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awesome! Thanks for the link!

oh, and let me know if you ever make a 7z version!

Kris

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Also, if you could have an "undo" program. SO that it will unzip all the zipped files in a master folder and delete the zip file. If I had to chose, though, I'd rather have the .7z support.

Hmmm...wouldn't that be the responsibility of your chosen compression program?  Most of the compression suites I've tried have that capability in their right-click menu.  For WinRAR, it's called "Extract here..." in the right-click menu and, for IZarc, it's called "Extract to..."  Each of these options pop up a dialog allowing you to choose where to extract all selected files.




yes, I know they can do that, but I have a Folder and file structure I zipped with spinzip with thousands of files and folders, it would take forever to go to each folder and extract all of the zips!

I was looking for a way to put in a master folder and have the program unzip all found zips(in a large maze of folders) and delete the zips afterward.

thanks!

Kris

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Hello skywire, awesome program!!! One of my favorites, it did most of what I wanted!

I was wondering if you could make a version and add .7z support? Like have an option between .zip and .7z.
Also, if you could have an "undo" program. SO that it will unzip all the zipped files in a master folder and delete the zip file. If I had to chose, though, I'd rather have the .7z support.

again, thanks for the great program!

Kris - DrLucky

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