v2.4 of MPSuperShape has just been released. This adds the ability to export pushpins contained by shapes to Microsoft Excel. Each shape's pushpins are written to their own worksheet.
The preceding version (v2.3) also added a umber of new features including the ability to set shape colors for all of the selected shapes all at once.
Further information can be found on the official MPSuperShape site, here: http://www.mpsupershape.com
I recently released the new "v3" pre-computed mileage charts. As well as using refreshed road & city data, these new charts contained many more cities plus the addition of Canada.
A few weeks ago I started the computation of new European charts. These have many weeks to go before they are completed. However, with the European travel chaos due to
the ongoing eruption of the Eyjafjallajoekull volcano, I have decided to make these charts available as soon as they are calculated.
Earlier today we released v1.5 of our popular MPMileage Batch Mileage Computation Tool.
v1.5 adds support for System and File DSNs (Data Source Names) in addition to the original User DSNs. It also allows for the database login credentials to be entered at run time (rather than have them hard-coded in the DSN).
The User and System DSNs can also now be selected from a list of available DSNs.
Single prices of MPMileage remain at US$75 each (volume discounts
The announcement on MapForums is here: http://www.mapforums.com/new-product...int-12817.html
MPCluster website is here: http://www.mpcluster.com
US$75 for single licenses (volume discounts available) and there's a free 14 day trial available.
Today the Bing team released the WorldWide Telescope mapping application for Bing Maps. Originally demoed at TED in February by Blaise Aguera y Arcas, the new application is the latest release supporting Bing’s Spatial Search vision. Microsoft’s vision for Spatial Search stems from the need to reunite all of the different information scattered across the web back to a physical environment as it makes sense for making decisions in the real world.
The application allows people to literally