Admin wrote:Guys, really. The reason for this beta releases is to give app developers chance to keep up with API changes. It's not meant for general usage. Also we have submitted an bugfix update to AppStore before the beta was released (so the update doesn't reflect the changes). Now if we pull the update and replace it with another one, it will get to the end of review queue again.
Seriously guys. Us Regular joes are not even supposed to have 4.2 yet. As the admin stated a beta release is meant to allow devs to to verify compatability etc.. Let's do them a favor and let them do that.
+1 to this. I have access to the code also but I will not place it on my personal devices because things will be broken and I expect them to be broken. I will be the first to place it on my devices when it goes golden and the first to complain it things are still broken. So be patient and smart about it.
Admin wrote:Update has already been submitted to Apple. At this point we can't do much else.
If the update was submitted on Sept. 22nd it would have been in the app store by now. 7-10 days for an updated app to be approved this is the 10th business day and that's only when they are super busy which is during holidays...
I downloaded the new iPad version this morning, after excitedly seeing the update on the App Store which I hoped would fix the 4.2 issue as an update was said to be submitted around 20 days ago, but it still doesn't work for me.
If anything its worse as it no longer gives a directory of the server any more (it spots the server using Bonjour, but after a while I get an alert box saying "communication error" a server with the specified hostname could not be found))
The current server setup works fine on my iPhone (which is on iOS 4.1) without problems. I am on server version 2.4.3, and 4.2 beta 2 on the iPad.
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