Re: [DQSD-Users] How to install on windows 7 32bit system

2009-11-10 Thread Charlie Russel
If all you see is Quick Search on the bottom, it means the bar is there, but 
hasn't got room to expand. You need to right click your toolbar and unlock it. 
Then expand the Quick Search toolbar by clicking on the pebbled vertical bar to 
the left of Quick Search and dragging it to the left to expand the toolbar. 
(You can reduce the space required for the toolbar by right clicking Quick 
Search and clearing the Show Title option.)

 -Original Message-
 From: Homam Khoshaim [mailto:hom...@gmail.com]
 Sent: November-07-09 10:01 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] How to install on windows 7 32bit system
 
 yes i did. I ran at as an admin too. i only get quick search on the
 bottom without the actual search bar. also when installing, i get
 something about the program being incompatible with this version of
 windows. i then get script errors.
 
 
 On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 5:14 AM, Kim Gräsman kim.gras...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
 
   Hi Homam,
 
   Have you run the default 32-bit installer (dqsd.exe) available
 from
   the SourceForge download?
 
   - Kim
 
 
   On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 01:31, Homam Khoshaim hom...@gmail.com
 wrote:
Hello,
   
I Understand that DQSD can be installed on a win 7 64 bit
 system. I can't
seem to manage to get it installed on a 32 bit system. Is there
 a way to do
this?
   
I remember reading one of the user's post saying that he just
 installed it
on a 32 bit system. however I can't find any instructions to do
 so.
 
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] RESEND: New Windows 7 RTM DQSD Theme is HERE!

2009-10-07 Thread Charlie Russel(gmail)
Thank you, Matt. The previous Vista theme wouldn't have been possible 
without you, and this theme is all that and smart as well. Very nice.

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Subject: [DQSD-Users] RESEND: New Windows 7 RTM DQSD Theme is HERE!


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Fellow DQSD Users.

Like most of you, I've been running DQSD for many years and cannot live
without it! It's one of the very first things I install on my Windows
taskbar. I finally got it to work flawlessly on my new Windows 7 x64 (RTM)
machine and it behaves and looks great IMO! I developed the Vista theme
(.css) (with Kim/Charlie) several years ago and now I've finished the
Windows 7 Theme. It looks like part of the Windows 7 OS.very clean and auto
adjusts to whatever Window Color (The transparent bar color) that you
choose using the Personalization Control Panel. Accordingly, multiple
themes (i.e. XP's DQSD) aren't really necessary. Please see attached
samples.

This theme OVERWRITES your current theme.css and is more of a hack than
using the traditional theme selection---yes, I was lazy this time. ;) Feel
free to adapt it or make it better and resubmit to the list.

If the attachments in this post aren't available in your reader, they are
here also:

http://vysa.net/dqsd.zip

Hopefully, Charlie or Kim will put this on the main page soon!

It's important to note that this theme is only for Windows 7 running in
Smaller 100% DPI mode and not the default 125% DPI.call me old fashion!
;) See Remarks inside theme.css file for more details.

Hope you like it and continue to use this awesome search tool on Windows 7
RTM!

Special thanks to Maud Dib for helping me get it to work properly on Windows
7 x64 using IE8 32-bit browser instead of 64-bit browser.
See:
http://www.sevenforums.com/software/11289-daves-quick-search-installed-w7-71
00-64-bit.html#post119008

Cheers!

-Matt B

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Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed

2009-05-14 Thread Charlie Russel
 is to boot to a command prompt an delete
 the
  installation folder manually.
 
  Whew I hope I got all that right!
 
 
 
 
 
 
  If they are not followed you may find it diff
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Charlie Russel [mailto:char...@scribes.com]
  Sent: Monday, May 11, 2009 3:48 PM
  To: DQSD users mailing list
  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
  I haven't even tried on Win7. Given  the changes in the task bar, I'm
 not
  confident that it would work. We are really up against it at this
 point,
 and
  I think we need to find a way to work within the MS guidelines if we
 don't
  want to face this every time they ship a new version. Perhaps as a
 Windows
  Gadget?
 
  Charlie.
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Kim Gräsman [mailto:kim.gras...@gmail.com]
  Sent: May-11-09 11:08 AM
  To: DQSD users mailing list
  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
  Hi James,
 
  In theory, you should just unpack the zip and run setupx64.cmd from
  the root directory as administrator. I don't know if there are any
  specifics related to Windows 7.
 
  Cheers,
  - Kim
 
  On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 17:34, James Nix ni...@charter.net wrote:
   Hello,
  
   I am trying to install the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip package on a
 Windows
  7 RC1
   64 bit system.
  
   I never have used the 64 bit installation kit before.
  
   So far I have had no luck but that may be due to my mistakes.
  
   Has anyone installed to the Windows 7 RC1 64 bit system before?
  
    If so, please provide instructions.
  
   Thanks in advance!
  
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed

2009-05-12 Thread Charlie Russel
Looks right (good job!) -- Now we'll need to do some work to make DQSD look 
good on the new taskbar. The Vista look is better than the XP look, but still 
not a good match for the new Win7 taskbar and Aero look. 

Charlie.


 -Original Message-
 From: James Nix [mailto:ni...@charter.net]
 Sent: May-11-09 2:43 PM
 To: 'DQSD users mailing list'
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
 Well, good news and bad news.
 
 The good news is I have it working.
 
 The bad news is it can be difficult to remove if the installation screws
 up
 in a certain way.  See notes below!!!
 
 The steps I came up with avoid some Windows 7 security checks without
 disabling them altogether. I will list the general steps, not every
 Windows
 UAC Confirm this step message.  Note that I use TweakUAC to suppress
 most
 of them anyway.
 
 1) Download the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip package to a location you will
 remember. :-)
 
 2) Right click the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip package and select Properties.
 At
 the bottom of the dialog there may be a message
 
 Security: This file came from another computer and might be blocked to
 help
 protect this computer
 
 Click the Unblock button.  Click Apply then close the Properties
 dialog.
 
 3)  Repeat Step 2 above and VERIFY THAT THERE IS NO SECURITY MESSAGE
 
 4)  Create  a temporary folder for easy Command Window access - I used
 C:\Temp.  Unzip the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip file (keeping folder names)
 into
 C:\Temp.
 
 5)  Navigate to  C:\Temp\DQSDx64.  Check a couple of .JS files and
 verify
 that the files do not have the Security message in their Properties
 (see
 step 2).
 
 6)  Create a new desktop shortcut - Target: CMD.EXE ; Name Command
 Window
 
 7) CREATE A SYSTEM RESTORE POINT.  IF THE INSTALLATION SCREWS UP THE
 DQSD
 CLOCK SCRIPT ERROR WILL MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO REMOVE DQSD. THE EASIEST
 FIX
 IT IS TO DO A SYSTEM RESTORE.
 
 8) Right click the Command Window shortcut created in step 6 and click
 Run
 as Administrator
 
 9)  In the command window navigate to the installation folder
 C:\Temp\DQSDx64 (or where the Unzipped files are).
 
 10) Type SETUPX64.CMD - follow the prompts.
 
 11)  When install is complete, with no errors (Hope!)  you will have to
 right click the taskbar and select Toolbars twice before Quick Search
 appears.
 
 NOTES:  There is no entry in Programs and Features to remove/uninstall
 DQSDx64.  I could not find one in the install folder either.  Also, once
 you
 have  turned the toolbar on by right clicking the  TaskbarToolbars
 any
 attempt to turn it off causes Explorer to restart with DQSD still
 there.
 Additionally if the installation has javascript errors in the CLOCK.JS
 (?)
 for whatever reason, it is virtually impossible to delete the install
 folder
 in order to start over/reinstall, even when booting to SAFE MODE.  That
 is
 the why the RESTORE POINT above is important.  If the install fails -
 you
 can restore your system.   Should an error crop up in the future, the
 only
 thing I can think of off-hand is to boot to a command prompt an delete
 the
 installation folder manually.
 
 Whew I hope I got all that right!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 If they are not followed you may find it diff
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Charlie Russel [mailto:char...@scribes.com]
 Sent: Monday, May 11, 2009 3:48 PM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
 I haven't even tried on Win7. Given  the changes in the task bar, I'm
 not
 confident that it would work. We are really up against it at this point,
 and
 I think we need to find a way to work within the MS guidelines if we
 don't
 want to face this every time they ship a new version. Perhaps as a
 Windows
 Gadget?
 
 Charlie.
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Kim Gräsman [mailto:kim.gras...@gmail.com]
  Sent: May-11-09 11:08 AM
  To: DQSD users mailing list
  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
  Hi James,
 
  In theory, you should just unpack the zip and run setupx64.cmd from
  the root directory as administrator. I don't know if there are any
  specifics related to Windows 7.
 
