Archi 4.8 Early Access 2

November 17 2020

Beta

Archi Early Access

This early access version of Archi gives you the opportunity to test new features before full release.

We try hard to minimise bugs, but obviously we cannot guarantee this. Please ensure you back up your data first before testing this version, and please use test data only. If you already have a version of Archi installed, install this beta version into a separate location.

Please report any bugs or issues on the GitHub Issue Tracker.

What’s new in this version?

For a full list of the changes please read the Change Log.

The focus of Archi 4.8 is to improve aspects of the UI and improve the experience on hi-res devices. Also to improve support for macOS Big Sur – please read this.

Known Issues

  • [Mac] An error message concerning a missing class is written to the .log file at startup. This file is located at “/Library/Application Support/Archi4/.metadata/.log”. To stop this message being written to the log, select “Help -> Reset Archi to Defaults…”, then “Reset User Interface”. Note that using an earlier version of Archi will cause this message to be written to the log file again when launching Archi 4.8.
  • [Mac] Some UI issues may be visible on macOS Big Sur. These are Eclipse issues and are being addressed. See this.

 


Windows 64-bit Installer

For Windows 64-bit operating systems. This installer application installs Archi to the Windows “Program Files” folder and associates “*.archimate” files with Archi. An uninstaller is also provided.

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Windows 64-bit Portable Zip

For Windows 64-bit operating systems. This is a zip file that does not use an installer. An optional batch file is included to register “*.archimate” file associations. Unzip, and then run the “Archi” program file.

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macOS

Requires macOS versions 10.12 and greater. To install, unzip and run the “Archi” app.

Mac users please note – when launching Archi on Mac for the first time you may see a dialog box that states “Archi is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.”, to solve this please read the FAQ.

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Linux 64-bit

To install, un-archive and run the “Archi” program file.

Note – the file extension for Linux downloads is “.tgz”. This is to stop Google Chrome from automatically unpacking the .gz file when downloading. If this is a problem, rename the file extension to “.tar.gz”

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