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==Older MXE builds==  
 
==Older MXE builds==  
 
===Octave-4.4.1===
 
In Octave 4.4.1, the {{Path|post_install.bat}} file was not available for the 7z/Zip archives.  After unzipping the package and creating shortcuts, the user is required to first run the {{Path|fc_update.bat}} file to rebuild the font cache and reduce first time plotting delays, and then run 'pkg rebuild' from the Octave command line to make the pre-installed packages available to the system.
 
 
  
 
===Octave-4.4.0===
 
===Octave-4.4.0===
In addition to the post-install instructions above for Octave 4.4.1, in Octave 4.4.0 the shortcuts start the command line interface, not the graphical user interface, by default. The user needs to add --force-gui to any manual shortcuts to start Octave with the GUI. (Right-click on the shortcut, select Properties, and add --force-gui to the end of the Target field.) Later versions reverted back to the previous behavior where graphical user interface runs by default.
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IN Octave 4.4.0, the shortcuts start the command line interface, not the graphical user interface, by default. The user needs to add --force-gui to any manual shortcuts to start Octave with the GUI. (Right-click on the shortcut, select Properties, and add --force-gui to the end of the Target field.) Later versions reverted back to the previous behavior where graphical user interface runs by default.
  
 
===Octave-4.2.0-4.2.2===
 
===Octave-4.2.0-4.2.2===

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