Not a good introduction to TinyCAD when I get 4 "missing dll" messages when I try to start TinyCAD 3.00.00r4 (on an Intel NUC with latest Win10) and TinyCAD doesn't start.
Two of the messages are the same (ie repeated)
The messages name the files: mfc140u.dll; VCRUNTIME140.dll (twice) and MSVCP140.dll
The missing dlls are not in the "C:/Program Files (x86/TinyCAD" folder, which I find perplexing.
The files mfc140u.dll, MSVCP140.dll and VCRUNTIME.dll are exactly where you would expect them to be - in "C:/Windows/System32".
If these files are required for TinyCAD to run, why doesn't the install program install them?
At the very least, the installer should either find and register the location of the files OR at least include the path to System 32.
It should not be up to the end user to find and copy these missing dll files to the TinyCAD install folder (C:/Program Files (x86)/TinyCAD"). I CAN do it but I shouldn't HAVE to.
Ahhhh .... hang on ... I just realised the version number ends in 00.00. Old timer PC users will no doubt remember the old saying - "Never install any programs ending on '0'" :-)
At this stage I assume it is an installer bug. Any comments?