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Screenshot Captor / Resize Window (CTRL-G) display Wonky
« on: October 02, 2020, 03:26 PM »
 
I see this was brought up a long time ago, but just like the person then I can't see all the options in the prompt.    I also tried switching from my 125% font magnification (eyes getting old, screens higher resolution) to 100% and it looks the same (didn't try rebooting, but everything else dynamically changed).

Appearance wise I can survive, I just can't use it because the only buttons visible are cancel and preview.    Could the default window size be increased even if it means some empty space padding around it for people who aren't having any issues?

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Windows 10.

I'm running v4.36.2

Thanks again for ScreenCaptor.   I feel bad for the all the people out there using windows Snip and feeling it's a nice tool


Here's the old topic:
https://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=41808.msg391233#msg391233

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I'll second AJC active backup! 

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If you're still using XP this is an oldie but goodie: 
http://mlin.net/StartupCPL.shtml


It will warn you it something tries to add itself.  The nice thing is that you can just disable items instead of removing them.  This seems to satisfy programs that it's already in the startup list so that they won't try to insert a startup routine again.

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Pipes or redirects can't do anything like this?

I didn't think so, but figured I'd check before I before I got started. 

Thanks!

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This is probably more of a dos command question than strictly DDR, but that's what I'm trying to get this to work with.

Here's it is:
Running a script command that uses a text file as it's input.  The text file is just a list of files and some other fixed info on each line.

Import.bat  cr.txt -t restore

What I'd like to do is replace the "cr.txt" input file with a value from DDR based on a file name.  Any way to do this?

The other option is to run a two step .bat that creates the .txt file first, but thought there might be a way to avoid this.

Thanks,
Rob


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