January 23, 2012 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Barcelona, Spain - Bruji today is pleased to announce version 5.0.2 of Gamepedia, their popular game cataloging application for the Mac. Gamepedia allows users to catalog both video games and boardgames, offering access to international search sites for keyword and barcode searches. Users can set up smart collections and folders to organize their games efficiently and also add links to entries, for example for screenshots, walkthroughs or game instructions. Gamepedia offers several different export options, including customizable HTML, and a statistics display for a useful overview of the database.
Version 5.0.2 includes several improvements to UI features, especially column sorting which has been updated to ignore suffixes such as "Jr.". Columns also re-sort themselves automatically now when an entry has been edited in a way that would affect the sorting. If the search for a game fails, the search text is now automatically placed into the clipboard for easy copy/pasting into the "Add manually" window afterwards. Changing between collections in the source column leaves the item view (list or grid view) selected for easier and faster use of keyboard shortcuts on entries.
For the HTML print templates, which are fully customizable by the user, Bruji has added a class named "pageBreak" for CSS styling, using the automatic page break feature. This lets users add, for example, page numbers with the CSS counter property when printing a collection over several pages.
Gamepedia is available on Bruji's web store as well as the Mac App Store. This is a free update for all owners of Gamepedia 5.0. Version 5.0.2 requires Intel and Mac OS X 10.5 or higher. Visit the Bruji website for a free and fully functional demo version of Gamepedia (25 entry limit).
Bruji is a software development team made up of Conor, developer, programmer and overall top dog; Alex, PHP connoiseur and MySQL whiz; and Nora, who does all the other stuff. Our goal is to provide easy-to-use shareware that people enjoy working with. We believe that function and form have to go side by side in order to create a great application. That's why all our applications are kept as simple as possible, blending in seamlessly with other Mac programs; all the while being packed with useful, fun and unique features. Copyright (C) 2004-2012 Bruji, Chiguire LLC . All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X and iSight are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.