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    Free (Beekeeping Software and Swarm removal Software)

    Dear Beekeeper fellows!

    Maybe a little handy Swarmremoval data collecting software :

    First take a peek at this: http://apimo.dk/pictures/Swarmremoval.JPG

    The purpose is to store data about swarms that you collect, from when you get the call to when you put the swarm into a hive. This might not be something you can use, but can show you a part of what I can do. This was created because I got a request for this.

    Then visit this message : http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?p=415694#post415694

    Please see my last posting too:

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/show...994#post411994

    On my web I have put up a little software (runs on the following systems: win95, win98, win 2000, winXP, windows Vista 32Bit).
    This software can print out a hive note card. You can edit the labels to your needs and there are Columns that you can use and change the labels to. It can be used as an individual hive card or as a general hive note for the apiary.

    It also shows what my apiary software handles, and you can edit my software to follow your edited hive note card from within the tools menu.

    The card also shows the possibilities in my hive note software, and the hive note card is in my concept used to transfer data from the apiary to my home where I can enter the data into my apiary software.

    If you do not want to use my apiary software you can use the hive note card as a template for a excel spreadsheet.

    Link to Software......... http://apimo.dk/programs/hivenote.zip

    My software has been on the net for a lot of years, and I have been developing it since the days of win31.

    I have set my full software free for the reason that I have lost an important part of my compiler (gone to the bit heaven) I though have a backup on a CD but this backup is for windows 98. I will recover this but it means that I can't maintain it until that, but anyway it is very close to hunt sparrows with a canon. Be aware of that there is a learning curve to face. You do not need to use everything in the software, but it’s in there if you later need those facilities.

    If you use the following registration it will open the software to 10000 hives (ten thousand) and it will newer expire:

    I managed to get my compiler to work!

    Here is a register software to my big sofware. You just enter your name and clik ok It will also change your previous registering.
    http://apimo.dk/programs/Register.exe les than 500KB

    the full software : http://apimo.dk/programs/beekeeping_hivenote.exe with 13 different languages to select from.


    If you write me a personal message I will grant you a personal full registration, and you are off course also welcome to e-mail me if you have questions to functions in the software.

    Best to all of you and happy beekeeping, spring will suddenly be there and jump on you :-)

    Jorn Johanesson Denmark
    Last edited by Jorn Johanesson; 04-19-2009 at 02:08 AM. Reason: Spell checking
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Jorn, if I recall correctly, you gave this software as a Christmas present to everyone here at beesource a couple of years ago. You were still developing it at the time I believe? So maybe this is a little newer version?

    I would like to extend a warm Thank You for passing this on to the members here at beesource! I'm sure many will appreciate and make good use of your software!

    Steve
    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Winston Churchill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzybee View Post
    Jorn, if I recall correctly, you gave this software as a Christmas present to everyone here at beesource a couple of years ago. You were still developing it at the time I believe? So maybe this is a little newer version?
    Steve
    Yes I developed it a little further, but then my computer crashed and important files disapered before I had made a backup. I though have the source on a CD backup from windows 98, so I have to find a computer to restore it back to. But anyway, I will see if I can make a registration utility where peope just can enter their name and then press a OK button.

    best regards

    Jorn Johanesson
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Won't download.............. I have XP but I keep getting
    the message "Sorry will not work with Vista"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    Won't download.............. I have XP but I keep getting
    the message "Sorry will not work with Vista"
    Sorry for that, but I do not understand this, I am running windows XP and I can download it!


    By the way nice that you collated the two messages of mine into one.
    Last edited by Jorn Johanesson; 03-05-2009 at 04:36 PM. Reason: dubbel posting of link
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Jorn......... I added the link and thanks for your gift.

    I am closing this thread and leaving it as a sticky at
    the top for awhile.

    Thanks again

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    Dear beekeeping fellows!

    I want to develop this software further, so I need inputs about what to add or remove to/from my software. I am not after your money at all, but I will find it nice if you could comment on it or place suggestions to it. The software have been around since windows 3.1 and it may have been grown to big, so inputs from you will be very welcome.

    Thank You!

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    I think, before you add more code/capability, it would be best to write some documentation. I can't figure out how to actually use the software. Then again, it may be more obvious to Windows users ...I'm running it under emulation and it has some quirks in WINE.
    The World Beehive Project - I build one of every popular beehive in the world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paraplegic Racehorse View Post
    I think, before you add more code/capability, it would be best to write some documentation. I can't figure out how to actually use the software. Then again, it may be more obvious to Windows users ...I'm running it under emulation and it has some quirks in WINE.
    In the directory you installed my software to, you should find the manual in english and some more languages. its located in the Bidata homedir manuals. Which OS are you using??

