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theSLug

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  1. hi all,

    is possible run the XP 32bit setup.exe from a CD created with the Vista Waik, using Waik to boot cd and format the partition before launch the setup?

    my hypothetical step:

    - cd boot waik start

    - i use the vista setup for partition creation

    - after this, waik launch the xp setup in 32bit scenario.

    :wacko:

    your opinions please!!! :thumbup

    :hello:

    theSLug


  2. i have maked a new addon, not with the JD elegance, but probably works.

    Please test it.

    changelog:

    0.9.6.1

    Autocompletion of values in the Properties dialog.

    Support for chapters in Musepack SV8 files.

    New “Split values” command in the Properties dialog.

    Simple search queries: any latin characters are now matched regardless of their accents.

    0.9.6

    Media Library now automatically keeps track of any changes made to its folders; no more need to manually rescan them.

    Improved compatibility of file type associations with Windows Vista.

    No more delay when playing/enqueuing files from Windows Explorer.

    The installer now includes “portable mode” that works in limited user contexts and doesn't make any changes to system configuration, registry, etc.

    New Converter user interface.

    Built-in Matroska support.

    version 0.9.6.1

    >>Full installation

    +>foo_burninate.dll -- CD burning support -- This component requires Nero to be installed on your system.

    +>foo_input_alac.dll -- ALAC decoding support -- Adds decoding support for Apple Lossless Audio Codec files (.M4A).

    +>foo_input_monkey.dll -- Monkey's Audio decoding support -- Adds decoding support for Monkey's Audio files (.APE) as well as APE Link files (.APL).

    +>foo_out_asio.dll -- ASIO support -- Adds ASIO output support.

    FILE HASHES:

    CRC32: 29E934E2

    HAVAL: BE77AAEB51CD9E62753701E3AB3251417EED6A57C40B09FE1998CF9DDDD57DE1

    MD5: 390B01B00A5109E199DAFE107F507A55

    SHA-1: BC3F54DE4D695FA9020EFC93017C59BE9F698301

    Tiger: B37AD6F54B9E88B77038B7AEE8A3B4A90518D6A29B2521EB

    size: 3,31 MB (3.474.510 bytes)

    Download

    -->MEDIAFIRE.COM

    -->uploadmb.com

    bye

    theSLug


  3. the 995 pack works well whith the "wrong" "SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram"

    :blink:

    996 is the same, i not tested (not time in this days) the new pack, but IMHO works whit & whitout.

    in my svcpack.inf, in the [setupHotfixesToRun] section, the foobar exe is present...

    :hello:

    PS, i use nlite, is possible a correction in the integration step?


  4. 0.9.5.6 is out :D :D :D

    ChangeLog:

    Fixed a major bug in Speex decoding, introduced with one of previous udpates.

    Updated Speex libraries to 1.2 RC.

    Added correct handling of multichannel WMA content.

    Various other minor/cosmetic fixes.

    the only component change for the new "components.exe" pack is the "foo_unpack.dll"

    dated: 22/09/2008,

    sha1 hash:ABF1C30B7733C341197B858D1C7777A1FE394294

    is present on the original installer, in the full installation.

    tnx in advance jd ;)

    theSLug


  5. pack created

    http://rs136.rapidshare.com/files/13577143...5_components.7z

    not compressed: 2,20 MB (2.315.264 bytes)

    7zipped: 480 KB (492.323 bytes)

    component list:

    .diff from normal e full installation:

    ./ foo_abx.dll

    ./ foo_fileops.dll

    ./ foo_freedb2.dll

    ./ foo_unpack.dll

    .added:

    ./ foo_input_monkey.dll (Monkey's Audio decoding support)

    ./ foo_out_asio.dll (Adds ASIO output support)

    ./ foo_verifier.dll (File Integrity Verifier)

    ./ foo_quicktag.dll (Quick Tagger)

    ./ foo_texttools.dll (Adds customizable context menu commands for copying information about the selected tracks to Windows Clipboard)

    ./ foo_playcount.dll (Playback Statistics)

    ./ foo_out_ks.dll (Kernel Streaming support)

    ./ foo_input_alac.dll (ALAC decoding support)


  6. homepage: http://udpix.free.fr/index.php?p=dl

    Donate: https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cm...5a9bea2a7041141

    Description:

    This program helps to locate and fix LCD screens dead pixels.

    You can fix the stuck pixels by calling them to do rapid changes. You need to run this program for a couple of hours. There is no warranty on the result, but you don't really have anything to lose trying it out. Good luck.

    Version:2.2

    Licence:

    Freeware

    Platform:

    Windows Vista/XP/2000 with .NET Framework v2

    Author:

    Samuel Larché

    Screenshot:

    udpixel.gif

    Changelog:

    Build 02/28/2007, version 2.2

    - New flash method

    - .Net version 2.0

    - Bug fixes

    - Vista compatibility

    Build 01/25/2006, version 2.1

    - Move flash zone with cursor

    - Select color by right clicking on flash area

    Build 11/30/2005, version 2.0

    - Include installer/uninstaller

    - Remember flash zone size and location

    - Add a system tray icon which allow to hide the main window

    Build 30/10/2005, version 1.0

    FAQ

    I can't start the program or setup.

