Hopefully I'm not being a complete idiot, but I ticked the "Search for beta
versions" in RDi's iSphere Updates preferences, then pressed the search for
updates button, but it says "There is no new version available". So instead
I used the beta-version site and installed the iSphere plugin again.

Once RDi restarted, I checked out the preferences page and played with the
data queues. Everything looks fine and works much better, even the warning
message about 259 characters in the view itself. I didn't check out the
change to the spooled file editor because I'm unclear what the change is,
or whether I would notice, but I'm sure someone else is checking it out for

Thanks again.


On 28 September 2016 at 19:17, Tools/400 <thomas.raddatz@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Paul,

I uploaded iSphere 2.9.2.b002. Please install the beta version and let
me know if it works for you.

Here are the changes of beta2:

• Changed spooled file editor back to be an editor instead of being a
browser, because the search option is more comfortable. The editor is
read-only, now.

• Fixed problem, that messages, retrieved from a data queue, were not
correctly copied to the clipboard.

• Added option to specify the maximum number of messages to retrieve
from a data queue.

• Added option to specify a replacement character that is used to
replace non-displayable characters when retrieving messages from a data

• Added warning message for data queue messages exceeding the 259 table
column boundary of MS Windows.

• Added additional demo/test data queues to the iSphere library. (not
yet included in the save file)


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