Bug fix release: ConsumerCheck 2.3.1

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This is a bug fix release from version 2.3.0. A user has reported that an issue appeared in conjoint analysis. When clicking on tree items “LS Means”, “Fixed effects”, “Random effects” or “Pair-wise differences” the corresponding tables would not open. This should be working now.

Windows binaries are available here.

MacOSX binaries are available here.

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