Sure, we'll provide you with a link. Please give us a moment. Can you let us know what is wrong with V4? Thanks!
Thank you! If I try to add protocols, the list loads indefinetely. Also if I try to add Scripts via "Open Script Manager", there are no scripts showing up. Niether in "Your script library" nor in "Get new scripts online". If i try to refresh, nothing happens. There also seems to be a problem with "Check software update". It always results in an Error: An error occured. The request is not valid. Error code: Tag "OS_WIN" not found I am working on WIN7 x64 Cheers Simon
We are currently fixing this bug, it won't take too long. Do you want a link to the previous version anyway ?
Ok, you can download previous version here : https://drive.google.com/file/d/16hp3CXwZ-AnGuTchBuOvywZRu_PDMoW8/view?usp=sharing
Bug fixed, you can download v4.0.1 here : https://www.ikalogic.com/scanastudio/
@sosi, I highly recommend you switch to V4, the isse you had was related to new website architecture, and is now solved, but V4 brings so many new features!
I have a related request. That is totally up to you of course but that would be nice if at least some previous versions were available on your website and the file name had version in it. I added an AUR package for Arch linux users recently and it downloads ScanaStudio from your website to build Arch linux package. Every time you release new version, the package building fails because of checksum mismatch. https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/scanastudio/ I understand you provide binary package with own installation scripts for linux but in my opinion it's more convenient when software you install is managed by a distro package system.
Hi @ruslanm Totally understand what you're saying. We'll work on modifying the deployment script in such a way that we keep unique binaries in an archive on the website. Thanks for sharing your issue :)
Hi @ruslanm, You can find a list of binaries here : https://www.ikalogic.com/scanastudio/previous-releases/ Each update will be added here since now, and theses links should be fixed.