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What are people saying about GS-Calc

Dave Venus Will there be a combo deal to get both gs-calc and gs-base? Thanks!
Nov 1 2015 at 4:47pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @DaveVenus There are no such plans at the moment.
Citadel5 - Nov 2 2015 at 2:01am Copy Link
Ela S. Besides the wonderful small menu ribbon, what are the advantages using GS-Calc in comparison to MS Excel?
Nov 2 2015 at 4:49am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ElaS
Most of the "key" features are listed on citadel5, some in the review above, some are also shown on the screens on the left.
To name just a few: easily and quickly opening/processing files (workbooks, text files, dBase files etc.) containing more than 1 mln rows; lower memory usage for such large files; worksheets in (nested) folders; any number of worksheets in one workbook; no (formula type) limitations re: multi-core updating; up to 16 x- and y- axes on one chart (vs. 2); being fully portable.
May I ask what features would be helpful for you? All suggestions are always appreciated (and often implemented quite quickly).
Citadel5 - Nov 2 2015 at 6:39am Copy Link
Mariusz Lewandowski Thank you again for a great piece of software. But I have some installation problems here. I logged to your page, downloaded the purchased version, unfortunately, the wizard did not ask for validation code and my copy runs as 30-day demo. What went wrong?
And one more issue: menu Settings > Uninstall GSCalc ends with dialog message that my acct does not have permission to update the registry. Q(1) - why it plays with registry in portable mode? Q(2) - I'm logged as admin (Win7 64 Pro) so what kind of permission do I need?
Nov 4 2015 at 1:47am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Mariusz Lewandowski Thanks for your comment. Please note that you have to log via the form placed at the top of the page (which gives you access to full versions files).
Save the system uninstall string/entry in the default (non-portable) mode nothing is written to the registry but perhaps you later chose to register and use the scripting interfaces? If so, both registering and unregistering those interfaces (using the "Settings" commands) requires the "Run as administrator" Windows command.
Citadel5 - Nov 4 2015 at 3:23am Copy Link
Greg Are there any tutorial videos or other material that you have to help us come up to speed on doing statistical analysis with GS-Calc? Or do you have input on best resources to get some help on that from other places? Thanks in advance.
Nov 4 2015 at 7:19am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Greg Istered At the moment there are only descriptions/specifications of those functions (along with usage examples). In general, they should be expanded into separate help sections in (one of) the next release(s). Compiling some list of resources is also a thing to consider.
Citadel5 - Nov 4 2015 at 9:16am Copy Link
Kelly Hamblin Is there a Help file included, not online?
Nov 4 2015 at 11:48am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Kelly Hamblin Yes, the full help file is included.
Citadel5 - Nov 4 2015 at 12:16pm Copy Link
Kelly Hamblin Yes, thanks, found it. I downloaded the app and fooled around with it for a while. Had some troubles getting formatting to stick to a whole file, even setting it up, and I was unsuccessful getting it to calculate days between dates. App is nice though and maybe useful for others. When I have time, I will give gs-base a tryout. Thanks for letting me try gs-calcs.
Nov 4 2015 at 1:25pm Copy Link
Samir Desai Don't buy. I paid $9.98, and downloaded the software from the link I received in the email from BitsDuJour. However, that link was ONLY for 30-day trial software, not for the full version. On Citadel5 website, there is absolutely no way to download full version without paying. I installed the software, and tried to register it. There is no way to register the software because it is a 30-day trial software. The registration dialog tells me to pay *again* full price. This is crazy. Please, fix it. Thanks. Don't buy this software until Citadel5 makes it easy to register for BitsDuJour customers.
Nov 4 2015 at 1:49pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Samir Desai, I have just forwarded your comment to the vendor as he will be able to better help with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 4 2015 at 1:51pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @Kelly Hamblin If you can't find something in the help, please feel free to post your questions on the support forum. Both formatting and date calculations are pretty easy and you can work with both serial date numbers and standard (iso 8601) date-time and period strings.
Citadel5 - Nov 4 2015 at 1:54pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @Samir Desai Before running this promo @Constantin Florea and I double- checked that the download instructions in the receipt are correct. And I think they are:

> To start downloading the full version, please browse
> here: and enter your e-mail
> address and the password from the receipt email
> into the top part of the page.

