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Old 08-26-2012, 05:54 AM   #604
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New version of progress bar patch

This new version can switch between the display styles while reading a book:

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Download and more information here.

This should cover most of the previous comments. I know it's not ideal, but it's the best I could come up with, and I hope that you like it nevertheless.

By the way: this patch was originally developed because the person who requested it also supported JBPatch by donating.
Spoiler:

Yes, it's true. The donor simply asked for it in the message associated with the donation.

To clarify: this is not to say that I've suddenly turned into a greedy asshole who only develops patches if they are likely to bring some cash - rather, it simply means that I'm more likely to spend effort on requests coming from people that I appreciate.

Note that "appreciation" does not necessarily equal $$$. There are quite a few folks around here from whom I wouldn't even dare to ask for a donation, because of the incredible work that they are doing. But of course, I realize that not everybody can be active on the "development front". And in that case, a small donation makes the big difference between being a bystander and being a supporter.

Last edited by ixtab; 08-26-2012 at 02:15 PM.
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