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New FX Draw Feature

We have uploaded FX Draw 7.001.16 for both Windows and Mac. This version includes two neat new features that will allow you to modify the font of multiple objects in one command. 1. Change The Font Of All Selected Objects … Continue reading

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New Feature – Option syncing.

We have just uploaded new versions of all Efofex products. There have been a number of small improvements and bug fixes, particularly for FX Draw and FX Stat, but the main feature that has been added to all products is … Continue reading

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New FX Equation Video

If you have ever found yourself reaching for a calculator as you type up equations, the FX Equation calculator tool is for you. It allows you to create worked solutions quickly and easily. If you are using FX Equation to … Continue reading

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All New Information Videos

We have just released all new information videos. Every video has been updated to reflect the new cloud features. The new videos can be found at Efofex Videos The videos are divided into three categories, including six important, new videos … Continue reading

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Connectivity Issues Resolved

If you have been having connectivity issues with the new cloud versions, it is worth downloading the latest versions and trying again. Technically speaking, we found a fault with how our products were handling proxy servers which would prevent connectivity … Continue reading

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Microsoft Word Equation Issue Resolved

Hopefully you have not been one of those affected by the bug in a version of Microsoft Word but if you have been, there is some good news. Microsoft has now released a patch which customers have reported fully fixes … Continue reading

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Discrete or Continuous? A Subtle Problem with Ogives.

We sometimes receive reports that FX Stat is “doing something wrong”. Often the problems are actually a symptom of a deeper issue – when is data discrete and when is it continuous? Sometimes data is CLEARLY discrete in nature. Those … Continue reading

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