« on: March 11, 2013, 08:09 PM »
Indeed. I was just being lazy by not posting them in the first place
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I need clarification on #2 -- can you elaborate?Here are three screengrabs showing what I see on Prompt dialog, clipboard image pasted into Paint, and saved and opened in SC:-mouser (March 11, 2013, 07:35 PM)
I restored my computer today and just tried with the previous version, and it's now picking up the change. Must've been some issue with my system.- SSC updates the thumbnail view when files are created/deleted/renamed in the capture folder, but it doesn't update the thumbnail view if a file is overwritten (eg. save an image to the capture folder and use the name of an existing file to overwrite it).
SC is designed to auto pickup when a file changes.. but perhaps something about the way you are saving it is making it miss the change. I actually just changed something that might improve this -- can you try with the latest version of Screenshot Captor and let me know if you still see this behavior?-mouser (June 07, 2011, 07:05 PM)
Sorry for delayed response, I wonder if we should split this into a few sections.Feel free to snip/move away.
Let's deal with SpyShelter issue first -- I'm guessing the problem is related to a child window on top of the main window. If you move the child window off the main window so that its background is the desktop, can you tell me if that fixes the problem?No, it's exactly the same.
Also, if you disable the Window Capturing 1 option to try to capture Aero Glass, what kind of result do you get then?
Out of curiosity what happens if you install Express on a 64-bit platform? Does it still compile to 32-bit or does it work out that you are using 64-bit and default to that?I installed to XP Pro x64 SP2 and it defaults to Win32.-Carol Haynes (November 21, 2007, 06:45 PM)
Hmm... this page (which is for VC++ 2005 so it may not apply to 2008) says that you can enable x64 targets in Express by installing the .NET Framework SDK:I also read that page, and have read another which says you need to install Windows SDK. However, I have tried both methods and still had no luck producing a nativwe x64 app.
http://msdn2.microso...9yb4317s(VS.80).aspx-mwb1100 (November 21, 2007, 05:08 PM)
Hmmmm, /MP? I see that it's for cl.exe, how does it work? If you specify only a single .c or .cpp file on the commandline, can it still effectively use multiple processes (I bet not)? I've been using multi-instance compiling with SCons build scripts, and supposedly VS2005 supports it in the IDE (I never got it to kick in though, it always only shows 1> in the output log, never 2>). Interesting to see it in the compiler, though.I don't use the command-line, but the /MP switch will spawn separate compiler processes for different source files (eg. if your project consists of source1.cpp and source2.cpp, then VS2008 can compile them simultaneously. However, if your project only consists of a single source file, then the /MP switch will not have any effect). I have a quad core, and the /MP switch results in five compiler processes being spawned (ie. number of cores + 1). You can also specify exactly how many processes should be spawned by using /MP[number of processes - 1].
Interestingly I don't see an option for compiling to 64bit code on the compiler, I would have expected it there, neither for vs2008 express nor vs2005 full.[/b]I have successfully managed to compile a native x64 app with VC++ 2005 Standard (I did a full install of VS2005 + SP1 + Intellisense hotfix), although this doesn't work with all my apps. To do this, do the following:
Anyway, iirc you get the x64 compiler with the PlatformSDK, or perhaps it's the DDK, but I dunno if it's as fully featured as the compiler from VS Pro.The compilers in the Express editions are supposed to be the same. The only difference being added tools like resource editor, unit test, more options can be specified through prefs dialog etc. I'm wondering whether the 64-bit compilers in Windows Server 2008 Platform SDK also support the /MP switch though.
Fixed that, and fSekrit builds okay for x64. And heck, it even (seems to ;P) work, bloats exe size by 40k though.People running an x64 OS aren't bothered by the slight bloat if it means they get to run a native x64 app
The needs improvement sectionSome of us early adopters campaigned for Kaspersky to re-introduce this after it was removed (or was being considered for removal - I foget now) between versions 5 and 6. Thankfully, they saw sense and listened to us . You can always change it with a different sound by replacing the file Infected.wav in C:\Program Files\Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0\Skin\sounds, although why you'd want to is beyond me.
- Horrible "stuck pig squeal" sound in alerts - I immediately turned off the audible alerts.
The needs improvement sectionThis only happens when a low-level driver has been updated, and there is no way around it. You don't have to reboot immediately as it will just continue using the previous driver(s). Norton either didn't notify that a driver had been updated, or they didn't update their drivers that often.
- Updates sometimes need reboot - In 10 days of usage, the automatic updates have twice asked that I reboot my system. This is in contrast with Norton, from which I recall this only once in 1 year of usage.
The needs improvement sectionThey could licence WinPE from Microsoft, but then that would push up the price of KAV/KIS. Kaspersky would also have to pay MS a royalty for every trial version of KAV/KIS downloaded that included WinPE, which is not realistic unless they disabled this feature in the trial.
- To build a rescue disc (which you should do!), you must first download and install BartPE; KIS isn't capable of building a boot disc on its own. This method works fine for a power user, and was even fairly quick, but I can't imagine my mom going through the process.
Well, I don't know about v7, but I've had problems with Kaspersky v....6.5 I think : way too often (and every time KIS started) computer (dell laptop) would freeze for 1-3min. I tried many many things, searched the forum, etc. But was never able to get rid of that problem. So I decided that I wouldn't buy it (it happened 2-3 times that KIS froze my computer when I URGENTLY needed it... didn't like that at all).Did you tick the option "Concede resources to other applications" in Settings->Protection ?-Armando (September 12, 2007, 12:26 PM)