Archive for the ‘TICK’ Category

I Have Enabled The Intelligent Last Updated Option In Web Notification But It Does Not Seem To Be Doing Anything?

04/08/2002
The Intelligent Last Updated option allows you to take better advantage of sites which return last updated header information. In TICK prior to v0.50 the size of the web page is calculated each time to see if an update has been carried out. With the Intelligent Last Updated option enabled if the site does not contain frames the last updated date header only will be used to calculate if a page has been updated and the page will not be downloaded to check the size. This means checking for updates [...]
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When Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Is Installed Tick Does Not Operate As Expected?

04/08/2002
TICK does not support Internet Connection Sharing (ICS). There are no future plans to add ICS support. You may find TICK will function to some degree on the 'server' - i.e. the machine making the dial up networking [...]
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Can I Carry Out Enhanced Log File Analysis Within Spreadsheets, Databases and Direct Access?

04/08/2002
If you wish to carry out analysis on your call log that TICK does not directly provide specific support you have two options available. TICK allows you to export the call log as a comma separate file. This function is available by right clicking on a call log entry, selecting export followed by detail. You will be prompted to enter the location and filename of the file you wish TICK to create containing your call log. This file can then be imported into the most popular spreadsheets and [...]
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The Auto Disconnect After Idle Feature Incorrectly Activates (Or Does Not Activate) Even Though I Am Actively (Or Not Actively) Using The Internet Connection?

04/08/2002
Both Windows and your Internet Service Provider can be actively transferring small amounts of data even if you are not actively using your connection. This information could include notifications of new e-mail, general protocol data to keep your connection functioning or updates to the system time, the list is endless. TICK attempts to adjust for some of this information and under certain circumstances this may cause any of the auto disconnect features to malfunction. Symptoms include either [...]
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Not Enough Decimal Places Are Being Used?

04/08/2002
Generally, TICK carries out all its calculations using at least seven or eight decimal places if entered even if less are displayed. If TICK is not displaying enough decimal places (they are set to your Windows default values automatically) they can be changed in the Options - Display - Decimal Places options [...]
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