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Here's an interesting blog post about Crash Plan losing all of a user's data:
http://jeffreydonenf...ntire-backup-archive

In the comments to this blog post, many users have reported various data loss, upload issues and support issues with Crash Plan as well...

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So, mouser - Just curious, did you finally settle on Crash Plan or something else ?

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Hi... This is Mario from India.

I registered long ago on this forum, but returned to it just this month  :)

Regards,
Mario

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Find And Run Robot / Re: FindAndRunRobot.exe with tray icon?
« on: April 02, 2005, 03:04 PM »
Thanks for the quick reply, Mouser.

Another minor thing which I think you can fix easily :
On the "Configuration" tab of the Options window, all items except "Stop search exact alias match" show help text on the status bar when the mouse is hovered over them.

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Find And Run Robot / FindAndRunRobot.exe with tray icon?
« on: April 02, 2005, 02:48 PM »
Hi,

Thanks for this excellent and useful piece of software.

I have a small suggestions to make:

You might want to mention somewhere in the Help file that the "-tray" command line parameter launches the main program (FindAndRunRobot.exe) in tray mode.

I say this because I chose to install the program without the Start menu shortcuts, and FindAndRunRobot.exe exited each time I executed any program in the search list.  This left me wondering what might be going wrong, until I finally discovered (after reinstalling with the Start menu shortcuts) the Start menu item which uses the "-tray" parameter, and keeps the program running in Tray mode in the background.

Thanks,
Mario

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