The login form for registered users is located on every page. After you log onto that page for registered users, you can download this full version and all future full versions for 12 months.
Citadel5 - Nov 4 2015 at 2:05pm Copy Link
J Hi Citadel5,

Your instructions are very clear, but within the BDJ Software Receipt email, there are two download buttons for the 32-bit and 64-bit 'Trial' versions.

That's what both Samir and I (and maybe others) found confusing.

The two download buttons should be removed from the BDJ email receipt. That would force the customer into following your instructions.

Thank you.
Nov 4 2015 at 2:48pm Copy Link
Glen Hilton Recommended to all. Regular improvements are made to this program and notifications are sent to registered users with the latest updates. The vendor is open to suggestions so all users can benefit. The standard cost and optional yearly update option is fair. Only wish there was a lifetime upgrade option.
Nov 4 2015 at 5:51pm Copy Link
Pavi Johnson @J, I got their other program (GS-Base). The full versions must be downloaded via a link which is sent after you purchase. The downloads from the Bitsdujour mail is a 30-day demo you should de-install first.

It's a bit annoying, but this is a quality vendor and makes very good programs!

Best, /Pavi
Nov 5 2015 at 12:06am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Citadel5 has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 5 2015 at 12:11am Copy Link
Mariusz Lewandowski I have their GSBase, too. These both are phenomenal apps, fast and not so heavy as well known alternatives. I use them in portable installation -- highly recommended.
Nov 5 2015 at 12:41am Copy Link
Citadel5 @J Thanks for your suggestion. I was told that the trial version links have already been removed from the BDJ receipt.
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 2:32am Copy Link
Ela S. @Citadel5: Thanks for your early reply.

I would need the prog esp for easy data visualization (which in Excel 2013 has a high learning curve). Following a m comments, I feel that this could be more easily handled in GS-Cal, and than exported as XLS to Excel?

Your other product GS-Base looks great as well, so the BDJ page indicates "Deal Coming Soon!". Which date will this be?
Nov 5 2015 at 4:10am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Ela S., I am sorry about the confusion. At the moment we do not have GS-Base scheduled to run. There seems to be an issue with the Deal Coming Soon! label since it appears for a promotion which is not yet scheduled. I just added this in our Issue Tracker.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 5 2015 at 4:28am Copy Link
J Hi Pavi. Thank you for your information and recommendation!

You are welcome, Citadel5.
Nov 5 2015 at 5:22am Copy Link
VLM Just a few points of clarification, please:

1. Can GS-Calc open Excel files directly? In other words, if a users makes GS-Calc the default application for the Excel file extensions, will that work?

2. Can GS-Calc save back to (any of) the Excel formats? The program may be wonderful to work in, but when working within a project team environment, many users might need to get their work back into Excel.

3. I'm away from my office logging in from someone else's computer, so I cannot download and test the program myself today. So I must ask ... does GS-Calc use classic menus, or does it only use one of those ribbon things?

4. Can a user define and/or redefine shortcuts pretty much without limitation? (For those who are wrist-impaired :)

Thank you!
Nov 5 2015 at 6:51am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ Ela S. Could you please e-mail me (via some more detailed information concerning how you process the data and how you would like to improve this?
The term "data visualization" can be quite broad and - of course - GS-Calc can not compete directly that easily with a +500MB package on a feature-by-feature basis, so I would just need more information.
Regarding saving Excel files, please see my next post in a few minutes.
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 8:46am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ VLM

Ad. 1., 2.
As stated in the in the description, the data is saved to/load from Excel using the (supported natively) Open Document *.ods file format, not the *.xlsx format.
It makes no difference at the current level of the supported functionality and because both the Office Open and ODF formats have similar limitations re: - for example - the things mentioned above.

GS-Calc supports (a sort of legacy support) Excel XML which is an early release/version of the files included in the current *.xlsx zip's.
If there are no more important/interesting features to implement, I think it (that Excel XML support) should be upgraded in the upcoming weeks/months.

