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I'll see your $25 and raise you $5!

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General Software Discussion / Re: Opera 15 Preview
« on: May 29, 2013, 12:15 PM »
I am a long-time user of Opera, now using version 12.15.  To restore all the configuration options, tap the Opera button on the top left , under Open, and tick off "Show Menu Bar".

I tried the new Opera 15 Mail, but I prefer the integration of browsing and reading mail.

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Community Giveaways / Re: SteamGifts Giveaway: THQ Pack
« on: April 29, 2013, 11:58 AM »
This sounds good.  Please count me in.

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It looks good.

Do you have a version that will work on the Pandigital Novel?

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I purchased this, since it looked like a good buy.

Were you able to get an English version of Audio 180% deLuxe?  Mine is in German...

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I too, paid for a lifetime license, and since I had an earlier version, Rob kindly refunded me half the price.

But the key still hasn't arrived after 8 days.  I wonder if the automated key mailer is working properly.

Hope I get it soon!

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I tried Lightning PDF Professional, but it would not install without removing another PDF tool - maybe Expert PDF 6.

When I asked support if Lightning was an upgrade from Expert, they could not tell me.

I asked for a refund and was given another long distance number to call, and they asked for a lengthy response to a "Letter of Destruction for Avanquest Software".

Now I have to wait up to 30 days for a refund.

Just a warning...

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I tried Comodo Time Machine, but it seemed to slow down opening and shutting Windows 7, and when I rebooted after an apparent hang, I lost my registry, and had to restore to an earlier date with Acronis True Image Home 2010.

I think I should make better use of Acronis True Image...

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Powerpoint shrinker
« on: January 07, 2009, 03:10 PM »
I tried PPT Minimizer today, but got the ## error code, and it didn't register.

Maybe someone else has had better luck.


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Hi, Tinjaw.  Thanks for all you work in getting this for us.

I paid through DonationCredits/Paypal, but I see that Paypal deducted $1.08 from the $19.95,
leaving you with only $18.87.  I will send the balance as Donationcredits.

I will throw some more money into my DonationCredits and spread it around a little.

David.

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You can count me in for one.

David.

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I tried a registered Powerdesk Pro 6, and it crashed my XP installation.

No help from support yet...

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Does anyone remember DOS PIP?

You couldn't get along without it!

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edbro, I would like to be able to use macros in MS Word, but I haven't had much luck in replacing my DOS Wordstar macros, which allow me to search a database and merge based on user defined selections.  Maybe I need to learn VBA...

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I started off with the CP/M operating system, and used Wordstar, Supercalc, and dBase.  I upgraded to a PC clone, and copied these data files to my PC.  Through the years I upgraded these DOS based programs, and I continue to use them today.  I can't find better Windows programs which allow me to customize them to the same degree.  (But I need to use Microsoft and Lotus products so that I can talk to people who use them.)

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Check out Smart Pix Manager.  It costs $39.50 US.

I use it and like the way I can index my pictures on multiple names.

http://www.xequte.co.../smartpix/index.html

Smart Pix Manager is a powerful, but easy-to-use solution for the management and viewing of all common images, documents, sound (WMA, MP3, etc) and video files (AVI, MPEG, etc).  Quickly browse the folders of your computer, or search your files using keywords, descriptions and file content.  Click any file to view it immediately or display a sequence of images, sounds and videos as a slideshow.

 

Key Features
View over one hundred image, video, sound, Office, document and other formats
Quickly categorize and search your files by keyword, description and file content
Automatically generate keywords from sound and digital photo fields and file and folder names
Display Image and Multimedia Slideshows with transition effects (including random playback of all your MP3 music files)
Edit your photos with our powerful tools, including red-eye removal, lossless rotation and cropping
Rapidly convert, edit and rename your pictures with automatic batch processing
One-click retrieval of photos from digital cameras and scanners
Secure your critical files using encrypted storage and password protection
Create auto-playing Slideshow CD/DVD disks with full support for background music, captions and transition effects
Archive images to CD or DVD with thumbnail browsing and searching of offline disks
Automatically detect duplicate files on your computer
Search and share your files with other users over a network
Email photos with automatic resizing and conversion for faster sending
Print images at standard photo sizes (4x6", 5x7", etc), thumbnails or posters (up to ten feet high)
Create stylish image indexes for your web site with our wizard


Good luck, David.

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Thanks, Mouser. 
I am looking forward to learning and using MetaProducts Links Organizer.

Your efforts on our behalf are much appreciated.

David.

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Another free tool which works well is: RegScanner v1.40, available from http://www.nirsoft.net

David.

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I use PC Magazine's free Registry Detective, and it works well.

David.

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Hi, Mouser.  DonationCoder kepps on getting better and better.  Thanks.

I have noticed a reference to Slysoft AnyDVD, but I can't find any discount for it.  Is it available?

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A free program which I use is Outposted from Xequte Software,
available as http://www.dijialbum...ownload/outpostd.exe

They describe it as follows:

We all have a list of web sites that are important to us; sites for the software we use, news sites, blogs, etc.  While some of these sites change frequently, others remain static for weeks at a time.  Visiting all of these sites just to see what's new would take ages, so OutPosted does all of the work for you.  Give OutPosted a list of your favorite sites and whenever changes are detected the site is e-mailed to you.  Unlike similar software, OutPosted does not send a link to the site, or a lame "Notification of Change" message, but the actual web page, fully formatted, as an email message!             
  Usage and distribution is totally free. 

It works for me!

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