How to download

Help!! i want to dowload this app for windows but i cant find the site where to do it, when i press on the windows logo on the download area of the page it sends me a message on the mail, the one i open and then end up in the comunity page where im am now writing this. Pls help i would love to download this app!

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Hello and welcome to the Seamly2D forum, @eze

I have tested this and received the email. I can only think that you have clicked the wrong link :slight_smile: The link below the message will download the program:

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I hope this helps you.

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thank you so much!!! i really feel like a fool fight now haha :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: No need. I did the same thing a while back, just not telling anyone :grin:

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Hi,

I can’t see the Mac icon in the download page, do you know where I can download the Mac version?

Regards

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Hi! @crossover glad to see a new interested face! & thanks for bringing this issue to our attention!

Hopefully @slspencer can get the link to the public release fixed soon, but if you’d like to try one of the weekly releases, just download one of the Seamly2D.zip from the Releases · FashionFreedom/Seamly2D · GitHub

:unicorn:

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Users can also download weekly releases now from my fork… which once I figure out the workflow between my local and the main & fork repos - will probably be an upstream fork, where I’ll push new features before we merge them into the main repo. There’s also a couple current 32 & 64 bit Windows builds - which haven’t been available for awhile. The only caveat is that they’re not code certificate signed, so you’ll get the “unknown publisher” in the installer.

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Thank you so much!, When I read this the link was available, but now I have another place to get the app, thank you too @Pneumarian!.

Regards

Hi @Douglas , is there a thread to retrieve what’s new in each weekly release ? And for example, what could be test in ?

That’s a great question. I know Susan will put a post at the top on occasion when there’s a new / test release, but I haven’t really looked to see if there’s a specific thread of “What’s new” in a release. If there isn’t a topic, I will create one, and try and stay on top of new features, or bug fixes.

That being said, generally a new new weekly release is built automaticaly and available, but to be honest unless anything has been added or fixed the release will be the same as the week before. Plus, sometimes a new build will simply be done code refactoring, which on the surface won’t be anything new to users. Which is why I like the idea of putting new items in a topic (thread) here. Also we need to be more vigilant about updating the build log on Github - myself included. … which for those familiar with navigating the repo they could find the log and see what’s new there.

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Thanks @Douglas for the answer, to be honest I don’t have enough time to navigate in the repo to look at what’s done and what’s new :wink: at work we use a week template file included in the build generator to put send a post in the tool we used to announce new build. At work we use MatterMost and when a build is done we send a web hook to the appropriate channel that put a ftp link to the app to download, with the serial and a MD5 sum to verify and a PDF file generated with Latex that explain what’s new with content extract from the week template.

But I know it’s not so simple to put in place.

Everything need to have a look on, to be able to know if it’s possible regarding time and cost :wink:

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