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42671

Re: ProgramFiles in x64 batch

try: %ProgramW6432%
quanticworks
Jul 5
#42671
 
42670

Re: ProgramFiles in x64 batch

You could also try directly running the cmd.exe form the 64 bit folder (probably somwhere under Wndows folder?), although I guess that would involve the
brucexs
Jul 5
#42670
 
42669

Re: ProgramFiles in x64 batch

Yes, Windows does that for compatibility for win32 running under win 64. I don't know how to get at the win64 program file folder. Maybe lopping off the (x86)
brucexs
Jul 5
#42669
 
42668

ProgramFiles in x64 batch

When i launch a batch file variable %ProgramFiles% is C:\Program Files (x86). How to obtain to is C:\Program Files ?
diamantsus
Jul 5
#42668
 
42667

Re: PowerPro light package redistribution request

Well, the embedded stuff concern was also a bit of a joke. I fear that PowerPro is not suited for the modern world of apps and touch-base gestures and easy
brucexs
Jul 3
#42667
 
42666

Re: PowerPro light package redistribution request

Thank you ! Of course, I would not remote your name and copyright. I would even like to increase PP popularity all over the world. You can trust me to be a PP
patrenet
Jul 3
#42666
 
42665

Re: PowerPro light package redistribution request

Sure, go ahead. It can be redistributed as you please. I would not be happy if you modded the embedded resources to remove my name and copyright. I guess the
brucexs
Jul 2
#42665
 
42664

PowerPro light package redistribution request

Hi Bruce, Hope you are doing well. I'm posting in the group as it may interest other people. As part of a technical support team of a software company, I'm
patrenet
Jul 2
#42664
 
42663

Re: x64

Ok not disputed this, and I read the response satisfactory
diamantsus
Jun 30
#42663
 
42662

Re: exec.mute not work in w7 x64?

Hardware incompatibility between the Windows API that PPro relies on and your system could also include drivers, espeically if had to install them for your
brucexs
Jun 30
#42662
 
42661

Re: x64

OK, but I answered both in separate replies.
brucexs
Jun 30
#42661
 
42660

Re: x64

Question is not if PP work in W7 x64 but why it is not compiled in x64.
diamantsus
Jun 29
#42660
 
42659

Re: x64

Me too! I use powerpro every day and on every computer on Win7 x64. Mostly I use it for custom toolbars and menus. (Hi all! Yes I'm still lurking)
Brother Gabriel-Marie
Jun 29
#42659
 
42658

Re: exec.mute not work in w7 x64?

What I suspect that setting does is make powerpro think it is running under xp so it won't use any of the win7 dialogs etc. As well, it will talk to windows
brucexs
Jun 29
#42658
 
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brucexs
Jun 29
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