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Post New betas
Just out of curiosity, are we still going to get beta versions before stable releases?


Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:50 pm
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Post Re: New betas
I can't speak completely for the dev team, but it will depend on the situation. If there are "hot fixes" that need to be released, those will be released as they are finished. If there are new "features" that the dev team feels the community would really benefit from but they still need further testing, that could certainly be an option to release a "Beta" version.

I know they are currently working hard to release another update for the IFI VEX version, and I'm sure they will then move on to the next item in the priority list.

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Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:44 am
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Sweet. I suggest adding close buttons on the tabs themselves in the editor. I know this sound terribly lazy, but I'm used to Firefox. I've attached a picture of what I'm talking about since it might not be clear exactly what I mean. The new tab button might be useful, but isn't really necessary.


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