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i would prefer to do a prorgram targeted approach... and wrap around the MessageBox* function so the messagebox would never appear at all, and all required would be a change from user32.dll to userMy.dll where userMy.dll i would forward all functions to user32.dll minus the MessageBox ones...
altough its also possible to do by injecting a dll on the process and detouring... and even possible with a global hooking for dialog creation (using the MessageBox template), dont know programs for that
as usually i do more targeted than generic approaches... but imo its very easy to do
Also have ADSL2+ (I guess it's kind of ok but getting a bit behind the time, thanks Australia!)
I thought the NBN fixed all of that?
Oh well, there's always Telstra, sure, decades behind the rest of the world and primarily responsible for sabotaging any progress (NBN a case in point albeit with help from a few successive Labor govt's that for some reason the people thought were good.)
but they get there, ... sort of, ... well maybe eventually, ... in dreams.
(chin up, "Advance Australia Fair" and all that. Beautiful country, shame about the people.)
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