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    Default Spaghetti Question for Carmangary

    I'm using Spaghetti to view .ild files as I'm saving ones from here I like for if I ever manage to get ILDA control.

    However, when it comes to associating .ild file with Spaghetti I can't do it. Navigating to the folder where the program is supposed to be, which for some reason isn't program files but C Drive>Users>User Name>App Data>Roaming>Microsoft>Windows>Start Menu>Programs>HarperIngenuities ...I find the "Spaghetti on the web" icon but no visible program.

    Is there a root kit disguising it?

    I also did at one point manage to reveal and copy it to paste it into the x86 programs folder but this didn't work and when I tried to paste it back into roaming it wouldn't let me and now it won't re-install either?

    Can Carmargarry help with this?
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    No solution for that since Spaghetti uses some NET-Framework-Stuff I don't even want to install on my machine.
    But you CAN use Gento's Laserfileplayer to view and analyze ILDA-Files. It can be found here: http://www.ilda.de

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    After some searching I found the install folder under
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    C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Apps\2.0\N8HO83Q4.9KN\B7JW6J04.Y0E\spag..tion_50bf2be2f5fe3d1c_0001.0004_ea194b0436bef68b
    replace Administrator with your user folder. Also the cryptic numbers will probably be different. I have no idea why it's there.

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    That is called "Security by Obscurity".

    It's just another fun part of the "new and improved" MS C# .NET V2.0 !!!

    Since there is really no way to secure anything in a file system and kernel that has no security.... let's just hide it!

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drlava View Post
    After some searching I found the install folder under
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    C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Apps\2.0\N8HO83Q4.9KN\B7JW6J04.Y0E\spag..tion_50bf2be2f5fe3d1c_0001.0004_ea194b0436bef68b
    replace Administrator with your user folder. Also the cryptic numbers will probably be different. I have no idea why it's there.
    Thanks, Dr. lava / James.

    So if I delete that folder then reinstall will that reinstate it or will it make things worse?

    *(Carmangarry, you really should provide an uninstall tool.)

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    Just go to control panel, add/remove programs, and its in there to uninstall...

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Lehman View Post
    That is called "Security by Obscurity".

    It's just another fun part of the "new and improved" MS C# .NET V2.0 !!!

    Since there is really no way to secure anything in a file system and kernel that has no security.... let's just hide it!

    James.
    That has nothing to do with it James. You should read a book about it perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGBLaserFan View Post
    Thanks, Dr. lava / James.

    So if I delete that folder then reinstall will that reinstate it or will it make things worse?

    *(Carmangarry, you really should provide an uninstall tool.)
    you can uninstall from the control panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drlava View Post
    After some searching I found the install folder under
    Code:
    C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Apps\2.0\N8HO83Q4.9KN\B7JW6J04.Y0E\spag..tion_50bf2be2f5fe3d1c_0001.0004_ea194b0436bef68b
    replace Administrator with your user folder. Also the cryptic numbers will probably be different. I have no idea why it's there.
    It's because the built-in application publisher sticks it there. In the future I will make a better install program. But for now, the built-in one does a pretty good job and I have bigger fish to fry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGBLaserFan View Post
    I'm using Spaghetti to view .ild files as I'm saving ones from here I like for if I ever manage to get ILDA control.

    However, when it comes to associating .ild file with Spaghetti I can't do it. Navigating to the folder where the program is supposed to be, which for some reason isn't program files but C Drive>Users>User Name>App Data>Roaming>Microsoft>Windows>Start Menu>Programs>HarperIngenuities ...I find the "Spaghetti on the web" icon but no visible program.

    Is there a root kit disguising it?

    I also did at one point manage to reveal and copy it to paste it into the x86 programs folder but this didn't work and when I tried to paste it back into roaming it wouldn't let me and now it won't re-install either?

    Can Carmargarry help with this?

    I would prefer if you sent me email from my Spaghetti page since i don't always check here but it is oK. i don't currently support associating iLD files with Spaghetti. i can do that in the future, perhaps.

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