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When you are posting a new bug and can't find similar thread from here (yep, you can use the search :)
please provide the following info with the detailed bug description:

* Version of the Microsoft.NET framework**
* Your operating system and service pack
* Details how to reproduce the problem
* Exception details from the error log

These details helps us to fix the problem. 8)

** .NET 1.1 SP1 for FlashDevelop 2.x / .NET 2.0 for FlashDevelop 3.x


Fri Dec 16, 2005 5:38 pm
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How to find your .NET version?

1) Open a random page in IE (just not about:blank)
2) Enter 'javascript:alert(navigator.userAgent);' in the address bar and press enter

The .NET version is shown in the dialog.


Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:51 pm
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I wanted to propose something... I don't know if you will find it useful. The title of the bug could include the FD version that the user is using, it would allow all people to know the version on which this bug has been detected, or it is present. Something like

3.0.1 The project panel will not refresh after update.

That would be useful, because it would allow people to see at a glance what bugs have been introduced with new versions of Flash Develop, so they would be able to know if they want to update to the new version, or wait for the next one.

It's just a proposal :).

Cheers,

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Tue Oct 12, 2010 8:40 am
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mflmartin wrote:
it would allow people to see at a glance what bugs have been introduced with new versions of Flash Develop
not necessary, the bug could be there all the time and only noticed in that version by some (un)lucky coder.

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Fri Oct 15, 2010 6:11 pm
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true...

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Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:36 am
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punksmurf wrote:
How to find your .NET version?

1) Open a random page in IE (just not about:blank)
2) Enter 'javascript:alert(navigator.userAgent);' in the address bar and press enter

The .NET version is shown in the dialog.


I see about 4 different .NET versions when I do that.


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