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What's up doc? - by PPA 2016.11.29 10:12 PM

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Hear ye, hear ye!

Get ready for an emotional shock ...

After a very long wait, various vagaries of life and several postponements, I'm proud to announce that there is now less than 30 days before to enjoy the new release...
Finally.
Yeah!

smileys/sml_1/cool.gifWhat's up doc? - by PPA 2016.11.27 10:44 PM

Hear ye, hear ye!

Get ready for an emotional shock ...

After a very long wait, various vagaries of life and several postponements, I'm proud to announce that there is now less than 30 days before to enjoy the new release...
Finally.
Yeah!

Google - by PPA 2014.12.11 7:54 PM

I've decided to ban Google from all my sites until they pay regular taxes on their real profits in my country (France). Also I will no more use any Google products, including YouTube.

PMP V2.0.6 is available - by PPA 2014.09.09 11:43 PM

An update (V2.0.6 build 106) is available. It corrects several behaviors discussed in the forum.
See download page - here. (the V2.0.5 is no more available)

PMP V2.0.5 is available - by PPA 2014.09.01 11:44 AM

An update (V2.0.5 build 105) is available. It corrects several behaviors discussed in the forum.
(the V2.0.4 is no more available)

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