Ad. 3.
The enclosed screens show the current version - no ribbons. That is, a short survey among the users elicited that (at least several months ago) virtually no one voted for (adding) ribbons.

Ad. 4.
No. (Perhaps to some extent: shortcuts can be assigned to scripts, which can execute the commands.)
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 9:07am Copy Link
Per User Hi
I purchased two licenses and registered one instance of the software with success on a laptop.The bits-du-jour reciept state quantity 2 but only one login passwd., and when loggin in to only one activation code is available.
Shall I use the same activation code on both computers? Thank you.
Nov 5 2015 at 1:16pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @Per User Yes. By default one e-mail address used for a given order is linked to one login password and one validation code.
If you would like to "split" your order and create a 2nd account on either with the same e-mail (and a different login password) or with a different e-mail and password, please e-mail the details to Citadel5.
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 1:58pm Copy Link
VLM Thank you! I guess I'm just unfamiliar with the open document formats. Does this mean that I have to make a special export from Excel to get a file into this program? This is important, because I work with MANY Excel files, some quite old but still in use.

Glad to hear no ribbons. I haven't met many people who like them.

Shortcut customization --- something to consider.
Nov 5 2015 at 2:07pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @ VLM If having very old Excel files implies that they have been used with some very old Excel versions, I would recommend evaluating GS-Calc and evaluating switching to GS-Calc fully or "nearly fully" for the time being (and perhaps using the 2nd native GS-Calc file format *.gsc - a really very fast and compact one).
In Excel you just need to choose the Open Document Format file type when saving.
Also, I'm not sure at the moment, but it seems the conversion (that is, saving in Excel) should be doable en masse with some scripting.
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 3:04pm Copy Link
J Hi Citadel5,

Feature Request:

Please make the 'Open File' and 'Save As' dialog boxes resizable.

They are too small to efficiently scroll through and locate files.

Thank you.
Nov 5 2015 at 7:59pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @J It'll be done in the next update. (Thanks.)
Citadel5 - Nov 5 2015 at 11:37pm Copy Link
VLM That's right, Excel CAN save to ODF, I forgot about that. Thanks for reminding me. Scripting ... do you mean using your scripting capability?
Nov 6 2015 at 1:18am Copy Link
Citadel5 @VLM No no, I meant scripting Excel (to save all those old (*.xls?) files to *.ods files at once).
Citadel5 - Nov 6 2015 at 1:44am Copy Link
J Wow! That's Service!

Thanks Citadel5!
Nov 6 2015 at 7:33am Copy Link
Bruno User Hello, I am very pleased already but I miss better search/replace (i.e. in ranges of columns or rows) and multiple selections of non-adjacent columns/rows.

First of all, GS-Calc is lightweight, and the worksheets tree is so much better than the usual tabs, in other software, are. I own both MS Excel and MS Works, and for many tasks, I use MS Works instead of bloated MS Excel, but MS Works is not lightweight, it is primitive, which GS-Calc is not, far from that, so at both 10 and 20 bucks, GS-Calc is a real treat, and I'll buy, to replace MS Works in my workflow.

Btw, GS-Calc lets you sort by 10 columns, MS Works by only 3, and that alone is worth the replacement, and csv import into GS-Calc worths smoothly. Also, search ("find") and "find-and-replace" in GS-Calc both work with regex (as well as the "regular" way of course), and its Pivot table functionality also should be mentioned here.

So there's lots of kudos to be addressed to GS-Calc and its developer, but then, I am very astonished that it does not seem to be possible yet to limit search / search-and-replace to a given range.

I tried with selecting a column, then did a search, and GS-Calc promptly found unwanted hits in non-selected columns, and it's evident this is lack of important functionality; I then tried with a selection of rows: the same unwanted (but now expected) result.

I (as said, unsuccessfully) tried with selecting columns/rows, but it's obvious I would much prefer to have it both ways, i.e. with (a) good search / search-and-replace dialogue(s), too, in which I could indicate the range(s) in a field, in the form of

It's evident that TWO fields instead, in order to combine the above indications, would be "ideal", but it also seems sensible to just implement one field, allowing for entering ranges of rows OR columns, since that's the functionality most people will really miss here.

