I believe the only way to do this at the moment is to use a custom Messenger Plus skin along
with the beta version of Messenger Plus Live.
To do so, install Plus beta from here: http://mirror3.msgpluslive.net/MsgPlusLive-479.exe
Then install the skin by downloading and running the file here:: http://www.msgpluslive.net/skins/view/124-Sopair
When the Import Skin window appears, unselect 'Enable this skin after import' and choose the
Import button. Now open the main Messenger window contact list, press the Alt key on the
keyboard to bring up the menu bar, choose the Plus! menu, and then Preferences & Options.
Choose the Customize tab, then the Skins option on the side. Click the checkbox next to
Sopair 2.0.0 and then choose Skin's Options. If you want everything to be virtually the same
as before, unselect all options and choose 'New Messenger Style' under the Chat Windows
Layout. Finally, choose the 'Hide information bar' option, as that's the key to what you're
doing. Then click OK, and OK again. You'll be prompted to restart Messenger, do so.
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"fs_fan" <diogo_ferrosantos'at'hotmail.com> wrote in message
> On WLMessenger 9 beta, each time a contact sends me a link, a yellow alert bar will appear
> saying my computer may become at risk if I click the link.
> I know about the dangers of links and that message is quite annoying, as it will stay there
> until I close the conversation window.
> Is there anyway to disable this message?
> Thanks in advance!