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Hi Ricktendo, I would like to integrate this Slim Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 Full x86/x64 Incl. Language Packs with Win Toolkit 1.4.1, but what switches should I use? My Windows 7 source is in spanish so I don't know the spanish code and the switch I have to use.


Sorry for my English


In Spanish: "Me gustaria que me ayudaras, quisiera saber como integro este paquete con WinToolkit y que switches debo utilizar para que instale el paquete de lenguaje en español, gracias!

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If you use the INTL version it will automatically detect and install the spanish LP

Spanish: no tienes que usar modificador con el INTL, el instalador detecta el idioma e instala el LP si es apoyado

P.D. pero si quieres saber el modificador (switch) para instalar un LP va asi: /sfxlang:3082

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Hey Rick, adf.ly has installed a "adf.ly redirect/skipper detector", including detecting Ads Skipper which has worked so well with Chrome.  When I tried disabling that and suffering through with the 5 second delay, I ended up at the "No hot linking" page that I think you installed.  So now what?  Any suggestions on how best to download from your adf/ly links with the least amount of inconvenience?


Cheers and Regards

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Click the link and save, dont copy and paste in browser

Sorry I have to take these measures, frikin hotlinker on nsanedown needs to be taught a lesson

I don't make much from adfly, little over 5 bucks a month. I need this to save up to buy small stuff from ebay if I want to keep computing (currently saving for a wifi range extender.) If I got donations I would not need to use adfly (I hate it as much as you)

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Well, it must be some other extension I have that is interfering with adf.ly and the hotlink detector.  Even if I have both the Ads Skipper and AdBlock disabled, I click the link,  wait the 5 seconds while the ad is displayed, click Skip Ad, and I'm still stymied by the hotlink detector.  I have no idea why.  So for now I have to download your adf.ly links through Opera.  Don't worry, I understand your situation perfectly, I just wish I could use only one browser and get all of the features, conveniences, speed, and protection that I would like.  Oh well, maybe someday.  If you have any other suggestions please post or send me a PM.


Cheers and Regards my friend


[Note:  I'm currently using Comodo Dragon, another version of Chrome, as my browser of choice since I found a couple of sites/extensions that worked better with it than with SRWare Iron.  It also seems faster to me.]

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ricktendo, just a question I have installed your previous build, if I'm not mistaken it has something like 9 July 2013, I have noticed that you have released another buid today, my question this, since I have the previous build do I need to install this new one? I have Win 7, on future .netframeworks updates, can Windows Update take on your work and install new updates, or do I need to always come to your builds to have everything fully updated? How can I overwrite new releases you make, uninstall the previous ones and install all over again, or just run the newer version that will overwrite automatically everything? Thanks

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What error message do you get?  What browser are you using, and do you have any ad blocking extensions installed and active?  Are you able to download from other adf.ly links, and have you been able to do so in the past?


Cheers and Regards

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Google Chrome 28.0.1500.72 Stable. 


Try again.  I'm on a version of Chrome as well and I just tried the link you posted and it worked fine, after I disabled my ads skipper extension.


Rick made some changes to the link today and maybe that helped as well.


Cheers and Regards

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