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EPIM seems to only do two levels of hierarchy.On a quick test, Android EPIM can do at least four levels of Tasks below he base level. I'm using a registered copy of PC-EPIM - don't know if that makes a difference. I don't remember paying for a copy on Android.-tomos (September 29, 2019, 06:08 PM)
Another wish probably not covered by WhenLast code: a decent cooking timer that allows you to save and recall named "scenarios," i.e. various times/titles for "put this veg on," "turn sausages," "put that veg on", "check pans," "Cooked!" etc., with a wide range of alarm sounds built in. I use Big Clock, PocketDoan and Ramen on the Palm - sometimes all together... I've seen plenty of Android timer apps, but none able to save a set of timers in a named group.-rjbull (March 08, 2015, 04:46 PM)rj, this sounds very close to an idea that dc member ewemoa and i have been talking about.. groups of sequenced timers..would love this idea.-mouser (March 08, 2015, 04:50 PM)-tomos (September 28, 2019, 12:56 PM)
TED Notepad ChangeLog
This listing describes all major changes between previous versions of TED Notepad. Minor changes that did not affect difference between major versions listed here are omitted.
Version 6.2.1 (Aug 22, 2019)
+ Added: Text Coloring.
+ Added: Grep, Filter lines by Pattern tool.
+ Added: Visually highlight Current Line.
+ Added: Length of the Current Selection shown in the Status bar.
+ Added: Visible newlines based on actual newlines.
+ Added: Visible Tabs.
* Optimized drawing long lines and lines containing surrogates, composite characters, clusters.
* Left margin no longer obscures text shifted to the left by horizontal scroll.
* Added hint to Replace All Abort dialog suggesting Extended Replace tool instead.
* Changed default value for File size warning setting to 10MiB.
- Fixed: Undoing all changes makes the document unmodified.
- Fixed: Unicode and non-unicode version no longer share the same config when storing strings.
- Fixed: Preventing one file operation to run within another one, e.g. auto-save while loading a document.
- Fixed: Including an empty file no longer changes current document's newlines.
- Fixed: Drag-and-drop editing and Right-click on a single-character selection no longer impossible.
- Fixed: Longer lines were not fully drawn with larger fonts due to limitations in Windows API.
- Fixed: Default font size, printing font size, and font sizing algorithms, better DPI aware-ness.
- Fixed: Line lengths are no longer jumping back and forth when selecting lines.
- Fixed: Resizing window height recalculates potentially changing size of the horizontal scrollbar.
- Fixed: Horizontal scrolling no longer recalculates horizontal scrollbar.
- Fixed: Printing leading line tabs with non-zero left page margin.
- Fixed: Replacing text unnecessarily redrawing following lines.
- Fixed: Tab size visual extent rendering.
- Fixed: Replace tool zero-length matching after non-zero-length matches.
- Fixed: Partial loading of files over 4GB large.
- Fixed: Partial UTF-8 BOM recognition.
Changes against version 6.1.1. (Dec 4, 2016)
The next The Bat! (version 9) will have a ribbon layout. Ribbons! Blergh.If that's compulsory, I doubt I'll "upgrade."-Tuxman (August 22, 2019, 04:08 AM)
It does include mouse clicks (shown as a circle) and the keystrokes are shown too, [...] I made a short screen capture and enclosed it for you so that you can see.Many thanks! Especially for taking the trouble to make the demonstration video. You are right, it's an outstandingly good deal for a lifetime license, and I bought one.-brahman (August 16, 2019, 08:08 PM)
[...] Paid file managers are (almost) always better than freeware file managers.So did I, in 1999 It was the first thing that made working with Windows almost semi-tolerable. I have licences for Ztree Win and XYplorere too, but TC is the one I practically live in when at the computer.
I [...] settled to the Total Commander-Tuxman (August 10, 2019, 03:39 PM)
Outlook has its own world (and maybe PIM clones like Essential PIM?)-Steven Avery (August 07, 2019, 06:28 AM)
I haven't noticed anyone post that the Altap Salamander file manager is now freeware - did I just miss the post?
Altap Salamander download pageDownload Altap Salamander 4.0 - Freeware
Altap Salamander (including all plugins) from version 4.0 becomes freeware for both commercial and non-commercial use. Users of older Salamander versions can upgrade to version 4.0 free of charge. Version 4.0 requires Windows 7 or newer. There are not other limitations compared to commercial version 3.08.-x16wda (August 09, 2019, 06:14 PM)
I was into FreeCommander until the 64 bit hurdle kind of messed up the evolution of it.-MilesAhead (August 10, 2019, 09:14 AM)
Double Commander is a free cross platform open source file manager with two panels side by side. It is inspired by Total Commander and features some new ideas.
Once I suggested that they might have an archive feature, where your pages could be kept on your disk, for those that vanish or become 404s.-Steven Avery (July 20, 2019, 07:23 AM)
Well, it only says it supports EXIF, IPTC and XMP, which as I understand it are all established standards. You could ask the author about adding Picasa - but he might not be interested in a proprietary program that's been abandoned. Speaking of which, Google at one point owned the Nik collection, and offered them free of cost. They're now owned by DxO, who are charging for them again, and at more than a casual impulse purchase price. Maybe Google should sell Picasa on to someone else, but really, the market for digital imaging software must be pretty saturatedQuickImageComment:QuickImageComment displays EXIF, IPTC, and XMP properties of digital images (e.g. JPEG and TIFF) and allows to edit them. [...]only seeing this now, looks very impressive
Doesn't seem to show Picasa's name tags.-rjbull (December 14, 2018, 05:38 PM)-tomos (May 28, 2019, 06:10 AM)