Want to try the Release Candidate for version 1.2.1?

What is a Release Candidate?

A version of a program that nearly ready for release but may still have a few bugs; the status between beta version and release version.

The Release Candidate upgrader can be obtained by clicking the green ball on animation island. The object will turn your old EZ Animator Deluxe (v1.0.4 and above) into a shiny new one without you having to move all the animations. I’ve also added instructions on the web on how to do the upgrade. And rather than make another long post about what the update contains, take a look at the posts I’ve tagged with Updates.

Please note, only people who own the EZ Animator Deluxe already can get the update. If you think you own one and it’s not giving it to you, IM Keiki Lemieux.

UPDATE: Changes/bug fixes as of Friday, July 11th:

  • When using the button to sit anywhere (lower right button on the AO buttons), you can now change the sit using the groundsit menu.
  • HUDDLE gives feedback when you change the name for emotes (/99set name Keiki).
  • /99n MacroName was only working properly for the first 10 macros. It’s fixed now.

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7 Responses to “Want to try the Release Candidate for version 1.2.1?”

  1. Carol Sodertelge Says:

    WooHoo! The update was sooo smooth, it couldn’t be easier… thanks Keiki!

  2. Keiki Lemieux Says:

    Yay! Thanks for the feedback.

  3. Shannon Carroll Says:

    Keiki! The update was painless, flawless, and … well lengthy, but that’s not your fault, I don’t think, and more to do with SL just being slow in general for me on a LOT of things today. It IS the weekend. 🙂

    There’s only one little tiny “error” that I’ve noticed so far, and I don’t know if it was intentional or not, but I suspect not…

    When you hit the icon to load a macro/dance list/etc notecard, it includes the ones that begin with “~AO_”. The AO config section is still behaving normally. I’m pretty sure that trying to play my AO config notecards as macros would have … uh interesting results. ^.^

    You may (probably) have already noticed this, or had it reported to you, but I just thought I’d mention it in the unlikely event that that’s not the case.

    Thanks much for a painless update process, and for a great product that I use for ummm… EVERYTHING! <333

  4. Keiki Lemieux Says:

    Shannon, thanks for the feedback. You might be surprised to find out that what you noticed with the AO notecards is on purpose. Now when you click the Load Notecard button, you see all notecards. The AO notecards however are sorted to the bottom. When you click the Load AO Notecard button, you again see all notecards, but the AO notecards are sorted to the top.

    This change is to address the numerous problems new customers have had, trying to find their notecards before they realize that there is two different buttoms.

  5. Shannon Carroll Says:

    Hmmm ok, on purpose then! 🙂 I was wrong.

    I’m not terribly fond of this change for me, but if it makes life easier for you, I’m all for it. Less support issues is always a good thing for a merchant and scripter 😉

  6. Carol Sodertelge Says:

    I have noticed with this RC that macros ignore the leading blanks of a line, which makes all my pretty emotes left justified. I found that if I put a . as the first character of each new line in the macros, it works.

  7. Keiki Lemieux Says:

    Oh shoot, Carol, can you send me an example? I am now stripping out the whitespace at the beginning and end of each command of a macro to help with certain errors that people make. I hadn’t thought that people were using the whitespace for emotes. If I can, I’d like to come up with a solution that doesn’t break old macros like yours.

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