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Dial a fix still alive?

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I was wondering if the Dial a fix project was alive anywhere or even if someone else had continued it? Not really sure whats been going on with it. If anyone reads this thanks for taking the time to read this and answer.

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The last mention of development was around three years ago which you can see in this topic. It appears the Facebook page is now gone and most references to the software are as well on the DjLizard website.

 

The software does not work on Windows Vista and above. It's hard to say what's going on, perhaps development of the software is indeed dead.

 

It would be nice if the project was open sourced. Last that I know it was written in Delphi and 1.0 was going to be a ground-up C++ rewrite which you could see some of on Facebook. Unfortunately that's all gone from Facebook.

 

Please note, these are my observations over the years and DjLizard may pop in to post a status update about his software.

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The last mention of development was around three years ago which you can see in this topic. It appears the Facebook page is now gone and most references to the software are as well on the DjLizard website.

 

The software does not work on Windows Vista and above. It's hard to say what's going on, perhaps development of the software is indeed dead.

 

It would be nice if the project was open sourced. Last that I know it was written in Delphi and 1.0 was going to be a ground-up C++ rewrite which you could see some of on Facebook. Unfortunately that's all gone from Facebook.

 

Please note, these are my observations over the years and DjLizard may pop in to post a status update about his software.

I thought the last post about this project was from last year with a link to a Facebook page that doesn't exist. Or at least not anymore.

If the Delphi source code (assuming that is correct?) is available, I'll have a go at updating it. Can't handle C++ at present but withDelphi there's a good chance I can make it work, updating that is to work with final XP releases and all versions since.

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