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Screenshot Captor / Re: Screenshot captor V4.21.1 Keyboard Keys not working
« Last post by Ath on Today at 12:48:30 AM »
did not work for me since the onedrive box that I am told to uncheck is and was unchecked.
Have you tried turning it on and then back off again? That sometimes helps to turn things really off. :huh:
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Many thanks, Deozaan. I've now checked. The version number is way out of date, but apparently I succeeded in turning WD off when I installed Kaspersky and did not succeed in turning it back on when it kept nagging at me to do so. So Windows Defender is turned off. I'm assuming that means that it hasn't been scanning anything and won't be doing so, and thus it will not be vulnerable to the malware threat in question. If I'm wrong, I hope someone will let me know.

The fact that you aren't running/updating it doesn't have relevancy in many cases with these kinds of vulnerability.  It might in this case, but I wouldn't depend on that.
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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2.4.3 build 471 Display Properties throws error
« Last post by wraith808 on May 23, 2017, 07:25:55 PM »
Maybe, for whatever reason, MS won't, in the end, take responsibility for fixing whatever they seem to have broken, and which apparently only they could fix, so then it would be left to the app developer(s) to adapt the apps affected, so that they point to the new address (or whatever it is).


If you develop for a platform, you know that the platform's developers are under no obligation to support your software.  Or at least you should know that.  You have to roll with the platform's releases.  They didn't intentionally break t-clock.  They also didn't intentionally not break it these years.  It would be up to a developer to figure out what the problem is, and change/correct the software.
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T-Clock / Re: T-Clock 2.4.3 build 471 Display Properties throws error
« Last post by IainB on May 23, 2017, 06:12:00 PM »
... So the old Display Settings may very well just be gone...
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Oh, good point. If they have been progressively decommissioning the old Control Panel, then you might well be proven right. Ha-ha and there I was gullibly presuming that they would probably fix it...    :-[
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Screenshot Captor / Re: Screenshot captor V4.21.1 Keyboard Keys not working
« Last post by whanenbu on May 23, 2017, 04:15:40 PM »
It definitely has to do with onedrive.  However, the solution did not work for me since the onedrive box that I am told to uncheck is and was unchecked.  If I exit onedrive and restart screenshot captor, it then works.  Since onedrive is started automatically with windows, the prtscr appears to be redirected.

Any other ideas? 
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Woohoo! :D
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Thanks for testing and for the report, Kopejkin.

Can I trouble you to download the new version I just uploaded and see if that bug message is gone?  I have removed the redbox kludge option since it's no longer needed.
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I confirm that the red field is no longer displayed during capture. An additional option is not used.
Checked on Windows 8.1 (x64) and Windows 10 (x64).

It's unclear just what this message is displayed when I start the program for the first time and select capture "Entire Screen"?

Here is a link to the video file with this message: https://yadi.sk/i/WB61ZRXd3JTSfq
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General Software Discussion / Re: YNAB moving to a subscription model
« Last post by Deozaan on May 23, 2017, 12:34:39 PM »
I have to hand it to the folks at YNAB! They just updated the "Classic" mobile app so that it would be compatible with changes Dropbox is making to their API in June. They only committed to supporting the "legacy" version of YNAB until the end of 2016, so it's nice of them to have made this change for those of us who still aren't happy with and haven't changed over to their subscription model.
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