Also, by my trying to select columns (then verified by selecting rows), I became aware that GS-Calc currently does not permit selecting non-neighbouring columns or rows, so the semicola in my second example would not work anyway, at current state of affairs.

Thus, at this time and for my specific workflow, GS-Calc has not yet enough functionality, and possibly the same applies to some other users, so I kindly ask you to consider filling the gaps described above.

Thank you very much!
Jul 17 2016 at 6:00am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Bruno
Thank you for your comments. There will be several significant updates within the upcoming months and these missing options (searching limited to the specified ranges and multiple selections) should be included as well.
Citadel5 - Jul 17 2016 at 4:15pm Copy Link
Bruno User Brilliant! Thank you so much!
Jul 17 2016 at 5:06pm Copy Link
Merle One Hi
Just purchased a license but I have not received it yet...
Jul 20 2016 at 6:36am Copy Link
Bruno User Would like to add that there currently is no filtering of rows, i.e. no functionality "display only those rows which meet current search". Hopefully, all this inter-related visual-data-analysis-with-no-or-few-formula functionality will come in one package.
Jul 20 2016 at 12:41pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @Bruno
Yes, as you can see on the support forum, this is what was originally planned to be available in June, however the updates were eventually rescheduled as I outlined above.
(Btw, filtering and processing of tabular data is one of the main features in GS-Base.)
Citadel5 - Jul 20 2016 at 2:47pm Copy Link
geo User @ Citadel5
I would like to ask what are the differences between GS-Calc and GS-Base.
I do have GS-Base and must comment you on a really good product and excellent support.
Thanks for your reply,
Jul 21 2016 at 1:33pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @geo User
GS-Base is a database. It does have a similar set of built-in (calculation) functions that can be used in calculated fields thus the GS-Base table view (one of the three view types in GS-Base) may act and look like a worksheet with tabular data and with ("lookup") links between tables.
Otherwise (aside from some similar interface elements) both programs have different major features.
Citadel5 - Jul 21 2016 at 3:27pm Copy Link
Bruno User There has been a spin-off of this GS-Calc discussion some days later over at the GS-Base sale in which parties interested in GS-Calc might be interested in. But they should also read the "closing comment" to that discussion 3 weeks later: A spreadsheet (and this includes the "powerhouse" MS Excel, too!) is not a csv editor and should not be mistreated as one, so any possible limitations in "text crunching" respects of any spreadsheet should not be imputed to the spreadsheet, but only to your choice of the "bad", i.e. not optimized for the task, software category: (and previous there, on July 28, 2016)
Aug 19 2016 at 3:52am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I was about to buy this app. until I read the FINE PRINT which says it is sold per computer. That means, I can only download it either to my PC or laptop, but NOT both. Sorry, I don't buy any app. with this limitation.
Jun 22 2017 at 1:11am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen
Actually, it's the opposite - you can use/install it on both your pc and laptop at the same time. (Installing it on an USB pen drive is another option.)
Citadel5 - Jun 22 2017 at 3:28am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen What about the Fine print?

- GS-Calc is licensed per computer, and not per user.

Why do you still have this condition if you are not enforcing it???
Jun 22 2017 at 3:43am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen
There is also:
"Each license allows installation on a single computer and a laptop."

The "Fine Print" section here is a set of predefined options to choose from. It's the closest to "per user's pc-laptop two computer set".
Citadel5 - Jun 22 2017 at 4:07am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen OK. What you are saying is that I will be able to use the same licence to download the app. on my PC AND laptop?

What is the deal with downloading it to a USB? I can also use this option, PLUS download it to may PC and my laptop?
Jun 22 2017 at 5:12am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen
Yes, that's correct. "And".

Not "downloading it to a USB" but "installing it on an USB pen drive", so plugging it to your current computer (and unplugging) will allow you to use it without another installation.

(Though, of course, making a backup copy of the setup exe on a pen drive is also a good idea itself.)
Citadel5 - Jun 22 2017 at 7:21am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen Very well. I will buy then the app. BTW, GH is only my nome the plume...

