Manual Update

IN Fab v2.0.2.0 (DVD to DVD Platinum) when I clicked on Manual Update the reply would come back that I had the latest version when in fact v2.0.4.0 was available ( I missed out on v2.0.2.2).
Was I the only one with this problem.
Doesn’t matter, I now have 2.0.4.0 installed.
Running on Vista Home Premium (English).

Has the problem been fixed in v2.0.4.0 ?
Could somebody look into this.

Thank you for a great product.

What are you talking about? The latest dvdfab is 6.0.4.0, are you talking about Imgburn? Those numbers would be more inline with Imgburn.

NOT AS YOUNG AS I USED TO BE. But I’m brighter then some.

IN Fab v6.0.2.0 (DVD to DVD Platinum) when I clicked on Manual Update the reply would come back that I had the latest version when in fact v6.0.4.0 was available ( I missed out on v6.0.2.2).
Was I the only one with this problem.
Doesn’t matter, I now have 6.0.4.0 installed.
Running on Vista Home Premium (English).

Has the problem been fixed in v6.0.4.0 ?
Could somebody look into this.

Thank you for a great product.

Only final releases are checked for in the updates not the beta releases.

Mine has never auto updated since back in version 5 I checked the other day and even the 6.0.2.0
would always say I had the lates version even though 6.0.4.0 was out and on the website for download
I just come here to see what version is final and then get my updates off the website. :iagree:

Are you baiting me or do you enjoy being rude?

From Fengtao:

"Dear all,

DVDFab products 6.0.4.0 is out (July 28, 2009):

http://www.dvdfab.com/download.htm?vid=avangate&aid=689

What’s New:"

No mention of Beta.

As of this instance that post was 6 hours ago. The post concerning 6.0.3.6 Beta was one day ago.

I clicked on manual Update about 3 hours ago.
I did not even acknowledge v6.0.2.2 which would not have been a Beta.

Thank you getit29.

A most constructive reply.

Maybe it will be looked into but it doesn’t really matter, I regularly visit the DVDFab website to see what’s going on.

Just thought that I’d throw in my two cents worth (or is it euros these days).