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UrlSnooper / Re: I upgraded, new URLSnooper dissapears
« on: December 17, 2006, 02:31 PM »
I'm using v2.05.01.  I'd kinda guessed I was in a simple mode, but the v2.14 dissappeared first click every time.  As for the URLSnoopersettings, I just pulled it out of the recycle bin, as I'd reinstalled the old working version in a new folder, and deleted the old one.  Nothing looks screwy with it, but I'm no programmer.  Thanks for the advice.  I can't tell you enough how awesome the 'Snoop' is.

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UrlSnooper / I upgraded, new URLSnooper dissapears
« on: December 17, 2006, 01:42 PM »
After doing an install on 2.14.02 I got a screen much different than the previous version.  Just 'File' and 'Help' in the menu bar.  The wizard found my network card np.  Anytime I clicked to do anything, the whole program vanished off the screen.  I tried the two choices I've mentioned, and rebooted.  I ran WMP, then URLSnooper, and a right-click on a found URL.  No icons in the system tray, nothing.  I tried reboot, and reinstall by a manual unzip.  I successfully uninstalled, and put an old version back on my comp np.  Since I did the uninstall, I might be useless to help with figuring out the problem, but I wanted to post it just in case the information is usefull.

Thanks for your time and a great program. 

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Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Speaker monitor for telephone
« on: June 15, 2006, 11:39 PM »
Phone cords are disappearing from the backs of computers fast, but I'd plug mine in for a way to monitor phone calls through the voice modem.  I don't picture using the mic for the conversations, but rather just picking up the phone when I'm taken off hold.  There's an option to listen to the calls being dialed for my fax software, and I think Outlook has the option too, so it seems possible.  I've looked around extensively, and I haven't found anything close.  Has anybody thought this one up before?

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