เมื่อก่อนเราคงคิดว่า GM จะรู้ได้ไงว่าใครใช้ไม่ใช้ Windower .....ตอนนี้คิดว่า GM มีหลักฐานที่ใช้อ้างอิงในเบื้องต้นแล้ว แค่อยากให้เตือนไว้ว่ามันไม่ได้ปลอดภัย 100% ที่จะใช้
An experimental version of Windower was released on accident earlier tonight. Unfortunately, this experimental build will corrupt POL files, causing a reinstall of FFXI and it's expansion packs. The reason it was released is because I am located somewhere that I cannot compile the final build, and there was a communication problem as which version was the one for release today. If you did download a copy of this experimental build, we suggest you fully delete that windower directory from your system: including all scripts, plugins, the launcher and hook. Once again, this release will corrupt POL files, but you can get the correct version from the link below. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Edit: The whole issue surrouding timestamp and being released on accident... it was not an accident. I had planned to release it with this newer version, as soon as I fixed the bugs. However, the plugin module and the plugin itself cause problems with POL files due to the method it uses to modify the chatlog, for a currently unknown reason. This in turn causes POL to detect a problem when FFXI loads and will refuse, forcing you to reinstall the whole thing at some point. I wanted to prevent people from becoming further upset with me by notifying them. I don't appreciate people thinking I am lying to them or trying to use a scare tactic to cover something up... when all I have done is provide a program people enjoy for free, and fixed it when it broke-- for free. Why tell everyone to delete their whole directory? Simple: I want re-installation to be easy for those who aren't fantastic with computers. (Please remember I get people who say their windower is broken, and they don't have the files in the same directory to work together. So I have to cater to these people.) Also, [font size=4 color=red]please realize that if a GM looks at your logs at all, they will see the timestamp and you will definitely be banned. This was another reason it wasn't made public yet, until I finished working on a mechanism to hide it from GMs [/font](there are similar mechanisms for other parts of Windower).
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