  Cheers,
  - Kim
 
  On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 17:34, James Nix ni...@charter.net wrote:
   Hello,
  
   I am trying to install the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip package on a
 Windows
  7 RC1
   64 bit system.
  
   I never have used the 64 bit installation kit before.
  
   So far I have had no luck but that may be due to my mistakes.
  
   Has anyone installed to the Windows 7 RC1 64 bit system before?
  
    If so, please provide instructions.
  
   Thanks in advance!
  
   James C Nix
   ni...@charter.net
  
  
  
  
   
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed

2009-05-11 Thread Charlie Russel
Another possibility is some sort of standalone application that could be
hot-key activated (that's fairly straightforward), and have a small
window that could be parked down in the lower corner of desktop. But a
Vista/Win7 Gadget is probably a more obvious fit, though would impose
more limitations on what it could do in terms of popping up additional
windows, etc. 

I'm afraid I'm fully committed to Win7 at this point, even though it has
meant no DQSD for me. It wasn't an easy choice, I can tell you. I do
have DQSD loaded in my Windows XP Mode virtual machine on Win7, but
that's not all that helpful when I use applications there in RAIL mode. 

Charlie.


 -Original Message-
 From: David Blume [mailto:david.bl...@gmail.com]
 Sent: May-11-09 1:13 PM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Windows 7 RC 64 Bit Install Help needed
 
 I've been concerned about this.  I wish I could help with the
 development.
 
 I could live with a gadget as long as Windows+S still brought it to
the
 foreground and gave its edit box focus (maybe even pasted the current
 selection or clipboard contents in there...).  I'd also love the
 searches with popup windows to continue to work.  (Like mwd /popup
used
 to, and the newer, unreleased, df search does.)
 
 Ideally, though, I'd like to have its edit box always be present so
that
 I could navigate to it via mouse, too, as it is on the Taskbar in
 current Windows OSes.  I realize that that may be too much to ask for,
 though.
 
 This is the *only* thing that makes me hesitant about Windows 7.
That's
 how important DQSD is.
 
 --David
 
 
 On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Charlie Russel char...@scribes.com
 wrote:
 
 
   I haven't even tried on Win7. Given  the changes in the task
bar,
 I'm not confident that it would work. We are really up against it at
 this point, and I think we need to find a way to work within the MS
 guidelines if we don't want to face this every time they ship a new
 version. Perhaps as a Windows Gadget?
 
   Charlie.
 
 


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Re: [DQSD-Users] Failure to Instantiate - instantiate_failure.png

2009-03-08 Thread Charlie Russel
The x64 version of DQSD always uses the 64-bit version of IE. (This is because 
it's a 64-bit DLL, and can't call a 32-bit EXE.)

Charlie.


 -Original Message-
 From: bill.hew...@sentex.net [mailto:bill.hew...@sentex.net]
 Sent: March-08-09 3:38 PM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Cc: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Failure to Instantiate -
 instantiate_failure.png
 
 Hi Kim,
 
 On Sun, 8 Mar 2009 20:44:07 +0100, you [Kim Gräsman] wrote:
 
 }1) Open regedit
 }2) Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/DQSDTools.Launcher and open its CLSID sub-
 key
 }3) The default value should be '{FA8211C1-F85B-4CCD-8C51-
 1587A37E566A}'
 }4) Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/CLSID/{FA8211C1-F85B-4CCD-8C51-
 1587A37E566A}
 }and open its InprocServer32 sub-key
 }5) Check its default value, it should be the path to your local
 )DQSDTools64.dll -- is it?
 
 Yes.  After a fresh install the CLSID default value and file location
 were correct, as above.  DQSD is now fully operational - including the
 help which I assume is using IE, but is it the x32 or x64 version of
 IE?
 
 If this follows past experience DQSD will remain working for a while,
 it may even be a couple of days.  I am not going to tempt fate by
 making changes to the local*.* files and will just let it run as is.
 
 I have my fingers crossed...
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Adjust Clock Font

2009-02-12 Thread Charlie Russel
Bill (and Kim) -- For some clues on how and where to change, take a look at 
the Vista CSS file we did. (Look under Themes, Vista in the installation 
directory.)

We had to do quite a bit of tweaking to get fonts where we wanted them in 
Vista, and I think you'll find some good clues in that directory.
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To: bill.hew...@sentex.net; DQSD users mailing list 
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Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2009 1:07 AM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Adjust Clock Font


 Hi Bill,

 The clock is governed by the CSS class clock in search.css. Here are
 the relevant portions:
 --
 .txtfld, .clock
 {
 font : menu;
 background-color: window;
 color: windowtext;
 border-style: inset;
 border-width:1px;
 padding-top:2px;
 padding-left:2px;
 padding-right:2px;
 padding-bottom:3px;
 margin:0px;
 position:absolute;
 overflow:hidden;
 word-break:break-all;
 }
 .clock
 {
 background-color: menu;
 color: windowtext;
 cursor:hand;
 text-align:right;
 }
 --

 You should be able to set the font size, by adding something like:

 .clock
 {
  font-size:15px;
 }

 to your localsearch.css, but I don't know CSS well enough to say that
 that's the final truth.

 The idea, anyway, is that you overload whatever class you want to
 change in localsearch.css -- the specifics of what you want to do
 should be CSS mechanics.

 Good luck,
 - Kim

 On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 20:23,  bill.hew...@sentex.net wrote:
 Hi,

 I wish to enlarge the clock font to about 15px, and I understand that
 the default settings are contained in search.css.  I also follow that
 the setting to be changed must be copied to localsearch.css and the
 changes made there.

 What I can't fathom is what section of the search.css contains the
 section to be adjusted.  My knowledge regarding css (and probably most
 other things) is nada.  Attempts so far have been unsuccessful.

 Would a Guru please be so kind as to point me in the right direction.

 Thanks...

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Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD Install Problems - Vista 64

2009-02-11 Thread Charlie Russel
 Oh, there's a readme? I'd forgotten :-)

g

 
 Crashes feel bad, but they can be caused by some minor glitch.
 
 Let's see if we can debug it at some point, and figure out how bad it
 really is.

Be happy to, but it may have to wait a bit. Probably until at least the
RC, just so we don't have to worry as much about them doing something to
invalidate our work on it. And besides, I'm a bit buried right now. BTW,
the problem exists on 32-bit as well, so it isn't 64-bit specific. 

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Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD Install Problems - Vista 64

2009-02-10 Thread Charlie Russel
Actually, in many ways, Win7 is better/easier than Vista. I'm really
looking forward to it being released. But for applications like ours,
it's really a challenge. 

I've had to mostly stop using DQSD. Not what I wanted, I miss it every
day. But it crashes explorer in Win7, and I can't run it off the
terminal server without running a full desktop session. And I'm using TS
RemoteApps for most things these days. 

I'd really like to see us have a Vista/Win7 gadget for this. It would
get us out of the UAC issues, get us off the taskbar (where MS doesn't
like anyone else to play), and give us some version neutrality. But
while I don't think it is a huge developmental hit, it's way more than I
can do any more.

Charlie.


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 From: bill.hew...@sentex.net [mailto:bill.hew...@sentex.net]
 Sent: February-10-09 10:52 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD Install Problems - Vista 64
 
 Hi Charlie,
 
 On Tue, 10 Feb 2009 10:37:53 -0800, you [Charlie Russel] wrote:
 
 }That should work. At least it did here. (and no, I'm now on Win7 and
 that breaks it again. I've about given up. Unless we create a Gadget
 for Vista/Win7, I think we're doomed to be playing hopeless catchup.
 
 Thanks for the info, Charlie.  I've now got it working, thanks to Kim,
 on Vista 64.  I'm beginning to regret ever leaving XP 32 for this PITA
 system!  I don't even want to think about the place that you are at
 now!
 
 --
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Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD Install Problems - Vista 64

2009-02-10 Thread Charlie Russel
 Cool, I didn't know that. I was worried that we might be facing
 *another* port to AMD-64 :)
No, no worries there. There are a very few things that one or the other
does slightly differently, and probably only the Intel compiler knows
what they are. AMD64 completely caught Intel by surprise, they were
trying to push everyone to Itanium. And when AMD came out with a very
fast, very compatible, 64-bit processor that MS agreed to support, Intel
basically had no choice but to clone it and play catch up. They've done
a good job of that, but AMD had seriously eaten in to their server
business for a while. 
 
 No, you don't want to do that; the setupx64.cmd batch file is the
 64-bit version of the 32-bit dqsd-.exe installer. They don't
 complement each other, it's either-or.
You're right, I realized that my systems all have weird legacy stuff
hanging around from my early testing days of this. 

The key to Bill's problems were the requirement for full administrative
privileges, I'm sure. (I _thought_ that was called out in the readme,
but maybe not. Have to look.) And the requirement that the setupx64.cmd
file run from the same drive letter as your system drive. (or, more
accurately, as your %programfiles% drive.)
 
