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Offline SilentPliz

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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #255 on: March 10, 2020, 05:09:22 PM »

 10-03-2020 HFS 2.3m #300 r11 is online.

NEW:
Updates were blocked since several releases, sorry.

HFS 2.3m #300 r11:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1-8EN9sMEAtGAy28n-z272sVGfEnlkKbD

or

http://silentpliz.free.fr/hfs/hfs.2.3m_300_r11.exe

Sources:
http://silentpliz.free.fr/hfs/Sources_hfs/HFS2.3m300_r11.zip


I removed the Russian language: too many strings are not translated.
 If you want completed yourself this translation for this language, use the release of this thread:


http://rejetto.com/forum/index.php?topic=13134.0
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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #256 on: March 13, 2020, 03:29:30 PM »
...idea of ​​"stealth mode", I'm a little doubtful...
Changing both delphi-date entries (in the ini) to 99999.99999 seems to make the server silent.  Of course it would be better to use encrypted security so that silence is not especially required. 

Although updates are good, sudden unannounced changes are never acceptable for servers.  And, it would be better to notify before change (a console pop up, "click ok" notice prior to implementing a change by remote). 

Since we don't have a notify-before-change function, then I was very glad to hear of a way to shut off potentially disruptive unplanned changes.   It is vital to make sure that the server-operator is present and aware of changes, before the change is implemented.

I'd like to vote "yes" for a stealth mode feature because it seems more straightforward to have it in the menu. 

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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #257 on: March 13, 2020, 05:43:22 PM »
do you know the options?
MENU> Updates> Auto check every day
MENU> Updates> Automatically
MENU> Updates> Delay update to serve last requests

if the first is not checked, the update is only done manually
when the second is checked, the automatically update is only carried out when all the user requests are finished (which does not mean that there is no more user online, because there is no timeout to define a time of logout)

it is possible to play with the next update date and the above parameters by using events script
{.set ini|update-daily=no.}
{.set ini|update-automatically=no.}
{.set ini|delayed-update=yes.}
{.set ini|last-update-check=99999.99999.}

the modified parameters remain functional as long as hfs is in operation, to continue the modification, finish by saving the configuration if necessary

{.save cfg.}  optional parameter is  one of file, registry, global registry

by default the parameter is same as defined in MENU > Save options > <BOLD TEXT>



to alert the admin  use this macro to have a tray balloon

{.notify|
LAST TIME={.time|when=43892.105588831.}
CHECK AUTO={.if|{.get ini|update-automatically.}|yes|no.}
CHECK DAILY={.if|{.get ini|update-automatically.}|yes|no.}
{.play|tada.wav.}
|timeout=360|type=2|title=HFS UPDATE.}
 
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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #258 on: March 19, 2020, 04:03:42 PM »
... I see some posts at the moment about "external services", which disappear or are edited again and again ... until the answers given by those who take the time to answer them become incomprehensible. The "ephemeral" posts are a bit annoying from my point of view.
...I know what you mean. I thought I was the only one who realized about those actions ('some user' was editing, and editing, after editing all day, just to edit only a couple of words, then removing then, and making some edits again, and it was a crazy thing to keep up with that)...
I apologize for that! 
And, I was not aware there was a broadcast per each.  OMG!!!!   Thanks for mentioning that problem.
I am usually ill-spoken (not on purpose).  So I get worried and edit until it seems like I might have said the right thing.  Even if it takes all day.
 
The flipside of this problem is that it makes code run fast, because all-day or all-month edit is just enough to do that. Note the sturdy WatchCat script, delivered same day.
But the pedantic practice apparently went badly with forum-post documentation. 

Again I apologize for the inadvertent broadcasts.
The goal was actually less words, not more; and, I surely did fail at that. 

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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #259 on: March 21, 2020, 09:34:53 AM »
I am usually ill-spoken (not on purpose). So I get worried and edit until it seems like I might have said the right thing. Even if it takes all day.
Don't worry, I will tell you my method to post comments on the forum (specially when they are long): I usually write my posts offline on a notepad before publishing. Then, I review that everything makes sense and is well written (I check for typos), and when it's all OK, I post it online. On rare occasions I edit my posts. But like I've said, don't give too much importance on how you write here (this is not a newspaper or a book, the important thing is writing something that can be understood). Other users (like bmartino) also had this problem in the past, and it's fine (most users here use English as second language, so you don't have to write a perfect English). :)
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Re: HFS including SSl tools
« Reply #260 on: April 20, 2020, 03:03:44 PM »
22-04-2020 HFS 2.3m #300 r12 is online.
 
 NEW:
Options > new tab 'User Configuration' (new feature by Mars, thanks to him ;) )

-  At the request of several users (Danny, Leo, etc):

Main Menu > Debugging options > Disable external services (not recommended) > Deactivate IP_SERVICES_URL

Main Menu > Debugging options > Disable external services (not recommended) > Deactivate SELF_TEST_URL

- Correction of 2 small bugs in hfs: no more duplicates in 'Customized Addresses' and when deleting a DDNS account, the password is now also deleted from the configuration.

@LeoNeeson
Added in ipservices.txt:

http://checkip.amazonaws.com
http://whatismyip.akamai.com
http://bot.whatismyipaddress.com


HFS 2.3m #300 r12:
 https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1-8EN9sMEAtGAy28n-z272sVGfEnlkKbD

or 

 
http://silentpliz.free.fr/hfs/hfs.2.3m_300_r12.exe

Sources:]
 
http://silentpliz.free.fr/hfs/Sources_hfs/HFS2.3m300_r12.zip
 
« Last Edit: April 22, 2020, 03:31:36 PM by SilentPliz »

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