Account Control was developed to replace Windows Vista's built in User Account Control!
If this works with anymore please let me know.
Why use Account Control over Windows Vista's Built in User Account Control?
Account Control remembers exactly what you decided. It also gives you a rough idea on whether to trust or not trust a process. After you have picked an option it will NEVER ask again.
Windows Vista' User account Control never remembers what you tell it! It will ask you every time you want to run a program even if you have run it before. Also it does not give you an unsure option.
v1.01(Bugfix): Bug Fixes: *Replaced the code that prevented from running .exe version *Hotkey bugs removed *Script unresponsive after function bug fixed. Updates: *Added tray menu to replace hotkeys *Added Exit script option V1.0: Bug Fixes: *When Editor Panel is closed, it doesnt close the script. Updates: *Added Unsure Option, to search www.processlibrary.com *Removed dropdown options, and replaced with buttons *Removed Thank you message box, and replaced with tool tip *Removed infomation messaage boxes and replaced with Infomation Panel Beta version: Original Script!
Many thanks to: Everybody that has helped me develop this.
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Edited by Ashww, 27 January 2009 - 04:35 PM.