Goat 1000 home

Welcome to Goat 1000 - this is where you'll find some of the bits and pieces of software that I cobble together for fun. Please feel free to download them and try them out. All this stuff is freeware, no guarantee that it will do anything, etc. (though if it does fail to do anything, please let me know!)

Quick links • JPEG SaverSVGGraphTagCanvasDownloads

RSS Feed

News

07/04/2021

TagCanvas 2.10

It has been over five years since I released the last version of TagCanvas. That's mainly because I didn't have anything useful to do with it - I had a few suggestions from users that were either very unlikely to be useful to anyone else, or were somewhere between impractical and impossible to implement.

I wonder how you're feeling

That changed recently when someone suggested making the tags emit a sound when the mouse hovers over them. That sounded like a really good idea to me. I don't think anyone has asked for it before, and if they have then I'm sorry it has taken me this long to get around to it. (Though there are things on my to-do lists for other projects that have been hanging around for longer.)

So that's what this version is all about. The example below uses a few .ogg files from the Motion Monkey Free Retro Arcade Sounds Pack to demonstrate the two ways that TagCanvas 2.10 supports playing sounds.

You should be seeing a canvas here.

This one go plunk

Read more . . .

04/03/2021

JPEG Saver 5.13

This new version of JPEG Saver is another that doesn't look very interesting, but it does contain some important changes.

Automatic database updates

The desktop helper now has a menu labelled “Update automatically”, where you can enable this new feature and choose how often it updates. I've been using it for several weeks set to 6-hourly updates without noticing any problems (or noticing it at all to be honest) so I'm confident it doesn't do any harm.

Read more . . .

24/02/2021

SVGGraph 3.8

SVGGraph 3.8 is another release focussed on small improvements. There are two new graph types though, since someone asked how to display a stepped line graph and I didn't have an easy answer.

Stepped line graphs

I don't think anyone has ever asked for this before, but it was very easy to add. The two new graph types are SteppedLineGraph and MultiSteppedLineGraph. They behave exactly the same as normal line graphs, but the line progresses in steps instead of straight lines between the data points.

Average lines example

The best-fit lines follow the same path as on normal line graphs, based on the position of the markers. All of the usual line graph options are available, though there is no stacked version of the graph because it looked very strange when I tried it out. If you really want a stacked, stepped line graph I can add it quite easily, just contact me at the usual address.

Read more . . .

Older news . . .

Sections

Contact me

If you want to contact me, my email address is at the bottom of the Readme.txt file or PDF in any of the zip files, or in the source of Javascript files, or you could try to figure it out from a combination of my name, (graham) this domain name (goat1000.com) and the @ sign.

About this site

All pages on this site are written in PHP. Titles and sub-titles use the Diavlo font by Jos Buivenga (exljbris), with CSS @font-face files generated by the Font Squirrel @font-face generator.

The site uses cookies, find out more

Site search

The search box on this web site (“Search Box”) is powered by Google Inc (“Google”). You acknowledge and agree that Google's privacy policy (located at http://www.google.co.uk/privacy.html) shall apply to your use of the Search Box and by using the Search Box you consent to Google using your personal data in accordance with its privacy policy.

Last updated 07/04/2021.