October 31, 2018
This week we are releasing the first major update for Quirkos, Version 2! A huge thanks to all our beta testers who have been putting the new version to the test for the last few months, and sharing their suggestions for improvements.
While there is a lot more to come in the next year, here are 10 new things that make Quirkos more powerful and more intuitive.
1. The new User
October 26, 2018
Next week we will release Quirkos 2.0 on the 31st of October! It’s our first major update in 4 years, and will not only provide a number of major new features, but also sets the platform for a lot more new things to be added in the next few years.
Actually, next week we will be releasing two versions of Quirkos: 2.0, but also a final release for the 1.x series, version 1.6. This adds rich text support, all the bug fixes and
July 1, 2018
We are pleased to announce a bug fix release for Quirkos that takes us to version 1.5.2.
This is a fairly minor update, but includes 4 bug fixes people had reported:
• Quirks that got ‘stuck’ and couldn’t be dragged
• An issue with deleting sources that sometimes caused properties to have extra ‘not defined’ responses
• A bug
May 5, 2016
It’s been a long time coming, but the latest version of Quirkos is now available, and as always it’s a free update for everyone, released simultaneously on Mac, Windows and Linux with all the new goodies!
The focus of this update has been speed. You won’t see a lot of visible differences in the software, but behind the scenes we have rewritten a lot of Quirkos to make sure it copes better with large qualitative sources and