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Old 11-05-2007, 11:31 AM
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I was talking the about other battery indicator. the context menu gives me options to change the view to analog, percent, percent+analog, percent+memory, memory+analog.

i did disable the regular battery meter with the "Clock in Title Bar".

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I guess I'm not sure which meter you're talking about then. Can you make a screen shot or describe it? If it's VistaHide battery meter I believe you can remove the link to it from \Windows\Startup to get it to go away.
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Old 11-05-2007, 11:52 AM
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here's the screenshot.

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Awesome birthday present guys. I will be sending a donation as soon as I can. Thanks again!
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here's the screenshot.
Ahh! OK yeah that's from the third party app called Quick Menu. To get rid of that you need to go into the Quick Menu settings (I don't have it installed right now but if you go to the start menu there should be a submenu for it). Look in the various tabs for an option to disable the battery meter. I know it's possible because I turned it off while I was testing Quick Menu). If you still can't find it post back and I (or someone else) will find the exact command.
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Ahh! OK yeah that's from the third party app called Quick Menu. To get rid of that you need to go into the Quick Menu settings (I don't have it installed right now but if you go to the start menu there should be a submenu for it). Look in the various tabs for an option to disable the battery meter. I know it's possible because I turned it off while I was testing Quick Menu). If you still can't find it post back and I (or someone else) will find the exact command.
Thanks luv2chill. it was quick menu.

To Disable: Quick Menu->Option...
In View Tab Un Check "Show battery on taskbar" option

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Old 11-05-2007, 12:27 PM
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Thumbs up Sweeeeet!!!

Man, I feel like a kid waiting to open a present... 61%... 62%... 63%...

Probably not going to get much work done today...

Thanks to all those who contributed! Donations are forthcoming. But first...
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Smile Which carriers will this newest version work on...?

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No soccer match, political race, or building construction could match the (literally) INTERNATIONAL team work that went into this.... you should ALL be proud of your efforts.

And that goes for the more pedestrian members of PPCGeeks, as well. If not for US... these talented few would only be talking to themselves. It is folks like us (the research volunteers, the foot soldiers of the battle.. the lab rats and test monkeys) who have been hovering over their shoulders, listening in on their conversations, trying out their handiwork... and reporting back what we found.

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Awesome work guys =0) Here I was going to go clean and do something around the house, but instead I get an early Christmas gift, so my phone takes over.
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Dialer screen shots

For those that are wondering what the different dialers look like I just reflashed with each one and took screen shots.
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Great job.................................


I run into this message when I click on the shortcut

Unable to open Selections_config.txt
Could not file file' C:\BuildOS\BuildOS\Selections_config.txt'.


Thanks

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