 Sorry to hear about Windows 7. We could look into what's breaking, I
 wouldn't give up so soon... :)
Well, it's going to RC soonish, from the sounds of it. I had it on build
7000 (the widely available public beta build) on a machine that was an
update from Vista where it was working. It loaded fine (but the colours
are all different again, so we need to deal with that), but as soon as
you clicked on it, Explorer crashed. Couldn't even unload it - the
attempt would crash it and it would reload with explorer. 

As I mentioned, the colours are all different in Win7, so we need to
either recreate the work we did for Vista (not hard, but might be a bit
of a nuisance because the bar is a lot taller by default), or come up
with a way to better handle this on the fly, picking up our colours from
the environment. This is especially the case in Win7 since the task bar
changes colour and transparency along with the window theme. (Oh, and
the bar also does the Aero thing just like window boarders do if you
have an aero theme selected.)

But Win7 is the death knell of the task bar as we knew it. It's changed.
A lot. I still think that the way forward is a Vista gadget. This is
MS's official way to add this kind of utility to Windows and they're
less likely to break it than the taskbar. Also, the server version of
Win7 is 64-bit only, and this may well be the last and final 32-bit
client version. So we need to move to 64-bit as the core if we're going
to run as an Explorer DLL. (Gadgets free us from that requirement, by
the way. )
 
 - Kim
 


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Re: [DQSD-Users] comx /dilbert access denied

2008-11-10 Thread Charlie Russel
Yes, I've reloaded after changing the comx file. Heck, I've rebooted. But 
this is Vista, with UAC on, so fussy. It was working until comics.com 
changed everything, and still works in non-comics.com areas.

Shawn - if you can re-write it, I'd certainly appreciate it. The ability to 
easily add additional comics would be a nice touch.

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Sent: Monday, November 10, 2008 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] comx /dilbert access denied


 Charlie / Shawn --

I am assuming that you reloaded the xml searches in DQSD by typing a 
 single ! character in the search box, after replacing the
 comx.xml file (otherwise, you're still running the old search).

That being said, is the access denied message you're receiving 
 similar to the one I've attached to this message?  If so,
 welcome to my office-based hell.  I started getting this message doing any 
 comx query after a windows policy update on my office
 computer.  comx still worked fine on the WindowsXP machine I had at home 
 at the time.

Kim -- this may be where you come (back) in to the conversation --- if 
 they're seeing the same thing, it's the issue I was
 trying to explain I was having several months ago, and could no longer get 
 (for instance) comx to work properly on my machine at
 work.  There's something in the configuration of internet access, Windows 
 XP, or some policy therein that prevents the comx.xml
 script (and, perhaps, others as well) from working as they should. 
 Instead, I see the error message I've attached to this note.

I no longer have a Windows machine at home, so that's why I have no way 
 to test the changes I've made to the comx.xml file.  I
 am fairly confident they work, though, as I made similar changes to my 
 comx.php program, which I specifically wrote to run on my web
 server so that I could still get a single page with all my comics on it 
 from my machine at work (and, as a bonus, can also get from
 any non-windows [thus incapable of running DQSD] machine).  :)

comics.com did change the entire layout of their site on November 3, 
 and all of the comics hosted there stopped working
 (including dilbert, which changed a bit more radically than the rest). 
 As a result of those changes, I rewrote the portion of my
 php program that fetched comics from comics.com, and it now works.  The 
 changes I made to comx.xml mimic the changes I made to my
 php program... that said, they should work.  :)   I've also sent the 
 comx.xml to a friend of mine that was able to use DQSD and comx
 on his computer before, and I'll let you know if he has any problems with 
 this new update.

 anyway... I've rambled on enough here.   attached is the error screenshot 
 from my work machine (where comx.xml doesn't work, nor has
 it for several months) -- Shawn, Charlie -- I'd appreciate your input on 
 this thread as to whether that's the same message you're
 now seeing...



 Charlie Russel wrote:
 Unfortunately, so a I. :(
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 Sent: Monday, November 10, 2008 1:11 AM
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] comx /dilbert access denied


 I'm still getting access denied. :(

 -Shawn


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 Sent: Monday, November 10, 2008 12:44 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] comx /dilbert access denied

 Hi guys,

 I'm listening, so I'll commit it as soon as someone verifies that it
 works better than the old one.

 Thanks,
 - Kim








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Re: [DQSD-Users] Extra IE window when URL entered (DQSD 4.1.0.0, IE7, Vista)

2008-10-06 Thread Charlie Russel
This is, unfortunately, the default behaviour and I don't know a successful 
way to get rid of it. :(
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Subject: [DQSD-Users] Extra IE window when URL entered (DQSD 4.1.0.0, 
IE7,Vista)


A minor annoyance: if I enter a url or partial url into the search bar 
(e.g.
 microsoft.com) I always get two IE windows, one with the intended page,
 and another one with a blank page (about:blank). I also see that the blank
 window is not in the protected zone (status bar says Internet | Protected
 Mode : Off) while the intended page is in the protected zone.

 Does anyone else on Vista see this? Is there some way to tweak my
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Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 4.1 BETA

2008-08-06 Thread Charlie Russel
Thank you, Kim. The link is already showing on DQSD.net. 

This is a huge day for those of us who live in 64-bit, and I really, really
appreciate your efforts to make it a part of the normal build process. 

Charlie. 


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 Subject: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 4.1 BETA
 
 Hello all,
 
 There's now a beta of 4.1 available. Some bug fixes + 64-bit support.
 
 Here's the Sourceforge URL:
 https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42081package_id
 =34145release_id=618124
 
 It should be linked-to from http://www.dqsd.net soon.
 
 Happy hunting,
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Re: [DQSD-Users] scribd search

2008-05-17 Thread Charlie Russel
We'll figure something out. ;)


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Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] scribd search


 Hi Charlie,

 Sure, I'll ping you when I have the 32-bit version ready for release,
 and we can do something for 64-bit, if I can remember what we did :-)

 - Kim

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 always, I'll be happy to set up a system for you - just let me know what 
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[DQSD-Users] comx /dilbert broken?

2008-05-14 Thread Charlie Russel
The dilbert search in comx seems to be broken. Other comx searches don't 
seem to have been affected. And this one went out at least a month ago.

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Re: [DQSD-Users] scribd search

2008-05-14 Thread Charlie Russel
Kim - if we could also do a 64-bit build, that would be appreciated. As 
always, I'll be happy to set up a system for you - just let me know what you 
need on it.

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Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 7:16 AM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] scribd search


 Hi Tom,

 On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 1:24 AM, Tom Corcoran [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 wrote:
 Here's a plain jane search for www.scribd.com
 don't think one has been added. There are a fair few books available on 
 this
 site.

 Added; I took the liberty to rename it scribd so as not to pollute
 the global namespace with scr.

 Thanks!

 v4 release candidate is over a year old now. Should it not be released?

 I'll see what I can do. I'm on parental leave at the moment, so
 when/if I can get the daughter to sleep, I can steal away some time
 for hacking.
 Initially I wanted to clean the release up so it REALLY worked on XP
 SP 2, it seems the majority of it now works (I think there are
 problems with the help window), it's probably better to get it out
 before we lose all our users.

 Cheers,
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Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search

2007-11-25 Thread Charlie Russel
Thanks, Kim. I'll try to grab the update. This is, of course ;-), on the 
64bit version, since that's all I run. But that doesn't affect the search.
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Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 2:14 AM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search


 Glenn, Charlie,

 The latest tagged and released version is revision 1804, and msk was
 fixed to comply with site changes in rev. 1813, so maybe the fixes
 aren't out yet?

 Charlie, I think you can use the httpinst search to upgrade your msk
 search from SVN directly, though I don't have DQSD handy so I can't
 check the details.

 HTH,
 - Kim

 On 11/25/07, Glenn Carr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Charlie,

 Is this the msk.xml search?  I tested it quickly with both Q192852 and
 192852, and it appears to work for me.  What searches are failing for 
 you?

 Glenn

  -Original Message-
  From: Charlie Russel
  Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:31 PM
  Subject: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search
 
  Appears to be broken. The problem is that MS have finally
  pulled the Q
  leadin to the KB article numbers completely, at least on new
  ones. So our
  pre-pending of Q to the number causes a failure. I looked at
  the XML, but I
  don't seem to be able to get it fixed. Can anyone point me in
  the right
  direction? Or provide an update, please? This is an extremely
  useful search
  for those of us who have to support MS users and OS's.
 
  Thanks,
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Search DQSD?

2007-11-25 Thread Charlie Russel
Now I'm truly embarassed. :)

I've used ? to bring up the entire help file, of course. But never used it
as an alias to search for something within that help. But, _of course_,
that's what it does. Duh.

So, Kim, et al. What's it going to take to actually get a released version
that is both 32-bit and 64-bit? It seems like this RC has been out there a
while...

