Thread: NSIS 3.0a1
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Old 21st November 2013, 14:16   #67
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Originally Posted by TrifonovS View Post
So here is simple script that shows a strange behavior of the inetc plug-in. It just tries to download SP3 for Windows XP from a predefined location. When Unicode is true, after execution, it doesn't download anything, but just exits and the returned value is shown in a message box. The return value is unreadable. But when Unicode is set to false, the downloading is started. At the end (or if it is interrupted) the returned value is readable as it is expected.
...and you are using the Unicode version of the plugin?

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