According to Poker Copilot‘s website, the program has now been updated to Version 1.68, which has overcome some previous technical limitations. The popular Mac-based hand history database and Heads Up Display (HUD) program was limited to only 150,000 hands, which is nearly nothing in the world of massive multi-tabling poker players. Now, the program is being developed to handle 500,000 hands, which is a major improvement. The only negative is that the database, when reaching 500,000 hands, can require about 2 GB of storage disk space. A beta of the program supporting the new 500,000 hand limit is in the works, but is not currently available.
Also announced from Poker Copilot were the details of the recent 1.68 release. The program now supports PokerStars 50 big blind minimum tables. Tournament summaries work properly if you have a comma in your location and the interface should work better with multi-table tournaments with more than 10,000 players.
Mikogo for Mac has New Features
The Mikogo team sent word directly to MacPoker.com that there is a new software release of the popular screen-sharing program. This new version supports the much-needed remote control ability that will allow users to enjoy the cross-platform tool for not only web conferencing, but also for remote support. This means that when connected to another party via Mikogo, no matter what platform you are using, you will be able to control the other computer (or vice versa) to offer support services.
“Since last month’s Beta version, Mac users have been picking up our software for online meetings, web conferencing, and screen sharing,” explained Erik Boos, Co-Founder of Mikogo. “Now, with the new remote control feature, companies have an all-in-one software application that allows them to not only make Web presentations and conferences, but also assist clients via remote support”.
Mikogo is a free downloadable client for both PC and Mac and works cross-platform. It is equipped with a 256-bit AES encryption to ensure the security of all parties when using the product.
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