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 Hi Charlie,

 Try the ? alias.

 - Kim

 On 11/25/07, Charlie Russel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Is there a search to search DQSD's searches? Sometimes I'm sure there 
 must
 be a search already there, but it takes me longer to find the existing 
 one
 (if I find it at all), than it does to just go directly to the site and
 search the old fashioned way. If there isn't such a search, could we have
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Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search

2007-11-25 Thread Charlie Russel
My apologies. I forgot. This particular version of not quite right 64-bit 
DQSD uses the
\Program Files directory for its binaries, but actually reads the searches
in \Program Files (x86). Now THAT's a bug I'd like to see fixed in a
released 64bit version!

Mea Culpa - I was replacing the wrong one!

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Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 9:46 PM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search


 No joy, Glen. This after a restart. It's still prepending a Q, which is no
 longer supported. It should be removing the q when it's present. MS has
 dropped the Q from all new KB articles and is only keeping them in the 
 body
 of the old ones to provide compatibility for older searches. But they've
 made it clear that's not anything they'll do for newer ones.

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 Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 8:07 PM
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search


 Charlie,

 Try the one I just committed (and attached).

 -Original Message-
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 Of Charlie Russel
 Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 5:24 PM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search

 The updated msk search does not work correctly. Try msk
 930045. You'll see
 the issue. Newer KB articles don't have Q anywhere in them. :(

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 Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 2:14 AM
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search


  Glenn, Charlie,
 
  The latest tagged and released version is revision 1804, and msk was
  fixed to comply with site changes in rev. 1813, so maybe the fixes
  aren't out yet?
 
  Charlie, I think you can use the httpinst search to upgrade your msk
  search from SVN directly, though I don't have DQSD handy so I can't
  check the details.
 
  HTH,
  - Kim
 
  On 11/25/07, Glenn Carr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Charlie,
 
  Is this the msk.xml search?  I tested it quickly with both
 Q192852 and
  192852, and it appears to work for me.  What searches are
 failing for
  you?
 
  Glenn
 
   -Original Message-
   From: Charlie Russel
   Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:31 PM
   Subject: [DQSD-Users] MS KnowledgeBase Search
  
   Appears to be broken. The problem is that MS have finally
   pulled the Q
   leadin to the KB article numbers completely, at least on new
   ones. So our
   pre-pending of Q to the number causes a failure. I looked at
   the XML, but I
   don't seem to be able to get it fixed. Can anyone point me in
   the right
   direction? Or provide an update, please? This is an extremely
   useful search
   for those of us who have to support MS users and OS's.
  
   Thanks,
  
   Charlie.
 
 
 
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Local aliases not working

2007-06-19 Thread Charlie Russel
You don't specify which version of DQSD you're using. If you're using
the latest RC3 Build, which you should be on Vista, you need to
completely uninstall all previous versions before installing DQSD. 

I'm still DQSD-less, since I've been waiting until we have an RTM
version before asking someone to build a 64-bit Vista ready version. And
I only run 64-bit here. 

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Michael Kairys
 Sent: June-19-07 11:47 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Local aliases not working
 
 Help? Anyone else seeing anything like this?
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Michael Kairys [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 2:50 PM
  To: 'dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net'
  Subject: Local aliases not working
 
  Hello all,
 
  I just realized recently (isn't that a precise diagnostic? :) that
none
 of
  my local aliases are working. I also tried some of the examples in
  localaliases.txt. Every alias gets sent through as a search term.
 
  This started either when I moved to Vista, or (later) switched to
IE7
 (from
  Maxthon) as my default browser.
 
  Suggestions please?
 
  (P.S. Re. Vista: I'm still grateful that it works at all :)
 
 


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Re: [DQSD-Users] Odd Math Error

2007-05-17 Thread Charlie Russel
It's all about binary arithmetic. Spreadsheets have traditionally had this same 
issue. There are workarounds for it, but there's a substantial performance 
penalty and in most cases it's simply not enough to worry about. The number is 
always only off by one bit at the limit of your precision. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kim Gräsman
 Sent: May-17-07 10:09 PM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Odd Math Error
 
 Hi Richard,
 
  Uhhh that doesnt sound right to me. I subtracted 3 different values
  from another value and got the same result twice.
 
 Oops, I didn't see your results were identical for the first two cases.
 I tried it here;
 
 2156737.51 - 16123.81 = 2140613.67
 2156737.51 - 16123.83 = 2140613.679997 -- Note: .6_7_999...
 2156737.51 - 16123.82 = 2140613.69
 
 Could you try it again to make sure you transcribed the values correctly?
 
  Also two of the results are flat out wrong.
 
 Right, but they're pretty close to correct, which is what you get with
 floating-point, if I understand things correctly.
 
  I could understand if I had used some kind of hokey notation but its
  a straight up math problem X-Y. When performed in a calculator
  application I dont get that result?
 
 The calculator (at least the one in Windows) probably doesn't use
 floating-point to store its numbers, but again, I'm a bit out of my
 depth here.
 
 Cheers,
 - Kim
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista issues

2007-05-03 Thread Charlie Russel
I did the theme, with help from several folks, especially Matt B. It IS
an improvement, isn't it? Now if I just had this as a 64-bit version,
I'd be happy. Unfortunately, I can't run DQSD these days since there
isn't a 64-bit one. I tried to do it myself, but no joy. 

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Michael Kairys
 Sent: May-03-07 10:35 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista issues
 
 Never mind...
 
 I went back and did it all again and this time I got a very nice
looking
 search bar, with a transparent background. I don't know what happened
the
 first time but I think UAC was getting in my way...
 
 Anyway, thanks to whoever put together the Vista theme; it looks
great.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Michael Kairys
  Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 2:09 PM
  To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
  Subject: [DQSD-Users] Vista issues
 
  Hello all,
 
  I've recently started playing with Vista to see if I can live with
it;
 of
  course DQSD is a prerequisite for that :) I have two issues:
 
  1. (Functional) Closing the searchbar (right-click, choose Close
 Toolbar)
  crashes the Explorer process.
 
  1. (Cosmetic) I found in an archived message that someone had made
theme
  files for Vista, and indeed they help make the DQSD bar look better
in
 the
  Vista taskbar. However it would look much better still if it didn't
 quite
  span the width of the taskbar.
 
  I've attached a piece of a screenshot (having no idea if attachments
 work
  with this list or not) showing the DQSD bar next to the Windows
 Address
  toolbar, which leaves a few pixels of taskbar above and below
itself. If
  the DQSD bar could do that it would look pretty good. (I tried
playing
  with localsearch.css but I couldn't find a way...)
 
 


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Re: [DQSD-Users] Calendar and Local Events

2007-01-15 Thread Charlie Russel
Great, thanks Monty. That is exactly what I was looking for. 

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Monty Scroggins
 Sent: January-15-07 4:58 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Calendar and Local Events
 
 I had added this feature in some time back.. the color tag is
optional,
 but if included in the event XML it is used..  Here is an example -
 
 event name=Birthday type=public_holiday color=red 
   date day= 15 month=1 year=2007/
 /event
 
 Monty
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  As I added some calendar events to my local events file, I
discovered a
  bit of ugliness in the theme_vista.css file, which I'm working to
  resolve. But it also brought up the question of how this all works.
As
  it currently stands, everything in the various calendar files
  (calendar.country.xml) is listed as a public_holiday. Which is
fine.
  And if I add in a second or third set of holidays, by adding them to
  localevents.xml, then they work just fine(well, after I fixed the
theme
  file). But what if I want to add additional events, and have them
colour
  coded based on the type of event. So, for example, I might want to
add
  my wife's birthday to that local events file, and have the xml list
it
  as type birthday. Can I then get it to display in a different
colour
  based on the xml type? And if so, how to do it?
 
  Charlie.
 
 
  http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_id=8601
 
 


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[DQSD-Users] comx: Calvin broken again...

2007-01-13 Thread Charlie Russel
Something seems to have broken Calvin and Hobbes again. I tried changing
the year offset, and restarting, but that didn't fix it. So obviously
I'm missing something here. I know they're all repeats, but I miss my
morning Calvin

Charlie. 

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Re: [DQSD-Users] Emailing: comx.xml

2007-01-13 Thread Charlie Russel
Still not getting it. I am running in non-administrator mode, if that
could be affecting things. 

I'm going to try rebooting and see if it improves things. 

Charlie. 

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 Sent: January-13-07 7:36 PM
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 Subject: [DQSD-Users] Emailing: comx.xml
 
 OK.  I installed the latest 4.0 stuff.  Then I made the same mod to
 comx.xml.  It is attached.  It works for me.

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Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD config

2007-01-02 Thread Charlie Russel
See the Vista theme that I did, with help. Basically, you need two very
small .BMP files, and some editing of the CSS file(s). 

http://tinyurl.com/y3elsy 

has the files for the Vista theme. 

