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evilmonkey
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Originally posted by TuNice
it gave me a trojan


It's legit you freakin' smacktard.
 
Zithers
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Originally posted by Firenze
Clicked for compensation.


 
taurran
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Just opened it up and it ran fine.

I've always imagined someone would do this and it would be elite. I'll play with it a bit and let you know how it goes.

Thanks@!!
 
taurran
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I dont know about the player import thing. Logging in thru here is a bit unnerving.
 
TheGreatPuma
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Originally posted by taurran
I dont know about the player import thing. Logging in thru here is a bit unnerving.


You can authenticate through IE itself, and then run the app and load the player's page. However, your apprehension is expected. I struggled with how to do it and decided that people likely weren't going to use it. Mostly it's to make my own life easier, and those who trust me.
Last edited Dec 9, 2008 14:45:22
 
Loco Moco
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You can always just type the numbers in.
It still works just the same.
 
Dj Asian
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It won't work.
It says..

"The application failed to initialize properly (**********). Click on OK to terminate the application.
 
taurran
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Originally posted by TheGreatPuma
You can authenticate through IE itself, and then run the app and load the player's page. However, your apprehension is expected. I struggled with how to do it and decided that people likely weren't going to use it. Mostly it's to make my own life easier, and those who trust me.


Oh yeah... I've never been one to read directions. I just noticed your note below it as I was about to reply.

I fired up my own IE 7 in Vista and logged in to GLB and it's still asking me to log in through the navigator. Tried restarting the program and it's still prompting. hmm.
 
TheGreatPuma
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Originally posted by Dj Asian
It won't work.
It says..

"The application failed to initialize properly (**********). Click on OK to terminate the application.


Likely a .Net Framework 2.0 issue.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856EACB-4362-4B0D-8EDD-AAB15C5E04F5&displaylang=en
Last edited Dec 9, 2008 14:51:47
 
taurran
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Originally posted by Loco Moco
You can always just type the numbers in.
It still works just the same.


I guess it's too much to ask to be lazy and untrusting. lol
 
TheGreatPuma
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Originally posted by taurran

Oh yeah... I've never been one to read directions. I just noticed your note below it as I was about to reply.

I fired up my own IE 7 in Vista and logged in to GLB and it's still asking me to log in through the navigator. Tried restarting the program and it's still prompting. hmm.


This is weird because most of my testing has been on Vista. What I need to do is allow you to copy/paste your player's screen into an edit box or something and pull the data out that way. Will still have to firgure out how to get the training %s though, as those are not visible on the player page; they're only available via the page source.
Last edited Dec 9, 2008 14:54:31
 
Dj Asian
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Originally posted by TheGreatPuma
Originally posted by Dj Asian

It won't work.
It says..

"The application failed to initialize properly (**********). Click on OK to terminate the application.


Likely a .Net Framework 2.0 issue.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856EACB-4362-4B0D-8EDD-AAB15C5E04F5&displaylang=en


Hold on.
Last edited Dec 9, 2008 14:54:18
 
supersoul
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Can you boost on the 'build a player' screen? I didn't notice that option.
 
TheGreatPuma
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Originally posted by supersoul
Can you boost on the 'build a player' screen? I didn't notice that option.


Not yet, but it's is on the list. Check number 5 on the to do list.


Last edited Dec 9, 2008 15:14:51
 
supersoul
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Maybe move it up. I don't imagine it would be that hard to fit in. And until it's added I can't really use this past Day 40.
 
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