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Old 12-17-2008 , 04:26 AM    #1 (permalink)

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One of your links
Sorry Maarten to bother you again so soon but from your web page:

The Palace Visual Chat | Help | Manuals | The Palace User Software Guide for Windows

When I gave that link to someone to download The Palace Software
for windows when they clicked on Windows 3.6 Palace Client they got the message "Page not found" so I tried to click on it and got the same message!

And while I got ya lol I noticed it says windows 3.6 and I am using 3.5. What's the difference?

Thanks and sorry again to bother you! I know you are busy.

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Old 12-17-2008 , 10:25 AM    #2 (permalink)

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Whoops, thanks for letting me know! And there is no need to apologize for anything nobody is forcing me to read this :P To be honest I'm glad someone cares enough to point it out.

The 3.6 and 3.5 are identical, the only difference is in 3.6 I changed the button pictures to make it look less 1980 :)

Please don't ask me for help in private, use the USER QUESTIONS forum if you need help.

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Old 12-17-2008 , 02:43 PM    #3 (permalink)

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Well, I know no one is forcing you to read this lol BUT I don't want you to ever get tired of it either when doesn't look like anyone helping you?

Another link that would not come up!

I was thinking about upgrading to 3.6 Palace from the 3.5 I have so was going to look through your questions and answers to see if there was anything there about if there would be any problems to upgrade? I am also getting the dreaded blue screen on windows xp sometimes when I use The Palace Software. I don't have any problems with PServer on my computer but for some reason Palace Software is acting up and when I try to set it to the compatibility setting it won't work at all.

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