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Rocklogger updated to v1.5

A new version of Rocklogger has been published to the Play Store. This update fixes a few problems when logging with the screen facing down, and also fixes the dip symbol display on tablets. Additionally, the sale has been extended … Continue reading

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Rocklogger’s birthday!

Rocklogger is now 1 year old! The first version was uploaded to the Android Market (now the ambiguously-titled Play Store) on 14th March 2011. Since then, Rocklogger has been downloaded over 8,000 times! Who would have thought there’d be so … Continue reading

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Rocklogger updated to v1.46

This is a minor update to fix some new bugs with number formatting in certain locales. v1.46 11-03-12 Additional number formatting bug fixes for certain locales

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Rocklogger updated to v1.45

A new update has been posted to the Android Market. This update adds the ability to export KML files for use in the desktop version of Google Earth. A KML file will be generated & attached automatically when ‘Email log’ … Continue reading

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Rocklogger updated to v1.41

A new update has been posted to the Market. This update addresses a problem with corrupt log files affecting users in some countries (described here). It also adds a horizontal line to the logging screen, to make it visually easier to … Continue reading

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An important lesson in localisation

I recently moved to Germany for a working holiday (software and GPS work for a research institute). One odd thing I noticed is that in Germany, copyright to the word gmail belongs to some guy who registered the name back … Continue reading

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Rocklogger updated to v1.4

A new version of Rocklogger has been posted to the Android Market. This is the long-awaited stereonet plotter!   This update was a considerable amount of work, involving much consultation with geologists, and many iterations of the user interface. All … Continue reading

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