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Okey i found a bug

i wanted to view my work of art in the real preview so i quickly saved my file with the filename winntbbuX.dll and the i previewd it later on i made some changes and i tried to save over the winntbbuX.dll then the error uccured.

Run-time error '70'

Permition Denied

Thanx

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Okey i found a bug

i wanted to view my work of art in the real preview so i quickly saved my file with the filename winntbbuX.dll and the i previewd it later on i made some changes and i tried to save over the winntbbuX.dll then the error uccured.

Run-time error '70'

Permition Denied

Thanx

Mhhh,

maxXPsoft already reported a similar problem,

i cant reproduce this error though.

Can you give me a step by step report of what you did to the point where the error came up ?

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Oki doki here we go:

First launced v0.3.0

then opened up a copy of winntbbu.dll (that i have copied from my unattended winxp sp2 dir, to the WinntbbuED dir)

then i made some changes (doesent matter what kind of changes, i have the same error when i just save it over whitout have done ANY changes)

then i save it to the filename winntbbux.dll (note the X inte the end)

then i made some more changes to winntbbux.dll and try to save it again (over the already existing winntbbux.dll file)

This is where the error occurs.

Tell me if you want more info on hardware, WinXP sp2 patches i have installed, Programs i use or any other info neseccary to fix this.

EDIT: Ohh and in the settings of WinntbbdED i have ticked both options!

Thanx

Edited by Fascix
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And i should point out this aswell:

in the "About" dialoug you have a link whit the name: "Microsoft Software Forum Network" and it points to here; http://unattended.msfn.org/index.htm

but it would be better if it pointed to the actuall MSFN page which is http://www.msfn.org

This one: http://unattended.msfn.org/index.htm is for the Unnatended CD/DVD guide

And the other link you have takes you to YOUR winntbbuEd post not to the front page of the forum, maby fix the link or fix the link INFO! or add a third link to the front page of the forum!!!! :)

Just some minor thoughts thats all.

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in the Real Preview Notes some minor grammar corrections to be made:

Just a few thing you should know before using RealPreview:

should be

Just a few things you should know before using RealPreview:

  2) Real Preview requires a change of your screen resolution,
     this takes a few seconds, and its advised to close all
     other programs that might take unwanted effect of the
     resolution change

should be

  2) Real Preview requires a change of your screen resolution,
     this takes a few seconds, and its advised to close all
     other programs that might take unwanted effects of the
     resolution change

Hope you dont think i am a pain in the a**... just like your program and want to help you out.

Thanx

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Oki doki here we go:

First  launced v0.3.0

then opened up a copy of winntbbu.dll (that i have copied from my unattended winxp sp2 dir, to the WinntbbuED dir)

then i made some changes (doesent matter what kind of changes, i have the same error when i just save it over whitout have done ANY changes)

then i save it to the filename winntbbux.dll (note the X inte the end)

then i made some more changes to winntbbux.dll and try to save it again (over the already existing winntbbux.dll file)

This is where the error occurs.

Tell me if you want more info on hardware, WinXP sp2 patches i have installed, Programs i use or any other info neseccary to fix this.

EDIT: Ohh and in the settings of WinntbbdED i have ticked both options!

Thanx

This is very weird, i have hardly tried to reproduce this error,

using different winntbbu.dll's and making no or different changes.

I just cant raise this error :(

would you be willing to run a special debug version, if so i will build one

which will produce a special .log file, since i currently have no idea why a lock

is kept open!

Besides that it would be nice if you could look at this Post and get unlocker to verify it's the editor itself keeping the lock open.

Any help is highly appreciated on this one

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And i should point out this aswell:

in the "About" dialoug you have a link whit the name: "Microsoft Software Forum Network" and it points to here; http://unattended.msfn.org/index.htm

but it would be better if it pointed to the actuall MSFN page which is http://www.msfn.org

This one: http://unattended.msfn.org/index.htm is for the Unnatended CD/DVD guide

And the other link you have takes you to YOUR winntbbuEd post not to the front page of the forum, maby fix the link or fix the link INFO! or add a third link to the front page of the forum!!!! :)

Just some minor thoughts thats all.

