We are glad to let you know that we just made an update to the MO Glossary module, a module extension for Drupal 6.x.
This update brings better support to anchors by offering you five different anchor classes and five different filters (i.e. you can change the look and feel of each anchor based on some criteria that fits your website and group your glossary terms in five different taxonomies!) Also, the anchor can be made to point to one of three different destinations:
Made to Order Software is proud to announce a complete switch-over of our main site to Drupal! With this switch we are introducing new features which we hope will make your visit to our site more enjoyable.
Made to Order Software just released PHP eFax 1.3 adding one instruction to let eFax Developer know once an inbound message was received.
If you had version 1.2 or 1.1, please upgrade to 1.3 to get the full functionality that PHP eFax has to offer.
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Made to Order Software is proud to announce the release of Turn Watcher version 1.4 and a brand new website!
Turn Watcher version 1.4 incorporates not only some much needed bug fixes (specifically the Stabilize function) but the addition of a brand new feature: Soft Columns.
In October 2007, Made to Order Software released the first version of Order Made!®, an ordering system that adapts to any restaurant menu for their customers to order their food online.
In June 2008, Made to Order Software created a new software library called odbcpp. This library is an Open Source C++ wrapper of the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) library started by Microsoft in 1988.
ODBC hides the details of back-end database systems. In other words, if you support ODBC, you can effortlessly connect to a very large number of database systems such as MS-SQL, Access, Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL.
odbcpp is an extension for C++ programmers. It is easy to use and it is a great solution to avoid many bugs as it will automatically handle all the possible ODBC errors for ...
In 2007, Made to Order Software created a software package to support the eFax protocol using PHP. Early in 2008, we offered the package for your developers to send faxes from your web server in just minutes anywhere in the world. Now, we offer PHP eFax version 1.1 that not only sends faxes, it also parses inbound faxes with a single call to the PHP eFax object.
eFax® is a company offering a reliable system to send and receive faxes cheaply. Their system works with the Internet and thus is directly accessible to your web server.
This newer version includes Unit Tests that are used to ...
Made to Order Software now uses the ODBC library with its modb library (which is part of our molib product.) Unfortunately, it is not only written in C, it generates many errors. Actually, every single function has the potential of returning an error. For this reason, using the C interface is simply not a safe option.
For this reason, Alexis Wilke, our CEO, wrote an C++ wrapper called odbcpp. It encapsulates all the necessary ODBC calls to access any ODBC compatible database.
The odbcpp library ensures the proper management of all the resources for you. It allocates and frees the handles as ...
We are proud to announce that Order Made!® now has its very own site. We have been working on it for the past two months and we are sure you will like it!
With Order Made!® patrons place their food orders Online for pre-order, pickup, or delivery. And best of all, as the restaurant owner, you do not even need to have a computer!
Made to Order Software Corporation is proud to announce the 1.3 release of Turn Watcher, an Initiative and Effects Tracker... and more!
Version 1.3 includes many bug fixes making the interface run faster especially with a large number of combatants.
Also, we added support to display a second window with the characters and monsters. Window that you can show to your users on a second monitor! The Heads Up Display or HUD is a window with limited viewing so you can show what you choose to show to your players.
Turn Watcher is supported on all of the following systems: