Read out ctrlr version number?

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  • #117165
    higgy
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    Is there a method to read out the version number of CTRLR ?

    Franky

    #117178
    missionrec
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    Click the “help” menu in the Ctrlr window?

    #117218
    goodweather
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    I don’t think it is possible to find the Ctrlr version number through a method but you can find the version of your panel by a method

    #117223
    higgy
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    thanks, I would have liked to read out the ctrlr version during panel init to prevent people (ignoring to ‘RTFM’) running the panels on non-functional/depreciated ctrlr installs.

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    #117230
    goodweather
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    Exporting the panel as instance should prevent any issue.
    Instance: creates an .exe file that contains the panel, its resources but also the complete Ctrlr program. It can be used to distribute your panel without having people downloading something. Everything is editable, people can switch mode…

    For the others using .panel or .panelz files, they should know to only use 5.3.201 (Windows) or 5.3.198 (Mac)

    #117291
    higgy
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    the pannels in question are offered both as bpanelz + exe, but I cannot export for OSX 😉

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