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Each packs (except Edms AR & ARNR) now contains a Notepad named “Version” as well as a link to the website.
What is it useful for?
This lets you know if you have the latest update of the pack,
as well as giving you a link to update it.
What do the version numbers mean?
The versions are separated into four parts.
Like so: A.B.C.D
A = Major Update (Representing a global restructuring of the pack)
B = Minor Update
(Representing only minor modifications. Like additions / deletions of arrows. Modification of .SM or .SSC)
C = The number of songs in the pack
(This lets you know if you really need to download the whole pack or just the added Steps.)
Example: If your version is 126.96.36.199 and it becomes 188.8.131.52.
You know that only one Step of six Charts has been added.
D = The number of total Charts
Allows you to know if a Charts have been added and / or removed. This is closely linked to B.
Then you have the date of the last update of the Pack. This allows you to quickly see if you are up-to-date or not.
Finally, a link to the website is available in the packs folder.
This allows you to go to the page directly to update.
Quick (exaggerated) example:
6 Major Updates, 12 Minor Updates, 35 Steps, 210 Charts
I recommend that you read the [File installation (Extract)] section so that the updates are installed correctly.
I hope this was helpful!