Installing the articy:draft application SINGLE-USERInstalling articy:draft (single-user) is a walk in the park. All you need to do is run the installer executable and follow the instructions given by the installer. If you need help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be happy to assist you.
Please note that articy:draft 1.x does not support side-by-side installations. This means that multiple installations of articy:draft 1.x on the same machine are not supported.
However it is possible to install a version 2.x besides an older 1.x version. This enables you sticking to your proven articy:draft 1.x while trialling the new 2.x at the same time.
Installing the articy:draft client MULTI-USERInstalling the articy:draft client is just as simple as installing the stand-alone application for single users. In fact, it's the same executable - and it can even be used in hybrid scenarios where you work alone on your single-user projects and together with a team on network projects.
All you need to do is run the installer executable and follow the instructions given by the installer. If you need help, please email us at email@example.com. We'll be happy to assist you.
What has been said regarding side-by-side installations of the single-user client is also true for the multi-user variant.
Updating to new client versions(See "how to update your projects" for details.)
Whenever a new version of articy:draft comes out, you'll get a link to the installer executable. Simply run the installer; it will detect an existing installation and update it.
Some version updates will require a conversion of your existing projects. That may sound troublesome, but it's done automatically when you open a project for the first time. The process is slightly different between single-user and multi-user projects. See the sections below for details.