If you already have version 3.0 or later installed, you only need the 3.6a patch.
If you are using a version prior to 3.0, please download and progressively apply all the patches that are later than your installed version until you reach the latest version.
These are the patches:
Download "virtual_belfry_2-1_patch_setup.exe" (14.5Mb)
(upgrades 2.0 to 2.1)
Download "virtual_belfry_2-2_patch_setup.exe" (10.1Mb)
(upgrades 2.1 to 2.2)
Download "virtual_belfry_3-0_patch_setup.exe" (15.3Mb)
(upgrades 2.2 or 2.2a to 3.0)
Download "virtual_belfry_3-6a_patch_setup.exe" (4.5Mb) *
(upgrades 3.0 or later to 3.6a)
* New exercises and compositions were included in version 3.2. If you are upgrading from 3.0 or 3.1 to a later version, this might be something that concerns you. To install these, please ensure that the Methods and Compositions component is selected when running setup. If you have entered your own methods and compositions and you want to keep them, you should either forego this component of the setup, or take a backup copy of your own files (their location is described in the program's help) and copy the relevant parts back in after you have run the setup, using a text editor such as Notepad.
Note for owners of version 2.x: If you want to install the latest version on a new computer, you might think it would be a good idea to install the version provided for new customers (above). That would be OK, but you would not then be able to install the images for the 12 bells, which have to be purchased separately for new customers (but which you already have as part of your 2.x setup). I could (for a small fee to cover costs) mail 2.x owners a new disc complete with the 12-bell images. Contact me if this interests you.
More details about the tower images can be found on the page about the Bells Window.
|Download "virtual_belfry_twelve_bells_3-0_trial_setup.exe" (147Mb)|
|Download "virtual_belfry_maryborough_3-0_trial_setup.exe" (189Mb)|
Note: when you purchase either of the two sets of images above, the images for the original eight bells at St. David's, Hobart, are also provided.