Xoc Maya Calendar

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  • Version 3.0.5424

    Fixed a bug where entering the license key could give problems to some users.

  • Version 3.0.5419

    Added an Options dialog that allows resetting the interface language and turning off checks for updates.

  • Version 3.0.5411

    Fixed a bug with the short count, where dates on exactly the end of a k'atun was showing the short count of the following k'atun. Fixed a bug trying to connect to Excel 2007. Many minor changes behind the scenes that should have no impact on anything.

  • Version 3.0.5281

    Added new properties to ProfilesCollection (Pro version), allowing specifying the Moon's synodic period, C Glyph Type, X Glyph variations. Default moon age, C Glyph, and synodic period changed to match Teeple's 1930 numbers for Copan for period of uniformity. Excel integration now uses the active profile at the time you start Excel. Changes to 819 Day Count to make colors and directions accurate.

  • Version 3.0.5277

    Added factoring to all Distance Numbers. The arrow button next to a Distance Number now shows which cycles that distance number is an exact multiple of.

  • Version 3.0.5275

    Fixed a bug in the calculation of the moon age (the E and D glyphs).

  • Version 3.0.5272

    Added the Month tab, which allows you to see a desk calendar, with the Long Count and Calendar Round for each day. Suitable for printing, particularly on a large format printer. This tab is available on both the Light and Pro versions.

  • Version 3.0.5267

    Changed support for searching for partial dates. Works correctly for Previous Era dates. Limits range of all dates to only what was asked for. You can right click on the search results and copy the list to the clipboard. On the Gears tab, you can remove gears and reset to starting date by right clicking on the window.

  • Version 3.0 Released in 2014.

    This version is a major release that works on 64-bit Windows. A complete re-write from the ground up, it adds features needed for performing Maya epigraphy. It has a more extensive search for partial dates. It handles post-classic dates correctly. It shows Maya almanacs. It provides a set of functions for Microsoft Excel. And much more.

  • Version 2.02 Released in 1994.
  • Version 1.0 Released in 1992.