Yep, I'm a member. Back when I had time to be bored I used to peruse the forums quite a bit to get ideas for apps to write about. It's a pretty awesome community here and I'm glad to see it's still going strong.
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WOW!We definitely have a good time doing it, but some days it can be quite tiresome.
sure sounds like what id love to do if i had the time n wasnt already planning to go to uni!-relequestual (January 20, 2008, 05:28 PM)
I paid $62.95 back in May to upgrade to a lifetime license. This after being a UE user for close to ten years.Hey, wait! I just looked up the prices you mentioned and they are indeed right. The funny thing is that you can purchase the application for $49.95, and then buy the lifetime license for $62.95 = $112.90! You can save about $12 by not purchasing the lifetime license upfront. That's kinda funny.
Looks like a straight lifetime license is $124.95.-mrainey (October 16, 2007, 01:05 PM)
No, the lifetime licence is available, but it looks like you can only get it as an upgrade (I'm really not sure though). I bought a standard licence and then switched to the lifetime one after I realised that a couple of upgrades would cost more than the lifetime licence!Ahhh, I just saw the upgrade option and assumed that they no longer offered the lifetime license. I think I'll be picking one of those up in a few days.-Darwin (October 16, 2007, 12:08 PM)
Thanks for this, Ryan. I already have a lifetime licence so will let others more needy than myself post on your thread. I love ultraedit and use it primarily as a more powerful text editor (ie don't code with it or write html).No problem, I didn't actually realize that they do lifetime licenses. Must have been a thing they did in the past?-Darwin (October 16, 2007, 11:43 AM)
Moar features! They've just post a mockup of the long awaited "Places" functionality in the Mozilla wiki. Here you have the boring details, for those who don't want to see the mockup , and here the actual mockup, for those wishing to skip the useless jabbering of the wiki (hey, if you're not a Firefox developer, you shouldn't be seeing this ). Looks pretty cool, although it strikes a strong resemblance of certain Microsoft application...Don't get me wrong...I love Mozilla. But part of their problem is that their interface mockup designer, Alex Faaborg, is overly talented and often gets people too excited about what may come in Firefox. In the end I don't think the stuff looks quite as good as what he initially designed.-Lashiec (September 12, 2007, 08:59 PM)
My favorite is PFrank (http://www3.telus.net/pfrank). With the regular expressions you just can do anything...ReNamer can do regular expressions as well.-yksyks (September 09, 2007, 08:08 AM)
Ryan over at Cybernetnews as been absolutely on fire lately, with tons of great posts coming out every days it seems -- I don't know how he's keeping up this pace but it's truly becoming a daily must-read.-mouser (September 09, 2007, 07:37 AM)
PS obviously, the Live Preview option significantly increases Reflex Vision's RAM usage, but only when you're actually invoking it. It's VM usage is pretty steady at about 22 MB.Yeah, the consistent polling of the windows is an intensive process in XP. Everytime there is a change in the contents Reflex has to redo the screenshot used to display it. Vista is different in that it manages your windows in a layered system where each window is assigned its own layer. This allows applications to efficiently grab the the current state of the window.-Darwin (September 05, 2007, 07:16 PM)
No real arguments from me, Dirhael. They seem to have made it more stable and I haven't encountered anything that it won't show, but ultimately I simply don't care that much about being able to view my open apps like this. The default alt-tab coupled with the taskbar is all that I need.That's how I was until I used the latest version of Switcher. I set it up to replace Alt-Tab, and it's nice because it shows wonderfully oversized previews of the windows. And thanks to the powerful keyboard shortcut editor I can make it behave exactly like Alt-Tab.-Darwin (September 05, 2007, 09:53 PM)