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Is it possible to remove or disable display of the Immunet entry from right-click context menus? I'm using the free version of Immunet and the right-click doesn't seem to do anything. :blink:

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Is it possible to remove or disable display of the Immunet entry from right-click context menus? I'm using the free version of Immunet and the right-click doesn't seem to do anything. :blink:

 

out of curiosity, are you using vista or win7 x64?

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Currently no, we should make a request for developers to have a button to activate or deactivate it.

 

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Is it possible to remove or disable display of the Immunet entry from right-click context menus? I'm using the free version of Immunet and the right-click doesn't seem to do anything. :blink:

 

No, not possible to disable, but I'm curious about it not working. When it's not working, are you clicking on a single file or an empty file? There is a bug where the scan will occur on small amounts of data before the UI catches it. That might be what you're seeing. Try right-clicking and scanning Program Files and see if it works.

--Millard

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well it happens to me as well sometime .

for example I scan a single file (text file about 9,40 KO) from context menu and first time it shows this

firstscan.th.jpg

then without closing the Immunet window scan I do a second context scan then it does the real scan

secondscan.th.jpg

I have W764bit with AMD proc.

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well it happens to me as well sometime .

for example I scan a single file (text file about 9,40 KO) from context menu and first time it shows this

firstscan.th.jpg

then without closing the Immunet window scan I do a second context scan then it does the real scan

secondscan.th.jpg

I have W764bit with AMD proc.

 

That makes sense because the UI already up the second time so it can catch the messages.

--Millard

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