TrackerBox requires Windows XP SP3, Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1 and version 4.0 of the Microsoft .Net Framework to run. You can download the .Net Framework from Microsoft if you do not have it already. If you are running Windows XP, you will need to install Service Pack 3 and .Net 3.5 before installing .Net 4. You can get the service pack from Windows Update.
In case you haven't seen it already, here's the feature bullet list:
- Import sales reports from without having to manipulate them in a spreadsheet
- Amazon KDP
- NOOK Press
- Kobo Writing Life
- Apple iBookStore
- Lightning Source
- All Romance eBooks
- Amazon Vendor Central
- Google eBooks
- Support multiple Authors and Pen Names
- Track sales for every title and chart your sales and income progress
- Group and sort reports by any column
- Apply parameters to the reports, including selecting mulitple titles, authors, and/or Vendors
- Export reports to XLS, PDF, CSV and HTML
- Run multiple reports and see them side by side
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- Added Vendor Aliases. These work much like the author and title aliases, except that when you see a new vendor, the new vendor will not be automatically aliased. You will have to use the Vendor Alias Manager to alias them. There is a button there that will set up defaults (the upgrade path for this build uses this set of defaults), and if you like them, you can just go in and click that default button every time there's a new one. Otherwise, you can drag the new one on top of the existing root alias and it will be added to the group.
- Drag and drop of items in the alias managers has been improved. You can now drag a root alias onto another alias, and all of it's children will be assigned. You can also drop an item in betwen two items that are children, and it will get added to the root alias. You can now also select multiple items and drag them where you wish.
- Update for latest Smashwords Quarterly file changes
- Fixed an exception when loading certain versions of amazon reports due to strange binary incompatibility issues (meaning that I don't know why it was happening, but I've fixed it).
- Greatly improved report loading speed when dealing with large databases
- Locked filter input while a report is loading. Prevents all kinds of weirdness
- Fixed an issue with multi-month Google reports where the dates would report as 01/01/0001
- Added support for BundleRabbit