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Cipher13 Jul 25, 2000 08:42 AM
Network Assisstant hack
Hey all, jus though I'd share this - was mucking around with network assisstant the other day on my LAN and figured it'd be cool if I got rid of those damn eyes. If you use network assisstant you'll know what I mean.
I just quickly cooked up a patch that gets rid of them. You can still click where they normally are, but I am working on that. Think I got it (haven't tested it yet. Too lazy). But anyway, want a copy of the patch, e-mail me and I'd be glad to send to you.

pcurtner Jul 25, 2000 12:18 PM
You can use the Network Ass't Security app to disable the 'Show me when I'm being observed' without patching the app.
Cipher13 Jul 26, 2000 04:17 AM
Can you? Cool... didn't know that. Could be easier than the patch
Well, thats what you get when you don't read manuals or anything.

pcurtner Jul 26, 2000 05:13 PM
Manuals? Who has time to read manuals?

I just use the software and saw the option sitting there...
Cipher13 Jul 28, 2000 06:16 AM
By the way, disabling the "Show when observed..." button does not remove the eyes when you are controlling a computer.
You may say "Well, if you're controlling it, they're gonna know about it".
Not necessarily. If you share control, you can let them go about their business, but can control any time, get what I mean?

JayPee Jul 28, 2000 05:30 PM

It's supposed to but according to an article in the TIL, the prefs file get's corrupted. Just trash it and set everything up again. It worked for me. It doesn't show 'em when you're controling the workstation either.
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