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#1 phawgg

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Posted 22 September 2004 - 05:17 PM

I'm like a kid with a new toy. :flowers: Thanks to the hardworking HJT Team member, cryo, this little jewel now resides at my start menu. screenshot of the new toy. An answer to the problems encountered in helping members with their HJT log analysis, it certainly has wider applications for use. If he were not so diligent in his pursuit of excellence helping decipher those tricky HJT logs, I'm sure he'd have posted it for you himself. Enjoy! It's fun to play with, for sure. :thumbsup:


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Posted 22 September 2004 - 09:00 PM

Thanks for the link, phawgg.
Looks like a cool little program.
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Posted 22 September 2004 - 10:41 PM

Thanks from me too.

Now maybe I can figure out how to use the little beggar program properly without messing up the post! Off-line, on my time...

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Posted 23 September 2004 - 12:54 PM

I agree!!!--Now I can fool around and only embarass myself (and my cat if she's watching) :thumbsup:
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Posted 23 September 2004 - 04:47 PM

I like this program. Been playing with it since yesterday.
I really like the fact that you can change the colors (don't like that pale blue), or use a skin. I'm using black, and it sure looks good. There's only six of them (not counting the default), but it sure looks like it would be easy to make more.
Once again, Thanks for the link, phawgg.
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Posted 04 October 2004 - 11:48 PM

So you compose your message in the proggie, Then you C/P? . And it would change the background color of my posts?

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Posted 05 October 2004 - 08:15 AM

Thats funny somebody posted that on besttechie forum!????
Done forgot who though...
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Posted 05 October 2004 - 08:37 AM

So you compose your message in the proggie, Then you C/P? . And it would change the background color of my posts?

It doesn't change the color of your post.

I was talking about the skin colors of FASS.
If anyone is interested, here's the skins, and how to change them:

Along with the latest version of Fass comes support for setting skin colors.
Getting these just right can be tricky so here is a selection to start you off with.

To use any of these color schemes open your [prefs.txt] file, delete the
current skin settings (all the lines starting in "skin" and replace them with the
ones you wish to use below.

Default (Pale Blue):
SkinBackgroundB=11766920
SkinBackgroundF=2623937
SkinHeaderB=301331
SkinHeaderF=7098170
SkinOutlineF=16777215
SkinButtonB=15585468
SkinTextAreaB=-2147483643
SkinTextAreaF=-2147483640

Black:
SkinBackgroundB=2960685
SkinBackgroundF=16777215
SkinHeaderB=4934475
SkinHeaderF=16777215
SkinOutlineF=8421504
SkinButtonB=6908265
SkinTextAreaB=0
SkinTextAreaF=16777215

Lemon:
SkinBackgroundB=15204094
SkinHeaderB=11401983
SkinHeaderF=27756
SkinButtonB=9566975
SkinTextAreaB=16777215
SkinTextAreaF=-2147483640
SkinBackgroundF=-2147483630
SkinOutlineF=8882055

1337:
SkinBackgroundB=3223857
SkinBackgroundF=50176
SkinHeaderB=3815994
SkinHeaderF=65280
SkinOutlineF=45824
SkinButtonB=4934475
SkinTextAreaB=0
SkinTextAreaF=65280

Rose:
SkinBackgroundB=14803455
SkinBackgroundF=157
SkinHeaderB=12698111
SkinHeaderF=164
SkinOutlineF=8553215
SkinButtonB=11184895
SkinTextAreaB=15527167
SkinTextAreaF=128

Light:
SkinBackgroundB=16382457
SkinBackgroundF=0
SkinHeaderB=15395562
SkinHeaderF=0
SkinOutlineF=8421504
SkinButtonB=14145495
SkinTextAreaB=16777215
SkinTextAreaF=0

Orange:
SkinBackgroundB=9094655
SkinBackgroundF=17802
SkinHeaderB=2987775
SkinHeaderF=17802
SkinOutlineF=28637
SkinButtonB=1017855
SkinTextAreaB=9094655
SkinTextAreaF=17802
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Posted 05 October 2004 - 01:32 PM

This is so cool, thanks for the link :thumbsup:
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Posted 05 October 2004 - 05:02 PM

Thats funny somebody posted that on besttechie forum!????
Done forgot who though...
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Posted 06 October 2004 - 12:07 AM

I just discovered something, while playing with Fass.
While composing a post, you realize there were a couple of words you wanted to make bold, italics, etc...
Go back to the word/words, highlight them, then click the appropriate button (B,I,U). Fass will put the opening, and closing tags, around whatever was highlighted.

This works with:
B
I
U
Font
Size
Color
Image
E-mail
Quote
Code

Doesn't work with:
URL
List

Just thought I would pass on the info, in case somebody didn't know.
Liking this program more, and more, every day.
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