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Author Topic: Shell Tools.... Moonsoftware  (Read 3433 times)

Cuffy

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Shell Tools.... Moonsoftware
« on: April 04, 2008, 11:01:09 PM »
http://www.moonsoftw...e.com/shelltools.asp
Shell Tools is out. Moonsoftware has included a handful of their old utilities, including FileNote, in Shell Tools. Unfortunately they still didn't include the 64bit extensions so we didn't gain much except for the bundling. I'm going to load it up on the 32bit machines though.......... I love new toys!
I've used their utilities over the years and enjoyed them. When I discovered that FileNote wouldn't work on this 64bit version of XPPro I almost cried. Nod jumped in and saved me then others added improvements so we survived.
BigJim set out to discuss our plight with the guys at Moonsoftware when FileNote came up and he was advised that they were going to fix it. If there is anyone here with a little authority I'd suggest a little chit-chat with BigJim about getting results. I've heard of cases where when the desired results weren't obtained the "Big" disappeared. :-\
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Re: Shell Tools.... Moonsoftware
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2008, 02:17:01 PM »
I am disappointed that FontLoader doesn't support the "old" .FON files, they are not that rare, yet, are they? Nor does their Font Xplorer supports them, either! :(

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Re: Shell Tools.... Moonsoftware
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2008, 09:38:09 PM »
slightly off-topic: but if you open the Fonts folder via Explorer and drag-n-drop some TTF files, the fonts will be auto-registered. not sure if it works for FON files as well.