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FileASSASSIN 1.06 adjustments


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Hi Marcin , there were some points missing on the implementation of the improvements we discussed :

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FA 1.06 and FA Portable 1.06 :

--when program starts the Delete box comes correctly UNmarked ,

however after a deletion process , it keeps marked (it should reset to UNmarked) .

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FA Spanish 1.06 :

-- when program starts the Delete box comes incorrectly marked .

-- after a deletion process , it keeps marked .

-- last line of Command Line Parameters help window says :

Uso: FileASSASSIN.exe /function /silent ARCHIVO

I proposed to replace ARCHIVO (it means FILE) by FILEPATH , like was introduced in the two English versions , not translating due to the space restriction .

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Hi Marcin

--when program starts the Delete box comes correctly UNmarked ,

however after a deletion process , it keeps marked (it should reset to UNmarked) .

I tested the three new versions , it is correct now .

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I'm not sure what you want me to replace ARCHIVO with, FILEPATH?

Due to the space limitation , I think it is better to have the right term FILEPATH in English .

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Doubt (for all versions) :

0- Choose a test.exe file to be "assassinate" .

1- If the 3 initial options are selected (Unlock handles + Unload modules + Terminate process) there are informative messages for the functions requested , and it ends with "Unlock successful" , that is OK , however ...

2- For the same file (or a copy of it) if selecting the 3 initial options plus Delete , then it comes the final message "File was deleted successfully" , but it does not seem the initial 3 functions are performed , also the time it takes is shorter than for step 1 . Maybe be only my impression , just to confirm .

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