There is now a single desktop version of OnTarget!2..SoftwareForArchersXpert..
SFAX Windows7-10 and SFAX Apple OSX.
Each desktop version is a native application designed for the specific operating system it will be used on.
You do not need a Windows VM to run SFAX on a Mac.
There are two Android handheld versions available.
There are two iOS handheld versions available for iPhone and iPad.
Two similar IOS versions are in the Apple review process.
The application is organized into different stand alone screens or views.
Each view has a specialized function and may have additional tabbed veiws.
All the data needed for a specific view to function is on the view.
No need to search from screen to screen for the data you need.
It's always on the view you're working with.
Currently, Pinwheel Software offers version updates to it products FREE of charge.
Each program comes complete with comprehensive equipment databases.
To have access to the most current model year info requires an active database subscription.
It should be noted that a database subscription is optional and not required for program operation.
Databases Are Current Thru April 2018
- Bows - Years 2002-2019 (1st 2019 release)
- Shafts - Most Manufacturers
- Sights - Most Linear and Slider Style Sights, plus Hoggernaut support!
- Fletching - Vanes, Feathers, Spin Wings, StarrFlight FOBs, and TurboNocks
- Nocks - Most Available, Including TurboNocks, Magnocks, and 100+ models from Beiter!
Kudos to Pinwheel Software and their OnTarget!2 archery program...
I am now using Larry's program to it's fullest advantage.
I entered all my bow information including speed from the chrony.
Printed out a pin gap tape and set my pins.
Went outside and they were perfect.
I then used the program's Simulation section and worked out my high and low holds on the various sized NFAA targets at the various distances.
(I shoot pins and BHFS).
For example, I was able to figure out that to hit the 60 yard shot I would use my 65 yd. pin and hold at the bottom of the white.
I worked out all my holds for the NFAA Field distances in the comfort of my chair while it rained outside.
When it quit raining I headed outside and shot.
Not one of the calculations was off a bit.
I managed to shoot a 530 practice round on my flat range.
I figure I'll lose 20 or more points when I shoot in the shadows and on the hills, but I'm pretty dang happy.