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LandlordMax version 3.11b is Now Available!

Well it’s official, we just released version 3.11b of LandlordMax. As I mentioned in my last post, this latest update was probably our biggest update (not including any major upgrades) in terms of effort yet. There were a lot of Vista specific issues that we had to work through for LandlordMax to fully support Windows Vista, some of which even included bugs within the programming language itself! This doesn’t even mention the new hardware and software we had to purchase and setup just to get our test and development environments going.

In any case, we just released version 3.11b of LandlordMax today, so you can now download it. And on top of fully supporting Windows Vista, we also added several smaller fixes for everyone else. You can find the complete list of the latest fixes and changes in the release notes.

Now our main efforts are going to return towards getting the Mac version of LandlordMax ready as soon as possible. Hopefuly that won’t be much longer now too.



 
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  •     JO
    · April 3rd, 2007  · 6:46 am  · Permalink

    Just for the record, the bug is with the Vista Look-and-Feel implementation (written in Java), not with Java (the programming language) itself.
    However, the Vista LnF IS provided as part of the standard libraries and could be seen as part of Java, but it’s not the language specification that needs to be fixed for this issue, only code.

  •     Steph
    · April 12th, 2007  · 11:33 am  · Permalink

    Hi Jo,

    I completely agree with you that the LnF is not part of the language itself if you look at the language specifications. That being said though, because it’s part of the VM package, you cannot fix this bug until a new update of the language is released.

    Therefore, because of this, that is the link between the LnF and the language. And hence because of this link, I now consider them one and the same because they clearly affect each other (although the specs are separate). Whether or not that’s right is very debatable as you’ve clearly shown, but because of their cause and effect I consider them one and the same. But that’s just me.

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