2019-10-04 - version 0.3.41 - Sacrifice of Angels
This update adds the new cards from "Sacrifice of Angels", along with the latest errata and VPs. Happy release day!
2019-06-01 - version 0.3.40 - bugfix
This update fixes the printing of proxies, which got broken in 0.3.39.
2019-05-24 - version 0.3.39 - A Less Perfect Union
This update adds the new cards from "A Less Perfect Union", along with the latest errata and VPs. Happy release day!
This update also brings an overhaul to the way folder treats cards with multiple visually distinct versions (e.g. VPs): So far, only the "main" version has been shown and used, except when flipping through images in a card window. Now, each version is treated individually. (E.g. if you search for VPs, you will see VP images! If you drag a VP into your deck, that VP will actually be in your deck instead of the main version.) There are also new settings for order & hiding of versions, at the bottom of the database window. To micro-manage the versions of a card in your deck, double click it on the decklist, or click the gray ellipsis "..." that appears after cards with multiple versions only.
So far, folder should know about all card versions that differ in collector's number, image (e.g. 1R413 Scimitar), anniversary icon (e.g. 0P16 Queen's Borg Cube), and/or (for phyiscal decipher promos only) event text (e.g. 0D19 Agonizing Encounter). (Versions that are being ignored for now include changes to the copy right text as on the Genesis reprint; event text vs. lore on printable VPs; and foil versions of non-foil cards with no other differences, like the Reflections 2.0 reprints.)
Finally, this update also adds support for the Hall of Fame format, and the option to save decks in Lackey CCG txt format.
These are quite some changes, so please mail me if you notice something breaking... except the following known issues:
- Some VPs that aren't listed on trekcc yet are included in folder (as scanned images); the DeckPADD importer on trekcc doesn't currently know about those versions, so they will probably end up missing and you'll have to edit the deck after the upload (adding the regular version) to fix it.
- If you save a deck to Lackey CCG format, some cards (especially VPs) will switch to a different image version. This is the best I could do, as the Lackey module's support for card versions is quite inconsistent. (No cards - except those from A Less Perfect Union, which at the time of writing this aren't supported on Lackey yet - should actually go missing though; if any do, please let me know.)
2019-02-14 - version 0.3.38 - Qpid
This update adds the new cards from "Qpid", along with the latest VPs. Happy release day!
2018-12-07 - version 0.3.37 - Shattered Mirror
This update adds the new cards from "Shattered Mirror", along with the latest errata and VPs. Happy release day!
2018-07-30 - version 0.3.36 - Warp Pack: Access Denied
This update adds the new cards from "Warp Pack: Access Denied". Happy surprise release day!
2018-07-25 - version 0.3.35 - small bugfixes
This update fixes some minor bugs from 0.3.34 (DeckPADD file loading, PDF decklist sorting).
2018-05-25 - version 0.3.34 - Far Beyond the Stars; rules system
This update adds the new cards from "Far Beyond the Stars". Happy release day!
This update also brings an overhaul of the way folder treats deck building rules. So far, some rules have been unbreakable, others have only caused visual warnings, and yet others were completely ignored. Now, folder gives you control over what happens for each rule. Ever wanted to add 10 different Kiras to a deck, until you've made up your mind? Now you can! This feature has turned out to be significantly more complex than i was expecting, and i apologize for any bugs that may remain. Just mail me if you notice something breaking.
Finally, this update also adds some VPs, errata, and the Excelsior Season 1 Act 2 card pool.
2018-03-23 - version 0.3.33 - Symbiosis
This update adds the new cards from "Symbiosis". Happy release day!
2018-03-02 - version 0.3.32 - Excelsior format & Java 9 support
This update adds support for different tournament formats, most notably Excelsior, whose irregular card pool could not be approximated with other filters.
This is also the first version to support Java 9. (Please note that Java 6 can no longer be supported, but Java 7 and above should be fine. Also, please note that the jaxb library may display a warning about an "Illegal reflective access" when running on Java 9. This should not impact functionality in any way, but cannot be helped without breaking compatibility with Java 7).
Finally, this update also contains the latest VPs. Enjoy!
2017-11-01 - version 0.3.31 - Dead Stop
This update adds the new cards from "Dead Stop", along with the latest VP. Happy release day!
2017-10-21 - version 0.3.30 - The Nth Degree
This update adds the new cards from "The Nth Degree", along with the latest VPs, Errata, and a few minor fixes. Happy release day!
st:ccg virtual folder is an offline deckbuilding tool for st:ccg 2nd edition. it has been inspired by tools like DeckPADD and the online deck builder on trekcc.org. you can browse a comprehensive database of all st:ccg 2e cards, search and filter by numerous criteria, assemble and manage deck lists. but st:ccg virtual folder tries to be more than these tools. the name virtual folder hasn't been chosen for naught. as a passionate collector, i was never satisfied with using these tools and not actually seeing the cards. virtual folder changes that. the main card display resembles a 3x3 ccg folder view, where the cards are displayed in a small (unreadable, but recognizable) resolution. one click on a card, and you get a perfectly readable high-resolution image opened next to it.
st:ccg virtual folder is developed by me, in my spare time, and provided free of charge. this means, of course, that any major updates will be erratic. i'll try to make sure the database and card images are updated whenever a new virtual expansion is released, but anything beyond that, will be done... when it's done. i'm open to suggestions, feature requests, and especially bug reports (this is a beta version, after all), but whether and when any development will be done is up to me and up to me only.
- browse, filter and search a comprehensive graphical database of all st:ccg 2e cards
- smart gametext-based filtering: mission's alternate requirements in gametext are recognized
- build, manage, save and view st:ccg 2e decks
- print proxies for your decks
- virtual booster generator - generate & print virtual boosters for your sealed tournaments
- support for different image versions of the same card (Archive Portrait cards, alternate image promos...)
- more smart filters: killer dilemmas, verbs for every affiliation, matching commanders...
- better support for alternate versions of the same card
- direct printing of decklists
the current version is 0.3.41. this is the full version including all images, with a filesize of over 500MB. if you've already got version 0.3.29 (or newer), you'll just need to get the update, which is a lot smaller, and contains only files that have been changed or added since then. for further download options, have a look at the download page.
just unpack the downloaded archive into a directory of your choice. running st:ccg virtual folder requires a java virtual machine (version 7 or higher). i recommend the latest version available from oracle.com. to run the program, just start the executable "folder.jar". alternatively, you can also use "folder.bat" (on windows) or "folder.sh" (on unix-based systems). these scripts don't do much, they actually just set java's memory limit to 768MB before running folder.jar. on older java installations, the default memory limit is 128MB, which is way below virtual folder's requirements.
if the "folder.bat" or "folder.sh" doesn't start anything, try opening a command line window and starting it from there, to get a detailed look at the error messages. most probably your system can't find the java executable. in that case, you'll need to add the "bin" folder of your java installation to your "PATH" environment variable. the exact way of doing this is system dependent, but you should have no troubles googling a guide.
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The Star Trek CCG was published by Decipher Inc. and is based on the Star Trek series and films produced by Paramout Pictures and copyrighted by CBS. All copyrights and trademarks remain the property of their respective holders. Neither Decipher nor Paramount or CBS has endorsed this program.
This program is © 2019 Stefan Slaby and is provided free of charge for personal use and unmodified re-distribution, but comes without any warranties.