Hi Phil, This is what I keep exhorting people to do - use the latest version. This is probably a Frequently Issued Response :-) on the list by now! I know 2.20 has not come out yet, and when it does 2.18.2 will be obsolete, but at the risk of inflaming controversy, isn't about time we started recommending people to go to the 2.19 series?
Again, I am sure the unnecessarily self-deprecating open source humility of referring to development versions as 'unstable' puts people off needlessly. List helpers effectively have to support two streams. I don't have a 2.18.2 installation so I generally ignore questions about that version. I know this is all problematical, but it would appear that 2.20 is not coming out in the forseeable future (tell me it will be soon!), so let's admit that the 2.91.81 and so on are pretty good and very trouble free, and let new users know on the website. Andrew On 5 February 2018 at 04:29, Phil Holmes <m...@philholmes.net> wrote: > "Gunda Hagmüller" <gu...@gundahagmueller.info> wrote in message > news:f6e6780485a1ba8f22c0a76290bc6...@gundahagmueller.info... > >> Hi! >> >> I wanted to download LilyPond 2.18.2 for Windows, but the link >> ... >> <http://download.linuxaudio.org/lilypond/binaries/mingw/lilypond-2.18.2-1.mingw.exe> >> <http://lilypond.org/downloads/binaries/mingw/> >> > > Note that this is quite an old version, and 2.19.81 is quite stable. You > may benefit from using that instead. > _______________________________________________ bug-lilypond mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-lilypond