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Post by *MVV » 2015-10-18, 13:43 UTC

I've fixed crash caused by incorrect format string for %S parameter request dialog (only for embedded or shipped translation since 1.4.1.101). Some other translation issues were changed, and Russian translation was added.

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Re: MultiArc - archiver plugin

Post by *Peter » 2015-12-05, 22:51 UTC

deus-ex wrote:MultiArc v1.4.1.x
http://wcx.sourceforge.net


New German translation v2.0: download

Whats new:
  • Completely revised
  • Adds previously missing translations
  • Corrects previously misinterpreted items
Hi deus-ex
the download link shows a page which describes the download:
Downloaded 5 times
File: deus-ex - MultiArc German translation v2.0.rar
Size: 1.89 KB
Clicking the download, I don't get a RAR with 1.89 kB, but an EXE (Innosetup) with 953 kB - and 17 (of 55) virus alerts from Virustotal???

???

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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 02:30 UTC

Hi Peter,

thank you very much for the notice. This is because the file sharing host has changed the default settings recently. Now a checkbox, right below the download button, is activated requesting to use their secure download manager instead.

I do not support this attitude, therefore I have established new downloads at a different file sharing host. Please look for the new links down below.
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Post by *nsp » 2015-12-06, 06:03 UTC

deus-ex wrote:Hi Peter,

thank you very much for the notice.

Indeed all of my previous three downloads have been corrupted each with a malicious software download.
Please avoid any of these download links found in my previous three posts!
I have established new downloads, find the links in my posts down below.
Now your download are protected by a malicious password....

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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 09:55 UTC

MultiArc v1.4.1.x
http://wcx.sourceforge.net


New English MultiArc CHM-file: download
(MultiArc (English).chm, 35.389 Bytes)

Whats new:
  • Completely revised content
  • Logical errors corrected
  • Adds many previously missing details
No changes since previous release, just the file sharing host was exchanged.
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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 09:55 UTC

MultiArc v1.4.1.x
http://wcx.sourceforge.net


New English translation v2.0: download
(English.lng, 4.267 Bytes)

Whats new:
  • Completely revised
  • Adds previously missing translations
  • Corrects previously misinterpreted items
No changes since previous release, just the file sharing host was exchanged.
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Re: MultiArc - archiver plugin

Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 09:56 UTC

MultiArc v1.4.1.x
http://wcx.sourceforge.net


New German translation v2.0: download
(German.lng, 4.812 Bytes)

Whats new:
  • Completely revised
  • Adds previously missing translations
  • Corrects previously misinterpreted items
No changes since previous release, just the file sharing host was exchanged.
Last edited by deus-ex on 2015-12-06, 22:22 UTC, edited 3 times in total.
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Post by *Hacker » 2015-12-06, 13:43 UTC

deus-ex,
I assume one simply has to uncheck "Download with Secured Download manager"?
Should I edit any of your posts / remove links inside them?

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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 13:59 UTC

Hacker

I wanted to secure the downloads from being altered again and mistook the provided password function as a possible countermeasure. There is no way to undo that, so I had to establish new download links once more.

Please feel free to edit my previous post #301193 - 301195 and #302929 - 302931 removing the links or delete them all together, whatever you see fit to remedy the confusion I have unfortunately caused.

Thank you very much in advance.
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Post by *milo1012 » 2015-12-06, 14:39 UTC

Suggestion:
Provide checksums (SHA1, MD5) and/or the filename and size, when posting downloads.

Of course there's still a chance that users don't check it, but at least it makes things verifiable.
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Post by *Hacker » 2015-12-06, 15:33 UTC

deus-ex,
Please feel free to edit my previous post #301193 - 301195 and #302929 - 302931 removing the links
But the links work fine as long as one unchecks "Download with Secured Download manager", right? So no need to edit / delete them?

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Post by *Dalai » 2015-12-06, 16:20 UTC

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Yeah, well, I had a hard time thinking about what you mean by "unchecking" as I thought there isn't anything to uncheck. Now I see that the little shield is reacting to clicks like a checkbox, but the checkmark is really hard to spot in there (on purpose, I guess). So, it's a crappy hoster that tries to spread its adware sh**, and simply because of that it should not be used.

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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 17:07 UTC

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I fully second what Dalai said. (Thank you, Dalai.)

I didn't understand at first that you were referring to the downloads at Data File Host. They must have changed the default download settings only recently. I find it visually rather hard to spot that one has to disable their download manager by unticking the checkbox which is located below the download button. No doubt it was designed that way on purpose.

I'd recommend to remove the data file host links altogether.
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Post by *deus-ex » 2015-12-06, 19:16 UTC

milo1012 wrote:Suggestion:
Provide checksums (SHA1, MD5) and/or the filename and size, when posting downloads.

Of course there's still a chance that users don't check it, but at least it makes things verifiable.
Hi milo1012,

a good suggestion, corresponding information was just added to my posts with the download links.
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Post by *Peter » 2015-12-06, 19:49 UTC

Thanks to all for clearing the confusion and modifying it.
deus-ex wrote:...I have established new downloads at a different file sharing host. ...
but it seems that "wikisend" has a timelimit of 90 days for the uploaded files?
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