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There really is no good alternative to this program that I've found anyway.-Midnight Rambler (April 28, 2018, 11:18 AM)
HashPass-rjbull (May 02, 2018, 04:08 PM)
The last two have the same link. Was that intentional or was one missed?-wraith808 (May 02, 2018, 06:12 PM)
Thanks! Though I'd rather it were a one-step process, like (I think) it used to be.BTW, when replying using either Quick-Reply or Quote, neither appears to offer a means of attaching an image (or other file). I had to use Reply, which doesn't include quotes. Is that by design?You can use Quote first, then click Preview to further edit your reply and add attachments as desired.-rjbull (April 09, 2018, 03:15 PM)-Ath (April 09, 2018, 03:28 PM)
And thanks for the bit about treeline... I hadn't heard of that.I dabbled with a very old version, years ago, and suggested it here because it seems to have the fields that @c-sanchez wanted (see the screenshots). It's a strange beast, hard to uninstall without using something like Revo, but it's multi-platform and now apparently portable.-wraith808 (April 08, 2018, 03:57 PM)
kalos-kalos (March 28, 2018, 12:48 PM)
For technology available in the UK, you could do worse than visit Expert Reviews - The latest technology reviewed by experts. This web site is owned by Dennis Publishing, who also own the UK magazines Computer Shopper, Computeractive, PC Pro, and Web User. The web site appears to offer all the reviews that were published in the paper magazines. You have to wade through lots of adverts, but there's no other cost.As for its screen, sound quality, signal, robustness? I think that would matter most for me.-kalos (March 28, 2018, 10:14 AM)
it's easy enough to find reviews of almost any phone on youtube or wherever-tomos (March 28, 2018, 12:30 PM)
I know, but it may be hard to distinguish the trusted ones from ads. But I will have a good read.-kalos (March 28, 2018, 12:48 PM)
I think is better if is possible make a database for accounts, password, phones, and so with just one db file.I'm not sure if it is exactly what you want, but the closest-appearing thing I know of is TreeLine:
Indeed I've send a message to MemPad developer requesting for this (make some option to save notes in tables)
Like this: https://s6.postimg.o...horizontal_list2.png-c-sanchez (April 06, 2018, 12:53 AM)
Some would call TreeLine an Outliner, others would call it a PIM. Basically, it just stores almost any kind of information. A tree structure makes it easy to keep things organized. And each node in the tree can contain several fields, forming a mini-database. The output format for each node can be defined, and the output can be shown on the screen, printed, or exported to html.
Kirby Alarm is a great program - I still it use it on (sigh) Vista Home Premium. But Kirby Alarm is somewhere around the same age. Its last update was April 13, 2008. Well, if it ain't broke don't fix it!Ehm, the Kirby Software site is alive and kicking, and they officially support sending e-mail. Have you tried getting support there?Hi, Yes ,I have emailed them, I just thought id try here also, as awaiting reply from 'Kirby'-Ath (February 23, 2018, 12:52 PM)
Screenshot Captor is a complete screen capture tool with multi-monitor support. It can capture the screen or part of it using a number of methods. You can also use it to annotate and edit he captures screenshots easily.
Text Aid Kit:
provides basic search and replace (grep) functions;
search and replace text in small, plain text ANSI files;
supports regular expressions.
in addition to Text Aid Kit's functions:
search and replace text in Microsoft Office documents;
collect text from multiple files.
surpasses the junior editions in every aspect:
search and replace in UTF-8/Unicode, MS Office files;
process files directly on an FTP server;
has a built-in text editor;
multilingual user interface;
supports scripting and automation via COM: new ActiveXObject("TextWorkbench.Application");
handles files of up to 263 bytes (8 exabytes).
New Max length of long file names?With a file name that long, who needs file contents?xplorer² now supports path with lengths of up to 32768 letters. That should cover the most verbose file organization cabinet!-IainB (March 13, 2017, 01:25 PM)
Aliette de Bodard's trilogyAliette de Bodard is one of the panellists in the 2017-03-13 edition of:-iphigenie (September 10, 2012, 02:16 AM)
BBC Radio 4 - Beyond Belief, Science FictionPodcast available from the web site above.
Science fiction has perhaps been unfairly dismissed by many critics and academics; seen by some as a niche genre, not befitting the elite group of literary works deemed to be 'high art'. While some examples ofscience fiction could be criticised for perpetuating fantasy clichés, others undoubtedly explore the biggest questions of life. Fans argue that the Sci-Fi universe allows the audience to suspend their disbelief about what is conventional, and opens up a space to explore philosophical, ethical and religious ideas in a relatable, absorbing and entertaining way. So how has religion been explored in the most influential works of science fiction? And what does science fiction have to tell us about faith and religion?
Robert Beckford discusses the role of religion in science fiction with Aliette de Bodard, a writer with an interest in the interplay between science fiction and religion; Roz Kaveney, a writer, poet and critic; and Dr Sarah Dillon, author and Cambridge academic who explores science fiction in literature and film.
Notetab - no macro as far as I can see.I should have been clearer. It doesn't have "watch my fingers, record and repeat" macros. Instead it has a macro programming language, what they call a clipbook. That is, you have to write code. In the attached screenshot, the tabs along the bottom of the editing window are some of the different clipbooks Notetab Light ships with. The narrow pane at the left is the contents of the selected clipbook. Toggle that pane on/off with F4.-dcwul62 (January 25, 2017, 08:10 AM)
After installation, looking around for macro features, then closing and relaunching, the trial period is over and one is sent to the Purchase website. ha!I wouldn't have expected that. Still, save yourself some money and try out the Light version. You can download it here. I used it for the screenshot to show it has the clipbook system, though I'm told its engine works a bit differently than Notetab Pro. Apart from the Help file, the best place to get help on the Notetab editors is the three Yahoo! Groups for beginners, clips, and scripts, of which clips is by far the most popular.-dcwul62 (January 25, 2017, 08:10 AM)