[REL] CanaDream 2.4

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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1371 Post by jspence73 » 14 Nov 2017 19:53

ShirBlackspots wrote:
14 Nov 2017 19:50
Why would Chrome block files from Sharemods, when it's never done that before?
Yeah why WOULD it do that?
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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1372 Post by chrisagreat » 14 Nov 2017 20:13

I don't know it just did. on the status bar it said canadream.rar is malicious and chrome has blocked it... I just retried on chrome and it went fine... weird
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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1373 Post by TexasWhirlwind » 14 Nov 2017 20:34

I don't use chrome but my malware-byte blocked it. So disabled my malware-bytes and got it. It is working just fine now. But it did not help Viva Mexico. Still broken roads...

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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1374 Post by willy1962 » 14 Nov 2017 20:50

thanks for the update of your map .
It is not easy if English is not your native language .

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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1375 Post by ShirBlackspots » 14 Nov 2017 22:04

Who still uses Malware Bytes? I use the built in Windows virus and malware protection. I got tired of having to pay $50 every year to update the AV software.
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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1376 Post by TexasWhirlwind » 14 Nov 2017 23:32

It was A crisy presy from the daughter. So I will us it until it expires which is pretty soon....

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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1377 Post by vulchor » 14 Nov 2017 23:57

ManiaX, was there a reason you changed the background map from the colored terrain to the plain black and grey version you included in 2.4? Just my opinion, but I liked the old one better, so I just replaced the map.dds files from 2.3, but I was wondering if there was any reason for the change beyond stylistic preference.
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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1378 Post by ShirBlackspots » 15 Nov 2017 00:00

Probably working on finding a better source for the background
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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1379 Post by digitalxak » 15 Nov 2017 01:19

I still use MBAM, does me fine.

Anyway big thanks ManiaX for the update!

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Re: [REL] CanaDream 2.4

#1380 Post by Ways71 » 15 Nov 2017 04:51

ShirBlackspots wrote:
14 Nov 2017 22:04
Who still uses Malware Bytes? I use the built in Windows virus and malware protection. I got tired of having to pay $50 every year to update the AV software.
I'd hate to say this but I strongly disagree, I use Mbam...But I only use it for weekly scans. Mbam is a very good software, even with the free version. As for anti-virus, I use Avast. I may bring to your attention that Windows "built in protection" isn't that strong (Especially with Petya and Wannacry ransomwares spreading via network instead of links, and according to tests, windows defender couldn't even attempt to stop a ransomware virus from installing onto the user's PC), I've came across many phishing links and hidden-malware that Windows "built in protection" was nowhere to catching. But when I scanned with Mbam, I had about 3 hidden Adware PuPs (that generate ads) that Mbam caught.

. Now don't get me wrong, if you pair windows built in security and a weekly mbam scan, you may have an OKAY pair (Even though Avast is faster with catching malware/viruses in real time) . But in my personal opinion I'd prefer avast antivirus over windows security. But hey, that's just my two cents!
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