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 File comments for:  Utility » Shell » noguru.lha

Noguru

Description: NoGuru redirects gurumediations to ringhio
Download: noguru.lha
Version: 3.0
Date: 16 Sep 2012
Category: utility/shell
FileID: 7389
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Comment by: zzd10h (77.192.208.119)At: 14 Oct 2012, 15:17File version: 3.0
For me too, the v3 doesn't seem to work (and I have too the "missing argument").

With v2, the sample posted below by TSK (on 01 Sep 2012) was working nice. NoGuruv2 grabbed the Alert.
But now, I have a normal Recoverable Alert.
 
 
Comment by: Olrick (10.100.0.133)At: 13 Oct 2012, 09:01File version: 3.0
Maybe it's me, but I get a "bad arguments, see --help" error when I try to launch NoAlert.elf 3.0. I don't see what could be the missing argument. Any suggestion ?
 
 
Comment by: Kjetil (84.49.111.131)At: 10 Sep 2012, 02:43File version: 2.0
I expect this patches to become obsolete in the future, if wont to run it from wbstartup you can snapshot the exe file, this give you a icon, then use wbstartup prefs application, droping the files in wbstartup drawer will not do a thing, thats way its easier and simpler to use user-startup script.
 
 
Comment by: Hypex (210.4.238.162)At: 09 Sep 2012, 17:35File version: 2.0
Would it be possible to turn it into a commodity some day? That way it could just be dropped into the WB Startup. I find running things from User-Startup to be a bit old fashioned and messy these days. Plus it only goes well when the installer does it so I don't have too. ;-)
 
 
Comment by: Kjetil (81.0.157.2)At: 06 Sep 2012, 17:22File version: 1.0
 
 
Comment by: kas1e (78.36.138.14)At: 06 Sep 2012, 11:45File version: 1.0
@Kjetil
Can you upload sources somethere ?
 
 
Comment by: Kjetil (84.49.111.131)At: 05 Sep 2012, 20:52File version: 1.0
Scabit that the intuition.library/DisplayAlert.
I'm patching exec.library/Alert
 
 
Comment by: scabit (166.248.83.185)At: 03 Sep 2012, 03:52File version: 1.0
I still get yellow alerts when attempting to run some 68k programs that cannot, for example, find their specific fonts. Does this program not intercept those for some reason, or do I not have it installed properly?
 
 
Comment by: gregthecanuck (96.48.246.147)At: 02 Sep 2012, 08:23File version: 1.0
Nice work!
 
 
Comment by: TSK (84.248.40.19)At: 01 Sep 2012, 16:51File version: 1.0
Compile this in your system and you can test alerts:

#include <proto/exec.h>
int main(int argc, char **argv)

{
IExec->Alert(0x0100000);
}
 
 
Comment by: Hypex (203.4.255.211)At: 01 Sep 2012, 15:47File version: 1.0
Thanks! Now I can workaround USB locking up on my X1000. :-)

But, what about suspending the task that causes the yellow alert? This make seense to me.
 
 
Comment by: Chris (82.6.44.234)At: 31 Aug 2012, 23:45File version: 1.0
I think a redirect to TimedDosRequester might have been better, but regardless - if this makes it possible to click past recoverable alerts with a USB mouse, it is well worth installing (and I have done, but it might be a while before I actually see it in action)
 
 
Comment by: TSK (84.248.40.19)At: 31 Aug 2012, 22:07File version: 1.0
Thanks !!!!! This is mandatory software for your computer.
 
 

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