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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:52 am 
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It will take longer than february. Our current estimation of release date is March.


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What a shame :P (joke inside :D)
I bought APP the 20/01/08. Then I would have to pay the big price for APG but no problem, I prefer to wait and have THE application :)

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How long it takes to do something nobody ever did before?

That it is only when back from an unknown territory with the precise map they were in charge to establish that explorers can know the size of the crew and the amount of furnitures they should have taken, the duration of the trip and the kind of discoveries they should have anticipated is both obvious and unacceptable. As a result the wisest among them shamelessly wait for the return of one or more competitors before they leave.

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Interestingly, from an English as first language point of view, Edge@51's comments are not harsh and do express the "ton humouristique" that I think he was after. My French is not adequate to put the idiom into his native tongue, but I think his meaning came across well.

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Yes, 'What a shame' has very much the same meaning/connotation as 'What a pity' in colloquial English - it seems it doesn't when translated to French. So Edge's English is in fact rather good and his comments would not be perceived as harshly critical by native English speakers.

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How is the actual state of development?
When is the next release planned (alpha 3 or beta?)?


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We're expecting (eagerly) a new beta version this week. I don't suppose the final will be here before the end of the month... but I do hope so.

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This beta is really stable, so we should hopefully be on schedule.


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Where do we get the autopano 2 latest beta?


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http://www.autopano.net/wiki/action/view/Latest_Beta

But it's not out yet.


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Beta 1 is out now :D
Did you forget the download links on the beta page?


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Not quite yet! :D


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It's Beta time :D

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Thanks for this Beta, Alexandre.
After having solved some nightmare, I wish you to have good dreams :cool:

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how do i register this, i have autopano pro but I would like to try the Giga version out, and eventually buy it, when its done.

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Its in the readme, at the bottom:
http://www.autopano.net/forum/t5510-autopano-giga-beta-1-readme


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Thanks DrSlony, getting ahead of my self :-)


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