Maheriano: You really need to cool it man. The software is free, all you have to do is just make an account, so what, big deal... You don't have to pay for the software, you don't have to pay for plugins, you don't have to pay for support! so PLEASE, quit your threats and whining, it's childish and uncalled for. The rest of us have no problem creating an account, and downloading the software the way it's supposed to be had, so what's got your panties all in a bunch man?
All in all, it's not bull****, it's how it is. If you don't like it, then go use another frontend.
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I'm developing an USBKey app that locks RideRunner when USB stick is removed. In Win2K the "Unsafe Removal of Device" pop up happens, and I kill it with a sendmessage routine. All works great stand alone, but when running Ride Runner, the loss of focus for a split second kills the Road Runner compatibility exe. If I just rename the RoadRunner.exe, (ie: removing it from starting) all works great. The issue is that RRMedia dies if RoadRunner compatibility exe is not running. I know that we will be able to eliminate the compatibility exe in the future when everyone is done updating thier apps/plugins, but right now it is a show stopper. Any Ideas?
Since when did giving my name, address and phone number out to random companies I've never heard of, over the internet, become safe to do? Should this be something I consider every time I see the word "free" attached to something I want on the internet?
I wish the developers would put themselves in my shoes...if you can't justify this behavior as something you would do with your own personal info, how do you justify asking it of your "customers"?
If you're going to charge for it, just charge for it. I'll be happy to pay a reasonable price for it. At least then, I'd have my credit card company to afford me some level of protection.
I have too much time and too little aggravation in my life, so I built a carPC. ;)
Yeah, Win2K. Got a prob with that? I know about it being specific to that OS version. I'm not lookin for a way to stop it. (We have google out in the wild wild west now!) I don't have a problem closing the popup with code. I'm askin as to why the compatibility exe takes a **** when it looses focus for a second. Sheesh!