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Mawerick Dec 26th, 2009 00:23:32

[Tool] GUISelect
GUISelect is a third-party tool that was made with the intent to help players of Anarchy Online change their GUI quickly and easily.

Current Version: 1.2.0

Requires .Net 2.0 or Mono

scenenheard Dec 28th, 2009 19:31:20

You may have saved FC of some patching headaches with this

Iriche Jan 3rd, 2010 13:54:50

Not working in windows 7

Just crashes at start, not responding

Mawerick Jan 6th, 2010 13:34:49

Buy me a comp with Win7 on so I can fix that :D

Mawerick Jan 21st, 2010 12:44:15

GUISelect 1.1.0 released.
Changes in 1.1.0:

* Settings and logs are no longer written to the application's folder, but rather the user's Application Data folder. This should hopefully fix the issue Win7 and Vista user have been having.

Iriche Jan 21st, 2010 20:16:13

Sorry to say it, but still instacrash :(

Don't have VS installed niether so I can debug

Graftmage Jan 21st, 2010 20:33:01


Originally Posted by Iiiiriicheee (Post 5711741)
Sorry to say it, but still instacrash :(

Don't have VS installed niether so I can debug

No crash here, tried from source and binary.

Iriche Jan 21st, 2010 21:42:30


Originally Posted by Graftmage (Post 5711753)
No crash here, tried from source and binary.

I remember some bug with some other program a while back with wrong location, I mean localisation settings with date etc.

Mawerick Jan 25th, 2010 15:30:45

Try the latest version (1.1.1). All localization has been removed in this.

Mawerick Jun 1st, 2011 09:38:43

Changes in 1.2.0:
* The Save button no longer closes the program, but instead disables itself when clicked. It's re-enabled when you select another GUI from the list.
* The "Also Set Skin file" option has been disabled.

Xyphos Jun 1st, 2011 18:14:03

I haven't really looked at it, but I'm going to assume that the Win7 crash is UAC related;
The application might be getting a file permission denied error,
depending on where the user has the application extracted/ran from.

to remedy such a problem, it is wise to use the application data folder.


// C#
public static class SafeIO
  public static System.String AppData(System.String dataFile)
    return System.String.Format("{0}\\{1}\\{2}\\{3}",

//Example use:

string path = SafeIO.AppData("MyData.dat");

byte[] data = System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(path);

on a Vista/7 system, the above would return
C:\Users\{user name}\Application Data\{company}\{product}\MyData.dat

in my case,
C:\Users\Xyphos\Application Data\Xyphos Software\TestApp\MyData.dat clue how that would work in WinXP; but I'm sure you could tell me ;)

Mawerick Jun 2nd, 2011 01:35:03

1.2.0 does in fact store its files in that location. :)

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