lease Notes for Ready to Play
Version 0.98[b].080 September 15, 2009
Version 0.98[b].093 September 21, 2009
Version 0.98[b].098 September 23, 2009
Version 0.98[b].103 September 24, 2009
Version 0.98[b].200 October 1, 2009
Version 0.98[b].210 October 20, 2009
Version 0.98[b].211 October 20, 2009
Version 0.98[b].222 October 29, 2009
Version 0.98[b].230 November 5, 2009
Version 0.98[b].238 November 19, 2009
Version 0.98[b].242 November 20, 2009
Kirk WindischSoftware DevelopmentStardock Corporation
I rebooted my Vista x64 PC for the first time in a few days - possibly since before the latest RTP update. I rebooted because I'd just installed another app set (Visual C# Express 2010 Beta 2) and it required a reboot. Afterwhich, at next logon, Ready to Play crashed, as I had it set to run at logon. Thinking that it may be conflicting with any of the other many programs and applets I have loading at startup (or one of the many components that get installed along with any of the VS Express packages, e.g., .NET 4 beta), I tried running it separately, with the same negative result. I selected Verfiy Installation from the app context menu in Impulse and it reported no problems.
So... I uninstalled Ready to Play and reinstalled and that resolved the issue. This may also indicate that the "Verify Installation" option in Impulse is not functional.
Ready to Play v0.98[b].213 (Build: 3579)Last Updated: 10/26/2009
[Edited to add: I happen to see a suspiciously similar topic here, noting that the problems started after a reboot following a pending application installation completion. http://forums.impulsedriven.com/367272 ]
Later today we will release Ready to Play 0.98[b].222. I just updated the release notes above for this release.
Please note that you will need to update to this version for the chat to work going forward. Older versions still point to a different chat server for compatability, but all users should update to this version before using Ready to Play.
We just release Ready to Play 0.98[b].230. Again, please see the release notes above for this release.
I had ready to play installed on my machine when I had vista but after I had to wipe my machine and install Windows 7 when I install ready to play and try and run it I get an error message saying that it stopped working. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling and nothing solves the problem.
What's in today's update?
Now that RtP has been put on hold, should we assume that some of the matchmaking technology will be used in Elemental, Impulse Reactor, or other products in development? RtP showed great promise.
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