damian666

Vistapack 2.6 released

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ok, thanx Chris, i got it and have put it in.

damian666

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Hello Damian,

there are 2 little spelling errors in Chris code:

101 DIALOGEX 32, 10, 435, 249

STYLE DS_FIXEDSYS | DS_MODALFRAME | WS_POPUP | WS_VISIBLE | WS_CAPTION

EXSTYLE WS_EX_TRANSPARENT

CAPTION "Algemein"

LANGUAGE LANG_GERMAN, SUBLANG_GERMAN

FONT 8, "MS Shell Dlg"

{

CONTROL "Windows version:", 10, BUTTON, BS_GROUPBOX | WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE | WS_GROUP, 139, 8, 294, 66

...

it must read:

CAPTION "Allgemein" and

CONTROL "Windows Version:", 10, BUTTON, BS_GROUPBOX | WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE | WS_GROUP, 139, 8, 294, 66

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ok, thanx man :D

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@ChrisKuhli

How do you make this translations. Do you translate it by yourself, or you use text from resources. I really can't understand how do you make errors in translation. You just need to extract the resource and upload it for Damian. He well apply translations to fit the best.

Cheers ;)

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lol :P, hi mara, where the hell have you been man?

we were looking for you man :D

damian666

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lol :P, hi mara, where the hell have you been man?

we were looking for you man :D

damian666

I was on vacation. :D Also, I'm creating something new for Slipstreamer, which is more complicated then I thought. :wacko:

Cheers ;)

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well, if you need help... you know who to ask right? :D

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well, if you need help... you know who to ask right? :D

damian666

Yeah, I know, but it's not the AutoIt problems. Problem is in some VB script which I'm trying to convert in AutoIt code. I done most of the job, but it seems that I cant understand it completely. If you know anything about VB scripting let me know and maybe you can help me.

BTW, what happened with Dutch translation you promised ? :D

Cheers ;)

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translation is getting there :D , you knwo me... busy buy busy

But i have a vb to autoit converter for you :D

want to have it ?

damian666

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Sure, why not? PM me with it, we should continue about this in PM, since this is not for your Vista Pack thread. :D.

Cheers ;)

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yep, i agree :D

damian666

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Just an FYI, there are new TClock3 and SmoothText versions out. TClock3 0.3.5 is a lot more stable and is worth a try.

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oh, trust me... i will :D

thanx a lot man

Damian666

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Have you tried it yet? How is it treating you? I've been working like crazy on TClock3, and have been making rapid progress:

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It's nowhere near ready for release, but things are moving very quickly. I'm finding that with the current framework it's easy to skin window components.

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well, at first glance... its much stabler indeed.

i had some trouble with the old skin-ini, but after recreating it manually, i can say it works again...

only the startbutton overlay seems to hate me :P

i cant get it back in place, but overall... i will keep it in for a while longer to see if people are willing to test it out for you.

maybe we can crush some more bugs. but you did a great job man :D

i am off to find myself a new windowskin for it :D vistastyle ofcourse.

thanx a lot, and i will keep you posted.

Damian666

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