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  • #7378

    Michael

    Hi

    With the new version, is it necessary or advisable to uninstall the 1.x version first?

    Cheers

    Michael.

    #7383

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Michael,

    we do not recommend uninstalling 1.x yet, because 2.x does not support the whole API set yet. So for the next weeks until we finish the transition to Qt 5, you can keep both the old and new versions. Bug fixes and new features, however, will then only be added to the 2.x version which is why we wanted to give you access to it as soon as possible so you are able to familiarize with it.

    Cheers, Chris

    #7384

    Michael

    Thanks.

     

    About the install notes, it says
    <h2>Download V-Play for Qt 5</h2>
    Open the Online Installer and choose the <tt>Package Manager</tt> option so the <tt>Settings</tt> button is shown.

    but it’s not Online Installer, it’s the MaintenanceTool.exe in the install folder.

    Cheers,

    Michael.

     

     

    #7385

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Thanks Michael, we’ll update the docs!

    #7386

    Michael

    The instructions are a little unclear (at least for Windows users).

    – click the “Settings” button (bottom left corner)

    – click on Repositories tab, and click add repository (last item)

    – then enter the URL in the text box

    – also need username/password for repository

    Maybe it’s slightly different for Mac.

     

    Cheers

    Michael.

     

     

    #7389

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Thanks again Michael, your feedback is much appreciated!

    We’ll update the wording of the docs as well to make it more clear.

    Cheers, Chris

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