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"create empty app" button leads to error

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IntegralDerivative    60

Please help, i want to try making apps Tried both chrome and IE9

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IntegralDerivative    60

Bump, since i really want to test it asap

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Eric    1,512

Please don't bump posts. If someone sees it and can answer they will reply.

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IntegralDerivative    60

Please don't bump posts. If someone sees it and can answer they will reply.

Okay, but its just that it disappeared from mini spy, and Microsoft Beta isnt always visited. Thanks for the advice  (Y)

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Jose_49    610

Ok. Now explain what are you trying to do. 

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Jose_49    610

I believe that your main problem is this:

 

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IntegralDerivative    60

I believe that your main problem is this:

Will the one for Windows 7 work?

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Jose_49    610

Will the one for Windows 7 work?

It should. It's the same IE 10 from Windows 8 ported directly to Windows 7. 

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IntegralDerivative    60

It should. It's the same IE 10 from Windows 8 ported directly to Windows 7. 

I just took a look, and it needs SP1, but my internet is too slow to download service packs.

 

And by the way, doesnt "optimized" just mean "performs better on", and not "will only work"?

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Jose_49    610

You can try on IE9. But I'm certain that it'll have some probs with anything lower. 

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