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IHi, i'm new here. First of all compliments of the great work done here.

Furthermore i have a problem trying to use this template with HFS 2.2f and i can't get rid of it.

Here it is:



This using both ie7 and firefox.

Template folder and Terayonv1.3.2 file are in the same directory with hfs.exe and, as you can see in the picture above, template folder is in the virtual file system.

Where am i wrong?


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Try using www.dovedove.it/hfs/hfs230.exe

HFS does not need to be beside the template folder (common mistake)

1. Unrar the Terayon File to any location
2. Open HFS (there should be nothing in the HFS tree at this moment) > Menu > HTML Template > Change File >>> Select the *.tpl file that came in the Terayon RAR file. (a message will be displayed in HFS afterwards, and a template folder added to the HFS tree)


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you can use another similar template: the HFS Terayon v1.2.1.zip

he works with no macros ;)


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the template version you are using requires HFS 2.3


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All the most recent RAWR-Designs template need a recent to latest beta. They use the new Macro engine which allows basic server side scripts.

I do this to encourage users to beta test HFS builds, which in turn makes HFS a better and more reliable program.


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Really thanks to you all. I really appreciate and idd i have fixed it.

One more little stuff, using a beta such as 2.30 could give me any stability problem?

I have to use it in a server 24h running for office affair.

Thank you.


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2.3 is a beta anyway, and require users to update often.
It is considered quite stable because there are 30,000 users out there using it.
Every month, 3-4 updates are released.
updating is automatic and requires users to just click "yes".
if this is not compatible with your needs, it is ok to use it in a LAN context and update every 2-3 months.
In an internet+business context instead you need to stay updated.

Stable versions like 2.2 have sporadic updates, like every 3 months.


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I have never really had any stability problems with beta releases, only once or twice a year, but the major problems are fixed soon enough.


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Got it again...  tnx.

Rejetto, to click that "yes" you were speaking about, is it needed to physically access the machine on which hfs is running?


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yes.
or remotely with VNC/RDP/any.

you of course can build a remote update system yourself:
you can have a template section

[please_update]
{.exec|run_your_script.bat.}

so that when you access http://address/~please_update
the script will be run, and it will

REM download
wget http://xxxxxxx...
REM quit
hfs -q
REM replace
move /y newhfs.exe hsf.exe



or a simple system, based on Autohotkey (great software indeed), that will check every 10 minutes if there's an update dialog in HFS, and to click yes in case.

don't panic, it's just to show you can ;)


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Great idea, autohotkey is really a sweet software i'm used to. :D :D

Besides if i don't wanna update my machines, or just leave it to me with no automatic control, i have to:

- Unflag "Auto check every day"
- Flag Keep old version

or it's enought

- Unflag "Auto check every day"


or what else?

And... sorry for all my questions, but i'm learning something really cool... if i flag "Update automatically" i have to click the yes button anyway?

« Last Edit: March 19, 2009, 09:28:16 PM by Neron2 »


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- Flag Keep old version

this is to just NOT delete the old file after the update is done.
you will get an hfs.exe.old
you decide

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And... sorry for all my questions, but i'm learning something really cool... if i flag "Update automatically" i have to click the yes button anyway?

ah, i forgot that option.
with that you don't need to click "yes".