    On My windows computer it is placed in this directory : C:\Programmer\Apimo Biavl\Bidata Win95-98\Manuals

    English manuals can also be downloaded from my web! http://apimo.dk/programs/engmanus.zip about 700KB
    Last edited by Jorn Johanesson; 03-11-2009 at 05:58 PM. Reason: update
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    running linux on my workstations and BSD on my server. I'll have to find that directory, I guess. It's probably hidden in a dot-file somewhere.
    The World Beehive Project - I build one of every popular beehive in the world!

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    If you are dialling up user and got interested, then please PM me and I am sure of, that we can work something out.
    I have now got my backup back and plan to edit my software. For this I need your help. Please comment on it. I already found needed to look into this:
    I only populate three fields, and though I give the possibility to expand that under installation, it can easily be missed. In the upper left corner of the two grids on the fields line there is a little pointing down mark. If you click this, a popup menu will show with items you can make change to. You can also change the showing of fields in grid by right mouse click in the grid. This also gives quick access to other functions related to grid.

    But please read the manual!!

    Thank you!

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson, Denmark
    Last edited by Jorn Johanesson; 03-18-2009 at 07:06 PM.
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paraplegic Racehorse View Post
    running linux on my workstations and BSD on my server. I'll have to find that directory, I guess. It's probably hidden in a dot-file somewhere.
    The default for wine inside of your home directory is a .wine/drive_c/

    .wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Apimo\ Biavl/Bidata\ Win95-98/Manuals/BIMANUAL\

    The back-slashes are spaces in the directory names.

    The software works fine using Wine in Debian Etch (Gnu/Linux).

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    Thank you BoBn for this information. I took a goggle search on wine/Linux and discovered that windows applications like mine also might run on BSD and Mac OS X. May I use your information on my web??

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson, Denmark
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorn Johanesson View Post
    Thank you BoBn for this information. I took a goggle search on wine/Linux and discovered that windows applications like mine also might run on BSD and Mac OS X. May I use your information on my web??

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson, Denmark
    Of course you may.
    Thank you Jorn for the software.
    Bob

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    Lightbulb please post if you have suggestions for running on OS X

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorn Johanesson View Post
    Thank you BoBn for this information. I took a goggle search on wine/Linux and discovered that windows applications like mine also might run on BSD and Mac OS X. May I use your information on my web??

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson, Denmark
    Please post if you have suggestions for running on OS X.

    Would be VERY interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dni View Post
    Please post if you have suggestions for running on OS X.

    Would be VERY interested.
    I can only direct you to this URL: http://www.winehq.org/ I have no change to test it out. So if you get it to work, then please inform us here. The only thing I am aware of is that the computer must be intel based, because the wine software translate the windows calls to OS calls.

    best regards Jorn Johanesson
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorn Johanesson View Post
    I can only direct you to this URL: http://www.winehq.org/ I have no change to test it out. So if you get it to work, then please inform us here. The only thing I am aware of is that the computer must be intel based, because the wine software translate the windows calls to OS calls.

    best regards Jorn Johanesson
    thank you
    found more info here
    http://wiki.winehq.org/MacOSX/Installing
    installed and getting errors, but will loop back to it when i have some time to pay attention to it.
    many thanks

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    I am running Vista SP1 32 bit and it works just fine for me. I didn't even run it in compatibility mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndCharter View Post
    I am running Vista SP1 32 bit and it works just fine for me. I didn't even run it in compatibility mode.
    Yes the hivenotecard software runs on windows Vista 32bit. I tested it on windows 7 which are the new Vista, but my full software would not run. When I get my software back in full I will redirect the calls to windows registry to a specific non-windows controlled file. But I will not develop for windows Vista 64bit, I do not have the money needed for buying 64bit computer, new compiler with all the support programs I have to buy too.

    Best regards Jorn Johanesson
    Retired beekeeper, Free beekeeping software
    http://apimo.dk jornjohanesson@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorn Johanesson View Post
    Yes the hivenotecard software runs on windows Vista 32bit. I tested it on windows 7 which are the new Vista, but my full software would not run.
    Both ran on my computer. If it matters, I'm running Vista Ultimate.

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