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After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin

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Yes, there are the installers. So the Rainmeter still creating/deleting Updates folder in recycle bin, because there is not any installer?
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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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I think I found the problem.

Could you guys try this pre-release version?
https://builds.rainmeter.net/test_builds/Rainmeter-4.5.2.3547-prerelease.exe

Note: After installing this test version, it *should* download the current release (4.5.3). However, the auto updating in the current release version is still broken for Windows 7 users. Once we get some feedback from you, and we release a new version with the fix, this issue should be behind us - but, you will still have to manually install the next release.

Thanks for all your testing!

-Brian
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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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Brian : Yes, new version was downloaded to Updates folder now and nothing was moved to the recycle bin :-) . Only thing, what still missing, is Install new version in right click context menu https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/img/installing-rainmeter/AutoUpdate02.png .
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EDIT: And after restart laptop Rainmeter showed UAC table with install the latest version. So I have now the latest Rainmeter again.
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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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SGvagon wrote: September 28th, 2021, 1:51 am Only thing, what still missing, is Install new version in right click context menu
Seems to work on my Windows 7 test machine.
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It only shows on the context menu for the tray icon. And it will only show if a new version has been downloaded, but before the new version is installed.

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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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Brian wrote: September 27th, 2021, 8:49 pm I think I found the problem.

Could you guys try this pre-release version?
https://builds.rainmeter.net/test_builds/Rainmeter-4.5.2.3547-prerelease.exe

Note: After installing this test version, it *should* download the current release (4.5.3). However, the auto updating in the current release version is still broken for Windows 7 users. Once we get some feedback from you, and we release a new version with the fix, this issue should be behind us - but, you will still have to manually install the next release.

Thanks for all your testing!

-Brian
It works flawlessly! Got the bubble notification and the label in the context menu. I tried clicking on them both (I had to install the prerelease again to test it the second time) and both of them worked perfectly. Updates folder is where it is supposed to be with the installer inside. The update was super instant and silent. Good work!
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Re: After start/restart notebook Rainmeter create Updates folder in recycle bin - Auto update not working - W7

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Brian wrote: September 28th, 2021, 4:31 am Seems to work on my Windows 7 test machine.
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It only shows on the context menu for the tray icon. And it will only show if a new version has been downloaded, but before the new version is installed.

-Brian
Maybe it's my fault, because I have hide Rainmeter icon in tray. I right clicking on my widgets, and there is no New version text. And maybe that's a reason why I didn't saw any bubble notification about new version.