Well first of all, there is a mute button on 99% of all applications
showing a video.
If not i bet you can switch off your speakers or take off your
headphones any time : )
You really need to know what you are looking for, and i didn't see any
heads up when i pressed the download link or checked the news feed
(altho i usualy don't spend a great deal of time looking for that
info), but it would be nice with some clear info at the download page
telling the users that the new version can't be used.
Again, Thank you so much : )
On Jul 23, 6:36 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> DoXiD wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I'm really note sure if i'm the right place but i'll give it a shot,
> > so here we go.
> > I'm trying to connect to my SVN server (OpenBSD running a standard svn
> > daemon).
> > It all works ok to connect from well any given unix based PC using the
> > "built in" svn client.
> > However when i try to connect with TortoiseSVN on my windows box it
> > simply dosn't happen anything.
> > Firewall off,
> > No router, a clean way out,
> > No modifications to the OS (nearly, just some GUI),
> > Havn't touched the default settings.
> > And well here's what happens:http://airbird.myftp.org/svn.wmv
> > Would greatly apritiate any sort of help.. been stuck with this for
> > atleast a month now, even reinstalled my OS.
> A simple search on our mailing list archive would have given you enough
> Next time, just write down your information instead of creating a video
> with horrible music - and if you really have to create a video file,
> please, please: without music!
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Received on 2008-07-23 18:52:43 CEST