I strongly urge you to review your Fine Print, as you have there conflicting statements....Bad for business.
Jun 22 2017 at 7:41am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen

To download the full version, you need to log onto the download page using the form at top of Your C******** login password is included in your order confirmation e-mail.

The recommended setup folder is in the "User/your_name" folder for all programs installed locally in your Windows account. You should not change it to any other system folder (especially if the Windows account you're using doesn't have the write permission for it and the setup can't be completed).
Citadel5 - Jun 22 2017 at 8:43am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I do not find any form; I continue getting the same screen with the trial versions.... Which other download page you refer to???

Why is this process so complicated? I see also I am not the only one bumping into similar problems. If this is so complicated, I will be forced to request a refund.
Jun 22 2017 at 8:58am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen
As you noted, it's fully explained in one of the older comments (and in the order confirmation message, for that matter). The form consisting of two fields "e-mail" and "password" and the "Login" button is located at the top of each page on

After you save the full version setup exe and your unique setup code you won't
need to log/re-download it again to install or to reinstall it till there is some new version available.
Citadel5 - Jun 22 2017 at 9:16am Copy Link
Roberto Excellent software.
Jun 22 2017 at 3:12pm Copy Link
Robert User CAUTION Potential Purchasers.

There are two options for this purchase. One is at $9.98 (50% off), with 1 year of upgrades. The other is $18, with lifetime of upgrades. After purchasing the Lifetime Upgrades edition, the e-mail sent with the license code states something entirely different. It states:
"You can install/register the software at any time. Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 12 months. For versions after that, upgrades will require additional payment, which will be discounted by 50%."

That doesn't seem fair to do a bait-and-switch. The e-mail received is very important, and is the proof of a particular purchase at agreed on terms. I would like to see this e-mail re-sent with correct wording, and corrected for future purchasers.
Jun 22 2017 at 6:16pm Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I should have asked this before purchasing, but anyway, here it is:

Can you kindly tell me, how is this app better than Excel? Why should I use your app instead of Excel?
Jun 22 2017 at 10:02pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Robert User, I am sorry about the confusion. The lifetime upgrades version does have lifetime upgrades. It is true that the license policy from the promotion page is sent for all purchased products in that promotion (and that can be considered a bug) but the license policy in the promotion page is only meant to be valid for the first item in the promotion.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 22 2017 at 10:36pm Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen Can I expect Citadel5 to address my previous question?
Jun 22 2017 at 11:40pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @Gunderic Hagen
Please see a similar question and the answer posted here:

You may also take a look at the latest updates:

Also, some user's post concerning using large text files in GS-Base, but this aspect (loading times) also applies to GS-Calc:
Citadel5 - Jun 23 2017 at 1:48am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen The first link you post does not bring up the info I'm looking. You can read: "We did not find anything that matched your search for "gs galc 2", but check out these new deals!" (are you aware of this?).

Would you kindly cut and paste brief information about the differences between Excel and your app.? I assume you have some bullet points depicting the benefits...

I risk saying that pointing out why is your app better/more convenient to use than Excel would be of great interest to any potential buyer and will surely help your sales efforts.
Jun 23 2017 at 2:11am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ Gunderic Hagen
Sorry, there was a typo in the link. (gs-galc -> gs-calc)

Or simply please click "Load older comments" at the top of the this section.
Citadel5 - Jun 23 2017 at 4:47am Copy Link
Daniel User Hi, I just bought and installed GS-Calc because it addresses a need that just came up yesterday.

I needed an app that can display a CSV file that has 900 columns of data. I currently only have a very old copy of Excel that only supports 256 columns.

I got the data in the spreadsheet, but I want to resize each column so all the data is visible. In Excel, I can click on a range of columns and double-click on the divider between two columns and they all resize.

GS-Calc seems to only resize one column at a time. I don't want to repeat this 900 times. Is there anyway to resize all the columns in one action?
Jun 23 2017 at 10:43am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Daniel
You can either (1) click some row heading (to select the whole column range) and use the "Format > Auto Column Width" command or (2) check the "Settings > Options > General > Auto-fit column widths in imported files" option (which applies to text and xBase files).
Citadel5 - Jun 23 2017 at 11:06am Copy Link
Mappi75 Any new deals planned ?
Oct 6 2017 at 7:28am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Mappi75
The license version with free upgrades for 12 months costs $19.95.
The license version with life-time free upgrades costs $36.00.

