Last edited by borkra; 10 Jun 2012 at 5:19 AM.
Out of curiosity, I clicked the link and I was successful in downloading the file... sounds to me like your plugin is working and it's something else, as suggested.
Last edited by borkra; 10 Jun 2012 at 1:35 PM.
I can include some default settings/localizations into skeleton profile and let new users have their pie cooked, but if they don't like it's taste, they are free to delete/move/change anything.
What you propose is a bit more work than what we're discussing here.It would however, make sense to keep the files where they are (in the program folder), not just for backwards compatibility, but also for not having the same language file in each user directory. That would be wasteful.
It'll require to create multi-lingual support for interface first.
Right now, Miranda doesn't support anything like that, it's a single language, either external or embedded, if external file is failed to be found, and you don't have ability to revert to embedded language, if external language file is present.
What you call wasteful, I call a fair trade between usability, portability and implementation cost.
Even if it's not backward compatible, - users can fix that by themselves, which does not require administrative rights.