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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jeff Bates
 Sent: January-02-07 6:39 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: [DQSD-Users] DQSD config
 
 
I would like to suggest a use system colors setting for the
System
 Preferences file.
 I have a new theme (Zune-- from Microsoft) that I really like-- but I
 can't set DQSD to use it.
 An idea for the future ? I have no clue if this would be difficult to
do,
 or not.
 
 Or perhaps someone could tell me how to do it myself? I have edited
the
 local-prefs extensively... so I am somewhat familiar with it.
 


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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista uglies fix...

2006-12-28 Thread Charlie Russel
Thanks, Glen. Users should note that there isn't a currently working
DQSD for 64-bit Windows Vista. When we have a build of DQSD that works
on 64-bit Vista, these files should work with it as well.  

Charlie. 

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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glenn Carr
 Sent: December-28-06 6:38 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista uglies fix...
 
 Thanks to Charlie Russel and friends, you can download the ZIP file
 containing the Vista-related theme files here...
 http://tinyurl.com/y3elsy
 
 I've removed the individual Vista files from SVN.
 
 Glenn
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Charlie Russel [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 1:49 AM
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Glenn Carr
  Subject: Vista uglies fix...
 
  Kim and Glen -
  Here's an updated vista fix set of files. Another DQSD user who
  is better with css files than I am added some definite improvements.
  Same requirements as before, but this time I've actually included a
  readme file. :)
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
I've sent some theme files to Glenn. They fix the ugly blueness of the
XP look in 32-bit Vista. If anyone wants them before Glenn makes them
more generally available, email me offlist and I'll send them directly. 

Charlie at scribes dot com. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gennetten, K. Douglas
 Sent: December-12-06 10:18 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
 Just installed the unofficial 4.0 build on Vista RTM.  Ok, so far.
One
 nit: it looks ugly. I see an XP-looking splice sandwiched within the
Vista
 Taskbar. Any solution? Thanks,
 
 
 
 Douglas Gennetten | HP | IPG | Mobile User Experience Design |
 970.898.9453 | [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
 
 
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glenn Carr
 Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 6:00 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: [DQSD-Users] Unofficial 4.0 build
 
 
 
 Here is an unofficial 4.0 build of what's currently in SVN.  (Thanks
to
 Kim for fixing a bug I introduced since the last build.)
 
 http://www.glenncarr.com/dqsd/dqsd.zip
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
Correct. Users running Vista will need to take the provided files and
substitute them for localsearch.css and theme.css. Our installation
should simply put them into the dqsd directory. Actually, the
localsearch.css should be renamed to localsearch_vista.css before we
make it available to folks so that it doesn't overwrite their own
version. Those who already have localsearch.css will want to merge their
customizations in with the provided css file, and then name it
'localsearch.css'. 

In my working with these, I found it best to copy the files to my own
directory, make all the changes, and then copy them back under \program
files\quick search deskbar. You'll get a couple of UAC prompts, but
that's always going to be the case with Vista. 

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glenn Carr
 Sent: December-18-06 9:17 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net; dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
 I've committed these, but haven't made any attempt to hook them up to
the
 Configure menu.
 
 If I understand Charlie correctly, Vista doesn't behave properly with
the
 Configure Themes code anyway?
 
  Original Message 
  From: Charlie Russel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 2:09 AM
  To: DQSD users mailing list dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
  I've sent some theme files to Glenn. They fix the ugly blueness of
the
  XP look in 32-bit Vista. If anyone wants them before Glenn makes
them
  more generally available, email me offlist and I'll send them
directly.
 
  Charlie at scribes dot com.
 
   -Original Message-
   From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
   [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gennetten, K. Douglas
   Sent: December-12-06 10:18 AM
   To: DQSD users mailing list
   Subject: [DQSD-Users] Vista
  
   Just installed the unofficial 4.0 build on Vista RTM.  Ok, so far.
  One
   nit: it looks ugly. I see an XP-looking splice sandwiched within
the
  Vista
   Taskbar. Any solution? Thanks,
  
  
  
   Douglas Gennetten | HP | IPG | Mobile User Experience Design |
   970.898.9453 | [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
  
  
  
   From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
   [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glenn Carr
   Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 6:00 AM
   To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
   Subject: [DQSD-Users] Unofficial 4.0 build
  
  
  
   Here is an unofficial 4.0 build of what's currently in SVN.
(Thanks
  to
   Kim for fixing a bug I introduced since the last build.)
  
   http://www.glenncarr.com/dqsd/dqsd.zip
   http://www.glenncarr.com/dqsd/dqsd.zip
 
 
 

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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
Kim -
   I agree, I thought I should have been able to get this whole thing to work 
with just theme.css. But some things just wouldn't take right and it ended up 
looking ugly. Specfically, the  button wouldn't change colour, and a couple 
of other minor things. I'm not at all sure which one overrides the other. Maybe 
this could be done entirely in localsearch.css? I didn't actually try that 
scenario. But definitely theme.css alone wasn't sufficient. 

  I confess, this was just me poking around, no real knowledge about what was 
happening where. And a lot of trial and error (which is a PITA with UAC turned 
on, I can tell you!) 

I don't by any means think these are definitive versions. Just my best guess by 
the time I gave up at 1 AM this morning. g The one thing I'm sure of though 
is that it is WAY better than any of the existing themes in Vista. (You really 
have to see the ugliness to appreciate it how bad it is.)

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kim Gräsman
 Sent: December-18-06 10:06 AM
 To: 'DQSD users mailing list'
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
 Hi guys,
 
 I found some time to look into the menu -- it's built from configure.xml
 in
 your searches directory.
 
 That script contains boatloads of logic to set up the menu, including a
 set
 of calls to add themes in buildConfigureMenu().
 
 It bothers me a little that the Vista theme requires changes to both
 localsearch.css and theme.css... Could this be re-made to require changes
 only in theme.css? Maybe that puts more pressure on the other themes,
 though, I don't know 100% how this stuff fits together.
 
 - Kim
 
  -Original Message-
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
  Of Charlie Russel
  Sent: den 18 december 2006 18:57
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; DQSD users mailing list
  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
  Correct. Users running Vista will need to take the provided
  files and substitute them for localsearch.css and
  theme.css. Our installation should simply put them into the
  dqsd directory. Actually, the localsearch.css should be
  renamed to localsearch_vista.css before we make it
  available to folks so that it doesn't overwrite their own
  version. Those who already have localsearch.css will want to
  merge their customizations in with the provided css file, and
  then name it 'localsearch.css'.
 
  In my working with these, I found it best to copy the files
  to my own directory, make all the changes, and then copy them
  back under \program files\quick search deskbar. You'll get a
  couple of UAC prompts, but that's always going to be the case
  with Vista.
 
  Charlie.
 
   -Original Message-
   From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
   [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glenn Carr
   Sent: December-18-06 9:17 AM
   To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net;
  dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
   Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
  
   I've committed these, but haven't made any attempt to hook
  them up to
  the
   Configure menu.
  
   If I understand Charlie correctly, Vista doesn't behave
  properly with
  the
   Configure Themes code anyway?
  
    Original Message 
From: Charlie Russel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 2:09 AM
To: DQSD users mailing list dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
   
I've sent some theme files to Glenn. They fix the ugly blueness of
  the
XP look in 32-bit Vista. If anyone wants them before Glenn makes
  them
more generally available, email me offlist and I'll send them
  directly.
   
Charlie at scribes dot com.
   
 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  [mailto:dqsd-users-
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  K. Douglas
 Sent: December-12-06 10:18 AM
 To: DQSD users mailing list
 Subject: [DQSD-Users] Vista

 Just installed the unofficial 4.0 build on Vista RTM.
  Ok, so far.
One
 nit: it looks ugly. I see an XP-looking splice sandwiched within
  the
Vista
 Taskbar. Any solution? Thanks,



 Douglas Gennetten | HP | IPG | Mobile User Experience Design |
 970.898.9453 | [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]



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 Here is an unofficial 4.0 build of what's currently in SVN.
  (Thanks
to
 Kim for fixing a bug I introduced since the last build.)

 http://www.glenncarr.com/dqsd/dqsd.zip
 http://www.glenncarr.com/dqsd/dqsd.zip
   
   
   
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
Hi, Kim. 

Yes, my localsearch was empty before I started. The one thing that simply would 
NOT change in theme.css was the  on the button. It stayed doggedly black, 
which doesn't work on a very dark grey background. 

I'll play around a bit more in a couple of days, when I have some time, and 
maybe I can get it all back to where it is done in theme.css. If I can figure 
out what is going on with the chevrons. I agree, that would be best. Then we 
simply ship the theme_vista.css plus the two bmp files, and folks can manually 
copy the theme_vista.css to theme.css and be done. 

Charlie.

