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Release Notes FAQ

What does RC at the end of the Version indicate?

The term RC denotes Release Candidate.  These entries will only be displayed when the latest release available for download on our website is a Release Candidate.  There will only be at most one RC shown. When a new beta, RC or production version is released all the changes since the previous production release are rolled up into the new release.


What does Beta at the end of the Version indicate?

The term Beta denotes Beta Release of a product.   This will only be displayed when the latest release available for download on our website is a Beta Release.  There will only be at most one Beta shown. When a new beta, RC or production version is released all the changes since the previous production release are rolled up into the new release.


How do I see a list of all the changes from my current version up to the latest released version?

Simply select each version after your current version by clicking on all versions after your version one by one.

For example, if you are currently running version 2.4.2.0 and would like to see all the relevant changes up to the current production (e.g. 2.7.0.1) then

  • Click on 2.6.0.0, 2.7.0.0 & 2.7.0.1

Note: The release notes include all the changes included in the product since version 2.1.0.0 was released (version 2.1.0.1 was the first production release after version 2.1.0.0).  If you are running a version of WhereScape 3D prior to 2.1.0.0 and require a list of changes since that version, please contact WhereScape Support by opening a support ticket from the WhereScape Support Portal.