This $9.95 50%-off promotion here concerns of course the first variant.

At any point in the future (and there are no plans to give up life-time upgrades within the next year), if you think it's worth it, you can upgrade to the life-time-free-upgrades license @50% off.

I'm not sure about the confusion you mentioned, but there have never been "not real" free life-time upgrades.
Citadel5 - Dec 3 2017 at 9:47am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Citadel5 has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 7 2017 at 12:11am Copy Link
PortablesFan I've bought both of your programs here at BdJ before--can I do a 50%-off lifetime license for the "pack" of both of them?
If so, how? Am I supposed to have a link or a coupon code somewhere?
Dec 7 2017 at 2:37pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @PortablesFan
Sure, please e-mail Citadel5 for your 50%-off rebate code.
Citadel5 - Dec 7 2017 at 3:10pm Copy Link
John H Will this work On Linux under WINE?
Jul 14 2018 at 12:59pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @John H
Yes, GS-Calc works with Wine.
Citadel5 - Jul 16 2018 at 4:34am Copy Link
ciprian Hi, will a lifetime license be available as it was the case with GS database?
Nov 12 2018 at 3:01pm Copy Link
Praveen "v16.8.4 Mac & PC"

I was only able to find a link to the PC version on your website.

Is there a Mac version, or is that a typo?
Nov 13 2018 at 4:03pm Copy Link
Citadel5 Citadel5 @ciprian
Hi, yes, that option has just been added.
Citadel5 - Nov 13 2018 at 5:07pm Copy Link
Citadel5 Citadel5 @Praveen User
The above is a typo on this page. Should be corrected soon.
Citadel5 - Nov 13 2018 at 5:13pm Copy Link
CL I had a 1 year license to GS-Calc - Is there a discount to upgrade to Lifetime License or do I pay for the Full Lifetime Upgrade price ($27).
Nov 15 2018 at 6:30am Copy Link
wts Shouldn't Lifetime Upgrade be $18, which is 50% of the price on the Citadel5 site? I bought the GS-Base Lifetime Upgrade on the recent BDJ offer for $18 which was 50% of the price on Citadel5, same lifetime price as GS-Calc. Thanks.
Nov 15 2018 at 9:07am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ CL
All licenses are lifetime. Yes, if you purchased the one with free upgrades for one year, you can upgrade to the license with free lifetime upgrades at any moment (e.g. when you think the added features already justify this) @50% off ($US18.00).
Citadel5 - Nov 15 2018 at 10:04am Copy Link
Citadel5 @wt
As opposed to GS-Base, GS-Calc has always been available @BDJ without the free-lifetime-upgrades option. This time it was added, though it's 25% off. It's approx. equal to the total amount a user would pay purchasing a license with free one year upgrades ($9.98) and then upgrading in the future ($18.00).
Citadel5 - Nov 15 2018 at 10:07am Copy Link
CL How do I go about upgrading my GS-Calc (yearly) to Lifetime Upgrade for $18.00?
I would like to upgrade to Lifetime.
Nov 15 2018 at 12:21pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @ CL
When the program is updated, you receive an email notification with details re: changes/new features/fixes. If your free-upgrade period ended, you also receive a rebate code.
Otherwise you can contact Citadel5 to receive that rebate code at any time.
Citadel5 - Nov 15 2018 at 12:55pm Copy Link
CL Thanks You. I have submitted a request for the rebate code.
Nov 15 2018 at 1:06pm Copy Link
wts I requested an $18 lifetime upgrade rebate code via info@citadel5, received it within 15 minutes, and applied it successfully. Excellent response. Thank you.
Nov 15 2018 at 3:01pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Citadel5 has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 16 2018 at 12:11am Copy Link
K Anderson Bruno User had asked about an issue he had:
multiple selections of non-adjacent columns/rows

For example: select columns A, D, H
or select rows 1, 5, 23

Has this been implemented?

