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PLEASE REFUND. YOUR PLUGIN IS TOTALLY BROKEN WITH .NET 4.6. AND YOU GUYS HAVE NO PLAN TO FIX THIS.

김대원 4 years ago updated by niko 4 years ago 7
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You gave him 7 minutes to answer between asking if he had progress and saying he had no plan?  He's fast, but not that fast!  He's currently on a well-deserved vacation and will be back on Monday.


Your trouble is puzzling, as I've been using it for a month now in 4.6 and having no problem whatsoever (well, with the .NET version, anyway).   If you can detail the problem you're having, we might be able to help.  My understanding is it is only the duplication of the System.Threading dll that really causes grief under .NET 4.6, which most users won't encounter.  If you are using that, then as a customer, you can use your invoice number to download the source code and redirect the System.Threading reference away from his custom version.


Other than that, he does have a plan, it's planned for 1.3  (he's finishing up 1.2.3 now): 

https://support.ludiq.io/forums/5-bolt/topics/392-roadmap/

At which time it will require the newer unity and .Net 4.6 (since System.Threading issues mean he can't have a release that serves both).


Regardless, he'll be back Monday, if you're still having trouble.

 hi Reality


I also need Bolt to work under .NET 4.6, but I see a warning at https://ludiq.io/bolt/builds No support is provided for building or editing the source.

How can I redirect System.Threading dll

Thanks in advance



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I tried a bit redirect to .net 4.6, already working fine;

step
1. Remove Plugins / Assemblies / System.Threading dll
2. Download source code to modify the Target framework to 4.6
3. Update NuGet
4. Copy the generated dll to Plugins / Assemblies /

Bolt have so much potential.its already proved.Main thing is his continues improve product.

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Hi,

I'm sorry you're having issues with .NET 4.6 and Bolt. As another user pointed out, this will be fixed in the next minor version (v.1.3), when Bolt starts requiring .NET 4.6. It is definitely important and not ignored.

In the mean time, if you feel like this prevents you from working with Bolt and want a refund, you can send me a private ticket with your invoice number. Please note that refunds revoke your Bolt license.