July 29th 2022 (one year since last official community release)

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A file that is 7 MB that gives me this when I open it:
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Until useable, directly executable files are available for M, W, &L, I, for one, can no NOTHING WHATSOEVER about promoting OpenXTalk.

I would suppose you DO have the wherewithall to compile these 3, as I know I do not.
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richmond62 wrote: Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:44 pm I would suppose you DO have the wherewithall to compile these 3, as I know I do not.
Exactly. For all of us who don't want to sit and have to compile something, just so we can begin using OpenXTalk (and after, all - that's the reason we wanted to use OpenXTalk in the first place: otherwise we'd just use Visual Studio, XCode, or Python/GCC.

We just want something we can download and run. At the moment, all anyone sees if they don't want to compile themselves is:

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tperry2x wrote: Sun Sep 18, 2022 7:52 am
richmond62 wrote: Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:44 pm I would suppose you DO have the wherewithall to compile these 3, as I know I do not.
Exactly. For all of us who don't want to sit and have to compile something, just so we can begin using OpenXTalk (and after, all - that's the reason we wanted to use OpenXTalk in the first place: otherwise we'd just use Visual Studio, XCode, or Python/GCC.

We just want something we can download and run. At the moment, all anyone sees if they don't want to compile themselves is:

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Hmm, I should consider having that tattooed...
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overclockedmind wrote: Sun Sep 18, 2022 8:14 am Hmm, I should consider having that tattooed...
Perhaps we could have some tshirts made up:

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haha, brilliant.
Yes - pleeeeeeaaaasssseeee !!!!! lol
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