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Living Room / Re: Looking for the title of an Anime
« on: December 28, 2013, 03:25 AM »
Thanx for the replies.

I forgot to say that for a long time the kids thought they where in the jungle, then they realize it's a huge island and only later on do they realize that the island is a metal ship covered with vegetation. I think they got on it by mistake, their "transformer car" broke and they never managed to fix it well enough to be able to leave. Also, the kids looked more like the buncs from Peter Pan as there was a big fat one, a tall one, a small kid and a few girls, in total i think there where like 10-12 kids.

On the other hand, looking at the list provided by Shades i just realized how many animes i watched as a kid (i think i had too much time on my hand :p ), so ... i'm starting to doubt my memories, what i think was 1 anime might be the memory from many animes that i saw back in the day.

P.S. the people from Thriller Barc Arc and OnePiece are similar to what i remember, but the island doesn't look like what i remember it.

Living Room / Looking for the title of an Anime
« on: December 27, 2013, 04:27 PM »

When i was young, i used to watch an anime series on TV, sadly i don't remember much about it (specially not the title)
Here's what i do remember :
- there where some kids that had a big red car that could transform in all kind of things (i think i remember it transforming into a boat, a plane and things like that)
- they where on an island that later turned out to be a huge ship covered by vegetation
- they had to fight with some "grown ups", i think they where pirates but i might be wrong.

I used to watch it on the german television (Pro7 or Sat1) and I don't speak german, so most of what i understood from it was the action :p
I think the animation style was similar to that of Naruto, but since it was over 15 years ago i might remember it wrong.

So, does anybody have any idea what's the title of the anime ?
Anybody got any idea ?

Thanks in advance.

i really hope i'm not mixing up the memories from 2 or more animes into one :)

General Software Discussion / Re: What's your preferred File Manager
« on: December 08, 2013, 05:22 PM »
Total Commander is as close as you'll get to a console feel in a GUI program  :)  
I didn't know it had gone freeware.  But, isn't it a slightly strange hybrid?  I was under the impression that though console mode, it kept its configuration details in the Registry.  That also means it isn't portable.

Well, from my point of view FAR is more like a console application than Total Commander, but it's just my opinion :p
What i don't like in TC are the toolbars and also the fact that it's not freeware :p

Since FAR 3 all settings are stored in MySQL files either in the "Documents & Settings\<username>\FAR3" folder or in a subfolder in FAR3's folder (depends on how configure it in the FAR.exe.ini file), so you can make it completely portable.
The only settings saved in registry are if you use old plugins (made for FAR1 or FAR2) and if you use ConEmu. Conemu had a beta that was portable but for some reason the release versions don't have the portable support.

also, a great feature of FAR is that i was able to connect using an SSH server (installed on my Win computer). SSH only supports text but since FAR uses a text interface i could still have the exact same interface that i'm used too.
On Linux i also use Midnight Commander so i like having 2 programs (FAR and MC) on 2 OSs and still have a very similar interface, this decreases the number of things i have to remember (and lately i seem to have trouble remembering things that i don't use often :p )

General Software Discussion / Re: What's your preferred File Manager
« on: December 08, 2013, 07:35 AM »
I for one use FAR Manager 3, i'm probably too used to the console "feel" (i've used Volcov Commander and Norton Commander back in the days).
I'm not very fond of "graphical interfaces" for file managers, that's the reason why i don't like Total Commander.

Since version 3 FAR Manager it is freeware (actually opensource so you can even modify it if you want to), it has a new LUA scripting support and quite a few good plugins/scripts.
I use it in combination with ConEmu which gives me the ability to run multiple sessions of FAR in the same window (with tabs to switch from one to the others). It also gives the posibility to show files in Thumbnails mode (similar to Total Commander). I for one don't use it too often, but it's nice to have the support :)

I also use a lot of portable apps with it for image viewing/editing, development and other stuff, most taken from

P.S. there is a 64bit version of FAR3 but i still use the 32bit version on Win8 x64 since i use at least 10 compoatibility plugins from FAR1 and FAR2 and they can't be loaded on the 64bit version.

Find And Run Robot / Re: FARR help needed!
« on: November 24, 2013, 11:52 AM »
There are 2 ways to achieve what you want.

1. on your home computer stop the local FARR copy and start it from the USB, just like how you do at work, then you'll have exactly the same options
2. copy the configuration file(s) from the USB to your computer, the file that contains the last launched programs/files is called FindAndRunRobot_launchhistory.ini
NOTE : make sure FARR is stopped or the changed files will probably not be read by your local FARR.

Hope this helps.

P.S. there are a few more INI files in the FARR folder, as far as i can tell this is what each one contains :
FindAndRunRobot.ini - the settings for FARR
FindAndRunRobot_launchhistory.ini - the last launched programs/files
FindAndRunRobot_searchhistory.ini - what you have searched for (my file has 21 entries, so i suppose it saves all searches)
FindAndRunUserToolbar.ini - the buttons you added to the toolbar.

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