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homeAudit 2.0.5
Feb 16, 2005 05:32AM
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homeAudit is an inventorying system for all kinds of household goods. No one likes to think about burglary, fire or flood, but these things happen every day. The purpose of homeAudit is to enable you to keep a running inventory of your home contents so that, if the worst should happen, cataloguing a list of all your possessions is one less thing to worry about.

Fixed a bug on the summary reports page which was calculating totals incorrectly.
Fixed a minor interface bug in the customise drop down where selecting media would open platforms and vice versa.
Added some error handling to the CSV import functionality.
homeAudit is currently undergoing a completely new build (which will, of course, be a free upgrade for registered users). It's being written completely in Cocoa. All the suggestions I've had from users have made it into the functional spec and if anyone has any others it's not too late to have them added.

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