-Accessing the Support Center in Jot 6
The new variation was used for about a year until mid 2010.
A new logo (below) was in high need because the original two logos looking surprisingly close to the Macintosh Finder logo. The new logo was inspired by two twigs that were bent into a similar shape. This logo is still in use today.
A new program called Hertzer Tec Jot was programed. This is a full-window application which has the text-box fill the window. The options/tools are only accessible by right clicking in the window. This is a very useful tool for computer note takers.
Toolbox 7.1 (Windows)
Toolbox 3.0 (Mac)
Jot 3.0 (Windows)
Jot 3.0 (Mac)
GUI Elements (Windows)
GUI Elements (Mac)
Sprinkler Design Converter (Windows)
Chemical Plant Production Converter (Windows)
Hertzer Tec Wallpapers (All OSs)
Hertzer Tec Web Browser Toolbar (All OSs)
Hertzer Tec Quadratic Equation Solver (Windows)
This release included a brand new program: Hertzer Tec GUI Elements which showed the various elements of an operating system, designed for developers.
DownPour is a web browser that is included in Hertzer Tec Toolbox 7.1, and seperatly avalible for the Macintosh. This was a name and icon concept by Harry Dewitt, and Alex Campagna. Different variations of the icon were used. The left icon was used in Toolbox 7.1, and the one on the right is for the Mac.
Hertzer Tec received it's 1,000th download on August 18th 2013, Hertzer Tec Jot contributed around 50% to this number. By this time, Jot 4.0 was released.
Hertzer Tec Jot 5.0's development started immediately after the release of version 4. It actually was originally going to be a minor release with some small bug fixes. It turned out to be a huge project where we added a large number of features and fixes. It took Jot to a whole new level.
Jot becomes the new flagship software for Hertzer Tec
Hertzer Tec Jot proved to be an extremely reliable and lasting version of Jot that stood as the current version for years, and reaching over 7,000 people. Development for Jot 6 took 2 years. The project was enormous consisting of a redesign of the entire interface to match the modern design aesthetics popular today.
Jot 6 at completion has exactly 17,011 lines of VB.NET code. A significant amount more than version 5.0. Jot 6 included a large number of features and tools. Furthermore, it made Jot even more reliable than before. Document saving was completely re-worked and is far more safer thanks to the changes in Jot 6. The goal of this version was to bring versatility and usability for all (to live up to Hertzer Tec's motto) as well as improve stability further. Jot 6 includes a number of tools and functionality that allows Jot to be used for a much wider range of uses, as well as putting in place features that allow greater accessibility to Jot that surpasses most software around.
What's next for Hertzer Tec? A refresh of all of Hertzer Tec's software and new software is in the works.