N2 Build 180 = Sync Status + Diagnostics

N2 Build 180 has been pushed live.  This is a maintenance release to addresses a number of sync-related issues that folks have been reporting.  90% of the changes are invisible under the hood type stuff.  But the 10% that you can see include:

  • hovering your mouse over the sync button shows more detailed status info
  • pressing shift+0  (that’s shift+zero)  will bring up a gnarly looking diagnostics panel

That diagnostics panel is for troubleshooting with the dev team.  It’s not a very friendly looking dialog box, but for our developers it’s like a beacon of light.  It should prove invaluable for helping us figure out how to resolve issues you may be experiencing.

So, please refresh your browsers a few times until you see Build 180.

Thanks everyone, and have a great weekend.

 

Comments

3 Comments on N2 Build 180 = Sync Status + Diagnostics

  1. David Drake on Sat, 9th Apr 2011 10:27 pm
  2. Thanks, Elbert and entire Nirvana team for your hard work!

  3. David on Sun, 10th Apr 2011 7:44 pm
  4. Sorry, I’m deleting this comment, as it’s maybe somewhat misleading.
    Feel free to contact me via discussion forums if you’d like.

    Thanks otherwise.

    David

  5. Gregory on Mon, 11th Apr 2011 2:56 am
  6. Just one thought: I like this small and often release schedule. It lets me know progress is being made. And though I probably won’t see any of it visually, it’s still nice.

    Thanks guys! Nirvana just gets awesomer and awesomer.

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