Having updated a number of software packages on my Mac in the last couple of 
days, I note that a typical ‘check for updates’ sequence overwrites the 
previous version of the package: for LiveCode, this ain’t so, so one has to 
delete the older version oneself. I guess this is OK if it’s clearly explained 
to newbies, and there are obvious advantages if you want to go back to the 
earlier version, but personally I would like the choice to keep or replace when 
the installation starts. Anyone else think this is a good idea?

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