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Icy EyeG

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  1. Icy EyeG

    Open Sourcing Windows 9x

    As far as that is concerned, Ivan Leo Puoti doesn't compile win32 binaries of Wine since 0.9.14 in 2006.06.04... The most recent Wine version is 0.9.58, so if anyone is interested in seeing how the DLLs and progs now work, contact him to compile the most recent version...
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    Open Sourcing Windows 9x

    I don't know if this is of any interest, but couldn't the Nano98 tutorial from http://www.etek.chalmers.se/~e8gus/nano98/ provide some hints of how many files are needed for a minimal functional win9X OS? IMAO, this way it could be possible to find out where to start working...
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    Open Sourcing Windows 9x

    I posted this there because I thought that most of the programs and DLLs developed for ReactOS, as well as FreeDOS command programs, could be used on a Windows 9x Open Source OS... There's no need to code parts that are already out there.... The kernel and driver handling part would have to be written from scratch though... (I'm not a programmer, so I may be wrong... )
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    Open Sourcing Windows 9x

    Hi! I'd like to report that I have suggested a similar project on the ReactOS Forums, but I got mixed answers: "React16" and "React98" concepts Viable? I still use Windows 98SE on a VM and on a PC, so I find this initiative very interesting...
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    [NEWS FLASH] reshacker.exe => 64bit

    There are, but the free ones don't have batch support...
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    The official ...ize64 topic

    I must say that i'm really surprised that a simple comment on the blog would generate such things. It's good to know that we are coming to a step closer on having Xpize (or Vize) in 64-bit flavours. Maybe it's too soon to ask, but will this new patching method allow to build a xpize vesion that will run on both 32-bit and 64-bit OSes or will they be separated? (I'm asking this because of the XIS dev... )
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    [Discussion] A new set of resource tools

    If I new that the NTCore's admin were so nice, i'd have contacted him sooner... Anyway, a syntax similar to Reshacker would be nice, like you said.
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    I have an idea for xpize 64bit support

    From NTCore's Blog: So, XPero, Zedox, etc. this is great news! Please help the developer on the best way the batch support should be implemented!
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    I have an idea for xpize 64bit support

    Just to report that i got an answer from NTcore. Please check it out and join the discussion at the blog Here!!
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    I have an idea for xpize 64bit support

    I did my share.... What's the name of the app? Are you talking about RFE?
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    I have an idea for xpize 64bit support

    Let's all ask NTcore to develop batch support for their 64-bit resource editor....
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    [Bugs] Official XPize 4.x Bug Reports

    These aren't really bugs, but, in my opinion, the following icons should be XPized: - WMV file icon, when Windows Media Player 10 is Installed. - Internet Options icon in the Control Panel (is Vista-like, if IE7 is installed) - Software Explorers Icon in Control Panel (Windows Defender related) - the CDF icon dosen't exist anymore (due to IE7): I suggest icon-file association like you did with PDFs, PHPs, etc.; for legacy purposes (I know, this one is pushing it too hard )
  13. Hi all! Does anyone know a version on windows defender that works on Windows 2000? I heard that some of the betas worked with it until Microsoft dropped the support... Thank you for your time!
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    [Release] XPize 4.6

    Because sometimes, you just have to move with the times... Indeed... However, with the XPize 4.6 source out, the people interested in support on IE6 can compile their own version of a "legacy" XPize with IE6 support.
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    [Release] XPize 4.6

    Hi all! Just to say that XPize works fine on my PC (WinXP Pro Portuguese) and XPized IE7 is working fine as well. However, some icons are needing to be XPized: WMV icon (could be reverted to the WMP10 icon instead) Internet Options Icon on Control Panel Systems Explorer Icon on Control Panel All these 3 are vista-like icons, so it would be nice if they were XPized.
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