Version 5.3.0 - 12/12/2007
This update is strongly recommended for customers who currently have Version 5.0 installed.
To determine which version you are currently using, open the Game Module and click on Help --> About CyberSports
Changes in 5.3.0
- Includes all Version 5.1 and 5.2 changes (see below, for details)
- Fix for assistant coach field duplicating names
- Update for PocketPC version to 5.3
- Fix season problem with the directory browse function when trying to load multiple games into a season. It was VERY slow.
- Added NCAA box score to the manual game module
- Added stats for half time shooting, points off turnovers and second chance points to the manual entry games, filling out more of the box and NCAA reports
- Fixed not calculating Win/loss percentage in the season summary if the team record had no losses.
- Added a report title to each game file for more detailed control over the header on each report
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Changes in Version 5.2.0 - 11/22/2007
- Includes all Version 5.1 changes (see below, for details)
- fixes the XML export problems, reported in Version 5.0
- fixes the Manual Entry "Scoring by Period" problem
Changes in 5.1.0 - 11/15/2007
- Fixed launching the webcast module from the game module
- Free throw attempts and made free throws were reversed in the XML output
- Larger margins on the newspaper box score report
- Voice Command documentation is now installed with the Version 5 modules, so that it can be accessed from the Start Menu.
- Voice initialization is delayed until requested from the Edit menu.
This avoids initialization problems on some computers where the voice
software is not compatible with Cybersports
- New voice commands
- Offensive rebound [by, for, to] (player number)
- Defensive rebound [by, for, to] (player number)
- Team defensive rebound
- Team offensive rebound
- Team turnover [by, for to] (team)
- Forced [by] (team) (player number)
- Initial implementation of code to handle special characters, which can cause XML Webcasts to fail
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