eisteh

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  1. Thanks for the new release! And I want to continue the little discussion I've started in 2.0 thread. Didn't think that making a smaller package was that much time consuming. As you are the dev and I have no idea of all this I have to accept your answer and the fact that there will be no Lite version. Guess I can life with it, it would just save a little space. So the only thing you don't like about the XPize boot screen is the missing "progress bar"? If so, wouldn't a mod of it do the job? Anyways, if I find something that would be a good replacement for the almost standard like boot screen, I'll tell you. But maybe it would be easier when I just change it for myself. Perhaps all the other guys like this "standard" boot screen?
  2. Like this one, fits better to my Visual Style Anyways, is there any chance that (perhaps with the next release?) there will be a Lite Version like the one that exists for Xpize? BTW: Personally, I don't like the Bootscreen ^^ It looks like the original WinXP one.. The XPize one in Black would look great, wouldn't it?
  3. Is there going to be a Qucktime Alternative Lite 1.90? Just asking Thanks for the quick Real Alt. update and - of course - Open Office
  4. Wow thanks, wasn't necessary to create the addon! I understand that you won't release beta packages. Anyways, thanks for the 7zip and the Notepad++ update
  5. Hi rado , I'm already looking forward to an updated Notepad++ package but I have to ask you for another update/new addon. This time it is about 7zip. You offer the latest final version and theres already an addon pack for the latest beta. Still I wonder if you could also offer the latest beta - or won't you release any beta packages, which I would understand. Thanks in advance for your reply and your great work! Can't say thank you often enough
  6. Well, I use 7 of your addons (MPC, Quicktime and Real Alternative Lite, Java RE 6, Infra Recorder, Xvid) and MPC is the only one that installs to Program Files instead of Apps (which is my customized default folder). Just noticed this and wanted to be sure that everything is normal. No personalized addon needed, I'll get used to it! Thanks!
  7. Hey again! Got another question now, this time regarding the Media Player Classic addon. The addon installs its file to C:\Programm Files\Media Player Classic, shouldn't it be copied to the windows apps folder? Would at least make more sense for me. Another thing is that the executable is called "Media Player Classic 6.4.9.0.exe" instead of the usual "mplayerc.exe". Purpose or mistake? Just noticed this as my shortcuts wouldnt work anymore and I almost got mad before I noticed that the filename has changed. Thanks!
  8. I knew the difference, but the existance of a Quicktime Alt. Lite Addon was pretty new to me and I didn't know that you also maintain a Media Player Classic addon. I'll use the Media Player Classic Addon then, thanks anyways BTW: Thanks for updating Notepad++ that fast (as usual)
  9. Thank you for maintaining this big amount of addons and for the fast updates! Just one thing: Why did you only release a lite version of quicktime alternative v1.81? I'm waiting for an update of the normal one and would realy appreciate it!
  10. Hey rado! What version (build) is your Foxit Addon? I noticed that some new builds were released and Johndoe already updated his package, so I wondered if you will update yours, too?
  11. Great, a lot of packs, and the best: they are up to date! Well, anyways, I have a question and a request Here's my question: I downloaded the Quicktime & Real Alternative lately, so, I wonder if the Media Player Classic will be installed with one of the packages, if it will be installed two times (what wouldn't change anything, I guess) or if do I have to install it seperately? Anyways, would you mind creating a package for DeamonTools? I wouldn't need to reinstall it if I'd manage to integrate this SCSI passthrough thingy, but im kinda too 'noobish' and let people do the job that know what they are doing That's it.