March 27th, 2013
As you can see, there is now a new icon button (with a lock) which will allow you to login to your account.
To create a new account, touch “Sign up for FREE” at the bottom of the login screen as shown below and follow the simple instructions.
If you already have an account, login by entering your email and password. If you cannot remember your password, touch “Forgot password” and you will receive an email with a link to reset your password.
If you would like to remain logged in, touch the box to the left of the “Stay logged in” and remain logged in for 30 days.
Another upgrade with this version is the “Top Party Signs” list shown below.
This screen will show the most popular messages that are being used by you and everyone else.
Select “Popular” to see a list of the most viewed signs. Select “Newest” to see a list of the most
recently created signs.
Select the switch at the upper right to either “All” or “Mine”. “All” shows signs created by everyone. “Mine” will only show signs created by you.
To find a specific sign, type in the box labeled “Search” to only see matching signs.
Touch the gear on the right side of each of the signs in the list to see more about the sign. If you are the creator of that sign, you can also edit it or delete it. Note that editing it will allow you to modify then create a new sign but does not actually edit the existing sign.
If you would like to see other features added, please post your comments here.
March 13th, 2013
After a long break from app development, I decided to update the Party Sign webOS app by making it into a website. The reasons for this is so that anybody with a smartphone (iPhone, iPad, Android) can now use the functions of the original app simply by going to the new website:
Or just scan this with your smartphone:
For more information, see the Party Sign C2.0 page.
September 1st, 2010
Party Sign was one of the winners of the Palm Hot Apps award. Thank you to everyone that downloaded the app to help make this possible.
August 16th, 2010
Once again, Jeb has managed to finish Lunar Attack today with a score of 1,956,430 in Pro difficulty level. Jeb is the first one to finish is the Pro difficulty level, and the second one to finish the game.
Congratulations to Jeb for a job well done.
In my haste, I didn’t even notice that Jeb had already finished Lunar Attack on August 8th with a score of 1,826,890 in the Novice leader board. Then, as reported earlier, he finished the game on the Pro leader a week later.
Update Part 2:
On August 22, Jeb finished Lunar Attack in the Guru difficulty level with a score of 1,977,720. He is now the 2nd player to finish the game in Guru mode, but his score is 3rd in the leaderboard on that list.
August 7th, 2010
Player Anasazi has posted his score of an astonishing 2,673,530 in Guru mode (hardest level) on the leaderboard. But what is more astounding is that he has finished the game by reaching 365 days. I won’t spoil it for everyone but something does happen when you reach that magic number of days.
Just a few days before, he reached 2,354,310 in novice mode. It’s amazing that he was able to go further in guru mode than in novice mode.
Congratulations to Anasazi for being the first to beat the game and posting it on the leaderboard.
June 2nd, 2010
The latest version of Party Sign has been released on the Palm App Catalog and contain these new feateures:
- Color selection shows sample color and emoticons selection also shows sample emoticon.
Emoticons shown in selection
- App menu now features “Backup” and “Restore” under “Tools.” This new feature will allow the user to backup the messages to (and restore from) their Google account. If the user does not have a Google account, there is an option to send the backup to themselves via email.
- Edit messages now uses multi-line mode (larger text area) for editing longer messages.
May 15th, 2010
The latest version of Party Sign is now available in the Palm App Catalog and the catalog is also working properly again as of 8pm PST on Sprint.
The new features in this version are:
- Added bold and underline in Edit screen. To use, highlight one or more words by holding the Caps key and touching the word. Next, touch the “B” for bold or “U” for underline. To un-bold or remove underline, repeat the process.
- After touch dragging, the scrolling will now stop and allow the user to position the text. To resume scrolling, flick the screen quickly.
- New emoticon :angel added.
May 15th, 2010
There is a problem with Palm’s App Catalog servers and downloads will not install properly. Palm is working on this problem and hopefully will be fixed in the near future. I will post something here they tell me it’s fixed.
In the mean time, please do not post reviews complaining about not being able to install Party Sign since there is nothing that we can do from our end. Thanks for your understanding in this matter.
May 10th, 2010
Party Sign version 1.5.1 is in the Palm App Catalog for download. Please update your copy to this version to fix the discussion section of the app.
As an added bonus, you also get :miltime for military time and :date for date (MM/DD/YYYY). If you want day first use :dateeuro (DD/MM/YYYY) or for year first, use :dateyear (YYYY-MM-DD).
May 5th, 2010
It may seem hard to believe but for the last 90 or so days, the Discussion comment submission in Party Sign has not been working properly. That’s the bad news. The good news is, all the comments that were submitted were recovered and have been restored. There are now over 400 comments, which can be viewed here:
Simply scroll down to the bottom of the page above to see all 400+ comments that were initially lost.
The fix for this bug will be in Party Sign 1.5.1 which will be released shortly. When it appears in the Palm App Catalog, please download the new version so that you will be able to submit new comments, as well as look at older comments.
This same upgrade will be included in Lunar Attack in the next release as well.