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dll #30969 19/06/03 07:29 PM
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does anyone know where i can find the help file for nHTMLn_2.92.dll?
(before you start saying this has nothing to do with mirc, it sort of does, coz thats what the dll was made for smile )


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Re: dll #30970 19/06/03 07:34 PM
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1. Is it mirc oem
No.
2. Was it made by Khaled
No.
3. Is there a readme in the file
Most likely.
4. Does the creator have a website and or forum
Another possibility.
5. Should you check out options 3 and for first
Yes.


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no it didnt have a file it came with a google search i downloaded, to check code, then when i figured out 1 of the features(to open internet/programs in @windows) i decided it must have more useful features, yes i was right, it gives mirc a refresh option for when u get stuck in loops, it also allows using html in dialogs.
yes the person does have a forum, i believe the creator was exonyte, not sure though,but i know he knows it well, so i asked him several times(not flooding) and i havent had a single reply since 3 months ago when i posted it.


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Re: dll #30972 19/06/03 07:46 PM
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Download this version, includes user guide..

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Quote:
no it didnt have a file it came with a google search i downloaded

There's another reason you get viruses, you download from any source available, instead of the authors website.


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erm, i think mircscripts.org can be trusted dont you?


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Re: dll #30975 19/06/03 07:50 PM
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thanx smile


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Re: dll #30976 19/06/03 07:55 PM
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erm, i think mircscripts.org can be trusted dont you?


I don't know, do they advertise "virus checked downloads"? >:D


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well since i increased my antivirus security (yes i now have 3) i decided that this file should be clean after giving it a run through with all 3 ;p


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also thanx, i found what i wanted grin
attaching browser windows to dialogs cool


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Re: dll #30979 19/06/03 08:12 PM
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Keep in mind not all AV's catch any and everything...I've caught more viruses with AVG than norton an mcaffe combined...

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I don't know, do they advertise "virus checked downloads"? >:D

I think all the popular websites are reasonably trustworthy otherwise they would not be popular with the clientelle they attract. However I am one who puts nothing to chance and Imake sure that AV software is updated everyday and I scan EVERYTHING before running it. Even commercial stuff like Office and even mIRC. This isn't to knock the things I use, it is just called being careful.

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i know but if ive had this file for at least a month, i would think i would of at least noticed a change in my system, i also have a program that alerts me when an unknown change in registry occurs when the program isnt on my "trusted programs list"


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also would you rather see a site that says: no files are checked using antivirus software, or 1 that assures you they have done their best to make sure?


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Tell me thats not a trick question LOL.....anyways Its just something I thought that I would share about my av programs...that not all programs can catch everything...

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i know but most people with half a brain, would like to see a message saying it has been checked


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just curius, do you fall under that category? grin


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confused


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What if sites gave a 'guarantee' that their downloadable stuff was virus free, then turned out not to be? What's stopping any old site giving such a guarantee? Personally, I'd like to see sites - especially reputable ones - give a warning to the effect that while every effort has been made to check files for viri/trojans etc, the ultimate responsibility lies with the user.


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yes thats why most reputable sites, ask you to click an agree button when trying to download a file.......


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