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  • Adam Behringer

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    Adam is the founder of BEEDOCS, an artisan software company that makes great timeline software for Mac OS X.

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Keeping Current with Timeline 3D

Monday, May 23, 2011

A few days ago we published update number 3.0.29 of Timeline 3D. We focussed this update on making the movie exports more stable in response to customer feedback. We have also been improving our user interface translations with each release.

Speaking of updates, based on conversations with customers and download statistics we have noticed that the majority of our customers are running a version of Timeline 3D that is not current. In fact, many of you have paid for the v3 upgrade but have not downloaded it yet. Staying up to date is simple, and Elise has put together a short video to show you how to do it:

We are working hard every day to make the software better and we want to make sure you are benefitting from these efforts!

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Blogger VirtuozzoMay 28, 2011 6:50 PM

For the love of god, please consider expanding to the PC platform.

There's just absolutely nothing available or even in beta or planning that rivals Beedocs. Yet it is one of those things that snaps right in with a plaethora of adaptations and market opportunities =/

Blogger Battersea 47May 29, 2011 6:28 PM

You’ve just been fantastic to solve my problem of black screen when previewing in 3D. Great app and great team !

Blogger Adam BehringerMay 31, 2011 11:35 AM

Battersea 47 - I am glad I was able to solve that bug for you. Thanks for letting me know!

Blogger WhymmeMay 31, 2011 1:08 PM

Long time ago I asked whether it was possible to enter different categories in one timeline, and then make those categories visible or not. For instance a timeline of English history, with categories births, wars, inventions. By just showing 'inventions' or 'wars' you get simple timelines, but you could also integrate all categories to show one more complex timeline.

The answer was that it would be possible in a future edition. Too bad that it isn't this one.

Blogger Adam BehringerMay 31, 2011 1:19 PM

Whymme - We do allow the tagging of events with categories. Once the events are tagged, you can use search to fade out the events that are not part of the current category. You can also export a movie that only pauses on events with the matching tag.

Blogger jasonJune 04, 2011 11:02 PM

can you get a list of tags that you can click on to filter things while giving a presentation?

that would be super-crazy awesome.. :)


Blogger normajeanaAugust 03, 2011 7:29 PM

HI, I just bought this software today but it is totally not working- I created a test doc but when I open it, the info is not there. Also, the title of the document says "Window" and not the name I gave it, and it doesn't allow me to save any changes. I spent about an hour creating a test doc, but nothing in the test doc works right and then when I try to close the doc, it does nothing. I have to force quit. What is happening? I am using it on an iMac OS 10.6.8... help!

Blogger Adam BehringerAugust 03, 2011 9:59 PM

normajeana - I'm sorry that it isn't working right for you. Please send us your document and we will try to figure out what is going wrong (support@beedocs.com).

Blogger normajeanaAugust 04, 2011 12:52 PM

Hi- I can't even get the software to open the doc I created... it goes to 'create timeline' and then nothing happens. I tried quitting and restarting but it doesn't help. The software is just not cooperating with me at all! I want to send you the doc I created but when I open from that document, none of my work is there.

Blogger Adam BehringerAugust 04, 2011 12:56 PM

normajeana - If you send us an e-mail, we can help you out. It is hard to support you via blog comments.

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