Delftship Free 7.14 (280) 64bit

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    • #37772
      AvatarRobert Holme
      Participant

      Hi Guys

      As far as I can tell this is the latest version however on attempting to open fbm’s downloaded from this forum I get an error saying:

      The file you are downloading is from a later version and cannot be opened with this version.

      Help please!

      Regards
      Bob

    • #37773
      Avatargiorgio zuppin
      Participant

      Hi Bob, I can’t help you ’cause version 7.17 (284) 32 bit runs well, and it’s all I can say…

    • #37778
      AvatarRobert Holme
      Participant

      Hi Jurgen,

      Maybe my problem is a 64bit machine?

      Regards
      Bob

    • #37782
      MaartenMaarten
      Keymaster

      Hello Bob,
      Sorry to hear about your problem- it is not a known issue (yet). What fbm are you trying to open?

    • #37783
      AvatarRobert Holme
      Participant

      Hi Maarten,

      I was trying to open Jurgens Fantail Launch fbm. From what I subsequently have found, the program version Jurgen quoted is a professional download and later than the latest free version download. This most probably explains why I can’t open it.

      Regards
      Bob

    • #37784
      Avatargiorgio zuppin
      Participant

      Don’t know, Bob I run free 7.17 version, the latest available.
      Maybe a bug in your management of software…We’ll hope in a fast recovery.
      Jurgen.

    • #37785
      MaartenMaarten
      Keymaster

      Hi Bob,

      I can reproduce your issue. What has happened is that an update was rolled out via the update server, not as a regular download. This update has a slightly updated file structure, which is what causes your problem. If you update from DELFTship (Settings tab, Updates button) you should be OK.

      With apologies for the inconvenience.

    • #37788
      AvatarRobert Holme
      Participant

      Hi Maarten,

      Thank you updating as I write 🙂

      Regards
      Bob

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