Issues with Beta on Download page
All the below apply to the page https://musescore.org/en/download
1) The link on the Beta section still links to the original Beta, “Released “Nov 28, 2018” (https://musescore.org/en/3.0beta), which has no reference to the page/release that has superseded it, “the third in our series of beta releases”, https://musescore.org/en/3.0beta2 . Can the link / date on the download page be updated to point to the latest version of the announcement or is there maybe a parent page for the release cycle where users can pick up links to all Beta releases (or just the latest one)?
Why is this a problem?
https://musescore.org/en/3.0beta (1st beta) links to the “Mac OS X 10.12 or higher” binary
with text of “Mac OS X 10.7 or higher”
E.g. someone on 10.7-10.11 who for whatever reason is downloading from here will get the wrong binary.
(aside) If there were a parent page for the 3.0 development cycle, one could point to that, e.g. the download page, announcements like https://www.scoringnotes.com/news/musescore-3-0-beta-released/ , where they can always find the announcement page for the latest version, be it Alpha, Beta or RC and even GA, and reduce the amount of links that need to be changed.
Another way to prevent downloading the wrong binary because of multiple download links, would be to make the Download page the “source of truth” for the latest beta downloads. There are no download links in the announcement page. Users are instead directed to the Beta section of the download page, maybe with a suggestion to use the built-in update mechanism if they have a beta already installed.
2) Please change references to MacOS (under the Beta stanza) to macOS, to make them the same as the Release version.
3) Having the Linux Beta above the Linux GA, and no version number on the Linux GA does not make sense IMHO.
Is there a reason why the Linux GA download links are not with the Windows / Linux GA download links, but below the Windows / macOS / Linux Beta download links? If not, may I suggest
a) moving the Linux GA download links to the “The latest stable version is 2.3.2” stanza, below Windows / macOS, above the Beta download links/stanza, or
b) (If for whatever reason we do not want to have all those Linux & *BSD GA versions taking away focus from the Betas) moving the Linux Beta to below the Linux GA (and indicating the Linux GA version)