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BinaryToAu3Kompressor v1.0.5.4 Update of 10 Oct 2014


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Nice script! What I have done in the past is instead of writing to a @Temp File, is using (again by ProgAndy!) to load into Memory and then access this way. Just adding my 2cents! :x

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Nice script! What I have done in the past is instead of writing to a @Temp File, is using (again by ProgAndy!) to load into Memory and then access this way. Just adding my 2cents! :x

Thanks guinness ! Posted Image

I' ve seen ProgAndy's post you say but I think it 's only for image...

May be soon for all filetypes...

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wakillon

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@AZJIO

I was talking about load into Memory...

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You may look at my Resource UDF

Result is the same.

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You may look at my Resource UDF

Result is the same.

Result is the same, but use of ressouces in memory is a bit more complicated !

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Very nice script!

I used it a lot.

I also like the skin of the app, I would to use it for a app of my own I’ve you all right with it?

Is There a way to get rid of the blue shirt when you hover above the exit button?

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Very nice script!

I used it a lot.

I also like the skin of the app, I would to use it for a app of my own I’ve you all right with it?

Is There a way to get rid of the blue shirt when you hover above the exit button?

Thanks ! Posted Image

Skins and dll are from a chinese site named SkinSharp and i don't know how remove the blue shirt...

but some others have been found on some chinese forums by googling or baiduling...Posted Image

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Thanks ! Posted Image

Skins and dll are from a chinese site named SkinSharp and i don't know how remove the blue shirt...

but some others have been found on some chinese forums by googling or baiduling...Posted Image

Thanks for the reply.

I will look at the site voor the skins.

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Updated.

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Updated

Kompressions are now available.

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Looks super cool!  Dumb question...is kompression equivalent to compression?

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Looks super cool!  Dumb question...is kompression equivalent to compression?

 

Thanks, and yes in German !

it was a wink to UEZ  :D

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Seems to be that I stole your idea and put it to File to Base64 String Code Generator  :whistle: 

Should rename it to File to Base64 String Code Générateur ...  ;) 

Anyway, forgot to say nice and useful tool!  :thumbsup:

Br,

UEZ  o:)

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Thanks UEZ, glad you like it !

Ideas must evolve, and a constructive "competition" is always welcome... :thumbsup:

Next Round is for you... ;)

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I'd like to give this a shot... however you really really shouldn't be trying to write stuff to @WindowsDir. It fails silently when UAC is enabled, and it's bad manners. If you need to write files to disk, you should do it all in @ScriptDir or @TempDir and delete the files on exit.

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I LOVE THIS!

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I'd like to give this a shot... however you really really shouldn't be trying to write stuff to @WindowsDir. It fails silently when UAC is enabled, and it's bad manners. If you need to write files to disk, you should do it all in @ScriptDir or @TempDir and delete the files on exit.

 

I don't use UAC, but if it cause problem i will set dll and other files to temp dir.

Thanks.

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I LOVE THIS!

Thanks.

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I don't have UAC either, but I'm reluctant to try as I have the same concerns as wraithdu. Is there a reason you download to the Windows directory?

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I don't have UAC either, but I'm reluctant to try as I have the same concerns as wraithdu. Is there a reason you download to the Windows directory?

 

I download nothing with this script, but i didn't like idea to have files in temp dir of each users ( it creates useless copy of each files )

or in script dir ( i you move your script/executable, you need to delete attached files each time !)

That's why it seemed logical and more simple to use windows dir, but i didn't know about UAC problem...

You said you are reluctant, but is there any rules or wiki help/guide as said wraithdu for "good manners" ?

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You said you are reluctant, but is there any rules or wiki help/guide as said wraithdu for "good manners" ?

 

It's common practise to avoid writing to the Windows directory if you don't need to. That directory should only be touched my drivers, applications which modify files in there and Windows itself. There is rarely a good reason to write there.

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I've pointed this out to you in the past with the application(s) you have that download images/files to the windows directory. But you want proof I see..

 

The Windows directory is the directory where some legacy applications store initialization and help files. New applications should not store files in the Windows directory; instead, they should store system-wide data in the application's installation directory, and user-specific data in the user's profile.

Source: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms724454(v=vs.85).aspx

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I personally don't like the practise to create any temp files if not needed. If possible I embed it into the script (disadvantage is the script size).

Br,

UEZ

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