Richard, There is no reason to expect that I shall boot you from the group for making such a comment. These measures are needed for Vista for released versionsMessage 1 of 14 , Nov 30, 2007View SourceRichard,
There is no reason to expect that I shall boot you from the group for
making such a comment.
These measures are needed for Vista for released versions of Liberty
BASIC because Microsoft has decided to turn on various security
measures (if you can call them that) in Vista. Future versions of
Liberty BASIC will not need any special knowledge to install and use on
Vista. I do not consider these things to be "bad practice" as you put
it, but rather they are helpful workarounds if you want to use Liberty
BASIC while waiting for a more Vista compliant LB.
On Nov 30, 2007, at 1:29 PM, Richard Russell wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, Carl Gundel <carlg@...> wrote:
>> When you install Liberty BASIC on Vista do not install into the
>> Program Files folder...
>> To use the registration code, start Liberty BASIC up using the
>> Run as administrator option.
> I hope I may be allowed a small criticism, without being booted off the
> group, but I really think you should explain (or give a link to) why
> doing these things is *bad practice*. It is useful to have them as a
> workaround for the problems with LB running under Vista, but they are
> no substitute for a version of LB which is properly Vista-compliant.
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