HanDBase Desktop New Release Version - 4.1.5 Build R1

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HanDBase Desktop New Release Version - 4.1.5 Build R1

Postby DavidDevaneyJr » Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:45 pm

After much testing of the Vista and Windows 7 compatibility issues we have finally released a new build of the HanDBase Desktop. This updates only affects users who have the standalone HanDBase Desktop. If you have a package the contains the HanDBase Desktop please check the forum specific to your handheld platform to see if an update has been released yet.

There were no additional changes or fixes to these products other than better compatibility with Windows Vista and Windows 7 as well as for Standard users. These builds also fully standardize the location of Reports files and Image files to be used in Desktop Forms, if you have a form that you use with a database and it has Images in it.

As this is a Release version the Trial/Demo versions of this software have been updated as well. If you are still using a trial version and are encountering problems you will want to download the new Trial version from our website.

If you are using Reports in the HanDBase Desktop your report template files will now need to be located in the following location.
Windows XP and older:
..\My Documents\HanDBase\Reports\

Windows Vista and Windows 7:

If you are using the Image Button in any Desktop forms and are only pointing to the file name your images will now need to be located in the following location.
Windows XP and older:
..\My Documents\HanDBase\Images\

Windows Vista and Windows 7:

We do recommend you download these latest versions even if you are not having problems to ensure you have the new settings for Reports and Images.

When you install these builds you may see a warning that the HanDBase Desktop Preferences will revert to the default. If you have changed any of these Preferences you will need to re-set them or contact support[at]ddhsoftware[dot]com for assistance in finding your old preferences file and moving it to the new location.

If you encounter any issues with using the software as a Standard, non-Administrator user, or in general under Windows Vista or Windows 7, particularly with User Account Control (UAC) enabled, please post here or contact support[at]ddhsoftware[dot]com.

Thank your for your patience and continued support.
David Devaney, Jr.
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