Can you explain how you'd revert back from a portable copy? my copy of the next snap failed to update yesterday. Thanks.
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On 2/18/2018 1:01 AM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
My answer nowadays is to use the next snap, and use master as my installed copy. As long as you have a portable copy of the release version you can always revert back.
That way the updates arrive automatically via the snap internal downloader for both versions as Next now no longer uses the browser to download new versions.
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Subject: [nvda] Master snapshot is only 540k
is the servers playing up? For the last couple of days i have been trying to download a master snapshot and each time it comes down it is only about 540k. Is the server playing up? for when i go to click on it up comes a security smart screen I think it is the windows one.
I am also wondering if things have changed like it is a stub then it gets the main file? I am guessing not.
I usually like once a week to see what might of gone into it each week.
Has any one else had the same problems?
This was doing it from inside of the master snapshot under the help section.
I have also tried it from the main page and still got the same results.
This was again on feb 18th and also tried on the 17th
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