All releases of Anywhere Board Games

  •  06 Jan 2013 17:58
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    Release Notes: This release addresses issues experienced by users attempting to save a board in a Google+ Hangout.

    •  29 Oct 2012 17:19
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      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to redirect a game board to a new URL (such as a local ABG server). This allows players to use the same game in in both mobile devices and a Google+ Hangout.

      •  16 Sep 2012 01:25
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        Release Notes: This release improves support for PHP 5.2.

        •  09 Aug 2012 19:22
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          Release Notes: This release adds context menu help that links to a new online end-user manual.

          •  17 Jul 2012 03:13
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            Release Notes: This release adds support for IE9 for both the stand-alone PHP application and Google+ Hangout versions.

            •  06 Jul 2012 03:53
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              Release Notes: This release adds the capability to run Anywhere Board Games in a Google+ Hangout, which can be started from the project's homepage. This allows the general public to use ABG without installing their own Web servers (though the stand-alone PHP application is still maintained). The file release includes the ABG Hangout source code (which is open under LGPL).

              •  02 Jun 2012 17:40
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                Release Notes: This release adds the ability to assign custom CSS classes and a JavaScript callback when a piece is moved or rotated. These modifications mark the beginning of a series of changes which will allow users to script game rules and computer players.

                •  03 May 2012 01:00
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                  Release Notes: This release makes manipulating pieces easier with a mouse: the left button for moving, the middle button for flipping, and the right button for rotating a piece.

                  •  17 Mar 2012 17:04
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                    Release Notes: While the authors still prefer the speed of Google Chrome on Android, with a little bit of tweaking, this release works pretty well on the default Android browser (fixing an issue with piece and screen flashing). This release also adds a confirmation dialog to make sure you really want to clear the board.

                    •  13 Mar 2012 17:32
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                      Release Notes: This release brings a consistent feel and better stability on touch devices (iOS and Android). Touch-drag events now initiate multi-selection of board pieces (just like using the mouse). To pan and zoom with touches, first bring up a pop-up menu (by clicking on a piece or on the background). To make staking decks easier, pieces are now stacked at the location of the lowest piece. Finally, we some testing was done on Google Chrome beta for Android, and it works very well. So Google Chrome, Safari (iOS), and Firefox are suggested for use with ABG.

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