From: Vaughan Johnson <vaughanjohnson@ea...> - 2002-12-21 19:03:55
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".
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.
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 the
>> >"Split Stereo Track" crash.
>> >If you're on Windows, please give this version a try & send us feedback
>> >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?
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