The updated versions of VolleyWrite for the iPad have been submitted to the App store and are waiting for Apple’s approval. The new versions (4.2.2) work with the updated license website, and the changes are transparent to users. Thank you so much for your patience with this! – And thank you for scoring with VolleyWrite!
If you are currently using VolleyWrite version 4.1.4, you will not be able to enter a new key to extend your license without installing version 4.4.0.
If you do install version 4.4.0, any remaining time on a key generated before January 15, 2019 will be lost. Please contact us if you need to recover the time on a key. Our database does have the activation date for your key, so we can provide an interim key.
Thank you all for your patience while we worked hard to get to this point!!
And thank you for scoring with VolleyWrite!
It’s been a long time coming, but version 4.4 is now available!
The biggest code change is the addition of the changes for the NCAA Challenge Review System. Naturally, some bug fixes are also incorporated.
If you find anything we should address, please contact us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.
The security settings for VolleyWrite.com are in the process of being upgraded, requiring a new release of VolleyWrite.
After January 18, when you open VolleyWrite and your computer has internet access, you will be notified that a new version is available. You will have two options:
1. You can ignore that message and continue to score with the version on your computer until your current license expires, or
2. You can allow the new version to download. NOTE: In this special case, you will have to enter a new key when the new version is installed. (Normally the key transfers to subsequent versions without the need for re-installation.)
Before you install the new version, if you would like a key for the remainder of your license, please contact me at Info@VolleyWrite.com. Once you have the new key, you can install the latest software and enter the new key. Then you can score as you normally do. (The activation date for your key is in my database along with the duration of the license…)
I apologize for this inconvenience! As an internet-based business, I have to do everything I can to secure my customers’ data and the products they purchase. I really appreciate your patience and understanding!
Thank you for scoring with VolleyWrite!
My sincerest apologies to you! The database which holds the licenses is down, and I have no idea when my developer will get it up and running. I appreciate your patience with this! (I need some myself!!)
I am really sorry to make you wait!
Please visit us at the VolleyWrite booth (#251) at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Thursday, December 13, Friday, December 14 and Saturday, December 15.
We are getting everything ready to make this year’s trip a success!
We look forward to meeting up with our friends and customers!
Come let us know how your season went!
We have a gift to help you get ready for Christmas! See you there!
This year marked the first time the state of Colorado used VolleyWrite to score its state tournament. The CHSAA held their tournament on Nov. 8, 9 and 20 at the Denver Coliseum. The floor had 5 courts set up (one for each division), so there was a lot going on!!
We’re looking forward to helping out again next year!
Are you curious about the lineup from the last post?
If so, here’s the lineup sheet with the lineups for all three sets in the match to help you out. (Yes, the team name has been removed to “protect the innocent”!)
As it turns out, the starting players for set 1 were 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23, 3 and L1. The starting players for set 2 were 8, 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23 and L1. The starting players for set 3 were 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23, 3 and L1. If you got them all correct, you’re really good!!!
Lineups like this example make scoring both fun and challenging! 🙂
I had the opportunity to use VolleyWrite to score a DI NCAA Women’s volleyball match recently, and I had an interesting experience. Try your luck at reading this lineup!! It’s quite a challenge!
Unfortunately, the lineup was submitted late and it was so hard to read!! Oh the joys of keeping score!!
Look for the next post to get a hint and the answer!!