Archive for October 2016

Check out this electronic scoring comparison!

Mike Worley is the scorer for the University of Louisville in Kentucky.  Mike came across VolleyWrite in 2015 and used it in 2016.  He has given us some very helpful feedback – and some very helpful “press”, as evidenced by this blog post at MikeWorley.org.  Thanks, Mike! Read it and let us know if you…

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Attention VolleyWrite scorers on Dell touch screen computers!

It has come to our attention that Dell touch screen computers use a driver which interferes with the refreshing of the VolleyWrite Set tab display, especially after a set has finished.  This was discovered last Thursday, and we are trying to find a way around it which will not affect other processors.  We have not…

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TSSAA State Volleyball Finals 2016!!

The state high school volleyball tournament in Tennessee was held last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, October 19, 20 and 21 in Murfreesboro.       Congrats to the division winners, and to all teams who made it to the tournament!         We were proud to provide VolleyWrite so that the scoring would…

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VolleyWrite and Windows 10

Attention VolleyWrite scorers using Windows 10: Last night, during testing (of a new version for release) at a real match, we experienced a random “lock-up” and we gathered the info we needed to figure it out.  The problem is that Windows 10 does not always return the correct system date and time (and based on our internet search,…

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New iPad version available

VolleyWrite scorers using the iPad version can go to the iTunes App store to download and install the latest release of VolleyWrite which was approved late last night, Wednesday, October 5. Version 2.2.3 handles the “surprises” in iOS 10, fixes some general bugs, and improves file handling to work better with iOS and iCloud. Although…

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“… a dream come true”

I’m also a high school official and have worked games with [VolleyWrite] at a few high schools and it’s a dream come true to solve the hassles of slow scorers and ones who have no clue.  I’m now a big fan! C. Prendiville

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