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SleepyHead T3 designation
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Anyone know what that means? It was released a couple of months ago, still part of v.9.8.1, so must be very minor.
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(08-04-2015, 08:50 PM)TyroneShoes Wrote: Anyone know what that means? It was released a couple of months ago, still part of v.9.8.1, so must be very minor.

Where do you see it?

Is it a feature or version number or setting?
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There is a thread on this site announcing the changes for the T3 release.

I don't think we are allowed/able to put URLs into these replies so google "Updates to SleepyHead Testing-0.9.8.1-T3"

Here's the entry from the change log page: "This non-critical repackaging includes updated language translation files. Not necessary to update unless you want the latest and greatest non-English versions of SleepyHead. For Windows users who have trouble extracting the zip files, there are two alternative self-extracting ".exe" files available"
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Non-commercial URLs are fine to post.

The T3 ending is shown on the download files from the SleepyHead download page at:

http://www.sleepfiles.com/SH2/


From the changelog page:

http://www.sleepfiles.com/SH2/changelog.htm

Quote:The "T1" in the version numbering stands for "Translation update 1".

This non-critical repackaging includes updated language translation files. Not necessary to update unless you want the latest and greatest non-English versions of SleepyHead.

The T3 ending is the same installation files, but with the newest non-English translation language files, which were updated on 5-21-2015.

If you speak English only, there's no need to update the program.

For a more detailed explanation, go here:

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...SleepyHead


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