Noted! 'n' Changed!

Next version will be more accurate on the links :D

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Hope you dont think i am a pain in the a**... just like your program and want to help you out.

Thanx

Dont worry i dont!

I'm am the master of typing errors, and my written english isnt the best either.

Besides that i am trying to create an app to make modders life easier, so any

input is welcome, maybe i wont be able, maybe i just dont want to realize everything thats suggested, but i at least will consider any suggestion.

And i'm happy about any help i get

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:) I download the WinntbbuED,but i found if it could only modify the winntbbu file in english version.

there is a error dialog when i open a chinese version winntbbu.dll file.

I hope the WinntbbuED could sustain the other language.

error.bmp

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:)  I download the WinntbbuED,but i found if it could only modify the winntbbu file in  english version.

there is a error dialog when i open a chinese version winntbbu.dll file.

I hope the WinntbbuED could sustain the other language.

Hi! Actually it does work with other languages, at least i tested it with english and german, but never with chinese, if you can share the winntbbu.dll that gives you that error, i will look into it and try to figure out whats different and why it gives you that error.

Edited by TheMadGuy
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Hi All!

so i have some good news and some bad news,

the bad ones first, i havent completed syssetup.dll support yet, and research might still take some time

the good one, did some more changes to the editor, which imho are worth a new release.

so here we go:

V0.3.1 Mainly Bug Fixes

f - filename check for .dl_ is no longer case sensitive

f - case of filename is no longer changed after expanding

f - minor error in the internal preview, the internal preview
has an extension of 640x480 but the top left logo was the
medium size which is used with 800x600. Now the appropiate
Picture is used

f - makecab is now executed passing the path of the original
file to be compressed, before there was no path used.
Which let the compressed file end up somewhere on the system
instead of the directory of the uncompressed one

f - some minor grammar errors

f - bug with the color editing, where canceling didnt restore the
previous colors

c - Default selected Logo in the Edit Pictures Dialog is now
small, reflecting the change in the internal preview

c - Link Destionation for the first and Description for the second
link in the about Dialog. They are more accurate now

c - the order of the items on the extra menu. This should improve
handling a bit

c - the way the edit pictures dialog fetches its images, this was
neccessary to display the step pictures correctly. this was no
longer correct since the Transparency color was added

c - minor layout corrections to the Edit Pictures Dialog

c - Moved Cabbing Menus to an own submenu on Extras

c - most of the loading messages to reflect the actual filename

c - Release mechanism and release point, hopefully eliminating the
error 70

a - Auto Expand for syssetup.dl_ aswell
now, if no syssetup.dll but a syssetup.dl_ is found in the
same directory as the winntbbu.dll you will be able to let
WinntbbuED expand it automaticly if possible

a - two new options to settings to dis/enable syssetup expandation

a - sub menu to Extras to apply makecab on syssetup.dll if present

a - right click context menu to the pictures in the edit picture
dialog, you can save pictures from there now

a - clear option to the context menu for the pictures. you can
now remove the logos and the step images completely

n - clearing works in different ways, for the logo's they get
completely deleted from the resources, the step pictures are
replace with original size images in the transparency color, so
if you change that color you will have to reclear those images.
This is necessary because of the way winntbbu.dll handeles its
resources. This is the most compilant way possible.

Clearing of the Animation Images is NOT supported, winntbbu.dll
doesnt handle that, if you want to remove those, i suggest you
replace them with 1x1 pictures matching your background image
color.

Now Get your WinntbbuED 0.3.1 and enjoy

Mirrors:

(Thnx 2 Kelsenellenelvian & maxXPsoft for providing them)

Rapidshare Link

maxXPsoft Mirror

Kelsenellenelvian Mirror

`Felix`Mirror

On a side node, i will be on vacation the next week, so dont wonder if you dont hear anything from me for that time

Edited by Tripredacus
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Thank you for the new version!

will got testing right away

KMan

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