BTW... I had a couple reports of Xiphos
under Win10 crashing in the previous release, both 32- and 64-bit
builds. I am unable to reproduce this. I have Win10 on my desk at
work and on my woman's laptop, and Win7 in a VBox VM, and have no
trouble with Xiphos on any of these.
If you see such a failure with the new 4.0.6, please let me know,
and please spend some time to analyze exactly where you are and
what you're doing when it happens. I need precision, apparently,
if I'm going to find a cause.
Are there any special instructions for installing the x64 edition, for a
Windows user that had previously installed the x32 edition?
It's some sort of stupid glitch in the NSIS
file that I've never figured out. It insists on going to the
wrong directory. In practice, it doesn't matter. If it bothers
you, move \Program Files (x86)\Crosswire into \Program Files,
but shortcut files on your desktop will also have to be updated
as well via Properties dialogs.
I'm not sure the build knows whether it's being built 32- or
64-bit, but I'll look.
I'll do a mass copyright update before the next release.On
08/11/2017 09:43 AM, David Haslam wrote: