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Thanks again for your hardwork P2Labs! btw i think the MD5 checksum of the portable version of P2stego doesn't match the MD5 checksum that you have on the web page.

Hey P2labs can you add a feature into P2Checksum to quickly compare a file's MD5 checksum with the checksum of a website? Doing it using only your eyes can be kinda tricky.

Thanks for your hard work!  :Thmbsup:

P2Hitman and P2Crypto seem promising.

Hey P2Labs can you make the portable versions (no installer) of your other programs available for download? I would really like that.

Good Idea - DONE!!
I didn't think there was that much emphasis on portable apps (am I wrong)?
Thanks again...

Thank you! portable programs allow me (and probably other people) to quickly try programs without having to install anything. It's just more convenient this way.

Once you install there's a single executable and a wav file for the credits dialog. If you don't want the sound then the single file is portable. No DLLs - all packed in onto one file...

If the app is portable then why don't you make the single executable available for download? that way people wouldn't have to install the program first in order to extract the executable.

Is this app portable?

Site/Forum Features / Re: March 2009 Fundraiser Wrap-up
« on: April 12, 2009, 06:18 PM »
Thanks for the info Mouser!   :Thmbsup:

General Software Discussion / Re: I'm Steaming About Steam
« on: April 09, 2009, 06:21 PM »
From what i have heard they can have pretty crappy support but i wouldn't know personally. If you don't mind me asking what's your problem with Steam?

I have never used microsoft support.

I was planning on getting Gothic 2 eventually (it seems very interesting) so this mod is worth a look, too bad i don't speak german.

No problem, is you i have to thank since i was looking for a similar app to P2Stego awhile ago and i wasn't able to find one.

YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application) - it's a N.A.N.Y. 2008 entry by hollowlife1987

I will also give it a look, thanks a lot!

Much appreciated!
Thank you!!

No problem, is you i have to thank since i was looking for a similar app to P2Stego awhile ago and i wasn't able to find one. If you have a problem with the review let me know.

I featured your program in my blog:


Okay, thanks! by the way i have a couple of questions. First does P2Stego works with all Windows versions? and second does it require the .net framework to run?

Yeah it's a pretty neat app, my only annoyance with P2Stego is that when inputting the password to reveal a message the enter button doesn't work,you have to click on the "reveal message" button. putting the password and then just pressing enter would be faster in my opinion. Oh and it's very nice that it's portable.

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Hey this is app is pretty cool, i just used P2Stego to hide a message in the above image. If you'd like you can decode it with the password "donationcoder"

Hey this sounds like a pretty cool app, i will give it a try.

He also looks kinda fat...or maybe it's just me seeing things.

Site/Forum Features / Re: March 2009 Fundraiser Wrap-up
« on: April 05, 2009, 01:26 PM »
So you are not going to spend it all on hookers and blow?

Site/Forum Features / Re: March 2009 Fundraiser Wrap-up
« on: April 05, 2009, 11:21 AM »
Wow so many new people donated, that is pretty cool.

I almost suggested ShowOff myself -- which is a cool program meant to show on screen in a nice big font the key being pressed, and was designed for making screenscast video recordings.. It's a very useful tool for such purposes.

BUT, i think what Coeluh is asking for (correct me if wrong!) is something to help him figure out what the hotkeys or keyboard scancodes are for certain keys, so that he can use these codes in another program.

Oh, if that's the case i dunno which app to recommend.

I think Skrommer had made a little app that when run showed what keyboard keys were being pressed, it was called ShowOff. It may be what you are looking for.

Living Room / Re: OS Re-install Tips?
« on: April 02, 2009, 01:29 PM »
Have you tried Nlite? is a program that can help you put drivers, updates and hotfixes into a Windows XP installation disc. It can save lot's of installation time if used corectly.

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