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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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25/01/2022

JPEG Saver 5.19

Just a small update to JPEG Saver this time - though it should be a useful one.

Items and styles

Until now there was a Styles tab and there was an Items tab, and they didn't interact much. You could choose one of the styles to use with text-based items, but it wasn't very user-friendly. This update aims to fix that.

The Styles tab hasn't really changed, and neither has the Style editor dialog. They do both use an updated style preview control though, which you can click on to refresh with a new random string (or maybe the same one - there are only 10 that JPEG Saver will pick from).

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14/12/2021

SVGGraph 3.12

The last couple of SVGGraph releases haven't been very interesting, but version 3.12 actually contains some new graph types. The first of these has been on my to-do list for a very long time, so here it is.

Shouldn't a 3D donut graph really be a torus?

I put 3D donut graphs on my list of things to add back in 2016, but nobody actually asked about them until now. It turned out to be a bit easier than I had expected, and now donut graphs are available in eight different flavours.

All the donuts

These donut graph types support all the relevant options from the 3D pie graphs and exploded pie graphs, and you can still use the inner_text options to add text in the middle.

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19/11/2021

SVGGraph 3.11

I'm releasing version 3.11 of SVGGraph to get releases up to date with changes on GitHub. It mainly fixes things again, but there is a new graph type and a new option.

How does Bob Marley like his donuts?

Someone asked for an exploded donut graph, so I made one. It turned out that it didn't quite produce the effect that the user wanted, so I ended up adding a donut_slice_gap option to get the similar but different effect you see on the right in the example below.

ExplodedDonutGraph and donut_slice_gap

What's the difference? A exploded graph shifts the slices away from the centre point, but the donut_slice_gap option reduces the size of each slice slightly without moving it.

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