From: metro Chicago, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL: Curtis Lemay
A pity, because it doesn't appear that 220.127.116.11 supports wide-screen displays (1920x1080 in my case). Is there a secret to this?
I don't have a readily available 18.104.22.168 copy installed on my PC to check that, but I do have 22.214.171.124, which is only slightly different from it, and it has no problem with that. Note that 126.96.36.199 is included with the 3.4 update.
I would want to hear Stéphane's opinion about VCO's compatibility with 188.8.131.52 before undertaking that.
It seems that Matrix now only offers 184.108.40.206 for download at their website. A year or two ago, they offered 220.127.116.11 and still earlier versions for download. Fortunately, I had saved a copy of the 18.104.22.168 installer. Too bad that Matrix has seen fit to remove the older installers.
All the updates are still on the site. See the attached screenshot.
I am referring to what I see listed here:
When you try the download link ("All  Downloads For This Product"), you see only 22.214.171.124.
Before Matrix removed the pre-126.96.36.199 installs from that customer-facing view, I had taken the precaution of downloading every available update, as far back as v30017. (I have retained these.) I have visited the download page multiple times over the years, and I don't ever recall seeing 188.8.131.52 listed there. Maybe just my bad luck. (184.108.40.206 is the one I don't have, but with your screenshot, I now know how to get it. Thanks for the geeky hint.)
If the earlier installs are still publicly available (and not in a geeky, insider sort of way), Matrix is doing a good job of obscuring that.
Anyway, for greatest enjoyment, I would very much prefer playing (vetted) VCO on wide-screen. I'd like to hear if and how Stéphane achieves that.