Brisbane July 21st-22nd 2016
A two-day training course for Lucid will be held in Brisbane, Australia at the university of Queensland, July 21st-22nd 2016.
The course will focus on Lucid v3.5 and key construction. It will also cover preparing key media and materials along with deployment options such as the Lucid mobile platform. Fact Sheet Fusion will also be covered.
You can book and secure your place now for the Brisbane workshop. The cost of the workshop is $650.00 ex GST.
Note: Workshop participants are entitled to 50% discount on Lucid and Fact Sheet Fusion.
This very popular key developed by the Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian National Herbarium, Canberra has had its setup package updated to conform with the latest Java Runtime Environment (JRE) security changes. This update is available via CSIRO Publishing help desk.
Note: This update only applies to the Java based edition of Euclid, not the Windows only edition.
A number of updates and enhancements have been added to the Lucid Key Server. The ‘Prune Redundants’ feature has now been implemented, including the option for auto pruning.
Users can now also select their preferred window mode. Normally the Lucid Key Server Player shows four windows (Features Available, Features Chosen, Entities Remaining and Entities Discarded). You can now launch the Key Server Player with your preferred combination of windows. For example, just Features Available and Entities Remaining, or Features Available, Entities Available and Entities Discarded etc.
If your organisation already owns a licence for the Lucid Key Server, you can download this update from the Lucidcentral.org downloads page.
Or you can purchase the Lucid Key Server here.
Fact Sheet Fusion v188.8.131.520 released
A new update to Fact Sheet fusion has just been released. New features include global HTML clean functions for Topic text, Media captions and Glossary Terms.
For more information on Fact Sheet Fusion click here.
To purchase Fact Sheet Fusion click here.