7.0

Here you find the release notes for QuizXpress updates
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7.0

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Version 7 is currently still in beta, you can download the beta version here:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/r01xivljjsn8 ... MEYda?dl=0

The What's New document (PDF) with details about the new features can be found here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/p7welc4ny3iae ... 7.pdf?dl=0


Version 7.0
ENH: Regular and Trivia Bingo support (with V1.6 of the Smart Buzzer app)
ENH: Undo/Redo in Studio
ENH: You can now copy sound items between slides in Studio
ENH: Improved control over pictures (corner radius, border color, border width)
ENH: Videos can now be moved and resized on the slide.
ENH: A video can now be set as the background for the slide (select the video, open the properties grid and set 'Is slide background' to true)
ENH: Sound on slides is now fading in/out when started/stopped in the quiz player
ENH: New graphical slide styles (Music, Neon, Paper Sheets, TV)
ENH: Support for multiple themes for the quiz player (to be configured in Quiz Setup) for example 'Dark theme'
ENH: New Quiz Wizard in Studio to speed up creating new quiz slides and complete rounds
ENH: New set of icons for desktop apps and minigames
ENH: New command button in QuizXpress Director to swap screens (Director <-> Quiz)
ENH: Improved visuals of the 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' style
ENH: Screen resolution is now set automatically and everything works better now on high DPI monitors (like 4K setups)
ENH: StyleMaker is enhanced and now part of the distribution. Its still an unsupported tool but with some tech/designer skills you can create your own slide styles now
ENH: When playing a video in Studio the playback time is now shown
ENH: You can now adjust the countdown time of questions while the show is running (in desktop Director -> Questions tab -> Adjust timing)
ENH: For fulltext questions you can now enter variations for the correct answer (to support different spelling) separated by a semicolon.
For example when setting "doughnut;donut" as the correct answer, both 'doughnut' and 'donut' are considered correct.
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