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Coming Soon - Bug Fixes and Improvements - 06 Sep 2013 06:10

Tags: beta upcoming

So initial release version of PokePP is a little… rough around the edges, shall we say. But with the upcoming release of Beta 0.0.1 you can expect to see some smoother edges and even a couple new features.
As for a release date, I hope it to be sometime next week, possibly next weekend. All the bug fixes and improvements have already finished their development stages, but the new features and testing of the release have yet to be finished.

Bug Fixes

  • Moves aren't shown as learned by 'Tutor' when they should be HM/TM/Prevo/Etc
  • Prevo moves aren't shown as learned by Level
  • Pokedex Generation form shows incorrect values on startup


  • Pokedex Generation now runs so fast you don't even see the old values!
    • Previously, generation took quite a while, possibly close (or over) a minute due to slow insertion of data in to the excel sheets
    • Now, generation takes only a matter of fractions of a second! Yay!
  • No longer relies on Internet Explorer

New Features

  • Import/Export party to a human-readable text file. Potential uses include
    • Showing off your party to friends who don't have PokePP or on forums
    • Saving your parties outside PokePP so they can be reimported when upgrading versions - Comments: 0

Coming Soon! - 01 Sep 2013 00:26

Tags: upcoming


PokePP (aka Pokemon Party Planner) is a new Graphical Excel-based program to help you manage your parties. First, pick a generation of pokemon to match whatever version you are playing, then away you go! You have access to information about every pokemon in that generation: their types, stats, available moves, how they learn those moves, etc.. You also have access to every move in the generation as well: type, category, power, pp, accuracy, and description.
Not only can you plan out each detail of each pokemon in your party, you can also look at an analysis of your party. This analysis will tell you which types of pokemon your party is good against, or weak against. This is vital for planning your party to make sure a single pokemon doesn't come along and wipe out your entire party! (Well, maybe not your entire party, but you know what I mean)

This program is very close to its Beta release, and I'm looking forward to getting it out there and getting feedback on how to improve. Since its Beta, it won't have much more than what I described, but there is a lot more to come and its just a matter of time.

To track the bugs/suggestions being made, make sure to look at the PokePP Feedback Page. And if you have any suggestions of your own, please add them using the bug/wish tab and 'submit' buttons on the right! - Comments: 0

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