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Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Vietnam Vet, May 17, 2005.

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  1. Vietnam Vet

    Vietnam Vet Registered Member

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    Hi,

    In IMON's Miscellaneous Tab, in the Display area, there is a slider for controlling the progress window's transparency. On my 98SE system using Nod32 2.5, this area is grayed out(except for the section where you select to display the progress; it is enabled). Fresh install done and also had the same scenario with the previous release version. Absolutely no other problems with Nod32, display or otherwise.

    While this is no big deal, I am curious, and since I have seen no other mention of a "problem" :rolleyes: like this, it would seem to be machine specific.

    Any ideas or is anyone else seeing the same thing?

    Thanks,
    VV
     
  2. Marcos

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    Well, upgrade to Win2k or WinXP and you'll be able to adjust the progress window's transparency. Or tell Microsoft to add support for transparency to Win98 ;-)
     
  3. Vietnam Vet

    Vietnam Vet Registered Member

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    Edited by Vietnam Vet, 5/18/05
    Please ignore this reply, as it was a misunderstanding on my part! Thanks.


    Why, do YOU think Microsoft cares whether I can adjust the window transparency or not?

    Perhaps I caught you on a bad day, o_O but I thought it was a simple enough question. A simple 9x platform does not support transparency would have been sufficient. Sorry to have bothered you, but thanks for the information, anyway.

    Best wishes,
    Vietnam Vet
     
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  4. Blackspear

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    It wasn't meant to come across that way, it was said in jest, Marcos used the typed version of the wink ;)

    Please don't take it as an attack, there really wasn’t that intention there from Marcos.

    Your questions are most welcome here.

    Cheers

    Blackspear.
     
  5. Vietnam Vet

    Vietnam Vet Registered Member

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    Hi Blackspear,

    Glad you posted that, because the wink thing swished right over my head. :rolleyes: Don't think I really even saw that!

    Marcos, please accept my humble apology. Had I known that was intended as the wink smiley, it puts your reply in a totaly different light, just as explained by Blackspear. Again, sorry.

    Best wishes,
    VV
     
  6. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    No worries at all VV, many cultures, many languages, and that's not including computer lingo, we will all get things a bit topsy turvy every now and then.

    All the very best to you...

    Cheers :D
     
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