- Jan 13View SourceThis thread seems to be getting a bit beyond Albert's realm!
I've been using the OziExp0 suite since I discovered it nearly 10 years ago. It has not had insuperable bugs for me, and the problems I have found have mostly been fixed pretty quickly. Maintaining and developing a software suite of this size is no mean feat, and it's a credit to the developers that so much of it works so well, and that so much of it is free.
I am relieved to hear that someone else is also making "whole country" maps and is happy working with the huge files that result. This was not always (and sometimes still isn't) so easy, and I prefer that approach to the "seemless" (seamless) map facility in OziExplorer.
I could point out quite a number of features or changes that I'd like to see added, but given the team's track record, I am content to wait and see what they will pull out of the hat, as I'm sure they are aware of problems with the software that are more important to fix than adding frills that I might like.
Just because there has been a long gap between updates does not mean nothing is going on (I hope), and as another commenter has said, checking for the consequences of changes in a suite of this size is no mean task.
Please keep up the good work, and if you need someone to break beta versions, I'm your man!