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List the one feature or removal you would like to see in version 1.1, please

if you want Nuhi to read it keep it simple, one feature or item removal.

Just so you know there is a new page in 1.1, application install (addons will

still be supported). Oh yes ie7b3 works in 1.1.

BD B)

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a way to set up users accounts :) would be nice i know there is a script way to do it but ... << is a newbie to that ... lol :)

edit / ps

offtopice : thanks for how you did the DotNet ver 2 addon file

;) i found how it was setting file was usefull :) for making 3 addons i needed to make :) big thanks bonedaddy

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I want to be able to remove more components :hello:

Thanks in advance, nuhi :thumbup

I know you can do it!

P.S.: I forgot, directly integrating Driver Packs would be great too ;)

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Could nlite recompress with LZX all files that are compressed as MSZIP ?

Also, there is a lot of things with file associations and query.dll in the registry. It seems query.dll is part of Indexer Service. Could you investigate this a bit ?

edit : wrote LMZX instead of LZX. :wacko:

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@camarade tux

Could nlite recompress with LMZX all files that are compressed as MSZIP ?

that could be a problem than could it be unziped dueing the install

is the catch point i think

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@camarade tux
Could nlite recompress with LMZX all files that are compressed as MSZIP ?
that could be a problem than could it be unziped dueing the install

is the catch point i think

Both compression schemes he's talking about are CAB compression.

@Camarade tux, don't you mean LZX though?

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@camarade tux
Could nlite recompress with LMZX all files that are compressed as MSZIP ?
that could be a problem than could it be unziped dueing the install

is the catch point i think

Both compression schemes he's talking about are CAB compression.

@Camarade tux, don't you mean LZX though?

LZX indeed, typo. Edited my previous post. ;)

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plzzz make an interim release which support ie7b3. plzz plzz.

stop spaming nlite threads with this request.....it will be out when is ready...u know nuhi has exams.....

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