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  1. Actually, Safari renders it correctly. Latest KHTML builds too.
  2. I don't use Opera, but your statement is a load of crap. I'm sorry, but I can't rephrase that. In other news, seems like the site renders fine for me in my Opera (it's 7.x, as I never use it, I don't upgrade ).
  3. Yup, something like this: <execute display="zzzzzzzzzzzz..."> <program>sleep</program> <arguments>2000</arguments> </execute>
  4. .NET is about the slowest environments I've ever programmed in. Have you seen a .net app run on a tablet pc? ¨shudders*
  5. Click winamp, hold CTRL+SHIFT and type "nullsoft".
  6. Although I think he's guilty (waving a baby thro a window, holding hands with that kid, that's plain insane and stupid) and find it a **** same he's set free, I don't know the truth. Nobody does. So you can't say "he's innocent" or "he's guilty" just like that (especially like in the post above me, how teh *beep* would you know? ). One thing's certain, it's over. I don't think we'll hear a lot from him again (glad, his last cd sucked ), so stop bickering. I'm friggin' glad the guy's face doesn't appear anymore in the papers and tv.
  7. Nanaki


    Please follow my advice and don't use quotations.
  8. Nanaki


    Well, as far as I know, the plug-in you are using (XPlodeGFXInstall.x4d) isn't capable of showing images. That's for the SelectInstall.x4d plugin I think. Could be wrong tho.
  9. Nanaki


    You do this: <execute display="Installing Office 2003..."> <program> '#systemdrive#\Install\Applications\Office2003.exe' </program> <arguments> 'TRANSFORMS=#systemdrive#\Install\Applications\Office2003\Unattended.MST /qb-' </arguments> </execute> Don't do those ': <execute display="Installing Office 2003..."> <program>#systemdrive#\Install\Applications\Office2003.exe</program> <arguments>TRANSFORMS=#systemdrive#\Install\Applications\Office2003\Unattended.MST /qb-</arguments> </execute> Why do si much ppl make that mistake?
  10. :( This is bad. It was my favorite tool to rip DVD-audio to OGG and to back-up my DVDs to XviD. The stuff I ripped were even BOUGHT by me. Screw them.
  11. @ badboy05mtl: know to tell if you have any bugs. =p @ totoymola: lol, tnx Anyway, time for one of the last posts in this topic. The final version of 0.7 will have a name-change and a more clear topic. I'm afraid the current first post is scaring a lot of ppl off. <span style='font-size:9pt;line-height:100%'> </span><span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'> Download CDswitch 0.7b2 here (181 kB).</span>
  12. In terms of speed and memory usage it's a major, but really huge improvement over FF1.0. But it's still an alpha, so very buggy.
  13. ... and how again would you save that?
  14. The Netherlands voted "no" by 60%. Owned.
  15. Please note that the attitude of the French has won in sympathy over the years. Most arguments "against" the French have mostly disappeared over the years. Sure, sometimes we refer to you as the fascists, but we also know it's ten times as worse in Germany. You guys have more support from the "foreigners" than you think. Hell, I get along better with people from France than from Wallony.
  16. I don't think a cd-switching app qualifies to be up there, hehe. Now, one of the things I'm trying to do in 0.7 is making it easier. Altho I created a help-file, I don't think people, especially newbs, like to read, especially not for a small utility like this. So I came up with something new, a sort of "parameter creator", and I started working on it the last half hour. This is the result: *[image removed]* As I said, it's created under a half an hour, so several things are still broken. One thing is that always quotations are used, so it might interfere with RunOnceEx. A second thing is that the "?"-buttons don't work yet. A third and last thing I didn't feel like testing it. One last remark, some functions inside the app are only for CDswitch 0.7b.
  17. A big company needing that many licenses can pay up €500, it's even a small cost. If you don't like it, write it yourself, and see how many paid man hours it takes. Nice remark
  18. I live in Belgium, we don't get to vote. How democratic. Our idiotic prime minister is still saying our country says "yes". A vote would prove him wrong. I'm against too. I don't feel like argumenting this, as once-a-day is enough. The most important is I have a feeling it would destroy a lot of the Belgian social security. Besides, I don't want it to get anything like the US constitution (well, most parts). I hope, really hope, it doesn't get through. Unfortunatly, it will. EU will find a way to make it happen. And that shows the fall of our whole democracy perfectly. Oh well, I'm pretty optimistic and just won't care for now.
  19. XPlode 4.1 had that problem, but it was fixed in 4.2. And yes, I launch XPlode from every disc.
  20. <span style='font-size:9pt;line-height:100%'> </span><span style='font-size:9pt;line-height:100%'> </span><span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'> Download CDswitch 0.7b here (181k).</span> <span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'> Download CDswitch 0.7b with helpfile here (691k).</span> Well, logging parameter changed to avoid confusion with label edits. Next, I'll just copy-paste from helpfile. This is accomplished by using "/f:" in the second parameter. Say, you have two discs, one for Windows-installation and the other for applications. The first disc is called "WHXXPP_NL1", the second "WHXXPP_NL2". You can now detect the drive containing that first disc, and then eject it, with the question to insert the second disc in that drive: cdswitch WHXXPP_NL2 /f:WHXXPP_NL1 When the disclabel is something like "WHXPP NL1", thus with spaced in, use quotations: cdswitch WHXXPP_NL2 /f:"WHXXPP L1" meh
  21. Yup, that worked. I'm pretty sure it's a Windows-problem tho.
  22. Don't use T-9 for software installations, it's bad. Next, Xplode.xml is my disc one script. Xplode2.xml is my disc two script. They are both residing in D:\Install\XPlode\ In my cmdlines.txt is this code: [COMMANDS] "..\Install\XPlode\XPlodelog.cmd" "cdswitch WXHFPP2_NL 1 /F:WXHFPP1_NL" "..\Install\XPlode\XPlodelog.cmd" (it starts disc one installation, then switches disc, then disc two installation). XPlodelog.cmd both uses this code: cmdow @ /HID @echo off start /wait ..\Install\XPlode\XPlode.exe /xml:"#XPLODE#\XPlode.xml" /log:"C:\XPlodeLogDisc1.log" Finally, the cdswitch code supplied from my cmdlines.txt won't work for the releases I've put up. But you will be able to use something like "cdswitch WXHFPP2_NL D:". Anyhow, I'll update my app soon, including the help file. XPlode.xml XPlode2.xml
  23. I now use one script per disc, so I don't encounter it anymore, but thanks.

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