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Default Settings

Postby simplythebest » Sat May 26, 2007 3:02 am

I have a suggestion for the default settings when AdMuncher is installed.

For a n00b user, he/she will never go to the options page.

So the following settings

treat all 400-500..... as adverts
Block retrival of 468 x60....
Modify browser requests to stop caching
Clear IE cache

should be off by default.

Otherwise the n00b user will have a slower internet experience, or even complain that images are not showing. I guess you can set it to clear IE cache once while installing to prevent other problems

i have reccommended this to my mom and friend, and they both complained that the program was blocking images.

When i checked, and turned off the above 4 settings, they really liked the program.

To me, if anyone is using IE, they are a n00b, and therefore any program should install itself in the most fool-proof manner.

All the better users will obviously chnage settings to make it more difficult for ads to get through...


Lastly if someone buys the program now, will they get free updates when v5 is released?
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Postby Jeff » Sat May 26, 2007 3:09 am

Thank you for the suggestions.

Anyone who purchases a copy after October 8th 2006 will need to pay an update fee for v5.x

All v4.x updates will be free and we have quite a few of them planned.
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cost?

Postby acr » Sat May 26, 2007 3:34 am

Any idea what the cost for upgrading to 5.0 will be?

thanks
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Postby Jeff » Sat May 26, 2007 6:05 am

We'll decide that when we get there.
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My second popup stopper didn't block enough.
Ad Muncher was juuuuust right.
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