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Testing the Miro 1.2 Release Candidate Builds

March 15th, 2008 by janet

Last week we started the release candidate testing for Miro 1.2. We got some good feedback with the regression testing , made some more important fixes and posted rc1 last night.

We are hoping that rc1 will be the last testing build before release and we could really use your help.

If you take a look at the latest post on the miro testing blog, it will give you some extra information about the fixes and enhancements that are in this release.


5 Responses to “Testing the Miro 1.2 Release Candidate Builds”

  1. Looks good, but there’s no support currently for private rss feeds as in pulling content from rss feeds with passwords..

  2. Joseph Spiegel says:

    I’m giving RC-1 a whilrl and will report back.

  3. Joseph Spiegel says:

    I downloaded and installed (sfter uninstalling 1.1) RC-1 6545. It STILL doesn’t save my settings on reboot. Vista Ultimate. (sadness)

  4. Joseph Spiegel says:

    A few reboots later and Miro is behaving, i.e. starting without asking to register again. It’s Vista, right? I’ll keep banging on it and see how long it lasts!

  5. Eric says:


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