How to determine version of patch library installed...
I have quite a few "old" ha ha O and O2 PIG patch libraries, and periodically visit my account to see if I need to download something I don't have or needs updating. Is there a way to determine the "version" of a Unify patch library I have installed so I can download and update the newest version of that patch library if needed? From Unify I can see if I have a Patch Library installed, but cannot see a version... There is also no way to tell from the website account download area. I know John will sometimes include a verN in the filename, but I also know he has updated the download area with a fix or feature and not changed the name.
So, is there something I am missing? Please guide the misguided...
No, you're not missing anything. This is just something we're not very good at. However, if you haven't heard about a library being updated, either in a marketing email or in one of John's videos, chances are it hasn't been updated.
Got it, and I understand. Focus on those things we love the most...the features.
However, it would be helpful if there was a column added to the PIG Account/download page that is the DATE a file was added/changed. That way a user could quickly discover if something has been "added/changed" since the last time the user downloaded a file. If that new DATE column were sortable...viola...new stuff floats to the top! 🙂
Thank you Shane (and Skippy) for all you do! See you @ NAMM
it would be helpful if there was a column added to the PIG Account/download page that is the DATE a file was added/changed.
Agree 100%, will pass on to John.
Hi Mark - I've asked my e-commerce plug-in company to add additional features to the download part of their software and they have not yet added any of my requests. I wanted date, version and a comment box so I could explain various files. Maybe someday since they were sold to a bigger fish earlier this year....
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