Using two different versions of Revolution on one computer.
tsj at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Apr 15 17:56:04 CDT 2009
Ted - there shouldn't be any real problem maintaining and running two or
more versions of Rev on the one computer. I often have three or more
versions installed and in use. If you look under the help menu you should
see an item named 'Manage versions...'. Selecting this will open a dialog
that shows all of your currently installed versions. You can select and set
the 'default' version of Rev (the one that will open when you double-click a
Rev file in the Finder) from there.
On 16/04/09 9:01 AM, "Ted" <tedl at voyager.net> wrote:
> I've just downloaded the Full Revolution Enterprise 3.5 .dmg file (OS X) to
> my desktop.
> While trying out Rev 3.5, I would also like to continue using my current
> version (2.8.1) for a while.
> Is there anything I need to know before I click the new Rev 3.5?
> Will it attempt to "take control" or overwrite the old version in any way? Or
> can I open and run the old and new versions separately (at different times),
> as was the case in earlier years?
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