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  1. Hi all. (-- Who's that guy? -- Shhh, its McBar's author!) Sorry, guys who 'found' a trojan in distribution. I have informed all of you once before in this thread, that it's a false positive. I don't know exactly how I managed to produce a false-trojan binary, but it was considered trojan even after a few recompilations, compressions and resource editing. Yet it's not a trojan, it's a very simple but powerful hook library in the manner of "anti-AV-malware" popular at the compilation time. The trojans at that time protected themselves from being scanned and deleted by tapping into antivirus wind
  2. Actually, there it goes: http://www.avedesk.org/desklet.php?id=62
  3. I'll try to make a mirror ASAP? I'll post the link a bit later
  4. I heard that rimmer is boiling/extremely melted steel. I thought this name suits me because: 1) I'm a metallist, the Manowar fan 2) sometimes I cant get so furious that is not very safe to stay near me. 3) good things can be forged with my help eventually My nick should be spelled in CAPSLOCK because of "Loud as it can be" principal by Manowar A while ago I started adding "333" digits to my nick because many forums and other sites said that RIMMER is already registered (not the Aqua-Soft case fortunately).
  5. Ahh, if you could appear a couple of years ago... At that time I was much interested in desktop development... Now the web is my destiny. Anyway, I wish you and your project good luck. I will anticipate it much
  6. Alas, Andreas, people seem to have really lost their interest. Particulary I did because of migrating to Linux...
  7. K... 1. Which incarnation of the iPod do you like the most (product line and generation)? iPod shuffle 1GB (the latest one, clipping) 2. Which version of iTunes do you like best? Winamp 2.81 (really!) 3. Name the celebrity you think is the hottest (do both genders for a chance at extra points!)? me 4. If you could have a super power, what would it be? Teleportation ability 5. What is your favorite color/colour? BLACK 6. Do you play World of Warcraft? No 7. Favorite genre of music (Try to keep it as simple as possible. I only know seven.)? Heavy Metal (loud as it can be!) 8. In one word
  8. Boy, you seem not to know the history of AveDesk. It all started with docklets, and then came era of desklets (which seem to be very close to docklets for developer). Then was SysStats (which was a docklet actually, but many people liked it as desklet). Then came AveScripter, bringing us the power of scripts (vs. compiling C/Delphi code). Actually, I was going to make K-let - a desklet like AveScripter, but aimed for launching Konfab widgets. But after AveScripter had been released I abandoned my own project. My advice: use AveScripter and port your beloved widgets to AveDesk, this way you'l
  9. Thanks, vkeios. I already have compiz (it is called Beryl since September), and I can't already live without it. And window decorations (header and buttons) are of course as on the screenshot under your link. I just wish to go further and have widgets (i.e. buttons, edit fields, scrollbars and others) modified to Aqua look. The only problem is that GNOME isn't sweet enough for me (though I have nice Aqua themes installed for it), but KDE is more difficult to customize (though it is very smooth-looking).
  10. Hi everybody. I was migrating to linux lately and faced one problem. There's a plenty of mac-looking skins for GNOME (one of them is glorious Gno-SX discussed somewhere around), but I cannot find something right-looking for KDE. There's popular Baghira theme in kde-look.org and others, but I don't like it (it looks too much Panther, when I wish for Tiger look). And even here I cannot find the right theme. I noticed that the whole KDE look and feel reminds of OSX. There're animated progress bars and hilighted edit fields, and those scrollbars with both scrolling buttons on the bottom... ahh,
  11. Thank you so much, Ave! I didn't participate the discussion of this request, but I saw it and hoped you will do this. Now I've got AveTunes in my favorite desklet list. Thank you! Unbe, you're evil
  12. ram, unpack the archive to [avedesk folder]/desklets/ Then go to Add Desklet dialog and simply add it. You'll have an x icon on your desktop; {double}clicking it, you will see the dock itself. G'luck!
  13. If anyone misses his own currency in currency convertor, here's the tutorial how to add your currency to the conversion list: 1. Check out the currency list in the attached file (see below this post). It contains the codes for totally 151 currencies from all over the world. If your currency is not there - I'm very sorry, but there's nothing to do with it. But if you see it there - find and remember a three-letter code next to its name, then proceed to the next step. 2. Go to [your AveDesk folder]DeskletsAveScripterUnitConverter. Find the file named 'units.xml'. First of all back it up to som
  14. OK, pcm. I solved this all. This was, as you might guess, for Unit Converter Plus (the currency updates). My solution was to ignore the empty value returned by XML.GetValue() and not to save it into units.xml. And "Catastrophic failure" is ussually thrown when operating with OLE (COM-to-JavaScript introduced objects in this case).
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