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We've updated the iOS app, so you can run it on your iPads natively! Just update to v1.3 😉
Really a lot of (core) things changed. The site should be a bit faster now, and should work as it worked before. This update doesn't contain any new features, or visible changes. The main aim of the update was to prepare the database and scripts for future updates. If something doesn't...
by Admin 10 years ago
You can now edit multiple patterns at the same time, and if you submit one, and we decline it, it goes back to your unfinished patterns, so you can just modify and resubmit it 😉
Added some additional features, like 'Clear Pattern' feature and displaying the dimensions 🙂
Updated the generator a bit, and fixed a small bug causing lose of keywords, when you didn't publish the pattern immediately after creating.
Added new section to 'Add Pattern', which allows you to draw/edit an alpha pattern by clicking your mouse on cells in a grid.
Added a country field to your profiles, so others can see where are you from 😉
by Admin 10 years, 2 months ago
Some minor preformance updates and fixes in the pattern generator 😉
We have completely remade the generator, so it it a bit faster now.
We have upgraded the server so it has more memory and better processor. Both the site and the generators should be even faster now 😉
Feel free to send messages to all the braceletbook.com users (also admins) as it's the newest feature we have 😉
Users on BraceletBook.com now have ranks depending on how often they visit the site, how many patterns, photos, videos, comments they add...
You can now create stunning alpha patterns using classic font files. .ttf .ttc .otf .dfont, and more supported. Download some from the internet, and create alpha patterns from them 🙂
We added some cool features to the image2pattern converter, and also updated the instructions a bit to help you create perfect patterns 😉
If you have any videos of creating some patterns, feel free to submit them 😉
You can now use filters in gallery the same way as it was in patterns, and there's the uploader username in the description of each photo.
Improved the 'add pattern' a bit, and also added knot instructions to all 'normal' patterns 🙂 Just open up the pattern, and you'll see it under the pattern image. Also added small arrows to the knots center. They show the route of the strings.
You can now create stunning alpha patterns from classic images.