Wizard 3.0 Main Screen
See below features and screenshots of the new Influxis Wizard 3.0 built in a Flex environment.

Now available to all customers upon sign up. For customers who signed up prior to June 22, 2009, please contact support@influxis.com and request the new Wizard 3.0.

See what’s new about the Influxis Wizard 3.0:

Features a new interface built in Flash with enhanced reporting systems.
wizard_usagemonitor1

The File Manager is improved with easier uploads and more user-friendly operations including right-click actions and simple drag-and-drop abilities. Includes more control over files.
Wizard 3.0 File Manager

The new Pre-built Applications screen allows for URL management.
Pre-Built Flash Applications

Flash Player builder now has the Influxis Player with customizable dynamic settings.

Wizard 3.0 Player Builder

Again, as mentioned above, all new customers will get the Influxis Wizard 3.0 with signup. For any current customers who signed up prior to June 22, 2009 and would like to use the new Wizard 3.0, please contact support@influxis.com with your request.

8 Responses to “New Influxis Wizard 3.0 Available!”

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  3. Ncu

    That’s a cool new interface you’ve done there! :)

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  4. Ncu

    The new control panel does not allow users to upload files with the .ase extension!!!

    .ase files are compiled/encrypted .asc files.
    .ase files are created with the FAR tool that is shipped with FMS.
    Our FMS software and other FMIS relies on ase files to encrypt the license key verification script.
    We tried to rename our ase files to asc, upload them, and then rename them back to ase but your control panel does not allow one to rename files to the ase extension.

    Please upgrade your control panel as soon as possible to support .ase files.

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  5. Jerry Chabolla

    @Ncu Thanks for that note. we are on it.

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  6. Jerry Chabolla

    @Ncu Ok should work now, thanks again.

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  7. file host

    Phenomenal points with regard to upload files for having myself get moving. I am going to keep this specific website link and come back to it.

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