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    Ok considering how there are so many patches these days and being that I am a total patch junkie now thanks, is there any possible way to remove the script warning bit you get after hitting install? The OK View Cancel part etc?
    Thanks
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    it would be nice to see it as a preference b/c sometimes I like to look at the script to see how the coding was done...but it can get annoying when you have to load a bunch of patches, e.g. after an OTA update
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    Sweet all my Palm Profile contacts went poof heh. Well all but the 2 Sprint ones . .

    thank god I manually put em into Google last week, but sheesh . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by twiktor View Post
    Ok considering how there are so many patches these days and being that I am a total patch junkie now thanks, is there any possible way to remove the script warning bit you get after hitting install? The OK View Cancel part etc?
    Thanks
    WOSQI Does not have the warning. I think that you would want to post this in the Preware thread.

    It could be a preference
    Script Warning:
    -Always Show
    -Show Once Each Session

    I would love this.

    - Craig
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    We have plans to add the ability to sign packages that include installation scripts, and then have the user consent once for each provider certificate.

    No timeframe yet though, cause it's a major piece of work, and most of our developers are concentrating on wIRC at the moment.

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