    It is most likely that you do not have the Microsoft .NET Framework installed, you can get it here.

    How to setup my flash interval

    Use your LCD response time value, if you don't know, just set 25ms.

    UDPixel unstuck one or more pixels.

    Make a gift with Paypal (button on left menu), everyone will be happy.

    The program did not revive my dead pixels.

    The process used is in no case working in every cases. Many users have been able to revive some dead pixels while other stayed as dead as before. Be sure you used it for several hours before giving up though, you have nothing to lose.

    I have another problem and would like to contact you.

    Mail me at , I will answer as soon as I can.


  7. version 2.4.3 (07/01/2008):
    libpurple:
    * Yahoo! Japan now uses UTF-8, matching the behavior of official clients
    and restoring compatibility with the web messenger (Yusuke Odate)
    * Setting your buddy icon once again works for Yahoo! accounts.
    * Fixes in the Yahoo! protocol to prevent a double free, crashes on
    aliases, and alias functionality
    * Fix crashes in the bonjour protocol
    * Always use UTF-8 for Yahoo! (#5973)
    * Fix a crash when the given jabber id is invalid.
    * Make the IRC "unknown message" debugging messages UTF-8 safe.
    * Fix connecting to ICQ
    * Fix a memleak when handling jabber xforms.

    Pidgin:
    * Include the send button plugin in the win32 build
    * Various memory leak fixes

    version 2.4.2 (05/17/2008):
    libpurple:
    * In MySpaceIM, messages from spambots are discarded (Justin Williams)
    * Strip mIRC formatting codes from quit and part messages.
    * IRC now displays ban lists in-channel for joined channels.
    * Fixed a bug where the list of loaded plugins would get removed when
    switching between different operating systems.
    * Fix reception of IRC PART without a part message on Undernet
    (fixes a problem with litter in the channel user list).
    * IRC no longer crashes on /list on servers which erroneously omit
    RPL_LISTSTART.
    * Update the NetworkManager support to use D-Bus directly, instead of
    libnm-glib. Hopefully it's stable now. It will now compile by
    default if you have D-Bus support and NetworkManager.h. (Elliott
    Sales de Andrade)
    * MSN buddy list synchronization is now more forgiving, only asking
    about buddies who have disappeared completely from the server list
    and not those that have simply moved groups.
    * IRC will now try to append 1-9 to your nick if it is in use, instead
    of substituting the last character with 1-9 where possible.
    * Bonjour buddies will be saved persistently if they're moved out of
    the "Bonjour" group. (Eion Robb)

    Pidgin:
    * The typing notification in the conversation history can be disabled or
    customized (font, color etc.) in .gtkrc-2.0.
    * Added a plugin (not installed by default) which adds a Send button
    back to the conversation window. People without physical keyboards
    have a hard time with the lack of the button.
    * Clicking on the buddyicon in the conversation window toggles the
    size of the icon between small and large.
    * The settings of a chat (e.g. Handle in an XMPP chat, or Exchange in
    an AIM chat) can be edited from its context menu in the buddy list.
    * Add a "Present conversation window" preference to the Message
    Notification plugin; the "Raise conversation window" option does not
    unminimize windows or draw attention to them when they are on other
    workspaces--the "Present" option should.
    * Add a preference to set Escape as the keyboard shortcut for closing
    the conversation window.
    * Add an option in the context menu to disable smileys in the selected
    text in the conversation history/log viewer. This should help people
    who regularly paste code in conversations.
    * Add a preference to choose the minimum size of the text input area in
    lines.
    * Moved the "Local alias" field in the Modify Account dialog to be below
    the "User Options" heading on the "Basic" tab.
    * Number of room occupants is now shown in chat tooltips where possible

    General:
    * The configure script now dies on more absent dependencies. The
    --disable-xxx arguments to configure can be used to bypass unneeded
    dependencies. This will also cause the configure script to die if an
    --enable-xxx option is used and the dependencies it requires are
    missing.
    * The Evolution integration plugin must now be explicitly enabled. Use
    the --enable-gevolution argument to configure to enable it.
    * The Contact Availability Prediction plugin must now be explicitly
    enabled. Use the --enable-cap argument to configure to enable it.

    Finch:
    * New default binding ctrl+x to open context menus.
    * Menu triggers and other bindings will no longer conflict.
    * Middle click pastes the internal clipboard (when mouse support is
    enabled).

    tnx man!!!!


  8. hi XPero,

    i tried the integration with nlite of XPize47b2Lite.exe, all ok apparently.... in your opinion? installer patch only the icon in the files... or copy a new exe/dll???

    bye great

    theSLug

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