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Skwire Empire / Re: Wishing for a blank line
« on: May 25, 2018, 05:23 PM »
geez yeah, sorry .. sChecklist by Skwire Empire

Skwire Empire / Wishing for a blank line
« on: May 25, 2018, 04:01 PM »
Would love to see the two following changes
1) A checkbox with no text next to it becomes a blank line
2) 3 checkbox options, blank, checkmark and filled. Could use filled checkbox as a section header.

I have used and loved this program for so many years and I encourage anyone reading this to DONATE .. we need to encourage J to write more creative programs like this and sWeather, sPlaylistMake, sLyrics, etc.

Screenshot Captor / Re: Version number anomaly
« on: August 14, 2010, 08:13 AM »
Thanks for the quick reply, but I must humbly disagree with you. First, the version that I just downloaded from your website is 2.83.02 if we go by what the installer says. The version on CNET and Softpedia is version 2.83.01. The executable they install is dated 8/5 whereas yours is 8/7. They appear to both be using an earlier build. (2.83.01 vs. your 2.83.02)

I have never known any programmer not to use the internal version number (FileVersion or ProductVersion) as the authoritative way to determine the version number of their program. I highly suggest you do in fact version stamp your executable. Secunia's PSI, CNETs TechTracker, and many other programs will then no longer have a "false positive".

Finally   .. let me be pretty clear to anyone who might be reading this that although I have a difference of opinion about how best version control may be done, ScreenshotCaptor is still IMHO the finest screenshot capturing program around!!

Screenshot Captor / Version number anomaly
« on: August 14, 2010, 07:47 AM »
There are major issues going on with the ScreenshotCaptor download and version. TechTracker tells me I have an out of date version, so I go check it and it is in fact reporting that the version I just downloaded and installed, which says it is version 2.83.01 on your website,  installs version on my pc. (the executable is dated 8/7/2010). So,  I just checked the version on CNET and the installer is the same size but does not binary compare to what is on the OFFICIAL website. And it installs a version that does not binary compare to the version I installed using YOUR installer.


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