Update on Our Software

Over the past few months, there haven't been very many updates to any of our apps, and that is simply due to not having time to work on them. That however, is soon going to change, as we are shifting around our priorities a bit!

Right off the bat, we are releasing an update to both MixLyrics and ScreenSnap on October 27th, which will include support for high DPI displays such as 4K monitors or most newer laptop screens. This will mean that everything should work much better when used on them, plus text will be much sharper and easier to read. But, for MixLyrics, we are going a step further by reintroducing support for AZLyrics for both Lyric Sync and Search.

Following that, we will be adding support for high DPI displays to ColourDock soon after, and Pixel Art following that. We sadly don't have a date planned for either of them, but are aiming for ColourDock in November, with Pixel Art in December.

Then, also for December, we are hopefully reviving DocPad, which hasn't seen an update since January! While the main focus will, yet again be to add support for high DPI displays, once our other apps are good to go, DocPad will be our focus, and we will hopefully be adding new features on it very soon!

We know that support for high DPI displays might not effect everyone, however for those with a fancy, high-resolution monitor, the lack of support can sometimes break features, or just make it look bad thanks to Windows and the way that it tries to scale apps automatically. Rest assured, we will be giving ColourDock, DocPad, MixLyrics, Pixel Art and ScreenSnap at least one update each before the end of the year, so be on the look out for them when they become available.

Tytan McBride

Muze Media, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada

Tytan McBride is an avid photographer, videographer and software developer and loves everything that he does. EDUCATION - Durham College (Digital Video Production) - Clarington Central SS (High School) VOLUNTEER/CO-OP - Rogers TV (Current) - Compumat (PC Components Canada)