My NOD32 VisualPack XP !

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by RejZoR, Dec 13, 2004.

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  1. RejZoR

    RejZoR Registered Member

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    Here it is,an early new year gift for NOD32 users ;)
    Its a small modification to enhance NOD32 interface.

    NOD32 VisualPackXP requires Windows XP OS with enabled themes and properly installed NOD32 Antivirus (because of auto-detection).
    You can also apply it in just few clicks,so its really easy to use.
    All other important informations will be displayed by installer itself.

    BEFORE:
    http://img93.exs.cx/img93/4983/nod32normal8hi.png

    AFTER:
    http://img93.exs.cx/img93/3049/nod32enhanced2ns.png

    IMPORTANT!!!
    ESET isn't responsible for this visual pack,so don't bother them about any issues you may encounter :)
    Preview images above DO NOT represent final look of NOD32 after appliying my visual pack. It may look a bit different with other themes.
    Theme used for screenshots was PantherXP Theme (modification of original Panther Theme).

    If you have any further questions,feel free to ask.

    Download:
    http://freeweb.siol.net/razor256/downloads/NOD32_VisualPackXP.zip

    Best Regards to ESET Team and NOD32 users!
    RejZoR
    eXcessive Software
     
  2. PLeX?

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    I noticed the *.manifest files. Does that mean it requires the .NET framework? If so, is it as simple as adding the *.manifest to use the .NET Custom controls?
     
  3. Gauthreau

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    If you want to give us a 'visual' pack', let us see your wall paper. :)

    Neil
     
  4. Notok

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    Very nice, thanks RejZor!
     
  5. RejZoR

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    I have a working theme and NOD32, installed this thing and saw nothing... Only an uninstall in start-up menu. Well, that worked :)

    What are the things to do to see the changes happening?
     
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  8. RejZoR

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    Edwin024,you just have to shutdown NOD32 and start it again. If you don't know how to do this,then simply restart PC. You need to do the same when uninstalling this Visual Pack.
     
  9. Edwin024

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    I did shutdown NOD and restarted it but that gave nothing of a visual thing. But I will try it again. Thanks :)

    EDIT: tried again, even a complete shutdown..but nothing. I run WinXP with SP2. Makes that a difference? It just does nothing, so it seems.
     
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  10. RejZoR

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    Hm,thats strange. Can you tell me where is your NOD32 version 2.x installed,which operating system are you using and which theme do you use if you have Windows XP.
     
  11. Edwin024

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    I have the latest NOD32 installed on WinXP Pro with SP2 and I use the WinXP theme.
     
  12. RejZoR

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    Strange. You should see the difference as in the screenshots.
    Check NOD32 directory for two files with manifest extension (*.manifest).
    Are they there?
     
  13. Edwin024

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    yep, they are in the directory. But I don't see anything changed in NOD32...

    It still looks the same as in your first picture, alas.
     
  14. RejZoR

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    There must be something wrong on your end. manifest files always work,so this is new to me. I hardly belive there is no difference after system restart.
     
  15. Phil_S

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    Very nice RejZoR, thanks :)
     
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    Thank you!
     
  17. Shaker

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    Hi RejZor. I'm having a problem also. I installed your visual pack tonight but only see changes in the NOD32 Antivirus Program (My Profile) panal. No changes anywhere else. I checked in Program Files>Eset, but there are no manifest files. I am running XP Home/SP2.
     
  18. redwolfe_98

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    the changes are very subtle (imo).. i am just saying that incase someone is failing to notice the change.. i now have two files in the eset folder that end with "manifest", "nod32.exe.manifest" and "nod32kui.exe.manifest".. anyway, i like the added color.. :)
     
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  19. RejZoR

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    The biggest difference is when you use NOD32 interface without default graphics :)

    Thats strange shaker. Can you search entire drive for these two files:
    nod32.exe.manifest
    nod32kui.exe.manifest

    Word "manifest" is extension of these two files.
    Please tell me the path of files if you find them.
     
  20. Edwin024

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    On my system they were in the program files section under eset.

    But they did nothing to my NOD32...
     
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    Hi RejZor. I found the two files. My fault. They were there all the time. :rolleyes: As for the VisualPack, it's working now. I turned the computer on this afternoon for the first time, opened NOD32 and I definately see the changes. :D Nice program. Thanks RejZor.
     
  22. tony64

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    Hi rejzor....

    I tried to install your visual pack since the graphic mode in Nod is a headache....

    I did it as stated in the thread , have checked the nod32kuimanifest and nod32 manifest are in the eset file.....

    This is what I get
    Thanks for help and for your software (even if I can't use it yet !!) ;)

    Chhers and happy new year

    Tony
     

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  23. RejZoR

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    Maybe i'll made autodetection with option to manually select NOD32 install folder. But it's strange,registry key for installation dir should be always located in the same location (in registry) and if the NOD32 is installed properly it should also install to the right location. Very strange. Works for me every time i try,i tried today with latest trial and it worked like a charm.
     
  24. tony64

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    Hi,

    how can I fix it manually...?? I'm willing to try your pack !! :D

    Thanks

    Happy new year

    Tony
     
  25. RejZoR

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    Em fix? Is that screen one post above after you installed my pack? Because this is it :) Without it you would see Windows 98 square style windows and buttons,plus checkboxes and other controls without cosmetic enhancements :)
     
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