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Association Subscribers Manager

   3.2  

KDE Business Software

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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  763
Submitted:  Mar 15 2009
Updated:  Jul 10 2010

Description:

Association Subscribers Manager is software designed to manage members of associations. An "association" can be a club sport, a music club, etc.; it is highly customizable. It can manage groups of several thousand members. It is written in C++ with Qt 4 as a GUI framework. All generated files are in an XML-based format to guarantee interoperability.




Changelog:

I am very pleased to announce the immediate availability of Association Subscribers Manager 3.2 codename "Frenchies" !
This one is a major bugfixe version and feature improvement of Association Subscribers Manager.
I want to thanks particularly all testers and bug reporters that helps me make this version, particularly : Sandra Spadaccini and Max Buttjer. They helped a lot by testing the Mac OS X and Windows versions. They reported many bugs and helped a lot to improve some critical features like the custom fields.
I also want to welcome a new contributor : Nicolas Lécureuil. He is taking care of the Mandriva package.

As everyone may see there is a lot of French peoples that helped for this release, so this 3.2 version have a codename and it's all to their glory ! You will find another proof of my gratitude when you will launch Association Subscribers Manager !

You can download packages and installer at :
http://www.associationsubscribersmanager.org/association-subscribers-manager-downloads

You can report bugs and ask for new features at:
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=211536

You can also visit the website for more information :
http://www.associationsubscribersmanager.org

Twitter live feed is at:
http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23AssumaProject

Here is a list of the main changes :
Association Subscribers Manager version 3.2
- changes layout of the subscribers summary/subscribers edit zone
- made little update to the default theme styles
- modify the subscriber's tooltip behaviour : now when dues column are hidden, the tooltip do not show the warning about them anymore
- modify the search widget to make it more customizable by allowing the select and search into any fields (regular or custom)
- add Mac OS X support
- add support for compressed XML (for postal codes only at the moment)
- fix a bug with postal codes (application was asking to add postal code/city couples even if they were empty)
- add support for custom fields' in-place custom editor in the main view
- fix a bug in passive popup display (they were sometime bigger than the application)
- fix custom fields problems fix translations

Association Subscribers Manager is available as a source package (GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, BSD*, Windows, require a compiler), binary package for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.

Enjoy !




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 Release day !

 
 by arnodupuis on: Jul 25 2009
 
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Today (25th of July) is the Association Subscribers Manager 3.0 release day. You can follow hourly evolution on Twitter (http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23assuma) or on IRC (#assuma @ Freenode).
Sourceforge's mailing list is also a good medium to stay in touch with Association Subscribers Manager (see http://sourceforge.net/project/assuma/ for more informations).
You can also go to http://www.associationsubscribersmanager.org where the release will be announced first.

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 More malleable?

 
 by Okanda on: Apr 14 2010
 
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Hello.
I really like your application but some features miss me.

If we could change the originals fields it will make the app more malleable.
As I use it for my clients, some originals fields don't interess me and others that are interesting for me are in the bottom of the list.

I think the possibility to change the fields order could be cool too.

Another thing : in the toolbar, a filter box could be very efficient. . .

Well, this is just a feedback, just ideas.

Thank you for this cool application.

PS : malleable in french is the good term but I don't know if the meaning is the same in english!?


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 Re: More malleable?

 
 by arnodupuis on: Jul 8 2010
 
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No problem : I understand very well the meaning of "malleable" ^^

Thank you for your feedback (and sorry for late answer, I had no internet access for a while).

Just to be sure : the filter bar you are proposing is to filter the displayed column ? It would behave the same way the search box do but filtering the column, isn't it ?
If I understood well, it's a great idea and I will implements it.

On the default fields question... I know, the problem is : I have not solved yet the issue of automatic calculation between dynamic fields. All solutions comes at huge costs (in termes of simplicity & usability). I'm still on it and I accept any advice or better : code contribution on this matter.

Thank you for your feedback !


Arnaud Dupuis
http://www.associationsubscribersmanager.org
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 Re: Re: More malleable?

 
 by Okanda on: Jul 8 2010
 
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I didn't notice you were french ;)

Concerning the filter box : it's been a while. I use the soft not so often but this filter box doesn't miss me now. . . In fact I'm not sure about my first idea! -hum- .
Your idea concerning this sounds good. But maybe, the sorting option (by clicking on a colum) is sufficient?

For the orignial question, ok, I understand. And I'm sorry but I'm not a coder. I can't help you.

Again, thank you for your good job :)


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 Re: Re: Re: More malleable?

 
 by arnodupuis on: Jul 9 2010
 
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No problem, I am working on finding a solution to this issue since it is a highly demanded feature. But as far as I am now, I fail at finding something easy to use and multi-platform.

About the sorting thing, I don't know if you noticed but it's already possible, it is a basic feature of Qt's list widgets (woohoo ^^).


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