Only "complaint" I have so far is the update process. I don't like I have to download a new executable and move it to the directory I want it in every time there is an update. Ideally you could update it from within the manager. It tells you there is an update, ask you if you want to install and if you say it will download it to the same directory, restart and replace the old one. Similar to how JDownloader 2 does it for example.
There is currently no plans to create a resizable GUI. The GUI was created on a 4K screen and is 1328x845 which is 35% of a 4K screen in width and 40% in height.
We may look at this in the future. There are a lot of variables in play with doing this. Multiple archive extraction tools, multiple ways of naming the trainers, AVs balking at the automated download and extraction of an already likely flagged false positive .exe file, etc. If the TM were an all inclusive app where it was required to run the trainers and simply held the "code" of each trainer, that's one thing, but having the trainers all be independent of the TM, personalized to each user and the TM be an optional component is something completely different.
Also to add it wont let me close the manager with the X, I am forced to shut it down via Task Manager.
I have now tried running it with full Admin access and with A/V ignoring it. Still refreshing my list constantly and wont let me close with the X. I have also tried it with out the A/V Running to. Still no change.
Restarted my A/V and the Trainer Manager is no longer refreshing the list and allows me to shut it down properly.
[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 6/25/2017 7:22:27 AM]
All the trainers I had renamed are now back to the default download title.
I'll have Caliber look at it and see if there is any way to restore those changes in the new version.
1. Trainer Manager Autoupdate option
2. Since the trainers come in ZIP packages, could you add an "extract trainer to directory" option alongside the "copy" one?
Keep up the amazing work!
We've looked into having the trainers auto-extract, but it's a complex issue. There are a ton of different extraction tools including WinZip, 7-Zip, WinRAR, Windows built in zip function, etc and we would have to generate scripts for all of these after detecting which one the user has installed. We then have to determine if the user renamed the previous trainer or made any other changes so that we overwrite the previous trainer instead of creating a duplicate entry. We then have to deal with security products balking at the TM trying to download and automatically drop an already suspicious trainer .exe onto the HD. So, as you can see it's a difficult task even though it seems simple. We tried to make the TM as customizable as possible without going so far as to make it like Steam, GOG Galaxy or other All-in-One cheat apps that are REQUIRED to even use the games or trainers. We want the TM to be a completely OPTIONAL application for the end user.
We definitely appreciate your feedback and trust me, we are looking into these types of things as we want to make the TM as friendly and useful as possible, but our trainers still have to be completely independent applications both due to the authentication process and also not forcing the user to download an all-in-one tool to manage those files.
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