I don't know if anyone else has this problem... the quarterly updates are nice. New features and patches arrive much more quickly in a continuous development type release cycle. That said.. I have found that over the years... there have been significant enough changes that my older code which may "require" a one line update won't run correctly under the current framework. Sometimes it's a matter of the plugin as well. So I need to tag each of my programs to indicate what they were built with and which version of which plugins were used. I try to move programs forward...but sometimes the limitation in on the install base. Code for old versions of linux where newer linux compiles require newer libraries not available for those old linux installs. I find that I have most every version of Xojo installed back to 2014 Release 1.1 -- and I'm using 25 GB of drive space to keep all these combinations of app + plugins available. On one hand I'm super happy that different releases can run concurrently. This is often troublesome in some other IDEs. I find I'm often working on two projects at the same time have two different versions of the IDE running concurrently. Perhaps I just need to create corresponding project directories. Otherwise it's kinda hit an miss when I open a project to figure out which version I need to develop in. Anyone else experience this?