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    Quote Originally Posted by d_sellers1
    I remember v1 of the nag remover. It worked great. Can't wait to give this one a try. Thanks.

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    I got version 2.2.. and I double check that's what I have but it still doesnt click the OK. It looks like it wants to do ..."something" because the OK window goes out of focus 2-3 seconds after it loads... but what is your program clicking on if not on ok ? :P Just my humble opinion, but wouldn't it be a lot easier to just write a program that will click on OK after a preset amount of seconds that each individual can set according to his liking ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRGZ28
    I got version 2.2.. and I double check that's what I have but it still doesnt click the OK. It looks like it wants to do ..."something" because the OK window goes out of focus 2-3 seconds after it loads... but what is your program clicking on if not on ok ? :P Just my humble opinion, but wouldn't it be a lot easier to just write a program that will click on OK after a preset amount of seconds that each individual can set according to his liking ?
    With what frontned are you using it with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRGZ28
    I got version 2.2.. and I double check that's what I have but it still doesnt click the OK. It looks like it wants to do ..."something" because the OK window goes out of focus 2-3 seconds after it loads... but what is your program clicking on if not on ok ? :P Just my humble opinion, but wouldn't it be a lot easier to just write a program that will click on OK after a preset amount of seconds that each individual can set according to his liking ?

    thats exactly what mine was doing. I got it to work by reformatting the computer, and resinstalling everything. Dont know what was causing it

    However, now, it works fine 90% of the time, occasionally like once every 7-8 boots, it doesnt click the ok screen, so i just exit centrafuse and open it again, and it works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theheel
    thats exactly what mine was doing. I got it to work by reformatting the computer, and resinstalling everything. Dont know what was causing it

    However, now, it works fine 90% of the time, occasionally like once every 7-8 boots, it doesnt click the ok screen, so i just exit centrafuse and open it again, and it works fine.
    Do you do cold boots or resume from hibernate boots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Do you do cold boots or resume from hibernate boots?
    cold boots

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    Quote Originally Posted by theheel
    cold boots
    Hmmmm... weird. The next version will have the time it waits user configurable. So you'd want to increase the time from what I have set now.

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    Future of iGLaunch:

    Soon, iGLaunch will be phased out. To be replaced by something better
    A Skinner for iG. Bigger buttons. The program will embed iG into itself and remove the title bar and all other bars from iG. Then it will place a button ontop of the menu button we currently have. When you click on the button, and a menu pops up, but this menu is skinnable. Then you will be able to do everything you could with iG, except with much larger buttons. So you'll get a prettier interface, more usable, and more screen real estate
    This will be the primary interface I use for iG. It will run on the FrodoComm network.

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    Well I'm not using it with any frontend... this is what it does aaaaal by itself
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    If you add full screen to this it would be perfect...like this



    I am using a separate app called "full screen" by fanix to do that right now.
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