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Message 1365416 - Posted: 7 May 2013, 12:35:51 UTC

to all the wing persons this one effected .. i downloaded 7.0.56 on machine 0084 and liked it so well that when i saw the notification of 7.0.64 i thought i would give it a roll on machine 9033 .. even though i read the post from ageless concerning this change a week or so back it evidently didn't soak in and i didn't clear my cache .. producing 44 error-ed tasks :-( all i can say for myself now is " stupid is as stupid does"
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Message 1365439 - Posted: 7 May 2013, 14:21:13 UTC

Dont feel to bad. We all have done things that in hindsight we should have been whacked up the head for doing it.

I think that they should have put a notice on the main page with a warning though. Who knows how many set and forget types will get the new version and wipe out the APs.

Maybe they should put one up the next time?
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Message 1365446 - Posted: 7 May 2013, 14:33:11 UTC - in response to Message 1365416.  

Whack... and now off to bed without food. ;-)
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Message 1365460 - Posted: 7 May 2013, 15:21:45 UTC

ouch .. thanks ageless i deserve the whack :-)
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