We know you want to get down to the business of writing and pre-production, and we want to make sure nothing gets in your way. As a member of the support team, I take special relish in the squatting of a bug. Being able to respond to our clients issues and solve in a timely manner is what makes us tick.
This week's release, titled Mustard Pickles (we'll get to that later), took care of some issues that had cropped up just recently:
- we fixed an issue that allowed users to drop text into their scripteditor which was breaking their scene navigator;
- we corrected the way the last pages of the script displayed in print preview;
- we obliterated some issues with our notifications system;
- and we improved the way people work with multiple files - pushing updates from the breakdown and catalog to the schedule when both documents are open
We've mentioned before that we take the release names from a local radio station's news headlines. Our choices this week involved some real interesting ones like "Drunk Man Found Wandering Off" or these:
Ross is another member of the support team. He feels the same relish I do in bug squatting. But what he doesn't relish is mustard pickles. He hates them, actually.
So this week's release is named in honour of Ross: Mustard Pickles. Not to make fun of him for his dislike of them but to pay homage to him for suffering for his art. The biggest headline around the Celtx offices this past week has been our own Ross Moore and his film team making the Top 60 cut in the Cinecoup $1 million prize competition with their entry Can Con.
Watch below as Ross throws his fear and distaste to the wind (and feel free to vote and share):