Page MenuHome GnuPG

Animedude5555 (Animedude Johnson)
User

Projects

User does not belong to any projects.

Today

  • Clear sailing ahead.

Tomorrow

  • Clear sailing ahead.

Sunday

  • Clear sailing ahead.

User Details

User Since
Mar 27 2017, 4:48 PM (281 w, 4 d)
Availability
Available

Recent Activity

May 22 2015

Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

May 22 2015, 11:29 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

May 22 2015, 11:29 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

Well, here's my fix. Using this neat little program I downloaded called
Resource Hacker, I edited the buttons on the dialog box so that they would
be big enough to display the messages needed. Realizing that pinentry.exe
and pinentry-w32.exe were identical files (checking them in a hex editor
with file comparison function showed them to be exactly the same), I just
copied my edited version of pinentry.exe and renamed the copy as
pinentry-w32.exe. I have put both of them in a zip file called
pinentry.zip, and have attached this zip file to this email. Feel free to
distribute this on the official GPG4Win website. Note that the file name of
the attachment is "piz" not "zip", so before you extract its contents (for
use, or posting on your website) you will need to rename it from "piz" back
to "zip". I had to rename it from "zip" to "piz" because otherwise Gmail's
mail server scans inside the zip file and then for blocks it because it
detects exe files (and exe files are a format that can potentially harbor
malware). Even though this has no malware (as you can see by scanning it
with a virus scanner), Google's mail server takes extra precautions by
refusing to allow sending of executable files or even archive files that
contain executable files.

May 22 2015, 11:29 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

May 22 2015, 11:04 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 reopened T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes as "Open".
May 22 2015, 11:04 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

As far as I know, GPG4Win is a compiling/linking of GPG to be Windows
compatible, which means that the code was already altered to work with
Windows. Therefore native Windows code is already in use in the GPG4Win
variant of GPG. Therefore it should work correctly in every respect in
Windows (including correctly sized buttons).

May 22 2015, 11:04 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

Even so, this is a bug. As such, it should be fixed.

May 22 2015, 6:56 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

May 22 2015, 6:56 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug

May 20 2015

Animedude5555 added a comment to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.

May 20 2015, 1:20 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 added projects to T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes: gpg4win, Bug Report.
May 20 2015, 1:20 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug
Animedude5555 set Version to 2.2.4 on T1991: pinentry-w32 needs to adjust button sizes.
May 20 2015, 1:20 AM · pinentry, Feature Request, Won't Fix, Not A Bug