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Is there a way to specify what version you want any new projects to have when you create them?

I know that Maestro administrators can change it after it's been created but most of our staff don't have administrator access.

We would like to prevent using Maestro 18.05 as it is currently not working for us at all.

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      Hi Lin,

      We have got this request on our New Features backlog. Currently, you have to create new project with the latest version and downgrade it to a version required.

      Regards,
      Jiri

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        Hi Lin,

        As far as 18.05, not working, please make sure you clear your Browser Cache and then reload Maestro.  If anyone saved a form without doing that, I suggest you revert to a prior saved instance of the form.

        If the problem you are having is related to Preview in Maestro, there is an 18.05.01 patch.

        Cheers,

        Trevor


        1. Lin VanOevelen

          Hi Trevor,

          Yes, we did clear our browser caches.

          Cheers,

          Lin

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        Hi Lin,

        Project version usually is selected after creating the project, and I'd say before create any form inside it.

        Can you see a tab in your selected project called "Project Details"? There you can select the version and all forms will be created based on that version.


        Kind regards,

        Julio.

        1. Lin VanOevelen

          Hi Julio,

          We were able to do this, until release 18.05.01, I suspect. Now, we can only pick the latest release from that dropdown.

          Cheers,

          Lin

        2. Jiri Kanicky

          Hi Lin,

          We found an issue with downgrade and the feature to downgrade was temporarily disabled. It will be enabled as soon as the issue is resolved.

          Regards, Jiri

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