Scoreboard Assistant started initially, as the Xsplit Panel Writer about 10 years ago.
It was a side project, written, and rewritten in various compiling languages through it's many versions.
I also released it relatively free, because compiling languages were not my forté.
As such, I had no real interest in providing any semblance of support for it.
It was essentially a take-it or leave-it proposition.
If it worked for you, great. If it didn't? Oh well, it only cost you a penny.
It's been almost 6 years since the last version, programmed in C# (.NET); a language I thoroughly hated.
My main language is PHP, an interpretive scripting language used all across the internet.
For this new version, I've decided to rewrite it completely from scratch as a web service.
Through this site, you'll be able to manage your scoreboards from any device with a web browser.
You can even give multiple people access to your scoreboard to manage your streams remotely.
This new version is a web service, with hardware managing it all, will remain free for the foreseeable future.
Tutorials and videos will be available, which show how this system works and what you can do with it.
And of course, since this is programmed in my primary language, feature requests will be easier to implement.