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in my T-Clock it is even named week "0" (zero!)


Is this strictly for shortened addresses? If not, can I please bother someone to paste an URL that will activate ClipURLCleaner? So far none of my ugly looking URLs have been changed.

FF used to let you do that but version 75 won't allow that anymore.

The feature was merely moved to another location:


First, click on the 3 dots in the address/search box and then on the new bottom line (here in Danish "Tag et skærmbillede")


Made in Firefox 81 (Click thumbnail to enlarge to 1265x1589 pixels):


General Software Discussion / Re: Quizo updated!
« on: September 27, 2020, 02:29 PM »


Change Log
Version 1042 (2020-9-6)
(Changes in 1042)

- File/Folder history with time stamp.
- Drop helper window is removed.

(Fixed in 1042)
- Font error message is displayed.
- Crashes in Windows 7 by using unsupported API.
- Tool applications were rolled back to older versions unexpectedly.
- Tab visual collapses in flipped mode

Version 1041 (2020-8-9)
(Fixed in 1041)

- More supports for Explorer night mode (Windows10).
- More supports for high-DPI environments
- Toolbar icons updated
- many bugs
- Now packaged in a MSI stand-alone installer.

Sorry, I was quoting half a sentence...  :-[

Chrome overtook Firefox in November 2011,

Now I have read the entire sentence, and read it a little slower, and realize it says:

Chrome overtook Firefox in November 2011, in worldwide usage.

I want to remove that app or thing that is making Mozilla behave in a strange way.
I don't want Mozilla to behave that way.

Of course you can change it. But the unwanted behavior is Google, not Firefox. Google is not a search engine, but an advert seller. So the easiest way is to pay and become a premium member (I am not).

But whatever solution you chose, you will have to do new settings on you Google homepage. You didn't know you have such? You use Firefox which is designed by Google, so you have! Begin at

it seems to be OpenSource{?}, so presumably it's been under some continuing development.

Released on 6 Nov 2007, 368kb exe ("Download 32-bit"):

Thank you for the answers.

texter from lifehacker my personal favorite text expander, written in AHK

Lifehacker has changed a lot since then, so there is no "Texter Installer 0.6.exe" file any more. Do you have a copy (or newer) that I can have a copy of, please? I believe it's small enough to be uploaded here.


General Software Discussion / Re: Altap Salamander now freeware
« on: August 11, 2019, 07:58 AM »
Stop bickering!

FreeCommander is freeware - and they also have a bonus version for donators.

The “Donor Version” of the program is the release created more often then once a year, as bonus for the donors. These versions are marked in the about dialog box as “donor” and not as “public”.  The donor versions are available as 64 and 32 bit, both in setup and portable form. The functions of the donor release compared to public are the same with the exception for searching in the “PDF” files.

This thread is confusing me. The meaning of VT is to test any site or file BEFORE downloading anything, not to download and only then test. You have described what we use a locally installed anti-virus program for! But, again, it's much better to test before downloading.

What Internet browser are you using? Go to https://support.viru...5-Browser-Extensions and find your match!
For Chrome you can go straight to https://chrome.googl...aegfbieplglfidafgoka

But maybe I misunderstood the situation?

^ Pandoc needs 3'rd party application, before it can create pdf.

Found Deals and Discounts / Re: Disktrix UltimateDefrag v. 5
« on: July 26, 2019, 02:44 AM »

Dear Curt,

UltimateDefrag V6 is here and since you own a previous version, you are entitled to upgrade at a 40% discount and you pay just $17.97.

Again, UltimateDefrag V6 is normally $29.95 and with your 40% discount you pay just $17.97.

To get your 40% upgrade discount for Version 6, please follow these instructions:

1. Go to and login to your account. It is essential you login since the coupon is specifically reserved for your account.

2. Select PURCHASE... (and more)

I never did trust Bach anyway.

yet   he will be Bach

Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff"
« on: July 07, 2019, 01:28 PM »
Luckily, I am watching some paint dry.

Photobucket announced a change to its Terms of Service on June 26, 2017, requiring a US$399 per year subscription fee for those who want to hotlink images from Photobucket's servers to display on other sites, a service it had previously offered for free. This change resulted in vast numbers of photos online being replaced with a graphic advising users to upgrade their account.

Photobucket has received extensive criticism in response, with many charging the company with "blackmail" or "extortion", and destroying the design of many websites. In March 2018, under the guidance of new CEO Ted Loenard, plans initially ranging from US$1.99 to US$8.99 monthly based on storage size replaced the flat-rate model. Prices later jumped to a range from US$4.48 to US$11.48 monthly for those same usage increments.

meaning, the $399 claim is no longer valid.

Is this also taking out the validity of your post? 

Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff"
« on: July 03, 2019, 10:15 AM »
Life should be lived, not documented.


My 60'th birthday was a sober party with approx 50 guests. To my knowledge, everyone was having a good time.
No one took a picture, not even one.


Plus, Congratulation and Good Luck to tsaint !

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock v2.1.0 on Windows pro
« on: July 03, 2019, 07:22 AM »

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock v2.1.0 on Windows pro
« on: July 02, 2019, 06:12 PM »
`redux`. Yes, that is what I installed.
Topic: T-Clock v2.1.0 on Windows pro

^ eh... is it? The latest version is 2.4.4 build 492. Please update!

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock v2.1.0 on Windows pro
« on: June 30, 2019, 09:12 AM »
Of course I should also say that I don't use T-Clock, but T-Clock Redux
Sorry for any confusion.

First check if your anti-malware-program maybe was forcing it.

T-Clock / Re: T-Clock v2.1.0 on Windows pro
« on: June 29, 2019, 12:20 PM »
You can try to install in C:\T-Clock, instead of in %Programs%. That's what I've done.

Is there a way to delete duplicate files but have different names?

AllDup (https://download.cne...20_4-10029585-1.html) and Duplicate File Finder (https://www.softpedi...te-File-Finder.shtml) were both mentioned.

^ oh, yes, of course.

@Akertyna: My suggestion is that you change the download directory for FB2Mate, so there not will be any other videos in that folder. Then you can have a script to automatically rename every file.

you are not the author of FB2Mate, so how can >you< be launching it on chrome's store?

Found Deals and Discounts / Re: Disktrix UltimateDefrag v. 5
« on: June 20, 2019, 11:22 AM »
Columns with cliches like, "At the end of the day" aren't credible.
-Midnight Rambler (June 20, 2019, 09:08 AM)

I think such mistakes are forgivable, when you remember it's a one man company. (


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