If it has, could you explain how to do it.
May 21 2019 at 1:17pm Copy Link
Citadel5 Hi,
Multiple selection is not yet available.
Citadel5 - May 21 2019 at 2:27pm Copy Link
Citadel5 Hi,

Thanks for viewing this promotion. I thought that outlining some of the
GS-Calc distinctive features might be helpful as there were recurring
questions about this in the past:

* Organizing worksheets in tree structures
References to cells in nested folders are similar to plain file paths, e.g.
and can be relative to the current folder as well. Additionally, 3D references
can be created with constructions like
where an array of the A10 cell values from all worksheets in "folder2" is
returned. The number of worksheets in unlimited.

* Overwriting the built-in functions
All functions can be redefined without any multi-threaded performance
degradation or any limitations of the multi-threaded calculation options.

* Multi-threaded calculation
Multi-threaded calculations can include any formulas, including formulas
with dynamic references. The (definable) number of used processor
cores is 1 to 64.

* Optional binary file format
Although zipped xml file formats are the common standard now, aside from
the OpenDocument file format GS-Calc also offers a native binary format.
It can be used if saving/loading times and the size of the output files are more
important and the interoperability with other programs is not needed.
For example, in the binary file format, rows containing series such as
can be automatically saved as a single row.

* Synchronized nested viewing panes
Worksheets can be displayed in up to 100 split panes where various groups
of them can optionally use synchronized vertical and/or horizontal scrolling
to browse multiple worksheet(s) regions at the same time.

* Worksheet dimensions
The number of rows is 12 million and the number of columns is 4096.
The maximum number of cells with formulas is 4 billion.

If you have any questions/suggestions, please feel free to ask here, via e-mail
or on the support forum.
Citadel5 - Apr 2 2020 at 2:14am Copy Link
David User Incredible software, at such a low price...personally its a bit more than what I need, but all of citadel5's work is legendary.
I have a license for their other big title, GS-Base, and I just can't stress enough what an incredible VALUE each of them are.

Thanks guys!
Apr 2 2020 at 9:02pm Copy Link
Citadel5 @David User Thank you for your kind comments.
Citadel5 - Apr 3 2020 at 4:46am Copy Link
Keith User The BitsDuJour receipt e-mail mentions "enter your e-mail address and the password from the receipt email" in order to download a registered version. Should I be expecting a separate e-mail message, one from Citadel? If so, I ordered early yesterday and still have not received that message.
Apr 3 2020 at 5:09am Copy Link
Citadel5 @ Keith User
BDJ informed me that there was some unexpected issue with (most likely) their server sending the e-mail addresses for automatic registration to Citadel5. It never happened before and I can't tell when they'll identify the issue (and re-send their receipts). At the moment Citadel5 is gradually performing "manual" registrations and sending registration e-mails to users after receiving the order data (e-mail addresses) by plain e-mails from BDJ. Sorry about the issue and thank you for your patience.
Citadel5 - Apr 3 2020 at 6:05am Copy Link
Steven Aves Very good software and quick tech support response.
Sep 23 2020 at 5:54am Copy Link
Mustang Is there a way to change the default workbook format like in Excel?
Sep 23 2020 at 9:33am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Mustang
If you mean the file format, you can define it during the setup or later in the "Options" menu.
As far as the default workbook cell format/style is concerned, you can change any element of it in the "Format > Style Palette" (for both new and existing workbooks).
Citadel5 - Sep 23 2020 at 10:59am Copy Link
Mustang "As far as the default workbook cell format/style is concerned, you can change any element of it in the "Format > Style Palette" (for both new and existing workbooks)."
In the Excel options menu, you can set the default font type and size for a new workbook. I found no similar such option in GS-Calc other than to reformat individual or blocks of cells. Not ideal to have to perform this operation every time I create a new workbook.
Sep 23 2020 at 11:13am Copy Link
Citadel5 @Mustang
Like I wrote, you can change any element of the default style for a new or existing workbook in the "Format > Style Palette" dialog box.
Similarly, you can also redefine any style on the list of styles/formats used in a workbook.
Citadel5 - Sep 23 2020 at 11:24am Copy Link

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