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IMO it's an effective anti-spyware, however I'm afraid it's way too bloated for my taste.

Just look at how long it takes for it to cold start... And better not enable those resident real-time protection stuff if you don't have a high-end system.

As a strict on-demand scanner it works pretty well for me.

General Software Discussion / Re: DivX Pro for free
« on: June 07, 2007, 08:59 PM »
Hmmm, somehow the reg key I received from them failed activation. :(

General Software Discussion / Re: download google video
« on: June 05, 2007, 08:25 AM »
you dont have to watch google video inside browsers, try this:

yeah, look what it returned when i queried for miranda..

hehehe, that's coz u accidentally restricted searching to the board of "Post New Requests Here". Return to forum board index and try again. ;)

I'll have school final exams on 5th, 18th, 19th and 20th. :wallbash: :rip:, so I guess I won't be able to resume coding smf search in 2 wks.

In the meanwhile for those who are interested, give my very primitive demo a try:

The demo (just a demo) searches a bit outdated copy of DC database (May 12 2007) but it will serve.

Hopefully the new search will be integrated into DC forum search without substantially modifying the existing interface.

I'd love to have your bug reports/feature requests here.  :Thmbsup:

Updated: 3 June 2007.

Download: http://www.mrmouser....ForumCrawl030617.rar

74.9MB RAR package containing 8,523 individual html files. (all useless Login.html files are removed, so what's left is pure meaningful content)

What's so great about these archives, unofficially?

... imagine our hosting service provider suddenly goes belly-up; mouser in a fit of anger kicks his cpu, short-circuiting his psu, which explodes, immediately bringing his hdds with forum backup files to six feet under - we will still have DC.  ;D ;D ;D

Mobysaurus / Re: WordWeb 5 icon?
« on: May 29, 2007, 07:57 PM »
Not a problem. :)

I've been waiting for database revisions to accumulate in order to upload a minor update, with the new icon.

Nice trick, justice!

Screenshot - 28_05_2007 , 6_14_35 PM.png

TweakUI is a part of MS powertoys, and can be downloaded here:


Read the "where are the requirements?" section above, don't you think it shares the exact same objectives, and is also "in the spirit" of 'pay per post'? What are the differences aside from not paying reviewers in cash?

Do you see anywhere in the requirements that says "Required text: I tested it and wrote this review, in return I got a free copy of the product."? Are you expecting reviewers who are after this offer to voluntarily append such text to their reviews? So what do you end up with? - false, paid (in nature) reviews.

It gives reviewers incentives to bias their reviews and it's so highly focused on marketing (SEO, etc.), at least in my opinion. Don't you reckon there's a strong desire not only to get the word out, but also to mislead potential customers? Is it something a reputable software vendor would do to promote its product? (e.g. eye-catching text on the front page saying: come on review our product on your site and you'll be rewarded after other people read it)

Welcome to the forum Alex.S  :) And please accept my apologies for my premature conclusion above.

However I do have two questions here:

1. Why does it say "Download Now (it's free)" at the top of frontpage, and is displayed in such an obvious manner - when neither ACA Capture  ($29.95) or ACA Capture Pro ($39.95) is free?

2. titan216, the person who started this topic in last September, posted a series of messages promoting your product immediately after his registration on the forum. Those messages were highly suspicious of spamming and even a few were deleted because of obvious spamming.

Is the person one of your affiliates or your "pay per post" participants (who gets reward from you by posting positive reviews of your product on forums/blogs)? Or as he himself claimed:

i am a common user of ACA product....i do not have any further relationship with
ACA company..

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe you are endorsing and promoting "pay per post", which does not approve.

From ACA Systems website:

Screenshot - 22_05_2007 , 8_18_15 PM.png

Screenshot - 22_05_2007 , 8_17_37 PM.png

DonationCoder's position on "pay per post" activities:

We've discussed this practice here:

While i can certainly sympathize with how hard it is for companies to get attention sometimes, even for the best products, needless to say this is absolutlely unacceptable here and i think it's a horrible idea, and it will not be tolerated on this forum.

I would advise everyone to stay away from any company that pays people to post about their stuff.

We always welcome software authors here to interact directly with users, and I appreciate timely response from you regarding these questions.  :)

Check out the new notifier v1.1.6!

Every time a user posts on the forum, it displays poster and topic info so you don't have to open new browser window any more in order to view his profile .  8)

Screenshot - 21_05_2007 , 9_54_36 PM.png

If you intend to use FireFox as the default browser to open links in Outlook, check this out:


Microsoft KB Article

The Locate Link Browser dialog box appears when you open a Web link in an e-mail message in Outlook 2003

When you click a Web link in an e-mail message in Outlook 2003, the Web site opens in a browser window and the Locate Link Browser dialog box appears.

This problem occurs on a Microsoft Windows 2000-based computer that has a third-party browser that does not support Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), such as Netscape Navigator and Mozilla.

