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Directory Opus + Video Guide


Directory Opus is now available as a free update for all Directory Opus 10 users.

Evaluation period reset:

[ul][li]If you have been test-driving Directory Opus 10.0 or 10.1 and your 60-day evaluation has run out, you can request a new 60-day evaluation for Directory Opus 10.2 to see what’s new.

[li]If you’re currently using an Opus 10.0 or 10.1 evaluation certificate then you’ll need a new 10.2 evaluation certificate as the old eval cert won’t work with the new version (it will say the old cert has expired). You’ll get a full 60-day period from the new cert.

[li]If you’ve purchased Opus 10 already then you don’t need to do anything. Your existing certificate will continue to work with all 10.x versions and never expires.[/li][/ul]


[ul][li]You can download the update via the GPSoftware website, or use Check For Program Updates in the program’s Help menu.

[li]If you use the German (Deutsch) version of Opus, go to Haage & Partner’s downloads page for the program update, Help file and additional resources translated into German. (For all other languages, use GPSoftware’s site.)[/li][/ul]
The update includes everything from the 10.1.0.x beta versions:

[ul][li] (39 changes)[/li]
[li] (17 changes)[/li]
[li] (34 changes)[/li][/ul]

The update also includes the following new change:

[ul][li]Fixed issue where adding a file from a plugin archive (e.g. 7z) to a ZIP file could in some cases mean that files then extracted from that ZIP file would have their sizes set to 4 GB.[/li][/ul]

Additionally, 10.2 represents the official release of Directory Opus Light.

Video Guide:

[ul][li]This video accompanies the new release and includes an introduction to Directory Opus Light and highlights of features added since the previous highlights video:[/li][/ul]

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