Well..... install it....




From: Kim Gräsman [] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 7:18 AM
To: DQSD users mailing list
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] escape separator in *aliases.txt?


As an explanation, if not consolation -- we haven't found a way to build a
64-bit installer using our current installer system, and haven't found any
alternative installer systems that make it any easier. 


However, I just recently got a new 64-bit Windows 7 laptop for work, and I'm
starting to miss DQSD, so maybe I'll be more personally motivated to pursue


- Kim

On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 9:46 AM, MLL <> wrote:

I can confirm that there's no no-brainer installer for Win 7 64 bits. A
pity, but maybe there's a good reason to it ?


Le 27/06/2012 09:24, James Nix a écrit :



Well it is not THAT hard.  Just follow the steps.  Mostly circumventing Win7
security gotchas.


DQSD 64-bit did not have a “simple” EXE install kit for any 64-bit MS OS, XP
or Vista much less Win 7 for a long time and I don’t believe that it does
now.  Someone on this mailing list might correct me.  So the “tradition” of
installing DQSD 64-bit manually has a long history.  The instructions I
wrote up simply provide the steps specific to Win7 64-bit security and its
quirky use of IE 32 bit on 64 bit machine.  ( I know WHY MS does it, but
DQSD does not know that it does it).


I tried an EXE version that was supposed to be compatible a while back but
it was not.  Don’t know how that one was tested....


So to answer your question,  64-bit was never a “snap” only 32 bit because
an installation EXE never existed. 


To my knowledge it still does not.  Nobody ever “packaged” one that I know


To answer your previous question I have not personally tested it with
Firefox, Chrome... I believe others have and nobody  ever said it that it
does not work.  I know it works with Sea Monkey!  8-)


Let me know if you have any specifci questions.




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