RCS Releases GSelector Version 3.15.1

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White Plains, NY - Aug 23, 2010 - RCS has released GSelector 3.15.1, increasing the tools already found in the music scheduler.

Architecture update
GSelector now uses Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) in place of Web services. This fundamental change to the architecture has made GSelector much faster and more responsive. This new platform will also keep pace with emerging technologies to further improve GSelector in subsequent releases.

Third-party tools update
Another major change upgrades third-party tools including the grid control, which hosts the various "lists" in GSelector such as the browse and the Editor; the graphing tool, which draws the Research charts and Clock images, and the engine for Reports.

Reporting Updates
The performance of the Reports tab has been optimized, particularly the initialization time, and the restriction of jumping between the Columns, Groups and Editor tabs have been removed. Changes made in any of these tabs are now automatically updated in the others.

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