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Old 03-16-2008, 09:39 PM   #460
The Old Man
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longam has confirmed (by testing it again) that the uninstall procedure of S3D was indeed the problem. Unfortunately, I have not been able to replicate it. I do have identified a piece of code that possibly is the offending bit. I have modified it and will send a test release to longam. When he confirms the problem is gone, I will release v0.7, together with a couple of new features.

My recommendation to not use the uninstall procedure by v0.6 and v0.6.1 still stand, as I can't pinpoint the exact cause and thus cannot guarantee it will not cause similar problems to you. I will provide a complete manual uninstall instruction in the next days. Otherwise, you can remove all files by hand, and use a registry cleaner to remove keys/info related to S3D.

Just to emphasize, S3D itself is safe to use.
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