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    Hello

    i have downloaded , and installed this, everything is fine except, when i added the "-hide" parameter, to the start menu shortcut
    Are you supposed to get no dialog boxes popping up, when you restart the computer i am getting this file security warning popping up.
    Can i get rid of this.




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    Check Ave thumbnail sizer executable Properties and Unblock it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramesh Kumar MVP View Post
    Check Ave thumbnail sizer executable Properties and Unblock it.



    I have looked everywhere, i cannot see an option to unblock it

    ---------- Post added at 06:43 AM ---------- Previous post was at 06:31 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by carl606 View Post
    I have looked everywhere, i cannot see an option to unblock it

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    I just downloaded and tried AveThumbnailSizer.exe -hide and it works fine.

    Make a shortcut to the application in your Startup folder in the startmenu with
    -hide as a parameter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramesh Kumar MVP View Post
    I just downloaded and tried AveThumbnailSizer.exe -hide and it works fine.

    Make a shortcut to the application in your Startup folder in the startmenu with
    -hide as a parameter.
    hello ramesh kumar.

    Yes, this is the easy bit, but adding the (-hide) switch , still brings up a file security dialog box, its this box that i don't want on the screen every time i start the computer.



    I could go into windows firewall and stop the security warnings, but i don't know if its worth doing this.

    I could just run the application when i need to, but i would like it to run all the time, its just this file security box thats anoying

    Even unchecking the "Ask me every time i open this file" it still come's up
    Last edited by carl606; 5th July 2009 at 09:24. Reason: add a sentence

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    take control of the file giving it full rights. or enable test mode. one of the two might work. It looks like an unsigned driver issue..


    wait a minute. what is the OS you are using...

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    [QUOTE=bstelling;136665]take control of the file giving it full rights.QUOTE]

    Hi, bstelling.
    What i did was to delete everything, and then start again, reinstalled thumbnailsizer.exe,created shortcut in the startup folder, and added the -hide
    Switch.

    And guess what No dialog box.

    I do not know what happened the first time, as i checked everything about 10 times, i can only think something went wrong the first time i installed it.




    The screen shot above, i did not look at this, the first time i installed it

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    That great! I'm glad you got it sorted out...

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    Hi - I have installed the 32bit version; the install seems successful except the width & height settings (for thumbnails) always revert to the defaults. This despite my clicking the "Start AveVista...with Windows" button as instructed.

    The software does start with Windows, BTW. And I much like its effect after I set the width & height - just do not want to do this every time I boot up. It's not supposed to act that way, is it?

    I tried removing the program and reinstalling. No difference.

    Suggestions....

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    Try to run the executable (.exe) as Administrator and then set the width and height of thumbnail.

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