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River2 might need a manual update

My main River2 installation stopped finding new stuff a couple of days ago, and in the rush of iPad mania, I didn’t get to look into it right away.

The problem was caused by an update I released on March 30 that was part of a major overhaul that makes River2 a multi-user product. (There’s still more work to do on this.)

River2 should automatically update overnight, so if you leave it running, the fix that I just released should take care of any problems. However if you’re not leaving it running, or if you want the fix immediately, here’s what you can do.

1. Bring the OPML app to the front.

2. Choose river2.root from the Window menu.

3. Choose Update front tool from the Tools menu.

4. Click OK to confirm.

If you needed the update you should get one new or updated part.

3 responses to “River2 might need a manual update

  1. Fred Zelders April 5, 2010 at 3:40 am

    What version number has the latest release Dave?

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