Just to clarify how I use numbers…
Number syntax: Major.Minor.Build.Revision (x.x.x.x).
The major number follows the Dynamo version, 200.x.x is usable in Dynamo +2.0.0.x versions. The minor number is internal major builds. The build number is internal minor builds. The revision number is an internal build number without public documentation and display.
This means that x.x.x.6796 and x.x.x.6802 can do the same in their functions
However, as @danielU3R39 writes… I updated the installer so it works just like the new "LunchBox" installer. This is not very clear, since that came as an “internal build”. It means that you very well can have both and old version and a new version running in parallel. Follow @danielU3R39 advice and manually delete the old Orchid folder and reinstall using the executable installer
Good thing is that both the 130 branch and the 200 branch is being installed according to the dynamo versions installed (including the beta 2.1.0) AND it is installed in the “Sandbox” version as well in the proper folders. it installs all in all two versions per branch without the user has to do anything
sorry for your inconvenience