The following is a list of recent additions to our web. New
releases and updates will regularly appear here with older
releases and details being regularly deleted. The most recent
changes are listed first, and each item is linked to the page
with the updated content.
The importing of data from MS Project has been
improved so the tasks are displayed in the same order
as MS Project and their dependencies set correctly.
Any attached notes and indentations are also
Resources can now be arranged in 'teams' . This means
how busy a team is can be plotted with a breakdown of
the individual resources.
The logic behind the pointer values has been improved
so that now all tasks and groups are assigned a
unique pointer number so they can be identified. If
somehow a duplicate number is encountered ProjeX will
not reset this rather than stopping.
Previously ProjeX has been very sensitive to the user
adding (or removing) columns/rows manually. If
rows/columns are added removed without using 'Display
Properties', a dialog now appears so the user can reset the location of the sheet
and ProjeX can relocate itself!
Problems were sometimes occurring when sheets were
renamed or deleted. Three options have now been added
to add, rename and delete sheets.
August 20th, 2003 (97.1.7)
Standard weeks can now be labeled on the time axis of
the Gantt chart.
Tasks and milestones can now be indented to make them
stand out from group titles.
The restriction when setting group overviews that
both ProjeX sheets had to have the same number of
padded cells has been removed.
November 25th, 2002 (188.8.131.52)
between tasks can now be set. This includes the
functionality to let ProjeX automatically set the
start dates of dependent tasks for plotting of the
Gantt chart and critical path analysis.
The way ProjeX draws the Gantt chart has been
improved (for all plot axes) so that part days can be
plotted without rounding (this has also improved how
charts look if they are cut and pasted to other
The resource management options have been improved to
make them more robust.
Error handling has been improved (for example if the
user types in a task start date that is not
understood by Excel, ProjeX now prompts for a new
The speed Gantt charts are plotted at has been
August 31st, 2002 (184.108.40.206)
The user now has the ability to set the colors of the bars
produced on the Gantt chart rather than stick with
the overdue/in progress scheme that is ProjeX's
The latest version now includes cost
analysis functionality. Having costed resources
and assigned them to tasks, plots and tables can be
generated showing the cost of the project or task to
date. This information can also be displayed on the
ProjeX Gantt chart to show progress.
July 25th, 2002 (220.127.116.11)
The latest version now includes resource
management. Resources can be allocated to
specific tasks and then plot of resource usage
generated using a variety of plotting styles.
The user can now specify the 'present' date used by
ProjeX when calculating is a task is overdue or on
track for the Gantt charts.
An extra option has been added to how ProjeX treats
weekends when plotting Gantt charts.
March 17th, 2002 (18.104.22.168)
The latest version now lets the user automate the grouping of tasks
in a single task. The start and end dates and the %
completion are linked so the group overview remains
consistent with the tasks. This is done using the
right mouse button.
The support for German, Spanish and Italian has been
improved so the default ProjeX text is generated in
the required language automatically. If you are using
a different language provide us with the text and we
will update ProjeX to make it more convenient for you
The installation of ProjeX has now been improved -
there is a menu option to install and uninstall the
ProjeX now supports Turkish.
ProjeX now has project tracking functionality. The
user takes a 'snapshot' of the project (perhaps after
the initial project plan has been produced) and then
a comparison plot can be generated at any time
between this snapshot and the current status of the
The logic defining how a weekend is treated has been
The Gantt chart can now handle tasks descriptions
that have cells formatted for 'wrap text'.
March 21st, 2001
Version 97.0.7 now supports Danish, French and
Some users wanted to define their own formulae for
defining task ends and durations. The latest version
now allows the user complete
flexibility ( the standard options are still
There is better support of different font types and
sizes and improved support for languages other than
The user can now add additional
columns in the task definition area for greater
flexibility (this is limited to 2 columns in the
Tasks can now optionally be flagged (red) if they are
falling behind schedule.
The ways weekends can be excluded from being included
in tasks have been expanded, previously the duration
of the task was always increased to allow for no work
being done over the weekends, now the user can fix
either the duration or the end date of the task
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