Thursday, December 1, 2016

**** UPDATE ****
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pLOT 1.0.12c is now up.  This update fixes a few bugs that had previously been overlooked.  pLOT 1.0.12c requires the full installation of 1.0.12a.  If you have not installed 1.0.12a previously, uninstall your current version and run the 1.0.12c full installation setup.  If you have already installed 1.0.12a, simply copy and paste the patch file to your pLOT directory.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

 pLOT 1.0.12a is now up.  This update requires uninstalling any old version and performing a complete installation of the update.  This version changes a number of things.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

  pLOT 1.0.11h update is now available.  This update causes restriction enzyme cut sites to be highlighted when the mouse hovers over it.  If more than one site is present for a given enzyme, all of the sites highlight in response, allowing the user to easily locate them.  The forecolor (text color) and backcolor (highlight color) can be customized in the Preferences window under the Restriction Enzyme tab.

Map when mouse is not hovering over the ApaI.

Map when mouse is hovering over the ApaI.

Preferences window with highlighting options.

Monday, October 10, 2016

  The pLOT 1.0.11g fixes a few bugs including one where changing the sequence in sequence editing window did not always result in updating of the restriction sites, primer locations, etc...

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

  This pLOT update fixes a few bugs in the program and now displays the scoring of individual parts of promoter elements found during searches.  The -35, -10 box scores and spacer length, %GC and score are displayed.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

  This pLOT update fixes a few bugs in the program including a bug that mis-colors single base pair annotations in the Edit Sequence window.  The version says it's "d" instead of "e" in the "About" menu but this is the "e" release.