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New update v1.05 - Credit where credit is due


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Stellar support and kudos to inibuilds for bringing out a quick patch to resolve the LNAV (and other) issues!. Hopefully, not much else needs to be done whilst other minor issues are resolved.

Great customer support and thank you for listening to us all.

Best!.

Christian C./

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I have yet to see any other developer push a quick fix on a weekend. Well done IniBuilds! You are setting the standards for responsiveness and customer support. Wishing the team continued success in all your development projects. 

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Reactivity is nice and appreciated. Such a buggy build should not have been pushed in the first place though. I wonder if ini could consider opening an "experimental" channel to separate stable, "playable" builds (like 1.03 was) from the ones lacking test (like 1.04).

 

 

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2 hours ago, Genista said:

Reactivity is nice and appreciated. Such a buggy build should not have been pushed in the first place though. I wonder if ini could consider opening an "experimental" channel to separate stable, "playable" builds (like 1.03 was) from the ones lacking test (like 1.04).

 

 

"The ones lacking test" Is there somewhere where I can go to see which releases "lack test"?  I can't seem to find that.  Is this just an assumption?  I looked over the release notes to 1.04 and did not see anywhere that indicated that the release was not tested.  You post is such a side handed complaint about a now old release.  I wonder why you posted it in what is basically a congratulatory thread. 

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19 hours ago, AthenaG said:

I have yet to see any other developer push a quick fix on a weekend. Well done IniBuilds! You are setting the standards for responsiveness and customer support. Wishing the team continued success in all your development projects. 

I second that ! 👍

cheers 😉

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