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development details of Showgrid from version 1.1

!= Bugfix, error correction
+= new features
-= removed features (obsolete)
o= other changes
ShowGrid, 19.05.2024
+ported to 64 bit, i.e. much larger files can be loaded (limited by memory size)
+faster loading (graphlines)
+much faster painting (ShowGrids)
+support for high density displays (not scaled only as till today)
ShowGrid 1.5.0.xx, 27.05.2019
+Possibility to copy/paste selected cells to other grids and other locations within the same grid; also using several insert-actions: replace, add, subtract, multiply and divide are supported. selected celsl can be used to select the same region in another grid, even in another instance of Showgrid
+select cells based on range (or rather unselect all cells that are currently selected that are outside the pre-defined range)
ShowGrid 1.4.0.xx, 05.01.2014
+read and write grids in all known formats (ascii, single and double) and read stacks in ascii, single and double (still writes only single grid layers from a stack)
+nodata Value can be changed in Edit box directly (saving the grid writes the new value)
oShowgrids and Graphlines' licensing mechanism adopted to work under Windows 7 and WIndows 8
ShowGrid, 01.12.2012
oAdapted to WIndows 7 directory structure: palette files will be written to the users data directory instead of to the program files directory
oOptimized performance when drawing large grids (up to 200% faster)
ooption "nodata transparent" is now default
oPressing F11 hides the speed button bar and the statistics, allowing a larger area for the grid to be used
ShowGrid, 01.12.2007
+New option "Keep Clipping" available in the options menu and as speed button (use Ctrl+K for switching between on and off). The zoomed visible part of the grid will be the same for other loaded grids. Attention: When grid dimension changes, then the new grid will be fitted to page again.
+New option "Nodata Transparent" allows overlaying of grids with linear structures like river links over already drawn grids. When the overlay is zoomed or shifted, then the underlaying grid will be cleared. It's suitable for making copies for papers etc. In addition, it allows a fast orientation within results (e.g. for answering the question if certain values result from the cell being a river link cell).
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