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I've updated to 10.4.10 and now bruCLONE says that it can't run on versions prior to 10.3.9. What happened?

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Posted: 13 Jul, 2007
The release of bruCLONE v1.1.0 fixes the following issues:
  • Fixed issue with the 10.4.10 update causing bruCLONE to believe that it was running on an older system.
  • Added an additional warning dialog before starting the operation if the target volume is to be formatted.
  • Resolved issue with non-disk volumes showing up in the popup menus for source and target volumes (mounted disk images, iDisk, network volumes).
  • Resolved issue when quitting if the CLONE Watch state has gone into the red warning level.
  • Resolved issue that would popup to "Fresh Clone Recommended" message when a clone was running if the CLONE Watch state has gone into the red warning
To download this update, visit the bruCLONE Updates page.
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