Thanks for your explanation. For some reason your reply didn't hit the mailing list. Here's my response to it below.
>> It is only for some monetarry support if i remember clearly. You can unceck it at the install if you don`t really want to install it. Or you can download 7zip and unpack the installer and do this steps :
>> 1 extract the lmms installer lmms-0.4.12-win32.exe by right click extract *where you want to extract
>> 2 copy from $_OUTDIR\ (data and plugins ) all the directory in the main directory with lmms.exe
>> 3 delete the remaining directorys that remain after cut paste the data and plugins in so the directory of lmms looks like
>> *.dll (alll .dll files)
>> Then you run lmms and will configure then you can use it even from a memory stick and will never install this way.
> Does it offer Significant monetary support to the project? Toolbars in windows are a grey area for spyware. I would happily donate to the project (more) if it removes this toolbar from the installer for the thousands of windows users out there blindly trusting the installer.
> Toolbars track the websites you visit for marketing purposes and often advertise services that 99% of users aren't interested in. They are a plague to the windows users and often cause more harm than good.
> If its up for debate, I would like to know if removing this toolbar from the installer is an option.
Lack of response on this makes me think it's not a topic for discussion,
but how much revenue does this Babylon Toolbar provide?
I would happily make a donation to remove this toolbar.