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SOS Is omitting my preference to "Never check for updates (why mess with perfection)" setting #50

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tedromanko opened this issue Nov 12, 2014 · 4 comments

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@tedromanko tedromanko commented Nov 12, 2014

I have experienced some issues with 2.3.7 (mainly that SOS is gathering statistics for all historical builds, not just new builds as it did in 2.2.3)
After an update was pushed to my PC even though I had my "Never check for updated" flag set.
I made sure that I am not going crazy and indeed it was set.
Uninstalled the new version 2.3.7 and reinstalled 2.2.3. while I was checking the reputations of team members again the new version of 2.3.7 was pulled and installed right under my nose.

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@tedromanko tedromanko commented Nov 24, 2014

As a last resort I have come up with my own solution...
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@mightymuke mightymuke commented Nov 25, 2014

😆 👍

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@lprichar lprichar commented Nov 25, 2014

lol, great solution. Sorry I haven't gotten back to this or any other sos issues, I've been super busy personally and professionally. I expect some free time coming up shortly to provide a more correct solution for you.

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@lprichar lprichar commented Dec 18, 2014

Hey @tedromanko there is a build that fixes this, but more importantly I think it fixes the underlying TFS issues you were having (if I remember correctly). If you could please try 2.3.9 http://sirenofshame.com/downloads/View?downloadId=30 and let me know how it works for you I would greatly appreciate it, especially since I ended up having to rewrite large sections of the TFS implementation and I'd like some free testing :)

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