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Re: Splasssh SScreen Missspelling



Hi Carl,

Actually, at this time the "nag" screen can be eliminated, by replacing the 2016.10.01 branch of vDosPlus.exe by the 2015.11.01 branch of vDosPlus.exe. All latest features in the vDosPlus 2016.10.01 branch are added to the vDosPlus 2015.11.01 branch too, so it is indeed an option for such users who *never* want to see the "nag" screen in a networked environment.

Wengier


On Saturday, December 31, 2016 5:37 PM, Carl Distefano wrote:


Reply to note from Kari Eveli <mailto:lexitec@xxxxxxxxxx"; href="mailto:lexitec@xxxxxxxxxx";>lexitec@xxxxxxxxxx> Sat, 31 Dec 2016
12:22:25 +0200


> Thiss iss ssheer mysstery.


I've seen it, too -- though on the initial nag screen (thankfully, I
don't get a nag screen when quitting). I once asked Wengier if the nag
could be modified or eliminated, and (IIRC) the answer was no. But I'm
sure Wengier will weigh in here.

Happy NewX Year to all! (Pronounced "news" or "nukes", depending on how
bad things get.)

--
Carl Distefano
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