Older versions in Downloads section

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Post by Anonymous997 » 05-23-20 3:24 pm

Like the title says, this topic is about older versions in the downloads section. When you click on the "Older Versions" menu in download, it only goes back to Synthesia 9. Some people like me want to have older versions of the game, and for some of us, Synthesia 9 isn't far back enough. So, could you (the moderators & admins) add options to download versions to at least 0.8.3? Because I really like that version. :)

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Post by Nicholas » 05-24-20 3:21 am

At least for development versions, this works.

To find the revision numbers, check the Previous Development Updates topic list.

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Post by Anonymous997 » 05-24-20 11:58 am

I don't understand what you mean. I don't know how to manipulate the URL to get build 0.8.3.

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Post by Anonymous997 » 05-24-20 12:05 pm

Wait, i got 0.8.3 by entering this link: https://synthesia.app/files/Synthesia-r1722.zip, and it actually worked!! thank you!!

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Post by Anonymous997 » 05-24-20 4:57 pm

But, are you sure it's the final version? because I found it in development updates... If so, could you send me a link or put an attachment of the final version?

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Post by Nicholas » 05-25-20 12:23 am

Try this one: https://cdn.synthesia.app/files/old_Synthesia-0.8.3.zip

I added the "old_" prefix to the filenames to break the links used by software aggregation websites to ancient versions of the app. They have (had?) a habit of delivering old software to people, which generated a lot of extra support email back in the day. The good news is that most of those vultures seem to have moved on to the mobile space now.

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Post by Anonymous997 » 06-05-20 12:15 pm

Yes thank you

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Post by Anonymous997 » 06-09-20 11:52 am

I also found a way to get an insaller instead of a zip file. Replace the .zip part with -installer.exe, and it works. Here's an example:
The installer attachment failed to upload. Sorry about that. Well, I have a text file guide instead of the installers themself.
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