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    nice! thank you.
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    Thanks for yet another non-official thing.
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    Thank a lot !
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    Thanks very much for the new version...

    Testing it (32bit only) was completely uneventful.


    Much appreciated.

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    Thanks for version 86.0!!
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    Thanks for the informations.
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  9. Originally Posted by autodidact View Post
    Here is release version 86.0.

    Thanks for that. MKVtoolnix 85 and 86 gave a "d3d12.dll missing" error on my win 7 64 bit when I tried to open gui.exe
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    Originally Posted by David Banner View Post
    Thanks for that. MKVtoolnix 85 and 86 gave a "d3d12.dll missing" error on my win 7 64 bit when I tried to open gui.exe
    If I'm not mistaken, the qt5 version of the gui executable has a dependency on d3d9.dll.
    There has not been any other reports of this issue so unless someone else can confirm, this may be a problem with your local configuration.
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    Win7 64 and using the 32bit version of MKVtoolnix. No problems here, a search over my drive c: gave this result:

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    Edit:
    Out of curiosity I replaced the 32bit version of MKVtoolnix with the 64bit version. No problems, everything worked just fine. So I believe it must be a problem on David Banner's side...


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