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Mikki
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PSu updates info

Post by Mikki » 24 Feb 14 17:14

Hi.

When an update to PSu is made available, but not announced within the application it would be really helpful is an announcement listing the high-level changes could be made here.
I do know that one can trawl the Mantis site - but it's not exactly an easy way of understanding the full impact of an update...

Just a suggestion...

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by Hert » 24 Feb 14 17:28

This is a User-to-User forum which means that users post questions here for other users.
Feature requests, change suggestions, or bugs can be logged in the ticketing system

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by tstoddard » 24 Feb 14 17:37

Mikki,

This subject was discussed recently here.

In that topic, Hert gave us a link to a page in which changes are listed. Here's that link: whatsnew.idimager.com

Hope this helps!
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Re: PSu updates info

Post by Ruhell » 25 Feb 14 21:12

How about making that link sticky somewhere on top of the forum?

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by jstartin » 25 Feb 14 22:02

Ruhell wrote:How about making that link sticky somewhere on top of the forum?

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In the new 1023 build there is a link from PSU's Help menu. :D
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Re: PSu updates info

Post by Ruhell » 25 Feb 14 22:58

That will probably do :)

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by stevehughes » 26 Feb 14 11:54

Yes, the new What's New page is great. Just one extra thing I'd find useful is the release of each version.

{edit] How about I make some sense here ? What I meant was "the release date of each version"! Sometimes it's handy to be able to track back and see when certain features appeared.
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Re: PSu updates info

Post by HaraldE » 26 Feb 14 13:37

A small question. Are each new version for both Windows and Mac or are they sometimes for one only?

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by Hert » 26 Feb 14 13:43

Harald, updates are always for Windows and Mac.

Only the version in the MacAppStore can be behind. This is because the Apple team first reviews *every* update that is released. This can take up to 2 weeks for them to review an application. A new version is always submitted to the MacAppStore together with the release of a new version
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Re: PSu updates info

Post by snowman1 » 05 Mar 14 14:19

Small request - could the versions on whatsnew.idimager.com have the release date included please? (Was going to ask this on the original topic but it got closed before I could... and it's not really something for Mantis). Thanks
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Re: PSu updates info

Post by stevehughes » 06 Mar 14 10:45

I'd appreciate that too.

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Re: PSu updates info

Post by Preston B » 06 Mar 14 17:14

snowman1 wrote:Small request - could the versions on whatsnew.idimager.com have the release date included please? (Was going to ask this on the original topic but it got closed before I could... and it's not really something for Mantis). Thanks
I like this suggestion, as well.

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