Latest Pokelog build fixes a few major and several minor bugs. This is basically what I wanted from a spreadsheet. Now to think about extra features…
Much of the Pokemon data is static, or does not change. For example, dex #1 is Bulbasaur, which has two possible fast moves and three possible special moves. I had hoped to build a spreadsheet with some kind of logic that could check for valid options. I tried with LibreOffice, but I’m not familiar enough with its programmable capabilities and doubt I could learn it within a week.
Anyhow, I knew an app could easily handle it, and Pokelog is the result. Pokelog will check some fields for valid values. Pokelog probably hasn’t covered all the bases yet, but it works enough for me to catalog Pokemon much faster than with a spreadsheet. I hope you find it useful.
Pokelog now has basic functions working. Let me know what else I might add.
Pokemon Go allows you to store at least 250 pokemon in your virtual pocket. How do I keep track of them all? Maybe the favorite tag is enough, maybe sorting by CP or HP is enough, maybe I should not care. But I really dislike looking at them one by one. So Pokelog gives me a spreadsheet view of pokemon. Let me know if it helps you too.
Sum has a new Help Book (look under Help menu) along with a heavily revised user’s manual in beautiful TeX layout. Now I need to organize the next planned features.