Please refer to the News section of this website for more detailed explanation of several new features. Here is a list of improvements made:
New Repertory Search Method: Pressing the ALT+E key on Windows or CTRL+E on Mac together when browsing a repertory displays a special screen which lets you type in a few letters and search every chapter and rubric in that repertory to find matches. This is a very quick way to search a whole repertory for a word.
A new 'Rule-Out' feature is available when repertorising (you mark a rubric on the clipboard to 'rule out' remedies from the analysis and then apply using a new icon on the repertorisation toolbar).
You can now add your own images and videos to any rubric in any repertory. Right click any rubric and select Multimedia. You play any media file you add by clicking a new symbol displayed in front of a rubric.
When using the Remedy Compare feature you can now click to obtain a chart showing the leading chapters found when you are working with a single remedy (click 'Chapter Distribution' icon on toolbar). In other words you cannot see a ‘Chapter Distribution’ if you are comparing several remedies at the same time.
In the Remedies tab on the main Vision screen there is a new icon underneath the list of remedies that allows you to quickly see all the 'families' in the Vision database. This can help you read and learn about all the families. Click the button again to return to display of all remedies.
Improvements to existing resources:
- Corrections to several classic books (i.e. Allen’s Keynotes, Clarke’s Dictionary, Phatak’s Materia Medica and Lillienthal’s Therapeutics). Improvements to the formatting of Jain’s Pediatric MM and Treating Children books have been made (if you have the Jain books on your system).
- A thorough revision of Boericke’s Repertory is released which improves the display of rubrics, corrects some errors and makes the remedy grades 1 and 2 as per the printed book.
- All of the Generals settings for remedies (Hot, Cold, Left, Right, Thirst, Thirstless) have been re-visited and edited to ensure best results when using this Filter on a repertorisation chart.
- If a ‘sensation’ is present/known for a remedy it is now displayed on the Remedies ‘four quarters’ display.