Due to recent eBay API changes, Sellers will now need to be running an minimum SixBit version of 4.00.176. Versions prior to this will not be able to retrieve the necessary category data to list on eBay after 3/31/2021.
We encourage all sellers to upgrade their versions to the currently released version (4.00.204 or later) to keep the program working without issue.
I am having the same issue. Currently using 4.00.203. Made 6 attempts to download .204 and receive the same scripts error. See attached scree grab. When selecting yes or no, and then clicking OK, the page goes into Not Responding and locks up.
Since it is Saturday, I will also open a ticket in case John does not see these posts.
I get a similar error. When I click on the Upgrade To 4.00.204 button, the release notes come up for a second, then lock up SixBit and the Release Notes. I can CTR ALT DEL, close the release notes and SixBit is functioning again. Have tried that even with a reboot.
The embedded browser is program that displays the release notes is crashing on the new User’s guide formatting. We should have a 4.00.205 version out today to remedy that. As Timothy mentioned, you can download the latest version from the website after logging in. https://www.sixbitsoftware.com/clients/index.php/download
Backed up my Data before and upgraded today. When back and all my data was gone. Not a happy camper. Slowly trying to figure out how to restore my data after reading the giant user guide. Too bad the data restore does not put everything back where it was in repository. I also keep getting invalid token warning a few times a week. Annoyed.
An upgrade won’t remove data, but your path to the database may have reverted to a default one. The database should still be there intact. Open a support ticket and we should be able to get you squared away with a remote session.