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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
Does your system really have no active audio capture devices?
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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
The onboard soundcard has the ability, but there's nothing plugged in.

 

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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
Ok, so then it is the bug that I thought it was.
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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
I'm trying to understand the release system here better:

As I understand it, the latest 'official' wxlauncher version is 0.11.  However, there is also work being done on "release candidates" for version 0.12; when 0.12 gets finalized and official, will it be announced here in this thread and put in the opening post list?

 

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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
As I understand it, the latest 'official' wxlauncher version is 0.11.

The latest official release is 0.10.1, which is the one that you should use.  When a new official release is made the OP will be updated and a new post added (so feel free to turn on notify for this thread).

However, there is also work being done on "release candidates" for version 0.12; when 0.12 gets finalized and official, will it be announced here in this thread and put in the opening post list?
Correct.  This is how wxLauncher releases have worked since 0.10 but they were never explicitly labeled as such.
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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
I'm using 3.7.4 final for my build.  However, m!m told me on the previous page that it wasn't a problem that I was using 0.11 with that.

Should I switch back to 0.10.1?

 

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Re: RELEASE: wxLauncher 0.10.1 beta [Updated 2015/09/26]
I'm using 3.7.4 final for my build.  However, m!m told me on the previous page that it wasn't a problem that I was using 0.11 with that.

Should I switch back to 0.10.1?
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