Here, There, Everywhere...
The Live Mesh team is pleased to announce that our next update for Live Mesh for Windows is now available. This release contains numerous bug fixes, as well as a few new features. Please see below for details, and thank you for using Live Mesh.
For those of you keeping track, the new version number is:
Windows Vista User Account Control (UAC) reminder
While we no longer require that UAC be turned on when running Live Mesh on Vista SP1, if you initially installed Live Mesh with UAC turned on, and then turned it off, you might have some issues upgrading. Please see “NOTICE: Updating Live Mesh and User Account Control (UAC)” in the Known Issues sticky on the Live Mesh forums for further information.
Thank you for being one of the first to use Live Mesh!
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Hi, i would appreciate a function "Don't sync when on battery" - on laptop computers
I'm still having a problem with Live Mesh and Windows 7 (build 7057).
When I try to resolve conflicts, it looks like this:
Thank you for making the desktop icons optional! :)
Mesh Desktop still shows date with bug: 3/24/109 instead of 3/24/2009
I opened a bug report weeks ago.
A WM6 client would make an update complete..
Seriously, it's the entire reason I considered a 'Windows Phone'.
I'd rather seen a bug fix for an issue where Live Mesh Remote Desktop causes a WHITE border around the mesh bar in Windows 7, when you click on a different tab (e.g. devices, members).
The new version number is the same as in the previous post.
Great product, byt the way. Thanks!
It is superb. How did I ever manage without it.
Wish I could tap into the Skydrive 25GB.
Is a 'Road Map' available for Live Mesh describing when certain features are planned for release?
Live Mesh could still use a more complete syncing option for folders such that the location of a sync folder can be set on each device. That would make Live Mesh far more useful. That being said, I'm not complaining. I find Live Mesh very useful now!
Windows 7 Build 7057 has the bug that makes the resolve conflict dialog to be unreadable..
Also, on windows 7, snapping the windows on the side or at the top of the screen (to maximize the window, etc) with the live mesh dialog on the right, the animation flashes.
Yeeah, finally it connects to my company firewall (which has mesh.com blocked..).
Does it establish a connection via https now?
Thanks for the update, Win7 was driving me crazy with its skinning problems. Easily fixed, but annoying to deal with.
The wicked Live Mesh updater while restarting my taskbar turned off my quick launch and destroyed the order of icons. Maybe, you tested it really well only Windows 7 now that it is the latest and greatest giving step-treatment to Vista and XP. I'm uninstalling it straightaway. Let me know when you know how to preserver Quicklaunch settings.
Any word on when MOE will be replaced by LOE and we can start using app's that take advantage op the Mesh capability ?