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Chordious 2.0.2 now available

It’s been about a month since the last release, so time for another update! The primary purpose of this release is to fix various issues in the Chord and Scale Finders and to implement some much needed unit tests. Adding

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Chordious 2.0.1 now available

It’s been just over a week since I released Chordious 2.0, and already I have the first minor update! The primary purpose of this release is to unblock all of the users in countries that use commas instead of periods

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Chordious 2.0 now available

Yes, it’s finally here. Three and a half years since I first got this crazy idea of writing an app to generate chord diagrams, two years since I finished Chordious 1.0 and I decided to rebuild Chordious from scratch, and

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Try out the Chordious 2 Preview for Windows

It’s here, it’s here, it’s finally here! Time to reveal the first preview build of Chordious 2.0: If you haven’t been watching the GitHub commits, I’ve been hard at the grindstone, working on the next version of Chordious. There’s still

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Chordious 1.0.1 now available

Chordious has been updated to 1.0.1. This update addresses some issues where you close Chordious and might not be prompted to save your work. I recommend everyone take this update. What is Chordious? Chordious is an open-source chord diagram generator

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Chordious 1.0.0 now available

Chordious is out of beta with its official 1.0.0 release! Chordious is an open-source chord diagram generator for fretted stringed instruments like the ukulele, mandolin, and guitar. Features Outputs clean images (SVG/PNG/JPG) Configurable styling, including: Diagram height and width Font

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