current environment :
- win_xp (home/2002/sp3)
- avg / spyware-blaster / hijack-this
- firefox (def)
- chrome (alt)
hey all . . . thanks for the interest . . .
i wish to downgrade my pws from 3.30 to 3.23. are these two releases compatible enough to not utilize pws's "file/export" feature ? do i just backup the database and uninstall/reinstall ? this downgrade won't necessitate pws's "file/compare" feature ?
in case you want additional development feedback from me . . . continue reading.
1.) in both versions, i experienced the following phenomenon :
the software is set-up to disappear from task-bar and remain on the system-tray.
when right-clicking system-tray icon and choosing an entry (recent entries history) . . . "browse/autotype" inputs and disappears back into system-tray.
when right-clicking system-tray icon and choosing an entry (recent entries history) . . . "autotype" inputs and remains on the task-bar.
i feel it should disappear back into system-tray.
2.) in both versions, i experienced the following phenomenon :
alternate browser might work fine . . . have no idea . . . befuddles me really as to the concept utilized. seems each entry needs additional url-text typed into the subservient field(s) of the alternate browser ?
why doesn't pws query/fetch (from win-os) which browser is "in-focus" . . . and simply enter the field-data into the prospective browser ?
perhaps i misunderstood the guide-lines ?
3.) in version 3.30 (after migration), i experienced the following phenomenon (two issues really) :
upon booting up my computer . . . the "recent entries list" had no rhyme or reason (as to how the list was populated) . . . some "most-recents" were on bottom . . . other "most-recents" were on top. when i performed "clear-recent-history" . . . the history was cleared . . . just until next boot-up.
4.) in version 3.30 (only noticed after using one week), i experienced the following phenomenon :
the system-tray icon has changed from red (with black-shadows) to flat-black.
i do not consider myself as a "power-user" . . . else i might get major usage outta' the newest version of pws (password-safe).
really appreciate the program and all the work/time that has gone into developing this product . . . hats off to sourceforge.net really.
ummm . . . this discussion is less than awesome ?
i offered my environment . . . concise detail as to what emanated . . . yet nobody responded with their own knowledge ? this is phenomenal !
i experienced issue . . . asking knowledge from users more experienced than myself . . . nobody came forward.
is this sourceforge.net forum real ? i think not.
oh . . . and for the record . . . i can offering my experience as to what happened . . . when i downgraded. but seems . . . nobody having interest . . . que-sera-sera.
Since you've already downgraded, not sure how much this will help you, but:
1. Looks like a bug
2. The alternate browser is unrelated to autotype. It's meant to specify a non-default browser to use when "browsing to" the URL in a given entry.
3. Looks like a bug. Does it happen in 3.23 as well?
4. The black icon means that there's no database opened, as opposed to a database that's open (selected) and locked (green) or unlocked (red).
Sorry you had to wait for replies, but please note that PasswordSafe is a freely available product, and support from developers and users is on a voluntary basis.
I am working on the translation for the 3.30pre release. And have a
is SchemaCache60 a technical term that is best not translated?
If no, and I should translate it, what is it?
sorry for my earlier sardonic attitude … and thanks for the courtesy extended.
SchemaCache60 is most definitely best left untranslated. It's an internal error that hopefully will never be displayed. If it shows up, then either the schema file (pwsafe.xsd) is corrupt, or something's very wrong with the user's system.
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