is there a best anti-viral program for Revolution?
b.xavier at internet.lu
Wed May 25 16:10:24 EDT 2005
oh, you just discovered the wonders of TAOO i've been enjoying for 15 years,
preaching for 10, tried to convince you for months! ;)
Richard, no offense but it's true...
Now, it's GTR Time!!! ;)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of
> Richard Gaskin
> Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2005 21:09
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Re: is there a best anti-viral program for Revolution?
> MisterX wrote:
> >>Not sure what they do, but since Rev is aware of security
> concerns and
> >>RevOnline premiered when secure sockets premiered it would seem
> >>reasonable that they use secure sockets to validate channels.
> > Interesting!
> > But obscure technologies remain unused like the xmas news on the
> > revOffline news Channel! ;)
> Christmas happens every year -- maybe they're early. ;)
> > It's a too bad Runrev didn't use their online virus to make
> Rev more
> > inviting and their new-features more conspicuous... (like
> the startup
> > tips in some window programs).
> I thought Rev had startup tips -- were those yanked recently?
> > Lets hope the good folks at RunRev make more demos of their
> cool IDE
> > and GUI to show us the way!
> Maybe even better would be more pre-scripted components. We
> hear from HC users that copy-and-paste components were one of
> the main things they liked about HC, and I believe that in
> any given gene pool non-scripters outnumber scripters by at
> least 10 to 1.
> If that becomes a priority for RR it would be helpful to see
> this BZ request implemented:
> That would allow certain groups to be treated as a single
> control, both in terms of interaction and in control lists.
> It makes crafting, sharing, and using custom controls much simpler.
> Extra bonus points if they decided to favor the component
> interoperability spec Ken's been putting some good time into:
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Media Corporation
> Rev tools and more: http://www.fourthworld.com/rev
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