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General Software Discussion / Re: Directory Opus 9
« on: August 19, 2010, 05:19 AM »
Directory Opus 9

Deal Available: 26 AUG ’10 THURSDAY at

Deal Price:  $44.68  (34.78 Euro)
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List Price:   $76.61 / 85 AUD / 59.67 EUR

exchange rates at 19.08.2010 from

Opus licensing is easy and simple. It is machine-based not user-based.
Purchase an Install Licence for each machine on which you install the program

This license is only valid for the 9.xy branch launched at April 27th 2007,
currently there is 9.5.4 recent from June 3rd 2010. See
There will be an discounted upgrade to Directory Opus 10.

USB and FTP cost $10 AUD extra each. See https://www.gpsoft.c...u/DScripts/order.asp

Living Room / Re: Weird Mozilla Firefox Page
« on: March 23, 2008, 06:22 AM »

I use  -  case in point

Coding Snacks / Re: Clean known password from RAR/ZIP Archives
« on: October 20, 2007, 02:18 AM »
Of Course!  :-[ Don't know how I overlooked it, but it will do this job just fine. Thank You.

Coding Snacks / Clean known password from RAR/ZIP Archives
« on: October 20, 2007, 12:26 AM »
Something I've been doing a bit of lately and thinking - "This is crazy".

I have hundreds of (small) password protected RAR files. I want to remove the password (or rebuild each archive as it currently is - minus the password).

There is no password cracking or anything needed - I already know the password and supply it as an input to the process.

Currently I have to open each archive - supply the password - extract the contents to a new folder - if successful I delete the original archive and recreate a new archive without the password (& optionally delete the extracted intermediate files?)

This would be useful if WinRAR could do this in one step, but it cannot (as far as I can tell).

A small gui allowing the selection of one or more RAR files (even ZIP?) and the supply of a password - walk away to make a cup of coffee, and return to a folder of "password free" archives (with the original filenames) would be a big time saver (especially when doing this over 200 rar files).

For extra points  :Thmbsup: - the reverse could be possible - password protect an existing archives contents (I'm sure someone would use it).

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