Anonymous asked: Also, I don't want to seem rude asking you to release a little about how you made it, But ive been wondering how to make a notifier, I will take no credit and credit you if you can help me figure out a little bit.
While I can’t really give you specifics through an anonymous post, and I wish you were a little more specific about “How did you go about making your notifier?” The whole thing was programmed in Visual Studio 2010.
Here’s an EXTREMELY basic flowchart of my notifier’s logic.
Like or reblog if you still have your notifier running during the hiatus…
Anonymous asked: How do I do a fake check?
To humor anon, I will go through the motions:
- Right click on the notifier’s icon in the notification area.
- Click on “Fake Check”
And there we have it.
Anonymous asked: I uninstalled the mspa notifier 3 months ago and it still pops up. I can't find the program anywhere on my computer. How do I make it stop????
Please see this post about installing/uninstalling the notifier, or rather, how you don’t actually install or uninstall it. The program should not be running on startup unless you created a shortcut to it in your “startup” folder in your start menu, or you’ve modified an event to have the program run on startup. To locate the notifier, please download this small program called Process Explorer and when it lists all the programs running on your computer, find “MSPANotify.exe” and right click and open it’s folder location. You can now close the notifier, and delete it from your computer. Keep in mind deleting the program without deleting it’s startup shortcut may cause an error the next time you restart your computer saying that the program could not be found, be sure to remove it from both places.
For those who are so impatient they can’t wait for the macro, I realized I could actually create a full-screen popup webpage of the latest update appear.
That would be terrifying…