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 Sent: December-18-06 10:51 AM
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 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
 Hi Charlie,
 
 Right. It seems the load order is:
 
 1) search.css
 2) theme.css
 3) localsearch.css
 
 so localsearch.css should only be involved at the very last stage.
 
 Was your localsearch.css empty to begin with?
 
  Maybe this could be done entirely in
  localsearch.css?
 
 I think it should be the other way around -- theme.css should be the only
 point of change. localsearch.css is for user-specific mods, and should
 override both search.css and theme.css.
 
  The one thing I'm sure of though is that it is
  WAY better than any of the existing themes in Vista. (You
  really have to see the ugliness to appreciate it how bad it is.)
 
 Heh. I keep getting the blue XP theme because I install as administrator
 and
 run DQSD as another user, and that really looks crap with my classic
 theme.
 
 Cheers,
 - Kim
 
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
 
 Weird... I'll try and figure something out, but as I said, CSS isn't
my
 forte.
Nor mine. I wonder if there's a decent online reference for it. I'll
have to look around. It's all a nuisance, of course, since I don't have
a 64-bit dqsd to work with and only have one machine running 32-bit
Vista. All others are on 64-bit. 

Give me a few days to poke around. I can probably sort something. Now
that I've gotten pretty much everything looking at least reasonable, I
won't have so many variables to deal with. I probably made too many
changes at once and lost track of something. 

Thank goodness for gvim - doing all this editing in notepad would be
seriously painful. 

Charlie. 

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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-18 Thread Charlie Russel
Hmmm. Not on that machine right now, but I'll try it again tonight when I have 
a moment. 

I'll pass on the excruciating one. And try the other, thanks. 

Little red chevron is good. Though I actually think the best for the theme 
would probably be silver. I'll try that later. 

Thanks, Kim. 

Charlie. 

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 Sent: December-18-06 11:37 AM
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 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista
 
 Hi Charlie,
 
  I wonder if there's a decent online reference for
  it. I'll have to look around.
 
 Here's the actual spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/ -- excruciating.
 W3Schools: http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp -- usually short and
 sweet, but low on basic ideas
 
 FWIW, I removed everything from localsearch.css and copied the *button
 classes into theme.css, and it worked, instantly. I get a little red
 chevron, at least.
 
 Maybe it's a Vista thing?
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-17 Thread Charlie Russel
OK, I've figured out the screenshot, and created a new css - how do I
tell DQSD to recognize the new CSS? 

Charlie. 

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 The color schemes are actually just images
 (screenshots )of a particular xp theme and some css.
 I don't have Vista either so someone would need to
 take some screenshots and modify the css to make it
 look nice on Vista.
 
 Brent
 
 --- Shawn K. Hall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
   Just installed the unofficial 4.0 build on Vista
  RTM.  Ok, so
   far.  One nit: it looks ugly. I see an XP-looking
  splice
   sandwiched within the Vista Taskbar. Any solution?
  Thanks,
 
  Chevron  Configure  Load Color Scheme  pick one.
 
  I use classic, but I'm not using Vista anymore (if
  you don't have
  anything nice to say...).
 
  Regards,
 
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-17 Thread Charlie Russel
Yeah, that works. But you can't use the right click menu to change themes. But 
since that doesn't work in Vista anyway, I guess that's not too important. 
(Permissions problem with UAC turned on.)

OK, I've got a bit map that works. Now I just need to figure out how to have a 
calendar popup that isn't seriously ugly and light blue. A good background for 
Vista might be a nice light grey - it at least wouldn't look odd. Though I 
suppose a darker grey would be more in line with what the toolbar is. 

Charlie. 

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 Hi Charlie,
 
  OK, I've figured out the screenshot, and created a new css -
  how do I tell DQSD to recognize the new CSS?
 
 I think the idea was to name the CSS of your choice 'theme.css', and
 restart
 DQSD -- it should pick it up as-is.
 
 You may want to keep the empty theme.css around, as I believe it
 constitutes
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Re: [DQSD-Users] Vista

2006-12-12 Thread Charlie Russel
I can take the necessary screenshots if someone can define what they
need a screen shot of. The problem is that the task bar in Vista is a
completely different colour scheme than anything XP. 

Charlie. 

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 The color schemes are actually just images
 (screenshots )of a particular xp theme and some css.
 I don't have Vista either so someone would need to
 take some screenshots and modify the css to make it
 look nice on Vista.
 
 Brent
 
 --- Shawn K. Hall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
   Just installed the unofficial 4.0 build on Vista
  RTM.  Ok, so
   far.  One nit: it looks ugly. I see an XP-looking
  splice
   sandwiched within the Vista Taskbar. Any solution?
  Thanks,
 
  Chevron  Configure  Load Color Scheme  pick one.
 
  I use classic, but I'm not using Vista anymore (if
  you don't have
  anything nice to say...).
 
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RE: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech User Friendly (again)

2006-03-26 Thread Charlie Russel
Sigh. Ah, well, it's still on Yahoo!, so I guess I'll read it there.

Charlie.


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Friendly
 (again)
 
 For Better or For Worse was taken off of the comics.com site and is
 therefore unavailable..
 
 
 Sorry..
 
 Monty
 
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  While we're fixing comx - for better or for worse is broken as well.
:(
 
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RE: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech User Friendly (again)

2006-03-26 Thread Charlie Russel
Still comes up blank for me. (but I'm on the released version, not the beta, 
since I'm x64 here and I'm not going to worry about building x64 till we're 
past the beta stage.)

Charlie.


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 (again)
 
 I have added 'For Better or For Worse' back into Monty's latest version.
 
 Steve
 
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 Hmmm. It's now on ucomics.com. Can we pull it from there, since we do
 other comx from there?
 
 Charlie.
 
 
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  Sigh. Ah, well, it's still on Yahoo!, so I guess I'll read it there.
 
  Charlie.
 
 
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   (again)
  
   For Better or For Worse was taken off of the comics.com site and is
   therefore unavailable..
  
  
   Sorry..
  
   Monty
  
  
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  :(
   
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RE: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech User Friendly (again)

2006-03-26 Thread Charlie Russel
Both dicktracy ones work fine. But either form of /forbetter hangs for a long 
time, and then brings back nothing.

Charlie.


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 (again)
 
 Maybe it has something to do with comics pulled from ucomics.com.  Try
 viewing 'Dick Tracy' using both of the following methods to see if they
 work:
 
 comx /dicktracy
 or
 comx /dicktracy /nopopup
 
 If neither work, try clearing your browser cache and try again.
 
 Steve
 
 
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 Still comes up blank for me. (but I'm on the released version, not the
 beta, since I'm x64 here and I'm not going to worry about building x64
 till we're past the beta stage.)
 
 Charlie.
 
 
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  I have added 'For Better or For Worse' back into Monty's latest version.
 
  Steve
 
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  Hmmm. It's now on ucomics.com. Can we pull it from there, since we do
  other comx from there?
 
  Charlie.
 
 
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   (again)
  
   Sigh. Ah, well, it's still on Yahoo!, so I guess I'll read it there.
  
   Charlie.
  
  
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   Friendly
(again)
   
For Better or For Worse was taken off of the comics.com site and
 is
therefore unavailable..
   
   
Sorry..
   
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RE: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech User Friendly (again)

2006-03-26 Thread Charlie Russel
You're right, it's going against comics.com. But I've cleared the
browser cache (both 32bit and 64bit ie), and definitely replaced the
comx.xml. And reloaded with !, of course. And via the  menu. And I'm
even getting the popup, so that's a sure sign it's not the original
comx.xml. 

I'm going to do a reboot in a few minutes. 

Charlie.


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 Sent: March 26, 2006 6:06 PM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech  User
Friendly
 (again)
 
 
 It sounds like it is running an old comx.xml, or you have the URL
 cached.   This behavior is what you will get when the pattern matching
 fails to find the string in the destination website..  (which is what
 was happening after forbetter was removed from comics.com)..
 
 After you get the blank window, do a view source on the page and see
 what the url is for the image..   I suspect it might be trying to go
to
 comics.com..
 
 Mont
 
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  Both dicktracy ones work fine. But either form of /forbetter hangs
for a
 long time, and then brings back nothing.
 
  Charlie.
 
 
 
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  Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] COMX.XML - missing Joy of Tech  User
 Friendly
  (again)
 
  Maybe it has something to do with comics pulled from ucomics.com.
Try
  viewing 'Dick Tracy' using both of the following methods to see if
they
  work:
 
  comx /dicktracy
  or
  comx /dicktracy /nopopup
 
  If neither work, try clearing your browser cache and try again.
 
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RE: [DQSD-Users] RE: x64 Edition version 3.1.9.1 available (for Charlie Russel)

2005-12-13 Thread Charlie Russel
Nat -- No problem, I'll contact you off list. 

