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Livecode 9.6.1 download links

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This post is a result of,
this post:
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Trying to track down Livecode Community 9.6.1
Because it seems like 9.6.1 would still build 32-bit Mac Standalones, whereas anything past that seems not to.

So far, thanks to the help of Richmond and Mic, we have links for:

Mac:
https://archive.org/download/live-code- ... _1-Mac.dmg

Windows:
https://web.archive.org/web/20201111235 ... x86_64.exe

Linux:
Success, found this on one of my backup drives where I still have a copy... looking for somewhere large enough online to upload it to...
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That's brilliant. So, is 9.6.1 the base we should be using for OXT? - this is more a question directed towards OpenXTalkPaul as hopefully we only need to take some bits from 9.6.1 to make 9.6.3 build for 32bit mac?
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I am about to try to upload those to the Archive as who knows how long that site will be available.

https://archive.org/details/live-code-c ... nux_202309 64-bit

https://archive.org/details/live-code-c ... -6-1-linux 32-bit

Not very pretty, I'm afraid, as not part of the rest . . .
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Thanks Richmond.
I've also downloaded 9.6.1 for Mac, Linux (32 & 64 bit) and Windows (32 & 64 bit), just in case things cease to exist online. If these archive links go too for whatever reason, I have 9.6.1 in a Dropbox online backup and also saved on a backup drive (and a clone of that drive) here.
I always try to keep a backup, (and a backup of the backup) locally.
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