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Started by Scott, November 26, 2008, 10:40:06 PM
Quote11/26/2008 21:57:07.0850,COMPUTERNAME,User,firefox.exe,808,Process priority temporarily lowered,The process is consuming a lot of CPU cycles so its priority has been temporarily lowered to ensure access to the processor(s) by other processes that may need it.
Quote11/26/2008 21:57:07.0850,User,firefox.exe,808,Priority lowered.
Quote from: heterodox on November 27, 2008, 11:33:16 AMI'd love to be able to close the GUI by simply closing the window (i.e. make ProcessLasso.exe exit via caption button, rather than close to tray). I don't normally run the GUI but load it sometimes to configure/check stuff. I know some people run the GUI all the time, so this would obviously be an option... (Easy for me to say, I know...)
QuoteCentralizing the options would significantly improve the UI, I think. In my opinion, PL has enough options that they deserve to all be on a consolidated Options sub-window. For example, configuring the logging options can require one to repeatedly access the menus and submenus...
QuoteThanks for the reply and I hope you have an enjoyable holiday.
Quote from: jeremy.collake on November 28, 2008, 09:18:20 AMI was told at Thanksgiving the most annoying thing about Process Lasso was the updating, and I think that's probably true.
Quote from: jeremy.collake on November 28, 2008, 10:09:38 AMI just implemented the 'exit GUI on window close' feature, it will be in the next beta.
Quote from: Hotrod on November 29, 2008, 01:34:57 AMYes I agree. I remember asking for a better, more automated update where users don't have to extract and install manually, or at least cut down on the steps required. But that may have been on the old forum and Jeremy has been quite busy as of late. I'm sure it is in his to do list somewhere, maybe lost but not forgotten. Pass the stuffing please. And thanks for all the hard work Jeremy.