I have always used beertools lastnight I download the trial version of beersmith is there a big difference between the trial version and real thing? The grain ingredients is really lacking, and some of the text is very difficult to read, also in beertools while makeing a recipe I can duplicate ingredients but not in beersmith. Otherwise I really like the layout and versatility of beersmith and may be changing soon.
Other plus:-Fred Loaded a lot of his recipees in it-Brad Smith is active in his forum and will answer any question you send him-It is very flexibleIt is a steal for $25.
The new version is going well but it is not done. I have about 90% of the tools complete, the basic databases and recipe entering and manipulation tools done. I'm working on detailed statistics and mashing profiles next. The largest blocks still left include the calendar, various file formats, and a lot of cleanup work such as keyboard shortcuts, options dialogs, cleaning up the look and feel, etc...not to mention all of the help documentation. I also have all of the code running on Mac and PC as I'm developing in parallel.I'm hoping to have something ready next Spring (sorry) but we will see. If I can make a big push on the Christmas break I may at least have an alpha version for some of the early test team to cut their teeth on early next year.It has been a long road and I know many are waiting for it. I'm working to try to make it worth the wait.Thanks,Brad
The good news is that it sounds like Mac users will have an awesome oiece of software early next yearFred
Any Linux version in planning?
FWIW I get nothing from this product
Quote from: bonjour on November 27, 2009, 04:19:55 AMFWIW I get nothing from this productHow so?
Quote from: ndcube on December 01, 2009, 01:27:52 PMQuote from: bonjour on November 27, 2009, 04:19:55 AMFWIW I get nothing from this productHow so?I have no financial interest,