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Re: You are trying to use a renamed indicator - Firefox renaming files

#11
marwilli wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 8:35 pm
ionone wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 8:04 pm
I think Mladen and MrTools, Jimmy, etc should share the codes of all their indis. I know people pirate them, rename them and sell them, but that's the ransom of glory
if you publish a book, people are gonna scan it, and resell it. Does it means you don't have to share your knowledge ?
I try to open my codes as much as possible, I feel honored people learning from me. Because what if Mladen or MrTools stop updating their indis, or pass away (god forbid), and there is a MT4 update ...then what ? we're screwed.
I try not using indis without code as much as possible
ionone
you discuss whether it makes sense or is comfortable to publish ex4 or mq4. But that's not the point here.
due to an error in the firefox some downloads are incorrect. spaces are shortened for example.

I think to avoid this error a programmer can simply assign file names without spaces but that is the decision of the creator.

I am not a programmer, but I know that rename protection is also possible without additional spaces in the file name.
this would work around the download problem.

But as I said before, this is always a decision of the programmer
Why would a name like "vhfAdaptiveSuperSmoothedAverage" be more logical than "VHF adaptive super smoothed average"?
Why should coders do as some browser "dictates" (or as some forum "dictates" - just see what happens to attachments at MQL forum)?

Sorry, your argument does not make sense.
We should not change ourselves to the weakest points (if that was the case, then we should still be doing stuff as if we are all using IE 3.0) or to adjust ourselves to some bugs but we should try to be as "human friendly" as possible


Re: You are trying to use a renamed indicator - Firefox renaming files

#12
mladen wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 1:03 am

Why would a name like "vhfAdaptiveSuperSmoothedAverage" be more logical than "VHF adaptive super smoothed average"?
Why should coders do as some browser "dictates" (or as some forum "dictates" - just see what happens to attachments at MQL forum)?

Sorry, your argument does not make sense.
We should not change ourselves to the weakest points (if that was the case, then we should still be doing stuff as if we are all using IE 3.0) or to adjust ourselves to some bugs but we should try to be as "human friendly" as possible
welcome back mladen.
we missed you.
🤗

Re: You are trying to use a renamed indicator - Firefox renaming files

#13
mladen wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 1:03 am
Sorry, your argument does not make sense.
We should not change ourselves to the weakest points (if that was the case, then we should still be doing stuff as if we are all using IE 3.0) or to adjust ourselves to some bugs but we should try to be as "human friendly" as possible
It's all fairly straightforward and simple:
a) the author has the absolute right over her/his product
b) altruism stops when exploitation and fraud takes hold

P.S.:
Why should anyone care what Mladen looks like? (see different thread)
Why should he share his mq4-files if he knows that a small percentage of people are thieves and trick other people into buying his products from them?
Why don't all the people who want him to share his mq4-files code indies themselves and share those indies and their code? (some of those same people don't even "share" their individual "setups").

Mladen and others offered us gifts without asking anything for it -
on what logical or ethical grounds do some people ask for more?


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