I think it’s a fair assumption to say that everyone involved in Touchstone (Chris, Mike, Me and our dedicated testers) is simply splitting at the seams anxious to release the next build.
Here is a little glimpse at what the I-AM keyword bias screen looks like so far (minus Chris' polishing).
As you can see, we have made a conscious effort to blend the standard windows look with something that Mac users might even be happy with. It's always a fine line between beauty and delivering what people expect from a standard windows app (beast).
While it's been a little while since our last published build, we have taken great pains (just ask Chris) to adopt user feedback and advance the underlining technology. We have also revised parts of the framework to take advantage of .NET 2.0.
Now, we just have to get it to compile ;)… Just Kidding.
This new approach has simplified the entire user experience (yes Chris, “You told me so”) and it has made for a more solid Touchstone.
Chris just MSN’ed me: “Chris: dude stop posting and code!” So I guess its back in the box I go.
‘Till next time.