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Latest version of Bidule

Postby seb@plogue » Sat Sep 16, 2006 7:12 am

The latest version of Bidule is always available at this address :

http://www.plogue.com/bidule/latest

This will often be a more recent version than the one from the main page.

For the moment, these files will only be working for registered users however.

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Postby chapelierfou » Sun Sep 17, 2006 5:16 am

Must be sure: running the installer will not erase my layouts and groups?..... :roll:

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Postby davidv » Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:00 am

chapelierfou wrote:Must be sure: running the installer will not erase my layouts and groups?..... :roll:


if it did you would have seen many complaints about it :)

But just make sure you DONT modify the original groups and layoutts that we install, as these WILL be overwritten.

You dont have to uninstall bidule to update it. just install over,
or in another directory, but in this instance there can ONLY be one plogue bidule Rewire Device. ...
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Postby chapelierfou » Mon Sep 18, 2006 2:27 am

Thank you!
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Postby boonier » Tue Sep 19, 2006 1:03 pm

any difference between 0.9204 and 0.9205?

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Postby seb@plogue » Tue Sep 19, 2006 1:11 pm

I know there were more fixes to disk streaming but I would need to dig a bit to give you the complete list.

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Postby naw » Fri Nov 24, 2006 11:35 pm

hey guys long time no speak, Ive been hiding out compleating the new album (60 percent of the record was composed using biddule in one way or another - you get a thank you in the credits Ill get you guys a few copies once it come out in feb 07) but in the mean time as I rise out of my hole and start tring to recreate this stuff live for shows...I have a
question how stable are these "newer" versions found on this non public link compared to the public link off the main web site?
Im asking interms of using it in a live setting... thanks for the info...
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Postby davidv » Sat Nov 25, 2006 2:19 pm

naw wrote:I have a
question how stable are these "newer" versions found on this non public link compared to the public link off the main web site?
Im asking interms of using it in a live setting... thanks for the info...


Thing is "stable" really depends on what you do and on what hardware you use.
You can be certain that we use bidule everyday in here, so we wouldnt let "obvious" bugs or crash non fixed. But every user does their own thing on their own hardware and its quite an impossible task to try all combination of Bidule usages :)

We do hope that people report all the bugs they encounter.
I personally always use the latest :)

Cant wait to hear your stuff.
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Postby naw » Sat Nov 25, 2006 4:54 pm

cool fair enough, Ill just have to give it a swing and see how it flys with my current set up :)
thanks for the reply..
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Postby nathan m » Sat Nov 25, 2006 8:34 pm

I always use the latests and have never had any major problems that were bidule. plenty of problems that were me and once I had a piece of popping corn stuck in my firewire cable.
I keep an old version, try a few patches and different hardware configurations. any major problems with new releases seem to be caught by someone in the first few days.

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Postby wip » Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:50 pm

there's no way for new user to try bidule (even an old version) before buying it? i would love to see it in action. also it could be nice to have a video on the web showing it in action!

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Postby seb@plogue » Thu Feb 22, 2007 9:39 am

there's no way for new user to try bidule (even an old version) before buying it?


Not until the new release is ready, the demo mode in Bidule is time-limited with a specific date (instead of 15/30 days from installation/first run time).

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Postby Per Boysen » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:39 am

Hi Seb and everyone,

I downloaded the new version. On my OSX box it 9306 worked just fine. But on my Windows XP box I got an error message ayng that it can not find the "order number 55 in the DLL file portaaudio_x86". Any ideas?

.................................. (edit:)
Eventually I had the problem because I downloaded only the EXE file, "PlogueBidule9306.zip"? Is that correct?

There is another file, that seems to be for Windows, named "PlogueBiduleInstaller.exe". I'll try that one instead to see if it makes any difference to the PC.

Yes, that one worked on the PC machine. Thanks.
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Postby knob_alchemist » Mon Feb 26, 2007 8:25 am

When do you release the new version :?:

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Postby jersmi » Wed Jan 23, 2008 6:31 pm

.9603 does not have CMD-W for closing windows on OSX?


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