Photoshop 21.1.1: Why updated on April 15, 2020 again? Should it be rel. 21.1.2??

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I already am running Ps CC 21.1.1 on my Win 7 Pro PC using the most current version of CC. Why did I just receive a push notif of 21.1.1 yesterday? Is this a mistake? It's a duplicative version number. Should we have been getting a new release 21.1.2 & were notified of the wrong release? Thx
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Dave Grainger

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Having retired years ago from large corporations to take up the joy of self employment for thirty more, I recall a truism from those earlier days. A chap who outranked me said once "Your problem as I see it is that you believe that things do make sense!"
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Did you click the link in the email to find out ?
easier to do than posting here.
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There was no email. It popped up as an update in the Adobe CC interface... And, there was no (viewable) explanation of what was new like they used to provide in the past. Recently there was a serious security flaw in CC. I'd already updated to deal with that. So, as noted, force pushing (via CC) an update with the same rel. # and no explanation (like, "yet another security fix but no new features") made me dubious about hitting update. Thx for your note.
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The Creative Cloud desktop is a little confusing. It shows the current version on it. It doesn't show what version you're updating to. So, this is 21.1.2 that you'd be updating to. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/fixed-issues.html#photoshop-desktop-fixed-issues
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Thx! That's what I needed to know.