Unexpected chuckles

I’m just doing a full test of the latest version of Skelly-Pad, this includes a juvenile skeleton and the ability to upload photos. Testing is one of the less fun parts of any IT project, but very necessary – especially in Apps which are distributed to a wide range of tablets with different versions of software. So always nice when something unexpected but nice happens.

I was randomly typing characters into the App to check that it copes OK with apostrophes and other special characters when I accidentally tapped an emoticon on the iPad keyboard. Wasn’t planning to test that but it turns out to work fine, so my test skeleton is now looks like this;

smily skeleton






Getting Help with Skelly-Pad

The initial feedback from the survey and Skelly-Pad users has been great. Top of the list for new features is the ability to record Juvenile skeleton and dentition, which has been quite tricky but is nearly done. I’m hoping to publish the new version in the next month or two so watch this space.

In the meantime a few people have commented that they’ve had trouble running Skelly-Pad reliably, but unfortunately I don’t have their contact details to work through what the problem is.

If you have any problems with the App, or suggestions for new features, then please email cases@huntlancaster.fogbugz.com and I’ll do my best to sort things out.

Please include as much information as you can about the type of tablet you’re using and the problem you’re having.