For later or arrivals: There is a version of DQSD that runs natively on
XP x64 Edition, compiled by Kim, and I put together a little batch file
install. If you need it, just ask. (DQSD will not work in 32-bit WOW64
mode, because it needs to attach to the 64-bit task bar. )

Charlie.


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 Subject: [DQSD-Users] RE: x64 Edition version 3.1.9.1 available (for
 Charlie Russel)
 
 This is a message for Charlie Russel.
 
 I am a brand-new subscriber to the list, so do not have your direct
email
 address since the SourceForge archives hides the full email address.
 
 However I did find your post from August 15th mentioning the
availability
 of DQSD for 64-bit.
 
 I would like to get ahold of the batch file for installing 3.1.9.1 on
XP
 x64. I presume my email address will be visible with this post, but
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] if not.
 
 Thanks,
 NAT
 
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[DQSD-Users] COMX - another favourite goes away :(

2005-12-13 Thread Charlie Russel
Another favourite comic - Cat's with Hands - is no longer working, and
appears to have changed its deployment to something we'll have trouble
with. That makes two of my favourites that don't work -Cats and Zits. 


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RE: [DQSD-Users] test Comx.xml with seattlepi (zits) support and political cartoons

2005-09-13 Thread Charlie Russel
Error: 
Line: 332, char: 5 error: The system cannot find the file specified
code:0
URL: file://D:\Program Files\Quick Search Deskbar\search.htm

Note that one gets another SP2 prompt when the script first tries to
run.

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 Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] test Comx.xml with seattlepi (zits) support
and
 political cartoons
 
 Hi all,
 
 I've updated and attached comx.xml to support
 editorial political cartoons as well as support for
 seattle pi comics like zits.  The seattle pi comics
 require you to use wget via WScript.Shell.
 
 Let me know how it works (works fine for me!) and if
 no problems I'll check it in.
 
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[DQSD-Users] Comx request

2005-09-11 Thread Charlie Russel
Anyone feel up to trying to add Zits to the comx list? It's a King
Features one, so it's not available online at the more normal sources. I
have found it online daily at the Seattle Post Intelligencer
(http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/fun/zits.asp), but parsing the comx.xml
file and figuring out how to get it to work properly is beyond me, I'm
afraid.

Charlie.


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RE: [DQSD-Users] Comx request

2005-09-11 Thread Charlie Russel
Ouch, that doesn't sound promising. Darn. 

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 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
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 Sent: September 11, 2005 3:46 PM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] Comx request
 
 Hmmm I took a peek at this one..  There is a problem in that the comic
 image is served up through a content management system.   If I extract
 the URL of the image and attempt to fetch it directly, there is an
error
 generated  -  no referer.  In other words, it looks to me that the
comic
 will only be served up via the nwsource.com site..   I could be
 mis-interpreting what is going on, and someone else might have an idea
 on how to work around it..
 
 Monty
 
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  Anyone feel up to trying to add Zits to the comx list? It's a King
  Features one, so it's not available online at the more normal
sources. I
  have found it online daily at the Seattle Post Intelligencer
  (http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/fun/zits.asp), but parsing the
comx.xml
  file and figuring out how to get it to work properly is beyond me,
I'm
  afraid.
 
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[DQSD-Users] x64 Edition version 3.1.9.1 available

2005-08-15 Thread Charlie Russel
Please contact me off-list if you would like a version of DQSD that runs on 
Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. Thanks to the outstanding efforts of Kim 
Gräsman we have a DQSDTools.dll file that is 64-bit and works in x64 Edition. 
I've put together a crude batch file install for it and I'll provide the whole 
thing to those who need it. 

The mid term goal is to create an msi that can be used to do the install, and a 
longer term goal would be to have a single, platform intelligent, msi that 
would give us a single install for both platforms. But all that will have to 
wait while our day jobs get done for a bit. For the moment, this rough and 
ready batch file is all I could slam out over the weekend. It isn't 
particularly bright, and doesn't give you a choice of where you want to install 
DQSD -- it's going in %ProgramFiles% whether you like it or not. ;) Of course, 
it's just a batch file, with local variables -- change the batch file if you 
need it somewhere else. 

Charlie. 



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RE: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Charlie Russel
Yes, Kim, I have tried it. :(

The problem is that explorer.exe, and thus the desktop and task bar are 64 bit. 
You can't use a 32-bit extension to a 64-bit app -- 64-bit apps can't call 
32-bit dlls, and 32-bit apps can't call 64-bit dlls. So even if the hooks are 
there, they're 64-bit hooks, and can't talk to the 32-bit DQSD. If DQSD were a 
standalone app, it would work. As you say, the vast majority of 32-bit 
applications work just fine. 

There's a known workaround for context menu extensions (right mouse click stuff 
like WinZIP) that allows one to run the 32-bit explorer.exe, but it doesn't 
replace your desktop, only opens a separate window for Windows Explorer that 
runs in the WOW64 subsystem (the 32-bit subsystem, IOW). 

If you need references/pointers to appropriate developer level docs, I can 
probably help, but I am NOT a developer, though I have written C code when I 
absolutely had to. But it was a long, long time ago. 

Charlie. 

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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kim Gräsman
 Sent: April 27, 2005 8:56 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!
 
 Hi Charlie,
 
 I don't know much about Win64, but don't 32-bit apps run cleanly on it?
 As long as the shell has the hooks used by DQSD, it should just work.
 
 Did you try it out?
 
 Cheers,
 - Kim
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  OK, I know I asked this before, when the x64 version of Windows went
  RTM. But not it is actually out, and showing up in the OEM/System
  Builder channels. Any chance of an x64 version of DQSD? Please? I'd
  _love_ to switch my main desktop over to XP Professional x64 Edition,
  but I'd _really_ miss my DQSD.
 
  I am _not_ a developer, but I'd be _glad_ to make a machine available
  remotely to facilitate this. And I can install your compiler of choice
  on it, as necessary (I have MSDN to cover that box.) If this offer makes
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RE: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Charlie Russel
I can certainly provide a build environment on my x64 box. I have an AMD 
Athlon64 3500+ on an ASUS MB with 2GB of RAM. It can boot into 32-bit Windows 
XP, x64 Windows XP, or Server 2k3 R2 for x64 (beta). Write me directly at: 
Charlie At Scribes Dot Com and I can set up a remote desktop connection for you 
to that box. 

On compilers -- according to this: 
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/winhec/partners/64bitAMD.mspx you should be able 
to do it on 32-bit, if I read it right.  (gg compiler amd64 32-bit)

Also: 
http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/content_type/DownloadableAssets/dwamd_30887.pdf#search='amd64%20compile%20applications'
 

And: http://www.planetamd64.com/lofiversion/index.php/t4624.html 

On test platforms: I only have the one box, but I suspect there are more folks 
out there on this list who actually have 64-bit capable boxes if anyone has 
bought a new AMD box in the last 6-12 months, or an Intel in the last month or 
two. 

Charlie. 

 -Original Message-
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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kim Grsman
 Sent: April 27, 2005 9:44 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!
 
 Hi Charlie,
 
 Thanks for the added detail... Interesting that 64-bit processes cannot
 load 32-bit DLL:s -- I hadn't even thought about it that way.
 
 It would be nice if we could build DQSD for 64-bit, but there are two
 main problems:
 
 a) Getting a build environment for 64-bit targets
 
 b) Testing and fixing potential bugs occuring only on 64-bit targets
 
 If you (or anyone else) can help with these two, I'd be happy to give it
 a shot.
 
 Does anybody know if we need to run on Win64 to build for Win64, or if
 there's a 32-bit compiler targetting Win64?
 
 - Kim
 
 Charlie Russel wrote:
  Yes, Kim, I have tried it. :(
 
  The problem is that explorer.exe, and thus the desktop and task bar
  are 64 bit. You can't use a 32-bit extension to a 64-bit app --
  64-bit apps can't call 32-bit dlls, and 32-bit apps can't call 64-bit
  dlls. So even if the hooks are there, they're 64-bit hooks, and can't
  talk to the 32-bit DQSD. If DQSD were a standalone app, it would
  work. As you say, the vast majority of 32-bit applications work just
  fine.
 
  There's a known workaround for context menu extensions (right mouse
  click stuff like WinZIP) that allows one to run the 32-bit
  explorer.exe, but it doesn't replace your desktop, only opens a
  separate window for Windows Explorer that runs in the WOW64 subsystem
  (the 32-bit subsystem, IOW).
 
  If you need references/pointers to appropriate developer level docs,
  I can probably help, but I am NOT a developer, though I have written
  C code when I absolutely had to. But it was a long, long time ago.
 
  Charlie.
 
 
  -Original Message- From:
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:dqsd-users-
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  27, 2005 8:56 AM To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re:
  [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!
 
