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Bug fixing — backbreaking labour??

Hey folks,

it’s been a little while now since WM2 was released, and the reception so far has been a good one.

In the time since release a number of bugs have been discovered that are important to fix; my current task for the last while has been fixing as many as possible. In addition, through the exposure of WM2 to a wider audience, I’ve received a number of great suggestions that would enhance workflow, sometimes dramatically, that are not difficult to implement.

My current plan is to issue a service pack as soon as I have the important issues addressed; I’m going to then attempt to add some of the small scale enhancements that have been suggested and get a minor feature-enhancement pack out sometime in the next three months.

On a personal note, I stressed a disk in my back about two weeks ago. Anyone who’s also done that can testify that its one of the least fun experiences you can go through. Obviously, not so good for productivity either, but I’m well along the healing curve now.

So there you have it!



Again, please feel free to email me at if you have any comments, or suggestions on improving any aspect of World Machine.

By Stephen

Founder of World Machine

2 replies on “Bug fixing — backbreaking labour??”

Good to hear about the service pack, and that you’re planing to add even a few more enhancements! Very nice. 🙂 Looking forward to it.

Hope your back is feeling better Stephen. That’s not fun!

Health is more important than getting a servicepack out as soon as possible, i’m sure most users are prepared to wait a little bit longer for it considering what happend.

Good luck with your recovery Stephen.

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