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by LordSqueak
2006-07-13 01:29
Forum: Proposals
Topic: People taking multiple slots
Replies: 46
Views: 12233

the thing i dont get about this cid stuff... why does it use hubname to generate a personal checksum?? as i understand it , it's supposed to be an unique identifyer, but if you use hubname , its obvious it will generate different cid's for different hubs. the only reason for doing this would be if d...
by LordSqueak
2006-07-12 04:27
Forum: Proposals
Topic: People taking multiple slots
Replies: 46
Views: 12233

this CID stuff,, *sigh* seems to me its not working as intended. as it is now, whenever your client finds a hit on an search , it will start to download the users filelist,,, from all hubs at the same time. annoying as hell. reading this topic didnt exactly explain much either, except that it works ...
by LordSqueak
2005-01-23 08:09
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: How to make hashing more practical
Replies: 21
Views: 6705

Re: How to make hashing more practical

again , a good answer. I would suggest a feature in dc++ to rename files/dirs , that way dc++ would know its the same file without having to rehash. That's a fine suggestion. Once there is a "My library" window, that will certainly be an option, and will/should let DC++ avoid rehashing the files - ...
by LordSqueak
2005-01-23 07:48
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: How to make hashing more practical
Replies: 21
Views: 6705

its not like it going to destroy the community if i went and downloaded , for example ,,, 2 mp3's with different tags. Yes it will. Not if one person does it, but if a second, a third, a forth and so on it will destroy the community. Not, unless they decide to share the offending file. [irony]Then ...
by LordSqueak
2005-01-20 18:30
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: How to make hashing more practical
Replies: 21
Views: 6705

As for downloading 2 different sources to one file ...... its not like it going to destroy the community if i went and downloaded , for example ,,, 2 mp3's with different tags. infact , the "community" isnt bothered by this at all , atleast not until i decide to share the file. there are many exampl...
by LordSqueak
2005-01-20 18:10
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: How to make hashing more practical
Replies: 21
Views: 6705

Re: How to make hashing more practical

TTH is a nice feature , but im sure many like me , are getting tired of having your computer being buttfucked by hashing everytime you do something in DC++ . If you're having perfomance/usability issues, try following the suggestions to improve your computer's I/O performance: m Not since i got a n...
by LordSqueak
2005-01-20 05:55
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: How to make hashing more practical
Replies: 21
Views: 6705

How to make hashing more practical

TTH is a nice feature , but im sure many like me , are getting tired of having your computer being buttfucked by hashing everytime you do something in DC++ . So this is an attempt at an serious thread about how to make TTH hashing a bit more practical in DC++. A few things that is'nt very practical ...
by LordSqueak
2004-09-02 03:54
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: bot that bans users that dont share the right files...?
Replies: 17
Views: 2818

well im getting no help here... i dont know why you care so much as to why i want this. im not asking for your opinions just help in making it happen.. You want people to help you program a script , of course they are going to care about it. Who in their right mind would want to program something t...
by LordSqueak
2004-08-24 14:17
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: ansii pics
Replies: 7
Views: 1642

in the good old BBS days , ansi was used alot. ansi back then was basicaly ascii-in-color. but there is a trick you can use to display ascii on an variable-width screen. Find the similarly-spaced characters , and make your ascii out of those. It might not work with every font , since different font ...
by LordSqueak
2004-08-24 14:00
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: bot that bans users that dont share the right files...?
Replies: 17
Views: 2818

How about you do what every other Op is doing in the DC-world, check the users filelists.
Then you can kick people who share files you dont want shared on your hub.

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