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I have Version 184.108.40.206 and I see there is a later version. Is this still candidate or is it a final release? Also what has been changed and do I need it or should I wait?
There is notification...at the top of the sticky list: http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/1901/ Info about the release (it's RC2, not a final release) including a link to the change log can be found there. As for your last question, I'm wondering the same thing...think I'll wait a couple of days and then give it a try, as long as people don't seem unhappy with it.
220.127.116.11 is pretty stable. If you're already using a 4.5 release there's no reason to not upgrade. It also introduces translation limits on genesis finger/toes which keeps the Mil4 poses from breaking Genesis so often plus all the stuff in the changelog. ;)
adamr001 said:It also introduces translation limits on genesis finger/toes which keeps the Mil4 poses from breaking Genesis so often plus all the stuff in the changelog. ;)
*runs to check*
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can we have a delete post feature?
Zev0 said:can we have a delete post feature?
You can always report a post and ask a moderator to deal with it.. We don't actually delete posts, we just move them somewhere ese so you can no longer see them.
Well I mainly meant delete your own post. Sometimes as you post someone else does and then when it appears your post is in the wrong place or no longer valid.
It was people deleting their own posts that used to cause as many of the so called "broken" threads as did moderators moving posts, on the old forums, as the post would generate an ebot the moment it was posted. The delete function does completely remove a post with no ability to restore it. and no evidevce of the post to expalin what has happened to cause the "no posts exist" that happened so frequently.
I am not certain if the inability for users to delete their own posts on this forum is designed to stop that, or if it is just a limitation of the software, but it does stop this happening.