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11-12-15, 08:55 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Kreelor View Post
jeffy162, you intervened instead of Rythal who this message was intended for.

To me, experimenting doesn't make any sense when I've been told that a certain feature will not work. Well, I guess I don't understand. From what I've read, Carbonite Notes (DEV version) is still using Astrolabe -- which is supposedly no longer a 3rd-party addon used by Carbonite, according to Rythal (Ref: his statement "Carbonite does not rely on astrolab, nor is it an included library."). Note: That's his spelling, not mine.

It's too bad nobody has updated the current status of Carbonite and its features and how to work them (or, anything else!). I suppose users are supposed to guess and use trial-and-error to see what works and what doesn't work. Not very professional. I remember when Carbonite used to work flawlessly, but that was a very, very long time ago.

Thanks, jeffy162 for replying to me since Rythal will probably never will. I think he's too busy "still reviewing things" from a year ago.
Carbonite no longer uses Astrolabe - if it ever did use it (I don't know). The latest DEV version does not even have Astrolabe downloaded with it installed (doesn't make any difference, I know, if Astrolabe is already installed somewhere in your addons - IF it makes calls to Astrolabe, that is, which it doesn't [not the Notes module, anyway]). Try it out and see for yourself. It's apparently all we can do, right now.

Sorry 'bout the tone of my post yesterday (well, and maybe today). I just wasn't feeling all that well and it slipped into my typing. Still not feeling all that well, so I hope I caught everything (in my post).
Ahhhh, the vagueries of the aging mind. Wait.... What was I saying?

Carbonite <----- GitHub main module (Maps ONLY) download link. The other modules are also available on GitHub.
Carbonite-CLASSIC<----- GitHub link to Carbonite Classic. Thanks to ircdirk for this!
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