« on: February 20, 2020, 07:06 AM »
^ thanks mouser. I obviously need to get to know CHS better
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1,2,4-9 and A are all image files copied from dopus, shown below (21=1, etc)can anyone comment about images: am I misunderstanding how that works? Can I not simply copy an image file?-tomos (February 19, 2020, 08:05 PM)
Ok, so what you are saying is you copied something multiple times, and CHS is not figuring out that the clips are identical and should be regarded as duplicates?not currently a problem for me (and probably wont be in the future), but for reference, here I compare two blobs -- more different than I thought...
I noticed this happening in firefox too, but as you point out, the hashes were different, so I'm guessing that their is something in the blob data that is NOT identical, like perhaps a timestamp.
The solution to this is:
1. Live with it and don't worry about having duplicate clips in such a case since it won't happen too often.
2. Wait for rules that would let you ignore blob items irrelevant to the content, which could solve your problem if the timestamp (or whatever) is not the main vector content.
3. I may add display of hash values for the individual format chunks in a blob so you could ID which one is changing..-mouser (February 19, 2020, 08:54 PM)
The vector clips from Freehand shown here are identical:FWIW the blob info has different hash numbers-tomos (February 19, 2020, 08:05 PM)
Can you give me some screenshots to show me what you are talking about regarding #1 and #2?I only have the ancient Freehand9 on this machine (but presume that that is not actually relevant). The vector clips from Freehand shown here are identical:-mouser (February 19, 2020, 07:25 PM)
Cranioscopical and others seem to be asleep at the switch.. So I guess it's up to me now-mouser (February 14, 2020, 12:32 PM)
Restarting Explorer is a workaround. And a work-around is by definition not a solution. Only when you feel generous, you could consider it a part of the solution.Yes, fair point-Shades (February 08, 2020, 07:38 PM)
maybe you should have an official relaunch at that stage with only one name allowed ;-)That said, I do want to point out one glaring problem I see for CH+S, and that is that it seems to be an utterly unknown quantity in the clipboard management field. Not a single google search result for "clipboard managers" I ran (typically filtered to a year or less) mentioned CH+S. Clearly a lot of reviewers are missing one of the biggest diamonds out there.
I'm convinced that a substantial reason for this is my horrible choice of naming the program.. The "Spell" part of the name is enough to turn people off, thinking it's not a general purpose tool.
I will try to get alternate format clip data added soon. It's time. It will be an option of course.-mouser (January 30, 2020, 04:31 AM)
Went for Win+Alt+space.that's a good combination, all keys beside each other -- I also had a problem with alt+space as it's used in some graphics programmes in combination with ctrl for zooming.
All keys are near each other and does not require much hand movement.-anandcoral (January 23, 2020, 01:12 PM)
Have you enabled automatic screen rotation (or whatever its called) on your device - i.e., when you turn your phone/tablet from vertical (portrait) format to horizontal (landscape) format, it turns the text to match? If you do, you'd see X-plore present itself in the usual Norton Commander-style two-pane clarity.no, I didnt know that -- I usually use portrait and didnt think on this occasion to rotate. Thanks for the tips rj-rjbull (January 22, 2020, 11:41 AM)
there are a lot of nice old vinyl rips out there of things not readily available on modern formats. i wonder if those are safe to download.FWIW vinyl rips are often the best quality music videos on youtube. I have downloaded vinyl rips of The Smiths (not from YT, but linked from there) -- presumably illegal to do (not only) cause the music still available to purchase... Yeah, safety is another issue....-superboyac (January 21, 2020, 06:31 PM)
I mentioned it back here but you didn't reference it specifically.yeah (sorry didnt get back to you on that 4wd) --
So I'll mention it again, AFAIAA iTunes, (not Apple Music - the streaming service), allows you to purchase albums/individual tracks that you can download and are DRM free - downside being you have to use ITunes software (or whatever they call it now) on your PC to purchase/download like Amazon.-4wd (January 20, 2020, 09:40 PM)