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[quote=siria] Very nice now with the info at the DEFAULT :) [quote=JamesD]I updated to the method currently in use for the ASCII version. Not having any language skills except English, I did not know that method would not work for users requiring UTF-8. Later I created the international version which passes the strings in a different method.[/quote] Well, I understand it has historical reasons, but if the international version works for you too, I'm not sure if the ascii-version is really still needed as a separate branch...? But just wild guessing, am completely clueless there ;-P Yep, IMHO it would certainly make a lot of sense to group those macros together :) Disrupted can probably tell whether it's possible with his installer to use multiple macros. So far I always assumed there's 1 kmm per macro/extension/addon :cool: but that may not be necessary at all. Alternatively one could "melt" them all into 1 kmm, but seeing how complex it already is, gets perhaps too confusing... Then again, Reload and AltDir are rather short and don't need any additional files, so why not. Frankly, after glancing over the bookmarks-section in kmext and the macros-wiki, there doesn't seem such a "flood" for Favorites macros, actually just about nothing, so IMHO there's not much need to have Reload and AltDir as separate macros. As for the one I've picked from kko, for the native IE-adder, I'm already going to integrate the refresh function too (just for simplicity), but will make sure it's hidden if Reload_IE_Fav is already present, or if you integrate that command into FavRenAdd, I'd simply add a condition for that one too, no prob :) If you find something useful of my little modifications in the Reloader, I'd of course be happy if you use it :) Must admit the first lines are more complicated in my version, but that was for the reason that I wanted to have a variable if the folder is in the default location or not. Because I modified this macro especially for the native IE-adder, and that one can't seem to use any other folder (so far), so in this case I wanted to hide the refresh-button too. Perhaps for FavRenAdd the original lines are easier, no idea. On NT/XP that cmd-window flashes too?? Oh... And there I assumed that 'new' command-line parameter would really hide it, oops ;-)[/quote]
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