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Introducing the 2005 Version
You really cannot
miss this all-new version of StageRace.
This new version improves the 2003
version at around 75 points. See the major changes that you will experience in
the listing below.
(If you are still using the 2000 version of StageRace,
you might first want to take a look at what the 2003 version
already brought to the table.)
For many people using our software time cut-offs was really the
last thing missing from StageRace. Now it's there, but still allowing StageRace
to be sufficiently flexible to have your judges act "on the spot", because
cut-offs typically get their final decision only after the race has finished.
Multiple settings profiles can be set up and a current one can
be chosen. This is a great way to differentiate between publications for different
audiences (e.g. web, jury, press, etc.). For every profile you can exactly tailor
how publications are composed and how they will look.
better: for everyone.
- Full Unicode support, therewith becoming suitable
for printing publications in virtually every language of the world!
language added to application executable, therefore StageRace will run in French
on computers with a Windows® version in that language.
are generated in the background now, not interfering with your operations in the
- All publications can automatically be assigned communiqué
- Easily clean-up the entered competitor information, or edit the
fields of competitors and teams "in-line" in the further-improved list
- All half stages, bonuses, sprints, etc. can each be configured in
one place, rather than on a per half stage basis.
- How could we've forgotten
about this before? Now easily insert empty placings in the stage arrival, when
working in the Arrival dialog.
- Programmers of fellow-products can interface
with StageRace in a "live" environment, using the StageRace Server.
You get more possibilities in generating different classifications.
HC class is available in addition to the four existing classes for climbing classifications.
aggressive rider competition can be enabled by entering points schemes in involved
half stage's settings dialogs.
- In addition to the existing three masks,
now up to ten masked classifications are supported.
- Time trial order can
be changed now, even after the involved competitors have been ranked for the particular
time trial stage (only when you allow for this, through a corresponding setting).
Make race publications look exactly
the way you want them to look; even more than with previous versions of StageRace.
to generate an additional general classification sorted on start no. for each
- Easily enter sponsorship information for printing on publications.
half stage numbers to be suppressed when there is only one half stage in a full
stage (1-1, 2-1, 3-1, 3-2, 4-1 becomes 1, 2, 3-1, 3-2, 4).
- For time trials
on gross time an arrival list is generated, that shows the stage results sorted
on the moment of arrival of each competitor (specifically targetted at an on-site
presenter or journalists).
- Choose how to print header and footer information
and how the table of contents is composed.
- Print teams classifications
with a more detailed per-team report.
- Print the competitors-list-on-teams
in multiple columns now.
- Print speed of each competitor in a time trial.
more precisely what to do with the 1/xth seconds when printing time trial results.
to print the number of competitors and teams on competitors lists.
to print competitor names on cross-out lists.
- Include time zone information
in time stamps, which are now printed with seconds' accuracy.
providing complicated style sheets now more precisely lay down the lay-out from
inside StageRace, like fonts, sizes and resizeability.
- Also print 'dummy'
publications now, even if no data (yet) available (prevent 'dead links' on your
- Enter custom HTML fragments to be added at the top respectively
the bottom of publications.
- A number of tags are incorporated in the generated
HTML to easily parse certain parts of publications, such as the body table, the
first ten ranked competitors, etc.
- Choose inter-classification hyperlinks
not to be included anymore, as this was not useful for many users.
in lists now added to table of contents.
publications is much more convenient now.
- Monitor mode in the Edit
menu will automatically refresh publications if they are regenerated (e.g. by
an other instance of StageRace, e.g. on a different computer). This enables StageRace
for use as a monitor application, for instance for an on-site presenter or journalists.
"Add file to monitor" non-StageRace files (HTML, text) can be opened
in a presentation view. As long as monitor mode is switched on, these files will
be refreshed upon change.
- Choose the display size of your publications.
of context-sensitive right-click menu.
- Viewed publications that are being
updated on the background (by generating or monitoring) have their scroll position
restored to the extent from before the update.
- Viewed publications are
only refreshed when it is that particular publication that is being regenerated,
and not when just any publication is regenerated.
You can more conveniently edit your communiqué bulletins now.
editor revamped with larger work area and menu (rather than buttons).
sub-paragraph header, bold, italic and underlined can be added to the communiqué
- Forced page breaks for printing can be added to the communiqué
- Competitors, teams and team captains can be referenced with special
tags, so that they are inserted by StageRace in an uniformed way.
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