  Hi Charlie,
 
  I don't know much about Win64, but don't 32-bit apps run cleanly on
  it? As long as the shell has the hooks used by DQSD, it should just
  work.
 
  Did you try it out?
 
  Cheers, - Kim
 
  Charlie Russel wrote:
 
  OK, I know I asked this before, when the x64 version of Windows
  went RTM. But not it is actually out, and showing up in the
  OEM/System Builder channels. Any chance of an x64 version of
  DQSD? Please? I'd _love_ to switch my main desktop over to XP
  Professional x64 Edition, but I'd _really_ miss my DQSD.
 
  I am _not_ a developer, but I'd be _glad_ to make a machine
  available remotely to facilitate this. And I can install your
  compiler of choice on it, as necessary (I have MSDN to cover that
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[DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-26 Thread Charlie Russel
OK, I know I asked this before, when the x64 version of Windows went
RTM. But not it is actually out, and showing up in the OEM/System
Builder channels. Any chance of an x64 version of DQSD? Please? I'd
_love_ to switch my main desktop over to XP Professional x64 Edition,
but I'd _really_ miss my DQSD. 

I am _not_ a developer, but I'd be _glad_ to make a machine available
remotely to facilitate this. And I can install your compiler of choice
on it, as necessary (I have MSDN to cover that box.) If this offer makes
sense, contact me off-list. 

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[DQSD-Users] Error Hotkey registration failed?

2005-04-20 Thread Charlie Russel
After a system crash yesterday, I am now getting an IE error message
when I enable DQSD: There was a problem initializing the enhanced
keyboard support - some key combinations and hotkeys may not work
(Error: 'Hotkey registration failed')

System is Windows XP Pro SP2. Error occurs after doing the usual SP2
clicking to enable DQSD. I tried re-installing 3191, but that doesn't
seem to have solved anything. Arrow up through the previous searches
works fine, but it's now strictly one-way -- you can't arrow down if you
up-arrow one too far. 

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RE: [DQSD-Users] Error Hotkey registration failed?

2005-04-20 Thread Charlie Russel
  Did you have to reinstall XP? is so, did you install a program the
use
 hot
 keys before you installed DQSD?
 
No and No. No programs were installed or re-installed in the interim.
There was a system crash (I've GOT to get a new DVD recorder, this one
stinks) and when it came back up, the problem was there. 



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RE: [DQSD-Users] Error Hotkey registration failed?

2005-04-20 Thread Charlie Russel
Monty Scroggins delicately suggests RTFM...

 I _think_here have been posts about this problem in the past.  I can't
 remember what the problem/fix was..   Can you go to the list archive
and
 search around?  You might find some info that will help..
 
 http://www.mail-archive.com/dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net/

Got it in one, Monty, thanks! Changed OneNote to autostart for this
particular project I'm on that I'm using it a lot for. And it got itself
loaded before DQSD got there. I only saw it after the crash, since that
was the first reboot after the change to OneNote. So I changed the
hotkey to Win-Q for QuickSearch in preferences.js, and all is well and
happy. 



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RE: [DQSD-Users] bugmenot?

2005-04-10 Thread Charlie Russel
Cool, thanks. I'm going to grab it right now.

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 Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] bugmenot?
 
 Got it.
 http://home.comcast.net/~ryan_carpenter/dqsd/
 -Ryan
 
   -- Original message --
 
not sure a search would be useful
best solution is to use bugnenot extension with firefox
http://roachfiend.com/page/2/
   
Charlie Russel wrote:
   
Has anyone done a bugmenot search for DQSD? I don't really feel
 up to
creating my own right now, but it would be a useful one.



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RE: [DQSD-Users] bugmenot?

2005-04-10 Thread Charlie Russel
Yeah, pretty useful. Especially when you're doing a ton of research on a 
subject and everyone wants you to create a logon, etc. 

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 Thanks for the head ups, cool site, had not heard of t.
 
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[DQSD-Users] bugmenot?

2005-04-09 Thread Charlie Russel
Has anyone done a bugmenot search for DQSD? I don't really feel up to
creating my own right now, but it would be a useful one.



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[DQSD-Users] 64-bit version?

2005-02-25 Thread Charlie Russel
With the pending release of the x64 version of Windows XP and Server
2003, is there any chance of a version of DQSD that will run on x64
Windows? I confess, I'm not willing to move to x64 Windows as my primary
workstation until I have DQSD working there. 



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RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1

2004-12-02 Thread Charlie Russel








Actually, you can prove this to yourself.
Click Allow Active Content to enable dqsd. Now, type ? into the search window,
to bring up help  bingo, it prompts you, again. 













From:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Paul
Sent: December 2, 2004 3:33 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD
3.1.9 BETA-1





Kim, by refuse I *do* mean the first thing you said, not
the second--i.e., the
security issue; not the annoyance. 

I *do* trust you, intentions-wise; but I'd feel more comfortable in the
correctness
department if you could site some authority or other evidence to support that
by
clicking allow active content I'm issuing page-specific, and not
global, permission.

-- 
Paul 


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[mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]]
On Behalf Of Kim Gräsman
 Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 12:48 PM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1
 
 Hi Paul,
 
 FWIW, Allow Blocked Content is currently the safest way of making DQSD
work.
 It only allows the current executing page (as opposed to the application
 running DQSD, or the system as a whole) to do whatever it tries to do, and
 trust me, you can trust us. :)
 
 If, by refuse, you mean that you can't bear the annoyance of
have to
 Allow, then I hear you. We're working on it!
 
 Kim
 
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On Behalf Of Paul
  Sent: den 1 december 2004 22:50
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1
 
  Thanks for the info Brent. Since I absolutely refuse to
  Allow Blocked Content, I guess I'll have to wait for 3.2
  before I can escape from the Google Deskbar.
 
  --
  Paul
 
 
 
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RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1

2004-12-02 Thread Charlie Russel








Something else going on there, then. Thats
the way it 3.1.8 behaves here, certainly. I admit, I have downloaded but not
yet installed the 3.1.9 beta.













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Sent: December 2, 2004 9:05 PM
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3.1.9 BETA-1





Thanks, Charlie. That would have been
exactly what I wanted, except it didnt work. First of all, as soon as I
approved dqsd, I got an error about being unable to load the
enhanced keyboard or something. It said that some combinations of hotkeys might
not work. Then, when as you suggested, I entered just a question mark as the
search, I got an IE Script Error message.



--
Paul













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Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004
2:59 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD
3.1.9 BETA-1





Actually, you can prove this to yourself.
Click Allow Active Content to enable dqsd. Now, type ? into the search window,
to bring up help  bingo, it prompts you, again. 













From:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Paul
Sent: December 2, 2004 3:33 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD
3.1.9 BETA-1





Kim, by refuse I *do* mean the first thing you said, not
the second--i.e., the
security issue; not the annoyance. 

I *do* trust you, intentions-wise; but I'd feel more comfortable in the
correctness
department if you could site some authority or other evidence to support that
by
clicking allow active content I'm issuing page-specific, and not
global, permission.

-- 
Paul 


 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:dqsd-users-
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]]
On Behalf Of Kim Gräsman
 Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 12:48 PM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1
 
 Hi Paul,
 
 FWIW, Allow Blocked Content is currently the safest way of making DQSD
work.
 It only allows the current executing page (as opposed to the application
 running DQSD, or the system as a whole) to do whatever it tries to do, and
 trust me, you can trust us. :)
 
 If, by refuse, you mean that you can't bear the annoyance of
have to
 Allow, then I hear you. We're working on it!
 
 Kim
 
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On Behalf Of Paul
  Sent: den 1 december 2004 22:50
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Subject: RE: [DQSD-Users] DQSD 3.1.9 BETA-1
 
  Thanks for the info Brent. Since I absolutely refuse to
  Allow Blocked Content, I guess I'll have to wait for 3.2
  before I can escape from the Google Deskbar.
 
  --
  Paul
 
 
 
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RE: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Charlie Russel
The Rev Chuck Baker states:
 
 I downloaded the comx and racetv searches and they both worked for
me.
 and my calendar works too. and I do have SP2 installed. so if other
people
 are having problems with these searches it is probably because activeX
is
 disabled by default in SP2. But you can enable activeX through the
 internet options panel.
 

No way would I consider enabling ActiveX on my desktop globally.
Especially since it's nearly impossible to run as less than local admin.
That's a recipe for quietly having a zombie some day, or even a root kit
installed. I'm willing to let a specific application (ie, DQSD) run one
or more ActiveX components on my desktop, but it stops there. If we
can't find a more long term solution to the problem, I'm quite willing
to either give up the calendar (a minor loss, for me personally), or
click twice during logon, and if/when I open help. An annoyance, but
hardly life altering. A root kit on my machine would quickly become life
altering. So count me in favour of releasing a version with rolled up
fixes, with or without a more long term solution to the SP2 problem. 

Charlie.



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