40.2.1 to 40.2.2?

40.2.1 to 40.2.2?

Just downloaded 40.2.1 a few minutes ago. I note some have received 40.2.2.

Any noticeable differences? Did you get a second upgrade from 40.2.1 to 40.2.2?

Magic 8 Ball | 12 december 2019

I'm still on 40.1.1 should I call service? /s

Rikki-Tikki-Tavi | 12 december 2019

Oh no. Terrible

Lonestar10_1999 | 12 december 2019

I doubt 40.2.2 has rolled out. It’s likely that the poster made a typo.

jamilworm | 12 december 2019

I think any update where only the third decimal is changed is just going to be bug fixes.

kevin_rf | 12 december 2019

When does 52.3 roll out?

Rutrow 3 | 12 december 2019

"When does 52.3 roll out?"

In the last half of the 52nd week of the year.

kevin_rf | 13 december 2019

So, will it be the last update of the century?

kevin_rf | 13 december 2019

Decade, friggin decade, with lasers!

Pg3ibew | 13 december 2019

The decade does not end until 2020 is over

Sarah R | 13 december 2019

@Pg3ibew You are not nerd worthy. Counting is zero referenced now. 2020 it's the start of a new decade, not the end of an old one.

Pg3ibew | 13 december 2019

@sarah. Lol. The way things are debated on this site, the decade debate could drag in for a CENTURY. lol

SalisburySam | 13 december 2019

@Sarah R, thank you thank you for the coffee-through-the-nose guffaw! The phrase “You are not nerd-worthy” is now in my lexicon to be frequently used. And note the hyphen; it is a compound adjective requiring the addition punctuation. Now to go clean up.

hamiltonned | 13 december 2019

@SalisburySam: I believe Sara's "nerd worthy" is a predicate nominative not an adjective in her sentence. Nevertheless hyphenation probably still applies. Sorry I was married to an English teacher.

M3phan | 13 december 2019

Holy grammar Batman, we’re surrounded by linguistic nerds.

don.lind | 13 december 2019

@Pg3ibew - I think you ARE nerd-worthy and I think you're technically right. And I don't think anyone cares.

I mean... there was NO year zero. So was the first decade only 9 years long?
Same with centuries... the year 2000 was a big deal, but there was all that chatter about how the new century didn't start until Jan 1 2001. The year 2000 was the "cool" year because obviously, it was cool.

The real issue was the people who decided there was no year 0. It's screwed decade and century boundaries ever since.

OK, and everyone else is gonna say I'm not nerd-worthy either. sniff... sniff... heh

Sarah R | 13 december 2019

@don.lind That's certainly a nerd-worthy argument.

It's wrong, but it's worthy! ;-)

I'm kidding, if course. Just having fun.

Pg3ibew | 13 december 2019


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Stinnett | 14 december 2019

Sara R:
Loan me a $10 bill and I'll pay you back with nine one-dollar bills.

Just as Pg3ibew said, this decade ends Dec 31, 2020 at midnight. To say otherwise is not nerd worthy. Nor factual. Nobody starts counting at 0. Computers have a 0-1 bias because they are binary systems, but people are not. As the SoundBlaster parrot once said, "Don't talk nonsense!"

Life is good but it's better in a (nerd worthy) Tesla.

Sarah R | 14 december 2019

@Stinnet you'd still need to pay me back with 10 singles. We'd just start counting with the zeroth bill and stop at 9

Stinnett | 14 december 2019

Sarah R:
Nobody starts counting at zero. "Don't talk nonsense!"

Life is good but it's better in a Tesla.

rob | 14 december 2019

it's all offset vs index

Pg3ibew | 14 december 2019

Oddly enough, we are born at zero.
Our first decade of life ENDS on the last day of being 9 years old.
Our next decade of life begins at age 10.

But year 1 is the first year. So all of year 10 would be the last decade.

While we are at it, could someone explain why roman numerals do not have a zero?

rob | 14 december 2019

They do. It looks like this (between the quotes) " "

Sarah R | 14 december 2019

@Pg3ibew now THAT is nerd-worthy!

Pg3ibew | 14 december 2019

@sarah. I like numbers.

Pg3ibew | 14 december 2019

I am a number geek!!

Pg3ibew | 14 december 2019

English, not so much.
Explain how NUMB turns to NUMBER? As in NUMMER.
But 1 is a NUMBER.
1 plus 1 is always 2. But not Number amd Number.

Sarah R | 14 december 2019

Let your geek flag fly!

F.vanalstine | 15 december 2019

So, nobody answered my original question.

Maybe this thread is just overrun by trolls?

stingray.don | 15 december 2019

F.vanalstine | December 15, 2019
So, nobody answered my original question.
2019.40.2.2 does not currently exist so no one can answer your question.

Pg3ibew | 15 december 2019

@F.vanal. Trolls, we are not.
Yoir question was answered very quickly. And then we all had a little fun.

jebinc | 17 december 2019

Now that 2019.40.2.2 is rolling out, somewhat, does anyone have anything to report on this release?

aslammazad | 18 december 2019

It appears to be only for the European market and does not add features but instead nerfs their autopilot to further comply with stringent current European laws on driver assistance.

kevin_rf | 18 december 2019

So the Europeans are neutering their cars making Model 3 eunuch's.

There has to be an ironic political statement in that behavior.

derotam | 18 december 2019

Now there is 40.2.3, so this thread has gone from it's initial talking about an update that didn't exist yet to being...old news. haha.

ReD eXiLe ms us | 18 december 2019

Measurement begins at ZERO. Except when it begins at negative numbers. SOLVE for Common Sense. Good luck.

Scrannel | 18 december 2019

As far as the Euro Kids trying to (apparently) squelch AP: when's the last time these Euro regulators drove in Catania in rush our? Or... hey, just Sicily in general?