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javaman


Joined: 24 Jul 2017
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I looked around prior to asking this question but didn't see it mentioned anywhere. Is there a configuration to display the overall progress of a scan operation?

Thanks.
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GuitarBob


Joined: 09 Jul 2006
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There is no scan progress bar to let you see the overall scanning progress, but you can tick the a scanning option in the ClamWin general preferences-scanning options to show the % of progress for each file as it is being scanned.

Thanks for using ClamWin!

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javaman


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Bummer. Thanks for the speedy reply GB. Much appreciated.
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GuitarBob


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You are welcome! ClamWin badly needs an update--GUI and real-time scanning capability (including a cache for virus signatures).

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javaman


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Agreed, but I'm of the old school that believes beauty is as beauty does and Clamwin is quite remarkable in its efficiency of doing what it was designed to do. If a utility is great, I don't care if it only runs in DOS at the command line, but a gui is nice.

Off topic, I have two acoustic Takamine guitars, one classical, the other is acoustic with pickup, that I "practice" on. Oh, and a Washburn electric solid body I bought new decades ago for $125 (including amp and carry case). Have to say the action is quite remarkable. Unbelievable value. How 'bout you?
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GuitarBob


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Gear:
1962 Silvertone Electric--cheap Les Paul knock-off purchased new
1962 Sears amp--one 12 in speaker with reverb/tremlo, 2 channels but only 1 works
Takamine EG334 acoustic only--neck beats my fingers to death but has a nice sound
Raintree acoustic-electric--carbon fiber body/fiberglass neck (my favorite), doesn't need much tuning, impervious to humidity/temp
Hohner acoustic only (everyday use)--neck tends to warp a bit, but it's the most playable neck I've ever had.
Style (mostly acoustic): country/blues/rock, play a bit of slide

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javaman


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Thanks for that. I can't sing a lick so I gravitated to what I call Latin jazz and stuff like this...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFzoWmVTUUg
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uygHFzgKg_8

Heavy right hand work. Then I had chemo treatments that caused a tremor in my right hand. Now my instruments sit in my study mostly as furniture.

Rock on!
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GuitarBob


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Sorry about the hand. I had a problem in 2015 with the right hand that was mostly cured with cervical (neck) surgery and carpal tunnel surgery. Prior to that, I had a problem with the left hand in 2012 after shoulder cuff surgery. Both times I did my own rehab after therapists couldn't do much. Here's what I did:

Clicked ball point pen with affected hand. If you can't click, don't worry--just touch the clicker with thumb. Work up to 50 times. Try to push down after severl weeks.

AFter you get stronger, add this: hold a pen with a removable top in the affected hand and put top between hand/thumb and push top up to remove and down to replace top. If you can't remove, don't worry--just put pen between thumb and hand and then touch top with thumb. AFter several weeks, try to push up/down again.

Squeeze a very soft rubber ball. If you can't squeeze, try as much as you can. After you get some strength, move up to a bit harder ball.

When you get fairly strong, get 2 of those Chinese worry balls and manipulate them with the affected hand.

Do each exercise 50 times.

I hope this helps. By the way, U can contact me at rscrogg at gmail dot com.

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