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Find And Run Robot / Re: plugin problems
« on: November 22, 2007, 05:32 AM »
What could be the reason that on one of my XP machines FarrFox doesn't work?
I have the latest FARR and FarrFox v. 1.03.01.

Find And Run Robot / Re: plugin problems
« on: November 21, 2007, 03:45 AM »

I also have problems with latest FARR and its plugins, particularly FarrFox.
It doesn't work, even tough it is correctly installed. I have already tried to
uninstall/install again, but the problem remains.


I am using FARR 2.00.104 and it also works very reliably now. I haven't noticed any startup issues. And,  :Thmbsup:, it is very fast. Bravo, Mouser!


Can anyone who has experienced any hanging try downloading the new version (2.00.104) and let me know if it ever hangs on you?

I am also experiencing FARR v2.00.82 not starting up correctly. I have to manually kill the FARR in task manager, btw it is consuming
50% of CPU.

Mouser, could you send me link for new version?


alessio, new version with subfolder exclusion is now available.

Great! That is very useful addition. Thank you, Mouser.



First big thank you for FARR. I really can not imagine how could I live before without it.

I have one feature request tough. Maybe it is already implemented in new farr, I am using 2.00.82.
Could you possibly add an option to exclude certain subfolders from search?
For example, I have installed Cygwin in c:\program files\ and I want to exclude it
from search because the Cygwin subfolder is really big (2GB).


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