said by JoePro:
I think he's trying to point out that build 2.1.2514.2 is not version 2.2 but version 2.1
I think that Martin doesn't understand version numbers and how companies release software.
Microsoft DirectX is a perfect example.
The table below from Wikipedia here:
is attached here:DirectX Versions.doc 9768 bytes
If anyone here including Martin, can explain how Microsoft's version numbers for DirectX relate to the DirectX releases; I will listen to complaints about Bell.
Otherwise; 2.1.2514.2 is version 2.2
Live with it.
Edits: [att=1] or [att = 1] is flakey; no apologies
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I have used this flag many months, but since the dslreports Internet outage a few months back, this is the second time tried and the second time it didn't work the first time.