Of course, this mismatching could be avoided if the user manually updated all subscriptions, but that's not expected behavior: It should only be done to debug issues with a subscription that have just been fixed, not as a regular matter of course, using the authors' bandwidth more often than they ask.
I actually support this idea, but I just wanted to point out there are minor downsides: a minor extra hiccup whenever subscriptions are updated, and a few extra MB to cache the pre-optimized copies of filter [email protected]: Ok, now I get it, but the solution for that is actually very simple: instead of deleting the redundant filters, just move them to a new (local) 'redundancies' list.
If you cannot download a new copy of the Zip file, obtain a replacement disk, or use a backup copy, you may still be able to recover some of your files, and even save portions of the files that are damaged in the Zip file. Win Zip will extract any undamaged files to the target folder.
In some cases, a partial file is of no use at all; in some cases, loading a partial file into your application program and re-saving it will completely restore the data.
In other (perhaps most) cases, the result will lie somewhere between these two extremes--some of the data will be recovered, and some will be lost.
Before clicking OK in the error message, open the target folder and look for the file; some portion of it will probably already have been extracted.
You can copy the partially extracted file to another folder and then click OK in the Win Zip error dialog.
For example, use your backup copy of the file or get a new copy from the original source.
If you obtained the Zip file by downloading it, then downloading it again will almost always solve the problem.If these two CRC values do not match, the file that was extracted does not match the original file, and Win Zip will display a CRC Error message.When the data in a Zip file is damaged, it may not be possible to extract all of the files from the Zip file correctly.Another somewhat related suggestion I'd like to forward, which would also require changes to lists' structure, regards comments in filter lists: as you know, currently, these comments are added as a new line above filters, so unless you open the actual file, you'll never even know they're there, and then you still won't really know exactly which filters they apply to - next 1, 2, 10, 20 filters?My suggestion is to put comments One good idea might be to add a comment specifier (or re-use ! IOException: Data error (cyclic redundancy check) at File Input Stream.read(File Input Stream.java:246) at