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Thread: 6 months gone and still no fix for Version 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    I know this'll sound negative - so my apologies in advance.

    I've been 3 times to the download page, but can't pluck up the courage
    to download the long-awaited patch, for fear that it'll contain new
    'features' that screw things up even further - and prevent me from
    maintaining the few sites that I still have in NOF.

    For me, it's 6 months late in coming...

    Adrian
    You can always use something else. I hear that DW CS 5.5 is a nice program. I hear they have a nice forum. You can't get a lot of response from Adobe but you get to chat with some nice users of the product while you wait... sort of like that nice elevator music you get to listen to while you are on hold.

    Sorry to throw a negative on top of your negative.....
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    Default Yes, the fix is out!

    Hasn't this thread beat the topic to death? SP 1 is out. It fixed the problem I had with NOF 12 (sans patch). Can't we give this a rest and move forward to more constructive conversation?
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    Default Re: Update #1 and Update #2 ?

    Mike...

    Your comments lead us to believe that another Update is in the
    works...not that this one needs to be "imminent", but we might surmise
    that other "adjustments and fixes" that could not or did not make it
    into Update #1 can be addressed.

    Although, of course, with each Update, the second Update list gets
    greatly shortened.

    Joe

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    Default Re: 6 months gone and still no fix for Version 12.

    Ken...

    I can see your point(s)....

    However...

    RE: << It fixed the
    > problem I had with NOF 12 (sans patch). Can't we give this a rest and
    > move forward to more constructive conversation? >>


    Update 1 is a God-send for us users and purchasers...yet there's a few
    "naglets that may need to be addressed in some future Update #2.

    Joe


    On 8/6/2011 12:05 PM, Kenfriedman wrote:
    > Hasn't this thread beat the topic to death? SP 1 is out. It fixed the
    > problem I had with NOF 12 (sans patch). Can't we give this a rest and
    > move forward to more constructive conversation?
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    >
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    > Author of books about WW-II.



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    Then I believe it would be more appropriate to open a new thread discussing what does not work in SP1 rather than carry on that discussion in a thread arguing whether there is no SP or not. But, that's me. [grin]
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    Default Re: 6 months gone and still no fix for Version 12.

    On 8/7/2011 2:33 PM, Kenfriedman wrote:
    > Then I believe it would be more appropriate to open a new thread
    > discussing what does not work in SP1 rather than carry on that
    > discussion in a thread arguing whether there is no SP or not. But,
    > that's me. [grin]
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    > Author of books about WW-II.


    Yes, 'tis a good thought indeed.

    Seal this Topic off.

    Joe

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