Since a few months, ZA is activated whenever a program comes with an Open File Dialog, warning that the program is trying to access the trusted zone. Denying the access seems to have no adverse effect on that programs behaviour.
This phenomenon is quite new. It may be due to an update of ZA, of WinXP, or just a setting on my computers. However, it is a nuisance, for I don't want to permanently grant access to all my programs, so every time I have to move the mousepointer to the corner of the screen to deny, before selecting a file. Nor is it possible to deny permanently, for I am developing software, and every compile is considered as a different application by ZA.
Does anyone have some good advice for me?