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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!)

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18/05/2022

JPEG Saver 5.20

This new version of JPEG Saver doesn't add much, but it does complete my plan to add support for presets in all the places that it makes sense.

Item presets

This is it, the last preset thing that was missing, the ability to load and save preset lists of items. You could argue that style presets are missing too, but I didn't come here for an argument. In fact I would argue that style presets are also in this update, because each item preset also contains whatever styles are required to make it work.

I have included a few simple built-in presets for displaying clocks, borders, EXIF, IPTC and GPS data, but I couldn't think of anything else that would be really useful. Email me with suggestions if you want anything added in the next version.

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02/05/2022

SVGGraph 3.14

Gantt charts have been on the to-do list for a very long time, so when someone asked me about them recently I went through all the things I needed to get them working and realised I already had most of it. So here they are.

Gantt charts

These are a type of horizontal floating bar chart where the bars represent lengths of time. They are used for project management, showing how long various tasks are expected to take and how far they have progressed. Here is an example:

A Gantt chart

In this version I have support for task bars with internal percentage completion gauges, project group bars and milestones. Task dependencies are not supported in this version, but I expect to get around to implementing them before too long.

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11/03/2022

SVGGraph 3.13.1

This is just a quick update to SVGGraph, fixing a whole load of warning messages that appear when you use PHP 8.1 with SVGGraph. The warnings are almost all about things that will break in PHP 9 (whenever that is going to arrive) but that work fine at the moment.

Of course, the warning messages themselves break things quite horribly, so most of the changes in this version are adding short attributes that mean "I know this is going to break in PHP 9, I'll fix it then." The reason I didn't fix all of these things properly now is that it would require PHP 8.x - and I'd like to at least keep PHP 7.x supported for now.

The updated version is available from the downloads page or from GitHub, etc.

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