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Comment from: RoderichV [Visitor]
RoderichVHello,
great stuff, you did a great job.
How about existing translations in 2.15. Are there any restrictions while running the update to 2.16 with existing translations?

sincerely
Roderich
21/08/12 @ 01:31
Comment from: ajdonnison [Member] Email
ajdonnisonHi Roderich,

Translations are unaffected, although the coverage for translations is now greater so that the translators will be able to provide a better result with this release.
21/08/12 @ 14:36
Comment from: MikeW [Visitor]
MikeWGood evening, trying the dotproject looks very interesting, some fine work. I have a ms project 2010, I went to the import project add on, casey says he nolonger supports dotproject. Is there some other way to import ms project files that i am missing?

Thanks
27/08/12 @ 15:15
Comment from: Kumar [Visitor]
KumarGreat Stuff Guys.

It really helped me in delivering hi-end DC projects
27/08/12 @ 21:10
Comment from: ajdonnison [Member] Email
ajdonnisonMikeW, I had thought that the importer was under an open source license, in which case you should be able to request an earlier version that is compatible with dotProject, and get or pay someone to maintain a fork.
29/08/12 @ 10:15
Comment from: Simon Cooper [Visitor]
Simon CooperWe're looking forward to implementing the upgrade, but always have tweaks and changes we require to make it work for us. Will the github respository be updated to include this new version, as this would make integrating our changes easier?

https://github.com/BigBlueHat/dotproject/tree/dotproject-2.1.3

12/09/12 @ 00:34
Comment from: andreas24th [Visitor]
andreas24thLooks very good and definitely a big improvement. Only on the translation side I have a show-stopper. I've installed the German files from 2006 (are there any new once?). Working with the in-build translation function will repeating delete ALL translations, even if you have not changed anything, just by pressing submit. This is with a new installation. Any ideas?
01/10/12 @ 22:28
Comment from: bob [Visitor]
bobwhat is the default password for 'admin'? i cannot login to the system after installing and it kept prompting 'FAILED LOGIN'
28/10/12 @ 14:16
Comment from: ajdonnison [Member] Email
ajdonnisonSimon,

We are currently looking at GIT repos, but we are likely to simply convert the SVN repo to GIT on SourceForge rather than yet another external repo.
15/11/12 @ 15:51
Comment from: ajdonnison [Member] Email
ajdonnisonandreas24th, that issue was resolve recently and certainly in the 2.1.7 release.
15/11/12 @ 15:52
Comment from: ajdonnison [Member] Email
ajdonnisonbob, the default admin password is 'passwd'. You should, of course, change that as soon as you have installed and configured.
15/11/12 @ 15:53

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