\"Minor\" update?

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\"Minor\" update?

Postby Philip Shantz » Sat, Oct 27 2007, 6:40PM

Larry sez:
This update is merely a time extension for eCabinet Systems. Build 4 will be expiring on November 1, 2007


Well, I just arrived home from 3 weeks in Italy (it was rough, let me tell you -- soft nights on the Mediterranean coast, long days spent driving around and exploring Tuscany, drinking wonderful wine and eating myself silly...ALMOST as much fun as building cabinets...) to find, along with the weather shock of landing in the cold, wet, dreary Pacific Northwest -- that my version of eCabs was about to expire.

Well, I'm currently downloading the update and I'm curious -- how does a \"mere\" time extension fill 29MB? Or is the extension itself only 50KB and the rest devoted to discombobulating the tessellation factors? :P
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Postby Geo Noeth » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 4:52AM

Ain't it just like a tourist to come back from a trip and start talking in a foreign language.

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 9:51AM

Philip,

This would seem to be a simple task by just sending a small file, But remember Thermwood has a great responsibility to us; and for them to be rest assured that we are all on the same sheet of music, they do the entire update which includes this time change tesselation facto empacto.

Hope this helps to clarify this massive file size.

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 9:58AM

When license expirations are built into the software's executable files (.exe, .dll), normally all executable have to be recompiled and must stay in sync. Just one executable with an out of date license would prevent the entire package from working.

For this reason you get all executables with each update.

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Postby Philip Shantz » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 1:11PM

Ain't it just like a tourist to come back from a trip and start talking in a foreign language.

...Scusilo? (O, come Spock direbbe: “affascinando, Capitano„) \"Spazio, ultima frontiera...

...Questi sono i viaggi dell'astronave Enterprise...La nostra missione? Per esplorare i nuovi mondi… per andare dove nessun uomo è andato prima…E… rinnovare i tesselations\"
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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 2:10PM

Renew the tessellations???

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Postby Philip Shantz » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 2:17PM

I do remember Spock doing just that in an episode that I watched in late 1969...

...but you must remember that was back in the era of investigating alternate versions of what was then quaintly called \"reality\"...

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 2:29PM

Philip Shantz wrote:I do remember Spock doing just that in an episode that I watched in late 1969...


You REMEMBER 1969???? It passed in a blur for me. :shock:

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Postby Geo Noeth » Sun, Oct 28 2007, 2:30PM

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Second thoughts

Postby Will Williamson » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 8:54AM

I think it is a case of short term memory lose and flashbacks
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Postby Michael Yeargain » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 2:30PM

Damn you are old. I was born in 64, so I can only say I was just learning to ride a bike about then.

Although I do remember the old electronic devices. You probably know which ones... The ones I took apart... :lol:
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Postby DanEpps » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 3:18PM

Michael Yeargain wrote:Damn you are old. I was born in 64, so I can only say I was just learning to ride a bike about then...


My son and I were watching the World Series on TV and he said something about Joe Girardi (the Yankees new manager). He laughed whe I told him what a pest little 9 year-old Joey was when I ran around with his brother back in the 70's. He quickly shot back with "I knew you were old but..." :lol:

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 3:21PM

In the 70s I was only 8-9 infact at 10 I was knocked out by a log while walking down the sidewalk. Go figure. right place right time.
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Postby DanEpps » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 3:25PM

Michael Yeargain wrote:...at 10 I was knocked out by a log while walking down the sidewalk...


Not even gonna ask... :lol:

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Mon, Oct 29 2007, 4:23PM

probably best if you don't :?

I wasn't married back then but this will most likely get me in trouble as usual with the other part of me that don't make sense. :lol:
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