Download the Logicly 1.3.2 Update

Hot on the heels of Logicly 1.3.1 is the new 1.3.2 release, ready for download immediately. I’ll make this quick since not too much has changed, but it combines both an important bugfix and a very useful, brand new feature.

First of all, a helpful user discovered that the new ability to add points to wires doesn’t properly initialize when opening a saved document or copying between documents. The points would all end up on the top left of the document, which isn’t very useful. This issue is now fixed.

Secondly, you now have the ability to view the internals of a custom integrated circuit. Simply right-click on the custom circuit in the object picker on the left of the main window, and choose View Integrated Circuit… from the context menu or double-click a circuit on the editing surface. This will bring up a new view that lets you see what’s going on behind the scenes. If your integrated circuit contains other integrated circuits, you can continue to double-click to drill-down further.

Download the new update, and enjoy!


Out of Beta: Logicly 1.3.1

Last month, I made Logicly 1.3 available as a public beta. After some great feedback from the community, I fixed some bugs and added the final bit of polish. Today, you can download Logicly version 1.3.1, which includes all the great features mentioned in the beta announcement.

Download Logicly 1.3.1

In particular, a couple of new features are worth mentioning again. The first one is the ability to add points to wires and snap them into straight 90 degree angles. I first posted a preview of this feature on the Logicly Facebook page a couple months ago, and folks were pretty excited about it. I know a lot of you have been asking for this one for a while, and I’m glad I finally took the time to figure out how to do it.

The other big one is the ability to create a reusable integrated circuit, or to package up a part of your document into a black box, similar to the flip-flops. Everyone has wanted this one for years, including me, and I’m so happy to finally share the first iteration.

Expect the integrated circuits feature to be improved in upcoming versions of Logicly. What’s available in 1.3 is a great start, but I intend to add much more in the future.

Thank you very much to the helpful beta testers who reported bugs and provided awesome feedback. I hope that you’ll continue to test future betas as they become available. To everyone else waiting for the final release, please point your browser to the Logicly download page or go to the Help menu and choose Check for Updates. If you’ve been playing with the demo, and you like what you see, maybe now is the perfect time to buy Logicly.