No problems, just a question

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ardee
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No problems, just a question

Post by ardee » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:42 pm

I see that you offer a newer .exe as a beta, to fix certain problems users may be having.

I am not having any problems with the latest version, but am curious about what's changed in that beta version.

Is there anywhere to learn what's coming in the very next release and/or how close it is?

Would you consider the latest beta version to be fairly safe to get?

Thanks!

daspud
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Re: No problems, just a question

Post by daspud » Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:17 pm

I have been using 375 for sometime now and it seems to work OK. I don't remember if I was having a problem and switched or just wanted to have the latest.

I know David has been working on adding features. As to when another beta is available, I don't know. I do think that when it comes it will be a good one.

:)

ardee
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Re: No problems, just a question

Post by ardee » Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:24 pm

Thanks!

How did you learn what was new/improved in 375 beta?

David
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Re: No problems, just a question

Post by David » Fri Jun 19, 2009 12:11 am

"Everything" unofficial version 1.2.1.375b changes:

Added localization for time formats.
Fixed command line parsing.
Fixed an issue with update notifications not displaying the "Everything" title.
Fixed an issue with when reading from a network.
Fixed monitoring file attribute changes.
Improved support for context menu extensions that do not check buffer sizes.

1.2.1.375b is available from:
http://www.voidtools.com/Everything-1.2.1.385.zip

ardee
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Re: No problems, just a question

Post by ardee » Fri Jun 19, 2009 3:39 am

Thank you!

And thanks for an extraordinary programming job. Referring to the lighning-fast indexing of huge volumes, I truly wonder what technical tricks/techniques you've used that have apparently gone unexploited all these years by tens of thousands of other talented programmers.

Anyway, when Microsoft comes knocking at the door (and they should), don't sell for anything less than $10 million US!

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