Without notice, the download page’s search list has been updated to only the versions that are still available. Too bad the version I’m looking for isn’t listed.
Some software is stable with certain versions of FMOD Ex, so having those particular versions unavailable would also seem a bit unruly. Hopefully you’ll take this as constructive criticism.
[quote="Adiss":3c62qznh]I see nothing [b:3c62qznh][wrong][/b:3c62qznh] with this download mechanism. Usually, I’m looking for the latest release (which is on the main page), and (once the page is fixed :)) I can easily find the particular older release I’m looking for.[/quote:3c62qznh]
Basing on the first reply on this thread, I believe there is. A version is listed that’s not necessarily stated as unavailable until you hit the search button. Your hopes are crushed after seeing that error message when you were just following paths and not even typing in keywords.
As long as their are no "no matches to your criteria" again on the download’s page, I won’t see a problem with it either.
Are you kidding me? There’s only a quarter of stable releases left that can be downloaded and finding that 25% was no cakewalk either. Not to mention, I would have to believe that most, if not all the release dates are wrong.
I’m not kidding you! Go look for yourself, and have fun going through the search list for each version. For the sake of this site, you should seriously consider using public ftp. Going through each version on the list to see if it’s available is totally unorthodox.
Sorry for being harsh, but your response is inaccurate.
I just checked. The download page does seem to be broken. I’m sure it’s unintentional, but a random sampling of builds all came up empty, and the release dates do seem to be messed up.
I see nothing with this download mechanism. Usually, I’m looking for the latest release (which is on the main page), and (once the page is fixed :)) I can easily find the particular older release I’m looking for.
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