Thanks for adding to this thread...we need to bump this up. I'm going to email the Cisco Canada contacts regarding this and let you all know what happens.
We're starting to rely on public users being able to setup accounts properly and the Mac users are begin prompted to "upgrade" to nonfunctional copies of Jabber client given that these 4.6GM package only works on MacOS 10.7 or lower. Everyone we know is not running 10.8 or 10.9...with 10.10 awaiting release for the fall :/
I'd like to bump this...anyone from Cisco watching this thread? I'm representing the City of Toronto on this request and would love to have an answer...some external clients can't call us due to this problem.
Downgrading the Mac client results in the client malfunctioning as 4.6 no longer works under 10.8 or higher.
The app should only prompt for an upgrade if the version posted is *higher* than what the user/client is running. After that, it should go without saying that the current release be posted so that everyone is running most recent stable release, and older versions posted as well for users who might be running older OSs IF there are problems running the newest client.
So annoying to have to click "ask later" to a request to downgrade the application which if allowed to work would brick the application and to which if you even accept and download will fail to install with a cryptic 'couldn't install because don't have permission to "T"' error. What is there not a "Don't ever ask me to install this version again" or a simple "Don't check for new versions" checkbox in settings.
Instead, Jabber interrupts me 50 times a day with a beep, a bouncing icon and I have to click 'Ask later'. Please for the love of electrons stop being the most annoying application in my taskbar. Thanks.
Same issue here. I've had this pop-up showing since upgrading to Mavericks and installing 4.7. I'm on 184.108.40.20685 now and I still get the same message. It re-appears every time Jabber's connection is interrupted, even for a second. Please fix this!
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