To resolve this problem, follow these steps to clear the Use DDE check box:
1.   Double-click My Computer.
2.   On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
3.   On the File Types tab, click URL:MailTo Protocol in the Registered File Types list, and then click Edit.
4.   In the Actions box, click Open, and then click Edit.
5.   Click to remove the Use DDE check box, and then click OK.
6.   Click Close two times.

Another helpful link:

Possible solution #2 Reset URL Handler

Screenshot - 21_05_2007 , 3_52_14 AM.png


Possible solution #3 IE Registry Fix

  • Select Run... from the Start menu.
  • Type "iexplore /rereg".
  • Click OK.

Possible solution #4 Re-register DLLs

  • Select Run... from the Start menu.
  • Type "regsvr32 urlmon.dll".
  • Click OK.
  • Click OK again.
  • Repeat the Start | Run... procedure with the following commands in this order, maybe checking after each for returning function: "regsvr32 shdocvw.dll" "regsvr32 mshtml.dll" "regsvr32 browseui.dll"


Hmm, perhaps "find kaedeoversigt" means "find link browser" in English?

Related links to similar problem feedback:

Whenever I click a link in the emails I receive, Outlook 2003 will open a box

Seems to me that Outlook is no longer able to recognize/find your default browser it uses to open links in email. So I'd recommend you to: -

1. Restore default browser to Internet Explorer


If you want to open a hyperlink you may receive the following message:
"This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator"
2. Please verify, that under INTERNET PROGRAMS the correct e-mail program is selected.
3. Click to select the Internet Explorer should check to see whether it is the default browser check box
4. When the Internet Explorer starts the next time, it will ask you to be the default browser, please click YES.

2. Try again in Outlook to see if problem persists

3. Set the default browser to your favorite browser, I'll bet it's not IE  ;D

Try disabling all Outlook add-ons to isolate the problem.

Tools -> Options -> Other -> Advanced Option   :)

Resident artist Nudone has contributed yet another three brand-new Cody logos to our superb Cody graphics collection!

See them in action at!  :-* :-* :-* :-*

(The primary logo is shown from Monday to Friday, and the rest two are shown at weekends.)

They add so much to the site and I'm very excited!

Thanks again Nudone!  :Thmbsup:

Could you make it somehow that I could switch between:

The problem here is the function only works when the notifier gets to log in your personal forum account (with your forum username+password), synchronize cookies and session info with your main browser, and click buttons (e.g. "Mark as read") for you like a robot. I'm not sure if it's practical to code these functions, though I'll certainly explore more. :)

One major drawback of letting the notifier get into your forum account is - you will be shown as "online" on the forum front page 24/7!  ;D

Maybe by allowing us experts to change the RSS feed the notifications are based on? (don't know if that would work)

Yes that won't be too hard. Lemme see what I can do.  :)

how about a link from the notifier back to this thread so that we can post comments/feature requests/bugs much easily.

Just click on "Check for Updates [v x.x.x.x]".  ;)

btw, what does "Read Abridged Posts Only" mean?

You know DC Post Notifier works by checking and loading one of the DC forum RSS feeds (https://www.donation...l;type=rss2;limit=10). The body text of an RSS feed (in this case, forum post text) is usually abridged (i.e. cut off after X number of characters) for bandwidth saving and readability. For example, "lanux128" -> "lanu...".

However, since the notifier is for DC geeks like you and me 8), there goes the option of "Read Abridged Posts Only". When it's unchecked, we get to read full-length forum posts ("lanux128") instead of abridged ones ("lanu..."). For me often I'm too lazy to open up a new browser window to "read the rest of the story", so I just go through everything in the notifier.

The option will not affect the idle bandwidth usage of the notifier, which consumes around max 2kb per minute when you set checking interval to every 15 seconds.

New package. Up-to-date as of 17 May 2007.

Download: http://www.mrmouser....ForumCrawl070517.rar

76.01MB RAR package containing 9,150 individual html files. It is mouser-killing! :D

General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox
« on: May 16, 2007, 08:09 AM »
Great. Firefox is clearly a better choice over IE7 (IMHO).

Talking about add-ons, I currently have the following installed and enabled:

1. Fire Bug
2. Web Developer Toolbar
3. Restart Firefox
4. ReloadEvery

You might be interested in this topic as well: Firefox Extensions: Your favorite or most useful   :)

Justice: vista bug fixed, plz download the latest version :)

Thanks!!  :Thmbsup:

Ah, i have UAC (user account control) disabled on my vista so i didnt see the prob

I'll come up with a solution very soon, stay tuned! :)

No proxies

Possibly your antivirus / access control program is preventing the notifier from creating a temporary file in C:\ (root directory).

Do you see C:\dcloadhtml.htm when running the notifier? :)

The title is displayed but nothing else.

Have u set up any proxies in IE?

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