Please accept that I deeply regret any inconveniences you and others have experienced due to the upgrade failures. A corrupted archive file (containing the final part of the update to the current d7x “FastTrack” release) was replaced on our servers this morning (around 12 hours ago) which resolved the issue in our testing (using the same copies […]
d7II subscribers will notice their copy of d7II v3.6.86 (or earlier) now promotes that an update exists to v3.6.87 (there is no actual code change for this specific .exe version; the version number is incremented to silence d7II update notifications if used after this d7x release.)
d7x v0.0.0.90 just released adds Windows 10 to custom app platform/OS restriction settings. If not configured, behavior should not change. Backwards compatibility note: This is the only area in d7x configurations where d7II may (and likely will) erase the setting entirely when used to edit the same custom app configuration. Although we’re not looking to add […]
d7x (Alpha) September Update for d7II subscribers – Latest update includes a NEW d7x Remote Deployment Tool (d7II SFX Mini), a NEW Config Mgmt Portal, and more for testing!
This latest d7x Alpha “TestBuild” replaces the “d7IIx Alpha” versions opened to all d7II subscribers in March. We believe this release can be tested with confidence in a production environment, provided you keep d7II with you as a backup. d7x Alpha is designed to sit beside d7II in the same folder, and maintains backwards compatibility with […]
New d7IIx v0.0.0.9 released! No time for the changes today, except that users updating to v0.0.0.9 from a previous version will be missing a new config file, used for altering the behavior of d7IIx Alpha TestBuild versions when troubleshooting various issues. Head over to the page linked below to get the new config file by itself […]
I’m SUPER excited to announce the release of our new KillEmAll v5, which marks the very first d7x code to hit the market! To clear any confusion: Yes, KillEmAll v5 is d7x. Think of KillEmAll v5 as a young program with some significant growing to do, at which point it becomes the fully featured d7x. KillEmAll was chosen as […]
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