FET 5.37.5 freeware
FET is an open-source application which allows you to create timetables for teachers and students. It can be seamlessly figured out, even by users with no experience in software tools. The most important aspect is that the Windows Registry does not get updated with new entries, and no leftover files can be found on the hard drive after program removal. Plus, you can carry FET in your pocket when you're on the move.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||create timetable, school timetable, statistics, timetable generator, timetable, generator, generate|
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|5.37.5||Jan 11, 2019||New Release||Minor improvement (automatic check for updates also sends to the server the user's processor architecture type, as other programs usually do) - suggested and implemented by Volker Dirr.
Updated the translations.
|5.37.2||Aug 22, 2018||New Release||Fixed a compilation problem when using Qt >= 5.0.0 and < 5.7.0. Reported by yakup.
Crash bug fix (usually not met in practice), when opening a file containing duplicate activities id-s. Reported by Ahmed Ben Hassan.
Updated the Arabic translation, by Benahmed Abdelkrim.
Volker Dirr's site now uses SSL (https protocol instead of http).
|5.37.1||Jul 31, 2018||New Release||Rare crash bug fixed, appearing when viewing the timetable, then modifying some data (like increasing the number of days per week or hours per day) without closing the timetable view dialogs, and then regenerating. Reported by liquid.
The opened timetable view dialogs are now better updated after a successful or unsuccessful generation (suggested by Volker Dirr).
The constraints of type subactivities preferred starting times and subactivities preferred time slots now include a 'duration' filter (suggested by Léo-Paul Roch and Volker Dirr).
The limit for the maximum number of generated timetables in a multiple generation is increased from 100 to 1000 (suggested by Volker Dirr).