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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi View Post
    It will be available later this week
    Hi Rudi, did you mean the new theme or patch, or both?

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    I mean the patch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi View Post
    I mean the patch
    Thank you Rudi. Do you have any info regarding the new theme release date? If Flynax need any tester for function, theme, plugin, please count me in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi View Post
    It will be available later this week
    Hi Rudi,

    Any updates on when the patch will be released?
    Or any instructions of how to update version by downloading the 4.9.3 pack available? Maybe just overwriting all files will do the trick?

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    Hello Erez,

    It's a bit delayed: in the process of testing. I hope it will be ready this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erez Abutbul View Post
    Hi Rudi,

    Any updates on when the patch will be released?
    Or any instructions of how to update version by downloading the 4.9.3 pack available? Maybe just overwriting all files will do the trick?
    Basically, you need to apply all the patches in order. I assume you're using 4.9.2? Then you just need to download the patch 4.9.2 to 4.9.3, overwrite the file, including theme. And apply the mysql file from the download.
    BEWARE: you need to make a backup before updating in case something went wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wei Hong View Post
    Basically, you need to apply all the patches in order. I assume you're using 4.9.2? Then you just need to download the patch 4.9.2 to 4.9.3, overwrite the file, including theme. And apply the mysql file from the download.
    BEWARE: you need to make a backup before updating in case something went wrong.
    Thanks.

    In case i'm using a custom template, will new features work for me?
    For example, lazy load for images and new caching method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erez Abutbul View Post
    Thanks.

    In case i'm using a custom template, will new features work for me?
    For example, lazy load for images and new caching method.
    Yes of course everything work. But you might need to compare with updated theme to apply new changes. And you need your customization as well since overwriting will remove any changes you made.

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