The Hackey PYE Project will not start, instead the original Windows version will just stop support, fading out. The plans are to fully stop supporting HackeyBlock around end 2020. This may happen earlier or later. I am sorry to say this, but the HackeyBlock project seems to be too hard to maintain. After the EOS (end of support) of HackeyBlock, other projects like FNew, Neveroffline and MuZikDL will have more time to be developed further. The HARR project will continue, but will only be updated to fix error reports.
Today, 26/6/19, I have published a page that enables people to contribute their modified blocking lists to Hackey, these list will get their own menu enabling to let users decide from the ‘optional-lists’, this does not mean that my lists are not optional, it’s just that the user contributed lists will only be an extension […]
in my previous post: https://stories0810.wordpress.com/2019/05/31/hackey-adblock-doesnt-need-python-to-be-installed-on-your-computer-anymore/ I stated that Hackey’s implementation was not yet fully compatible with 64 bit systems. I now wrote some code that should fix this, it selects one of the SFXs (either python64bit-sfx.7z.exe or python-sfx.7z.exe.) and with that Hackey does not need any installed-software besides itself anymore! This is something I struggled […]
I disabled Internet Explorer on my computer (if you want to know how, [Control Center > Programs > Disable or enable programs], I don’t know, I just typed what I thought it was… but install Firefox before uninstalling IE!) and after that, links in Hackey don’t work no more, so you can’t click on the […]
If this occurs with the 7-zipped versions, choose the workaround below or unpack the 7-Zip file to a folder (for example downloads or desktop) and open the setup from there. If this does not work, report it to me. This problem seems to be solved since the installers became 7-zipped. it remains online for reference […]