Updates to David Taylor's Software - 2017
This page lists the changes made to my applications during 2017. You can register free of charge to
get automatic e-mails when this page changes and I would urge you to take advantage of
this free service. For my satellite software, please join the SatSignal
self-help user group hosted at Yahoo! Groups. For my other software
please join the David
Taylor's Software self-help group.
Just as Microsoft has dropped support
for Windows XP, my software is no longer tested or
supported in any version of Windows prior to Windows-7. Both 32-bit and
64-bit versions of Windows are usually supported, and some programs can take
advantage of the larger memory space available with 64-bit Windows.
My programs may continue to work in those earlier versions, but this is
neither guaranteed nor supported. Please update from XP or Vista now.
Earlier updates -
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2012 2013 2014
MSG Data Manager
|V3.1.6 - CRM report changed to 12:00 for
zero-degree data, merge several "all missing" reports into one
report line, update reporting for Met-7 final decontamination, prepare
reporting for Met-7 switch-off on 2017-Mar-31, improved efficiency in
purging older files (separate LSA retention option removed - use SAF
retention instead, separate CRM retention option removed - it's now a
daily file - use MPEF retention instead), auto-restart updates (please
note this is not intended for routine use in normal circumstances),
prepare for HL-L2-SST_IST-METOP data, support Himawari 9.6 µm data on
channel B12, add detection of TelliCast 2.14.2 client for priority drop,
update for new IASI L2 file names on data channel 1, correct naming of
FY-2E data in report, correct boundaries when saving IODC images, correct
channel name hint for CMA data.
Remove stale files
|V1.2.8 - Lower minimum minutes for clearout
from 5 minutes to 2 minutes, however this was not actually implemented.
Disk usage pie-chart
|V6.0.8 - Correct display of compressed files if access
You can also use Fred
van den Bosch's program DownloadPrograms - which will keep an eye on the
version numbers for you!
I do also try and announce new releases on the various Yahoo
groups such as SatSignal,
and you can