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    Quote Originally Posted by lagnat View Post
    And I should point out that it's still working for me. Just checked it again.
    Interesting... Just tried with Chrome, Firefox and Safari on my Mac and the link for me is just the # symbol... the link for 4.0.7 works though
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    Ok... when in doubt clear cache and refresh and it works for me now..

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    It is now working for me as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich02818 View Post
    It is now working for me as well!
    Fantastic! Like I said, this shouldn't be a permanent solution... it was just the fast thing to get the code to you. Git to SVN doesn't seem to behave very well at all so it's gonna take a little bit of time to get a firm solution and implement it. It is a priority even when we have two frameworks very close to big releases.
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    Related question.. what should we do about bugs that we find in the nightly releases? Is it proper to use the 4.1 beta and/or bugs forum for those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lagnat View Post
    Related question.. what should we do about bugs that we find in the nightly releases? Is it proper to use the 4.1 beta and/or bugs forum for those?
    Will get an answer for you today on this. It is kind of use at your own risk but if a bug is found from a change then it would be nice to get rid of it fast... maybe just if the bug is in a couple nightlies then it could be a bug but I will be asking for more clarification on this and will get back to you.
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    Looks like nightlies are not supported and are use at your own risk. We will be putting up a disclaimer to say this. However, if a bug remains for more than a week, I would think it should be safe to say it is a bug... just don't want false positives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Looks like nightlies are not supported and are use at your own risk. We will be putting up a disclaimer to say this. However, if a bug remains for more than a week, I would think it should be safe to say it is a bug... just don't want false positives.
    Hey Mitchell, are these nightly builds really the very latest code for 4.1 beta3? I have been monitoring several bugs that have been marked as "fixed" that are still not working correctly using the nightly builds:

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?177623
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?176903
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?176886

    In fact, there doesn't seem to be any indication that the files that obviously need to be changed to fix these bugs have been changed. Is this really the latest and greatest every night, or is there another SVN branch that we're just not getting? Thanks.

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