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..., and TheWorld2 is compatible with Maxthon2 plug-ins. COOL
-electronixtar (July 02, 2008, 02:09 AM)

[hint] [/hint]

Firefox was not able to get any of the files from iopage > brothersoft
when I finally got a file, using another browser, the average download speed was 10 kbps

Direct download

vBulletin 3.6.0 & NewsGateway 3.1.117

It's now the biggest Web+USENET forum in China

If your patient enough, maybe will KingSoft clone OneNote...  ;)


I love OneNote, but it can not run on Linux/Mac.

Just hope Zoho will release some collabrative Web version of OneNote  ;D

Maxthon is quit good, but TheWorld is much better, and TheWorld2 is compatible with Maxthon2 plug-ins. COOL

ps Good job, xbeta.

Developer's Corner / Anyway to invoke a hidden window?
« on: July 02, 2008, 02:00 AM »
GTalk has a hidden window  ;D

Open googletalk.exe with ResHacker, goto dialog resource 140

Is there anyway to invoke the window through some WM message?

Or just reverse the file, see any hidden easter egg launch parameter?

 ;D OK. I Often need to analyze HTTP, HTTPS packets with browsers, embedded IE controls, XMPP messages, etc. Is there any tool that.

1. Tiny, portable
2. Sniff any running process network packet data, not whole NIC traffic.
3. Launch a process and start sniff
4. with SSL decryption, g-zip decompression, chuncked decompression, or some dummy encryption/compression method in HTTP & XMPP
6. Able to filter results

I tried to use Wireshark... It's too complex. Smartsniff is good enough but not able to decrypt SSL/Gzip. Pity.

Any recommendations?

Living Room / Re: What's this?
« on: June 22, 2008, 11:45 PM »
I thought the same as three of ya above.  ;D

Thank you mouser!

Living Room / What's this?
« on: June 22, 2008, 09:31 PM »

A glass in front of a speech table. What's it used for?

Is it very common in the US?  ;D

There's a very new trick in Chinese-speaking community, use some dummy tool to update your USB flash drive firmware and you USB flash drive became USB CD-ROM, yeah, even bootable with BIOS support, and be recognized as USB CD-ROM in Windows.

Now I nearly throw my CD burner away.

Here's a post if someone is interested(in Chinese)

Sometimes I think it's not worthy to 'harvest' webpages, keep a webpage versioned, revised and updated is more and more popular.  ;D

Just save URL to and check it out later.

Is the Web evolving from user-generated to user-refreshed ?

I use and like Evernote. It's sufficient for basic note taking, although the desktop applications offer far greater features then the web version.

Ever use the program wikidPad? (at
Looks like something you can use. Free and open source - Screenshot below: (see attachment in previous post)

could this embedd pictures? LOL  ;D

Looks like EverNote is a good alternative  ;D

Find And Run Robot / Re: [Feature Request] HTTP POST request
« on: June 10, 2008, 07:16 PM »
Implement AutoIt3/FScript instead. Already socket, unicode, Win32 API wrapper support.

Don't re-invent the wheels! ;D

I've using OneNote for years, now collected data over 1GB  ;D

But I find it very annoying first because it's BIG, have install Office 2007 to use it, hope it's more slim and portable.

And I could not manage my info on Linux/Mac

Suddenly I thought that if OneNote support SVN versioning, everything is solved! I can even pending the same post from many places

Is there any full-stack PIM software like that?

Find And Run Robot / Re: Today is release day !!!
« on: June 08, 2008, 07:30 AM »
Can't wait :Thmbsup:  ;D

Living Room / Re: Where else do you go except DonationCoder
« on: June 05, 2008, 12:14 PM »

I always manually clean virus/malware  ;D

Most ppl visit lenovo for Thinkpad laptops, right?  ;D

I browse some times.

So do I  ;D

Yes but XULRunner is 20MB! not possible to bundle with FARR I guess. But still there is a possibility to embed xulrunner into IE and that way it could be embeded to FARR. (only for those willing to use mozilla)

But I think that XUL definitely rocks! Those of you having Firefox try examples on this page:
it is unbelievable what you can do with it. It would be perfect for FARR purposes! Pitty it is not supported by IE. Or at least if there was any easy plugin for IE to support XUL...

IMHO since Windows 95 Active Desktop could embedd webpages on desktop

what an 'invention' from mozilla!  ;D

IE does not support  SVG cauze IE has VML support, which comes from 'Art Text' in MS Office. Also IE8 seemed to support 'canvas' tag

electronixtar: do you think there is a way how to use mozilla gecko instead?
It's even slower~~ mshtml.dll is preloaded in Windows, but loading loading HTML is slow compared to GDI styled text & image

webkit is slowest~~~  ;D GTalk Labs Edtion use Webkit as html render engine, pretty ugly

Living Room / Re: Google Shell
« on: June 03, 2008, 08:56 PM »
It's pretty cool

Using comet will make it faster  ;D

Living Room / Re: Where else do you go except DonationCoder
« on: June 03, 2008, 08:56 PM »
WOW you guys look so professional ;D

 ;D Not very support this

mshtml.dll is quite HUGE memory taking, laaaaaaaaag and security hole for scripting zones

Purely personal opinion ;D

Living Room / Re: Where else do you go except DonationCoder
« on: June 01, 2008, 07:28 AM » , if you're into that kind of thing :)
(oh, and )
asm is a far too remote language for me ;D Like function / scripting language more

Living Room / Where else do you go except DonationCoder
« on: May 31, 2008, 11:42 AM »
I am totally n00b to English speaking communities. I came to DonationCoder because of that loooong editor choosing thread and FARR.

So which are the top 10 sites developers always go? I'd really like to see what's going on in a BBS/forum/community. Always like to see new ideas.

Any recommends?

Living Room / Re: Cam-Trax - Control games/computer with webcam
« on: May 31, 2008, 11:41 AM »
Already seen that  ;D

It's really *cheap* and cool

But suspicious of real-time response speed.

What if the cam laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaags or my fingure moves too quickly for the cam to capture?

I could add a FARR feature to help plugins figure out where to store data,
but let me clarify a little what this security hole is all about for people reading this and nervous.

There is a FARR plugin called "Google Calendar Quick Add", and with this plugin you have to configure your login info.

Sri decided to make a package of his pre-configured aliases and plugins and upload them for others.  He made a slight mistake and included the options file for this plugin, which has his gmail login info in it.

So this is not something any normal FARR user needs to be concerned with -- but it is a reminder for plugin writers and others who might zip up and share their FARR plugin configuration directories, to make sure you dont upload any configuration files that might have sensitive data inside them.

Like I said, I could add a feature into FARR which a plugin could call to get a MyDocuments folder suitable for storing options files, so that they arent in the normal FARR directories, but then again it would be just as easy for a plugin to do that.

Centralized storage would be cool.

ps another question: If 3 plugin use 3 FScript.dll, then there's 3 copy of FScript.dll in memory?

If you are going to publish you FARR MOD or plugin package on Web please double check every plugin folder  for "options.xml" where your Gmail account & password may be leaked through distribution. Especially "Google Calendar Quick Add" or any other account related plug-ins.

options.xml looks like this
<username label="Email :" value="[email protected]"/>
<password label="Password :" value="xxx"/>

One of the DC member already made a terrible mistake. I can't image how many ppl have donwloaded that plugin package.

Also, are there any ready-to-use solutions for credentials storage?

Saving plain passwords in XML is not a good idea. I am currently trying to write a twitter plugin for FARR, but where to save the passwords? The web-based auth_token hacking is complex & unstable

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