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Hello Every one,

Where i can found version 2.1.8 src, as i guess the website just now have stable 2.1.9 and beta version 3.

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Thanks for your help, but this website requires some points to download the src, that i dont have.
 
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Muhammad

You just need to create a free account in order to download the source.
 
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Hello again and thanks but still i see some message like this:
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Well, you could pay the donation. Or figure out how to earn points. Or you could use 2.1.9. They are hosting software not available anywhere else. It is fair of them to have constrains for providing it.

The lesson is to save the source code for products you use.
 
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Ya sure hard to learn the bitter realities but have too good said thanks bro.
 
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