----- Original Message -----
From: "Vaughan Johnson" <vaughanjohnson@...>
> Hmmm, I sure don't see that. Bob, would you please double-check? I just
> uninstalled & re-installed, and the default destination folder is
> "C:\Program Files\Audacity 1.1", not "C:\Program Files\Audacity 111".
Sorry, you are right. It says, "C:\Program Files\Audacity 1.1"
Setup starts and says, "This will install Audacity 1.1. Do you wish to
The next "Welcome" screen says "This will install Audacity 1.1.2 on your
Then the default directory is "C:\Program Files\Audacity 1.1"
The Start Menu folder is "Audacity 1.1"
> We're still in 1.1.x, and I think the "1.1" destination folder is fine,
> just as it was for 1.1.0 & 1.1.1. Similarly, all the Start Menu items
> use "1.1", so I don't think they need to change. I think I changed all
> the actual "1.1.1"'s to "1.1.2"'s (e.g., in the readme.txt & About
> dialog) before I posted it.
My point is that I was wanting to have 1.1.2 in a different directory so I
could test it without it wiping out the previous 1.1.1 version. It's
confusing (to me, at least!) to also have desktop icons which don't
distinguish the different versions clearly.
Oh, the problem with Audacity using the short DOS file name still remains.
That happens when double clicking the *.aup file from Windows Explorer. The
short name appears in the title bar and it tries to use that when saving.
There is no problem using File|Open.
> Dominic Mazzoni wrote:
> > Yes, we should change those version numbers to all be 1.1.2 instead
> > of 1.1.1. Thanks for noticing that.
> > ...
> > Bob Long wrote:
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: "Vaughan Johnson"
> >> >These are the release candidate files (installer & .zip) for Audacity
> >> >version1.1.2 for Windows. Most importantly, they contain the fix to
> >> >"Split Stereo Track" crash.
> >> >
> >> >If you're on Windows, please give this version a try & send us
> >> >because release is imminent. Thanks!
> >> Couple of things:
> >> The installer wants to install to "C:\Program Files\Audacity 111"
> >> Would not
> >> "C:\Program Files\Audacity 112" be the correct one? Similarly the
> >> names for
> >> the Start Menu items?