Fall 2010 Newsletter

by | Dec 6, 2010 | Newsletter


We released JobTracker v3.4 on 12/1/2010.  The new features include:

Shop Users – a simplified, limited calendar.
– One minute time and duration increments.
– Choose a template when converting between processes.

If you’re not current on maintenance, you’re missing out.


We’re excited about our new, free website:

RemnantSwap is a place to buy and sell remnants with other fabricators near you.
It’s totally free and if you’re already using Excel or Moraware to manage your inventory, it should just take a few minutes to upload all of your remnants.
Here’s more info, including a 2-minute video.


Learn a new trick!  These are some of our most popular help articles.

* Creating Views: http://help.moraware.com/article/260-creating-a-view
* Multi-day activities: http://help.moraware.com/article/230-create-an-activity-series
* Jobs – How do I?…: http://help.moraware.com/article/262-jobtracker-tips-tricks

If you’re currently using Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, you should run the free upgrade to Internet Explorer 8 using Windows Update.  Or, try out Firefox , Safari , or Chrome.


Come meet us at a trade show!
* StoneExpo.  January 25-27, Las Vegas. Booth B1281.
* Coverings. March 14-17, Las Vegas.  Booth 1257

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