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  • Tim
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    Yes, we released 450 on Friday and 451 today. The 450 optimized build wasn't working properly.

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  • ron
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    I installed 450 then was notified and successfully installed 451. I figure a last minute change was pushed out.

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  • mzel
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    Not sure if this is a bug, but thought I should report this anyway. I saw the website updaed with the version 450. I could not wait till the autoupdate runs, so I forced the manual check. It showed version 451. Which one is correct?

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    Got another one while updating;
    F:\....\CirrusShellEx.dll

    An error occurred while trying to replace the existing file:
    DeleteFile failed; code 5.
    Access is denied.

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    I guess I was too quick with the update. You changed the web site 2 minutes agot
    Last edited by mzel; 07-Apr-2008, 03:23 PM.

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  • Michael Bulgrien
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    Originally posted by ron View Post
    How about "New version available... "
    A smiley face after the link... now there's an idea!!!

    Sorry, couldn't resist.

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  • Tim
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    I see you noticed my "release news" test. Yes, if it looks like we'll be publishing news items regularly, I'll consider an auto-check option. Historically, the only "news" we get around to publishing is new releases, so it may be a moot point.

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  • ron
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    At least it's not in all CAPS

    How about "New version available... "

    Also, what about an option for this one....

    "Upcoming release news..."

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  • Tim
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    Yes, I suppose so!!!

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  • Michael Bulgrien
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    Originally posted by jed View Post
    Any chance of losing the exclaimation mark on the message?
    I wasn't going to say anything...but since jed brought it up...I agree that the ! is not neccessary.

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  • jed
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    Originally posted by Tim View Post
    Hmm. I thought it already did that. Whenever it checks our site for an update, it stores the latest build number in the State.xml file. The "New version available!" link appears whenever that stored build number is greater than the running version.
    Any chance of losing the exclaimation mark on the message?

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  • Michael Bulgrien
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    I tried on another computer, and the link did show up right away.
    I'm not sure what happened on the first box. Thanks.

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  • Tim
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    No, it should appear right away. Let's give it another cycle -- let me know if it happens again.

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  • Michael Bulgrien
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    That didn't happen to me for this latest build.
    Perhaps it requires a restart of the application before the link appears?

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  • Tim
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    Hmm. I thought it already did that. Whenever it checks our site for an update, it stores the latest build number in the State.xml file. The "New version available!" link appears whenever that stored build number is greater than the running version.

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  • Michael Bulgrien
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    Check For Update / Update Avaiable

    Suggestion - If a user opens help and manually checks for an update but doesn't download it, can the "New version available!" link be activated in the upper right corner right away instead of waiting for the next auto update check on the next day?
    Last edited by Michael Bulgrien; 25-Mar-2008, 10:31 AM.
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