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Posts posted by Kelsenellenelvian

  1. You may have noticed that I have been a lot less active lately. Well about 2 months ago I came up with Acute Bronchitis. As if that wasn't bad enough it was right after I began to quite smoking so my lungs had been weakened from that. A month ago I took a turn to the worse and the doctors told me that the Bronchitis had turned into a massive infection in the right side of my lungs and pustules had begun to develop. Well it is still going on and the have had me on 2 runs of steroids to strengthen my lungs and I am now on my 4th run of antibiotics. I went to the doctor today and he gave me a nebulizer (For home breathing treatments) told me I need to see a pulminoligist and has begun to speak of hospitalization if I don't start showing improvement. If I am hospitalized I have made arrangements to borrow a lappy and plan on jacking into the hospitals wireless network. I refuse to leave you guys completely. I will keep you guys up to date as I continue to see the doctors.

  2. OK when I am in the little section where you compose your post and I click on the little button to add a link for downloading or to another site it keeps erroring on me. Now when I click on it it says I must highlight some text first. Before it would bring up the box for entering the url and when you would click ok it would just close and not let you enter the text section.

  3. Heck I don't care what you use them for it would be nice to see them on the frontpage.

    I will upload the icon collection.

    5,656 icons :P 135 meg archive will take awhile to upload... (All icons are XP\Vista like and most of them are alpha blended.)

    Edit: I will upload them tommorrow I am to sick and tired today.

  4. Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI for short) is a hypertext application designed for giving users choice. While Windows XP offers many ways of customizing the setup process out of the box, its major drawback is the lack of being able to select which applications an end user may install. In the past, end users and administrators needed to either download the files manually, or create overly complex scripts that could only be used once. WPI allows you to create one image, which can then be custom configured, and optionally, automated, so that end users can install any applications.

    The main interface which allows for selection of actions and installations to perform.


    The configuration section where you add in all of the programs entries and commands.


    The options screen. (WPI has become very user friendly and has many options now)


    WPI is considered open source and will always remain free and never include any adware or simaliar crap.

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