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Midnight_Voice Version information on PSI download
Member 25th Sep, 2011 23:16
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I have a couple of problems with PSI right now. Naturally, I want to ensure I'm running the latest version, and 'About PSI' tells me I have

But the PSI download on the site tells me only that it's 2.0

That's not enough - which 2.0 is it - mine or a later one?

Form the date, 19 April 2011, I can tell that I have the latest, since I downloaded on or after that date.

But it would be far better if the download site gave the exact and complete version information.

Or is it that it's there, but I missed it?

A computer program can do pretty much anything the user doesn't know is impossible for it to do.

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Maurice Joyce RE: Version information on PSI download
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The observation U make about the download link version numbering was raised some time ago & Secunia Support promised to ask the web developers to improve it. Despite a web update it was,sadly, not included this time.

The changelog has a similar flaw - it has no version registered for therefore one gets the impression that is the latest version.


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