Thanks for posting the image of the list of proggies page.Please see caveats below.FilelistCreator:
I have been trying this out. Not bad...but, it occasionally hangs whilst "analysing" the files. Not sure what is happening. It might be just my installation(?), I suppose. But it can certainly produce some great filelists, and in different output formats too - e.g., including txt and html. I haven't thrown out FileGrab just yet though...Clipboard Saver:
Looks like it could potentially be quite good (though probably not up to CHS standard)...but, after you've gone through the settings to make it do what you want, how you want, it won't let you save and reload your settings until you pay a "donation". It is effectively crippled until you pay up. You can't even try this @#$*$
software out properly. Bushwhacked by ultra-annoying crippleware. There's no indication up front that you are letting yourself in for this.
So, I looked at the website and found discreetly hidden away at the bottom of a page a button marked Licence
. Click on that and you get pages of stuff, opening with: (my emphasis)
Stefan Trost Media offers the use of two categories of software through licensing. The categories are the free A-Software and the B-Software, for which licence fees must be paid. The following terms are the contractual basis of the use of the software of both categories between the parties in detail. Regarding to the B-Software an additional contract concerning the creation, the licences and the costs of the software has to be concluded. An exception is the B-Software ImageConverter Pro (BildKonverter Pro) and the B-Software TextConverter Pro (TextKonverter Pro). These two programs have no additional contract. With the first use of the software or in the case of A-Software in addition with passing on the software, this contract is concluded and the following contractual terms are accepted by the user.
This looks like it is bait and switch
, as Wikipedia puts it - here
Bait-and-switch is a form of fraud, most commonly used in retail sales but also applicable to other contexts. First, customers are "baited" by advertising for a product or service at a low price; second, the customers discover that the advertised good is not available and are "switched" to a costlier product.
What a pity (sigh). Of course, I immediately lost interest in this site.
I apologise for wasting anyone's time in being overly eager and making the opening post before exploring further. I'll try not to make that mistuk again.