Wi-Fi Spoof Rules are not activating
@sweetp Still not working, but I found something for you to make check...
I removed "Open WiFiSpoof at Login", rebooted, started it manually, it works.
If I set it to start at login, it fails... so maybe it has something to do with the program starting before the helper or something?
So not know how I came with the Idea, but that seems to be something related.
Manual start: Works
Auto LoginStart: Does not work.
Hope this helps.
thats interesting. I can't reproduce that...
ill try again in the morning, and see if theres something I missed
@rickrobles do you have more than 1 copy of Wifispoof on your computer? Perhaps Auto Start is launching an older version…
@sweetp No, just the one that got installed when I purchased it.
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@rickrobles can you let me know if this version works for you:
@sweetp Thanks!... I'll give it a run today, since I have to go in the afternoon to the place where I love for the app to work... so give me today, please.
@sweetp Well.. this has been working flawlessly all day today. I'm not going to the place where I wanted it to work since the class will be online, but this Thursday it'll be there.
What was it? (I'm curious, if an explanation is given, give it to me for people that do not know how to program)
Thanks for the support! And have an excellent night!
@rickrobles thats great! Ill release it officially now.
The problem was my startup flow. just as you suspected. I was checking license status a little too early. And after a restart I guess everything takes a little longer to initialise, so when it came time to check the licensed status - it would fail. Which led to rules being deactivated.
thanks for your help
@yazilim this took a lot longer than it should of.... but it is now finally fixed in v3.6.4 which is available in my store for updating now. Apple Store version will be available after review
apologies for the long delay,
I just couldn't recreate the bug myself, then forgot about it, till just recently
@sweetp "Apologies for the long delay"? You're kidding me... you answered me daily, some times two or three times a day Rusell (I just saw tour name, so, no, I am sorry for not using it).
You're one of the most awesome support guy I've ever dealt with. I'm just glad that, if somehow, I helped you remember and fix this.
Thank you a lot for this.