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These new versions use a new file format, which is required to allow features in the new ANALOOK and is more accurate in presenting long time intervals (completely lossless). File sizes will average slightly larger, though typically only by a few tens of bytes. In some cases. they will be smaller. There is absolutely no need to convert existing files from the earlier format - they can be read just as well with the new versions. But all files saved by the new versions will be of the new type, and cannot be read by earlier versions of either program. Unfortunately, a bug in earlier ANABAT versions means that your system may be destabilised (ie crash) if you try to read a new file with an old version of ANABAT.
So it's important if you decide to use the new versions to disable any older versions on your systems.
But make sure you feel happy about the new versions first! Please treat the new versions as for beta testing - I have tried to make sure file saving and reading is reliable, but of course I cannot guarantee that until further testing has taken place.
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problem exists because your web browser does not understand what to do
with unusually named files, and therefore will simply attempt to display
them instead of downloading them to your hard drive.