Update now on a Mac

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Message 77343 - Posted: 7 Feb 2005, 10:26:46 UTC
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I run seti on a computer that has many timeout network problems so I get many "Deferring communication with project for xx days, yy hours, zz minutes, and ww seconds".
On a PC I can "Update now", on a mac I can't find a way to do it.
Can you tell me where the value of "deferring communication" is stored? Can I modify to update when I require it?
The only way I found is to reset project losing all the work done...
Thanks in advance for your attention
Massimo Finizio
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Message 81070 - Posted: 20 Feb 2005, 4:22:35 UTC

Welcome to the forum!

Now brace yourself for some bad news: The Mac version doesn't really have an "Update Now" feature, and the time between deferments isn't stored anywhere (It's pseudo-randomly increased).

So until Berkeley's servers and your Mac are able to talk to each other, you're essentially "stuck". :-( Sorry.
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Message 81633 - Posted: 21 Feb 2005, 17:17:12 UTC - in response to Message 81070.  

> Welcome to the forum!
>
> Now brace yourself for some bad news: The Mac version doesn't really have an
> "Update Now" feature, and the time between deferments isn't stored anywhere
> (It's pseudo-randomly increased).
>
> So until Berkeley's servers and your Mac are able to talk to each other,
> you're essentially "stuck". :-( Sorry.
>
NeoAmsterdam, you are kidding, right?!?!?!
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