Actually, the only popup nag screen it ever gets to is loading the browser then seems to gag there. Not sure why, but it does. Probubly why I haven't been able to get it to be quiet by clicking on the dialog box.
> At 2003-10-06T02:08:50Z, Dragoncrest <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > > Anyone know if there's a special switch or something on the Freebsd > > BitTorrent port or some way to go inside the python script and shut off > > that bloody nag stuff he's got built into his new version 3.3? > > Here's my guess: > > Look at btdownloadgui.py near line 265. You'll see something like: > > def next(params, d, doneflag): > try: > p = join(split(argv), 'donated') > if not exists(p) and long(time()) % 3 == 0: > open_new('http://bitconjurer.org/BitTorrent/donate.html') > dlg = wxMessageDialog(d.frame, 'BitTorrent is Donation supported software. ' + > > Now, it appears that the "p" variable will end up looking something like: > > bdonatedtdonatedddonatedodonatedwdonatedndonatedldonatedodonatedadonatedddonatedgdonatedudonatedidonated.donatedpdonatedy > > ("btdownloadgui.py" with "donated" inserted between each character). If a > file by that name exists (what directory? I have no idea!), then you won't > get the nag screen. > > Alternatively, would it be so hard to click "Yes, I've donated" and let the > program create the file itself? > -- > Kirk Strauser > > "94 outdated ports on the box, > 94 outdated ports. > Portupgrade one, an hour 'til done, > 82 outdated ports on the box." > _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"