Prototype 73 Released!
Version "Prototype 73" changes:
+ Fixed "Failed!!! Check your username and password!" error
+ Added FORCE3 option
Prototype 67 Released
Please download the latest version. There have been lots of changes to Yahoo and versions since PR59 should work. If you are experiencing issues with a particular version, please check the changelog to find out where it has been fixed.
Re: excuse me?
Fifty and trirty is eighty that is an odd number and then forty three little birds out there and my fridge that makes that terrible noice! Voice?! What voice?!!
what was that? i'm sorry, i can't hear you.
PLEASE NOTE! PROTOTYPE 50.
A LOT OF NEW FEATURES HAS BEEN ADDED TO THIS RELEASE - PROTOTYPE 50.
THE CODE SHOULD BE GENERALLY STABLE BUT BE CAREFULL WHEN USING THE
NEW VERSION ON PRODUCTION SYSTEMS!
ALL THE STABLE RELEASES HAD AN ODD VERSION NUMBER SO FAR. THIS RELEASE
BEARS NUMBER 50, THIS IS AND EVEN NUMBER. LAST MAJOR RELEASE WAS
PROTOTYPE 43. EVEN NUMBER 50 MEANS LOTS OF CHANGES AND A LOT OF NEW
CODE. TREAT IS AS A LATE LATE PRE-RELEASE.
All users are recommended to download and use Prototype 41 or later as there is a minor bug in the older versions that may result in a loss of messages even if under a very specific and marginal circumstances. PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND USE Prototype 41 OR LATER!!!
Keep YoSucking! Cheers!
Please use the YoSucker Prototype 35 or later. The older versions contain a bug that may lead to the loss of messages under specific circumstances (YoSucker would not check for disk-full when flushing the write cash on the output file).
This software helped me when others failed. I changed from Yahoo! Mail to my own mail server and Yahoo! Mail Sucker helped me transfer all my messages.
It is recommended for all users to update to Prototype 29. Yahoo has recently changed its login procedure, so the older versions most likely no longer work. Enjoy!
Re: Nice stuff...
Heh, good point. But this not be aa major a problem as you make it out to be.
The easy around it would bt to popup a window with the graphic and let a real wet and mushy neural net figure it out. Of course this would mean that the script couldn't be run in the background, but if login cookies can be saved and used, even this could be fixed.
The harder way would be to incorporate OCR as suggested. Not a trivial task, but one that is fun and challenging enough that I think it would attract lots of bright hackers.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.