Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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DFH
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Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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TextPipe Standard 9.4.1 thinks there is an update available, yet the latest download is 9.4.1

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You downloaded v9.4.1 on 11 Apr 2013. The current version is 9.4.1.

Is there something amiss somewhere?

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Re: Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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Hi David,

There is a minor 9.4.1a update, we have another release in the works very shortly to rectify the version problem and add more updates.

Here is what's new for 9.4.1a:

* Bug fix for Retain modified dates for the compressed file.
* Matrix search now uses slightly faster initialization method.
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Re: Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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The download page in the secure area tells me that my version is up to date, even though I'd not yet downloaded version 9.4.1a

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Re: Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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Yes - it is version number based, where the update date check is date/time based.
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Re: Check for updates 9.4.1 ?

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I have since downloaded the update (which you called 9.4.1a).
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