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  # 206109 8-Apr-2009 22:53
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awesomeo: Hi All,




I am back from my holiday...

Here is a new one again (likely with new bugs, let me know); it has the following new stuff:




*Warns within 80% of Data Cap.

*Repair tool now sets Orcon DNS Servers (After much humming and arring).

*Warns that the cap is exceeded.

*Some new menu options (links to Orcon Pages).

*Automatic Update now happens every 20min (approx), instead of every 3.4days (woops, lol).

*Detects possible PVC Tunnelling errors.

*Detects Blocked Accounts.

*Pretty sure the usage cap calculation issue has been delt to...




http://www.megaupload.com/?d=O4E9CHVZ


Give me "Always on top" and i'll be away laughing! :D

I love this tool, absolutely brilliant.

Congrats





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  # 210768 30-Apr-2009 07:32
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Error

This file is neither allocated to a Premium Account, or a Collector's Account, and can therefore only be downloaded 10 times.

This limit is reached.

To download this file, the uploader either needs to transfer this file into his/her Collector's Account, or upload the file again. The file can later be moved to a Collector's Account. The uploader just needs to click the delete link of the file to get further information.

 
 
 
 


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  # 210769 30-Apr-2009 07:32
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Would be able to send the application to my email address?

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  # 210771 30-Apr-2009 07:44
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Update: never mind didnt see the megaupload link..

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  # 210775 30-Apr-2009 07:49
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Works ok.



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  # 210813 30-Apr-2009 09:53

Sorry, haven't had much time to work out the linux version...

I have a few days off this week so will see what I can work out.

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  # 210922 30-Apr-2009 15:43
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Love the whole thing, thanks very much - it's very handy. Is there any way to rescale and make it a bit smaller though ?

 
 
 
 




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  # 210947 30-Apr-2009 16:56

ummm, yup - check back later tonight/ early morning... will make it a little smaller



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  # 212342 5-May-2009 00:51

New Version:

... Is smaller.

... Always on-top.

... Now counts data as $2.00/GB


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ICV91165


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  # 212355 5-May-2009 07:36
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awesomeo: New Version:

... Is smaller.

... Always on-top.

... Now counts data as $2.00/GB




http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ICV91165



When did orcon start charging $2 a GB?





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  # 212370 5-May-2009 08:29
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From May 23 they will charge extra data at $2 per gb :-(

They've sent out an email to everyone affected. Thanks for the updated version too, but I'll keep with the old version till 23 May.



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  # 213771 10-May-2009 01:42

Okay, so I have been playing with Linux and have become to distracted by all the cool stuff in there...

I hope at some point to make the meter in GTK+ and Glade... but for now I would recommend taking a look at this link (assuming you have KDE)...

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Orcon+Internet+Applet+-+New+Zealand?content=96865

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  # 213887 10-May-2009 17:24
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awesomeo: Okay, so I have been playing with Linux and have become to distracted by all the cool stuff in there...



I hope at some point to make the meter in GTK+ and Glade... but for now I would recommend taking a look at this link (assuming you have KDE)...



http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Orcon+Internet+Applet+-+New+Zealand?content=96865


Fantastic! I can't try it out as I use Ubuntu.


Some suggestions:
Be weary of contrast - Black on purple blends too much. Perhaps try an off-white on purple or even just on dark grey (so the colours do not conflict with someone's theme or desktop look).
Personally, I'd go for something very simple and stripped down. Avoid the embossed look if you could?
Function and form as one.




– J

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  # 214742 13-May-2009 23:55
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Doesn't seem to give me any usage at all, but I'm not on a ULL line. Do I have to setup the login details for my Orcon accountname/password somewhere?

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  # 215650 18-May-2009 17:30
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Net Usage Meter FTW. Much better results. http://netusage.iau5.com/

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