|Tony||11/01/2005 06:06 am|
|Hello! I am using OE pro 3.9 service pack 2 and can open multiple instances of OE pro to run in parallel. Is it possible to have a different sequencer running in each instance?
Right now I start the sequencers using batch files to open soe files, but when the second project batch file starts an soe file and the second instance of OE pro opens, it only shows the sequence running that opened in the first instance of OE. It doesn`t start another sequence.
This is an example of the batch file:
c:\Program Files\Offline Explorer Pro\OE.exe" /instance "c:\automation\sequencers\xxx.soe" /close
Is there something wrong with the batch file, or can OE not run a unique sequence in each instance?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/01/2005 12:24 pm|
|I need to check this. I will do it the next week when I am back to our office.
|Tony||11/01/2005 07:50 pm|
|OK Oleg - I look forward to hearing from you. Are you on a beach somewhere getting a suntan?!|
|Oleg Chernavin||11/02/2005 07:11 am|
|No, I am on a kind of a business trip. :-)
|Oleg Chernavin||11/08/2005 08:29 am|
|I just checked and it works in 4.0 version. Can you please try it?
|Tony||11/09/2005 03:47 am|
|Ok Oleg, I will.
Isn`t this still in beta version though? I get nervous of beta versions....but hopefully it is stable.
I bought OE pro earlier this year. What will the upgrade price be?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/09/2005 04:09 am|
|Yes, beta version is stable. If you purchased it on or after July 1st, 2005, the upgrade is free.
In any case, there will be 3.9 SR3 version released to provide with the latest update all users who do not want 4.0 version.
|Tony||11/15/2005 11:33 pm|
I have used 4.0 beta for a few days and it seems to work fine.
Keep up the good work!
|Oleg Chernavin||11/16/2005 02:46 am|