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Hello all,

I come on this forum to ask you a question.

My version of chromeleon is

Do you know the utility and meaning of "10369" ?

Thanks for your answer.

Have a nice day

It's probably a "build number", don't read into it. Usually during software development many-many versions of software is created. Only some of them become officially available releases. And so instead of changing x.y.z version (which is a marketing version) on every dev build - a yet another level of versioning is introduced and we get x.y.z.build_no. For each x.y.z version developers may create dozens/hundreds of sub-versions (typically at a rate of several versions per day).

But when creating an official release the team decides on one of the x.y.z.build_no to represent an official release. For marketing purposes Chromeleon team announces a short x.y or x.y.z version hiding the full one. So officially is called 7.2.7.
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