Discussion in 'General Software' started by AthlonX2, Oct 2, 2007.
ok.. sorry athlonx2, i didn't mean to
EDIT: doesn't even start, may be because i'm on WINXPx64
here is the info: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). click ok to terminate the app..
It's harmless, AthlonX2 would not do that...
that could be..im not sure if u need .NET framework 2.0 or not
i don't have NET framework, but if your code uses NET, then I'm required to have it
I'm downloading it
ok, it works, but 3 things, instead of Athlonx2 picture make it look like "go" button because i was confused for a second
next, make "go" button click when you entered url and pressed 'enter'
so instead of clicking on it, u can just press enter, i think it's called default button in programming or something...
the last point, no Flashplayer enabled yet = no youtube
Ok, i going to spleep
ok i have flash working,updated browser..everything seems to work with with 32bit windows
I agree, when typing in the address bar, enter should "click" the go button. Also, can you make ctrl-Enter work the same in the address bar as it does in other browsers? You know, automatically add www. to the beginning, .com to the end, and click go, all at once.
And just a question, does it use IE's favorites? Clicking Home automatically took me to my iGoogle page, already logged in.
it is based on IE because im not going to write an entire new engine for web browsing..so yes most of the controls that are known in IE will work on this when im done
Like I said, was just wondering. I wasn't expecting my IE home page to pop up, got me curious.
What about doing a browser based off of Firefox? lol
i don't see the point of making just another IE, but making a new engine is a nightmare too
like i said im only just learning,this seemed like a good starting point
oh, ok, but starting point for what? do you want to become professional software engineer?
its more of a hobby,my uncle knows several languages and i always thought it was interesting
oh, well, i've been there when i was like 11-17 years old
i knew a little of qbasic, delphi, visual basic, dark basic but it just wasn't for me (professionally), but it was a good hobby anyway
You need to make us a good BIOS editor.
yeah, universal and future prove
never really thought of that i wonder what it would take to make one with a good user friendly GUI
I dunno. Couldn't be very easy tho, otherwise we'd have more options available. Also, if it were easy, I'd venture to guess things like RaBit would already have R600 support.
EDIT: You could try to make a new front end for already existing tools.
"Never thought of that"!?, I told you that last night...lol
I'll second that
need a nice idea??
don't make a bios editor make something people will like
make a overclock simulator®!!!! meaning a emulator to see what happen if you make a fsb of 432 with multiplier of 9 how much you push the pci the memory the ht etc..
which one of all?
oh YEAH! that is what we need!
you can make scan of hardware or user can select it from the list and then "oc" it
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