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Another two programs similar to C2C are:

1] Loquisoft's ContactCopy(USD 49.95 perpetual license, per PC):
http://www.loquisoft.com/?page=7
ContactCopy – transferr contact info from virtually any source to Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Excel, etc., with just a mouse click

contactCopy automatically recognizes the country of contact data based on address format, the language used in address elements and a place-name database. contactCopy automatically adds
the country to the postal address , the country code to phone and fax numbers (ideal for synchronization with mobile phones)

For developers:
http://address-parser.com/
RecogniContact/Web – RecogniContact as a Web service
RecogniContact/COM – RecogniContact as a Windows COM component

2] AddressGrabber Std/Business (USD 69.95/129.95) :
http://www.egrabber.com/
must pay for every point upgrade - :(

The OP leads me to think - which non-MS addressbook/ PIM/contact Mgr works well with vcf and contact copy solutions like those above ?

None of these copy contact solutions have their own addressbook.
 
SKA

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Curt: <Now where did I get this feature from? ?!>

Maybe from here:
http://www.theelderg...e_list_generator.htm

SKA

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Some links For CodeTrucker :

article by ClarionMag's publisher Dave Harms:
http://www.clarionma...2/v12n10ireland.html

other links:
http://www.clarionma...2n09devroadmaps.html
http://www.devroadmaps.com/drm/cm.html

Devroadmaps.com- online magazine on Dot Net :
http://www.devroadmaps.com/
http://www.devroadma...s.com/drm/about.html

"DevRoadmaps is about .NET development in general, not Clarion.NET development in particular. Clarion Magazine is still the place to find Clarion.NET information (at such time as the .NET AppGen is available and usable).  Whether you're using Clarion.NET or non-Clarion tools, I believe you'll find DevRoadmaps.com to be a vital source of information for your .NET business software development."

Promo pricing for devroadmaps.com subscription:
http://www.devroadma...0m09betaspecial.html

SKA

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Dear IanB

I have clients who use Clarion for Windows, recently they told me about Clarion.NET IDE which is why I posted about it in this thread. My first post on DC about Clarion was in 2006 , this is my second post
on Clarion.Net. 
  
You are right - there is less info about Softvelocity the company behind Clarion - its mostly a product website.

On this newsgroup comp.lang.clarion I found this old post (in 2000) which seems to explain more about Clarion.
http://groups.google...ion#f1f29b8064e6a848

Brief profile of Softvelocity is here : http://www.itconsult...softvelocity-122706/

quote:
SoftVelocity produces the Clarion development environment -- Clarion is a data-centric Advanced Rapid Application Development (ARAD) tool featuring roundtrip code generation that preserves your hand written code and allows reiterative code generation. Clarion is used in corporate, government and military installations worldwide.

SoftVelocity, Inc. was founded in May of 2000 when it acquired the Clarion line application development tools from TopSpeed Corporation. The acquisition made SoftVelocity the owner of the Clarion technology that has been developed since 1989 and all products based on it, including the Clarion for Windows product line and a number of accessory development tools.
unquote

It does not look like as disreputable as you infer , but ofcourse you may know more than me.

Apart from Clarion.NET there is also Eiffel (www.eiffel.com) & Omnis Studio
(http://en.wikipedia....rg/wiki/Omnis_Studio ) , also http://www.tigerlogic.com/omnis/
but I guess these are more expensive than Clarion.

SKA

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General Software Discussion / Re: remove objects from photos
« on: January 03, 2011, 11:39 PM »
Renegade

Which program did you use - Photoshop Elements or some other ?

(and how did you get the above posted image to animate ?)

SKA

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fSekrit / Re: fSekrit still in development?
« on: December 28, 2010, 11:31 PM »
Dear f0dder

Maybe this link may give you some ideas :
http://liquidninja.c.../deploying-with-git/

Rgds/ HNY 2011
SKA

108
Rixstep has utilities that give you much better control of files etc on Mac.

http://rixstep.com/4/0/xfsystem/

Expensive, but guess these are unique in themselves

SKA


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General Software Discussion / Re: 27 Good Reasons to Love Linux
« on: November 29, 2010, 09:48 PM »
40hz & all who reply

Thanks - will check it out

SKA

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General Software Discussion / Re: 27 Good Reasons to Love Linux
« on: November 28, 2010, 10:33 PM »
1]  Will a poll help - on which is least buggy distribution to ease noobi users to use Linux daily ?  
If not Ubuntu then is it Mint or PClinuxOS ?

2] Which distie would you put on a Macbook Air(13", 4GB, 128GB SSD) ?

Grateful for any tips/ personal experiences,as surely DC members are a helpful lot indeed !
If we can rank disties that DC members tried out & using now, it'd be very useful to me (and others here).

Thanks
SKA

111
Curt

Any link for this free giveaway licence ? Or its buy 1 - get 1 free ?

Thanks
SKA

112
Carol

1. Licensing: maybe 10 activations per user (Nuance says only 5) - see here :
http://www.knowbrain...7bc757285f262238111e

2. Its per user (not per PC).  So doubt more than one user / one voice input permitted.

3. Multiple Languages - Not sure.

4. All versions support bluetooth.  

Knowbrainer forums seem to be ONLY place where users discuss DNS !   Thanks David!

SKA

113
Stephen

>Unlike theirs, our hosting software was created, developed and designed in-house by us<

What software(s) does this cover ? Its developed to run on Debian Linux ?
Reason I ask is I am concerned over security of hosting under Linux.
 
SKA

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General Software Discussion / Opera's secret weapon
« on: November 12, 2010, 08:48 AM »

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Amazing find , codebyte

Seems a new/unique concept, maybe it could be the "next google" ?

Hope they dont "sell out" or get "bought out"

SKA

116
Living Room / Re: Secure big file service ?
« on: October 23, 2010, 11:48 PM »
My ISP refused to allow me any paid ftp service, and I see that most file hosters only allow you to share files that you yourself upload with others via shared folders/access controls, not vice versa.

SKA

117
Living Room / Secure big file service ?
« on: October 23, 2010, 11:03 PM »
Please recommend a big file transfer service(free or paid) that can help me do this:

I need to get large files ,eg 100-200MB max from an associate in Europe(I am in Asia).

I need to own the account & control their access to it eg by give them a username/pwd, valid for a limited time period etc.   Files must be virus scanned (can pay for this).

In short I look for a service (free or paid) that allows others to upload my account, so I can retrieve the files later

Thanks for all ideas !
SKA

118
General Software Discussion / Re: EditPad Pro 7-BETA
« on: October 12, 2010, 11:59 PM »
One needs a paid licence to access their forum ?
I searched their website but could not find any link to a forum.
So this beta is restricted to old buyers only, yes ?
 
SKA

119
dantheman

Thank you - I have sent my comments to the author by email.
 
SKA

120
Resophnotes terms of use look very peculiar

http://www.resoph.co...es/Terms_of_Use.html

SKA

121
Living Room / Re: The Internet by 2020?
« on: October 10, 2010, 08:28 PM »
kyrathaba

Amazing !   please advise a link for the full image - thanks !
Why I ask : image is chopped on right side <grin>

SKA


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Found Deals and Discounts / Oops!Backup @USD 18.50 -BDJ 11 Oct'10
« on: October 09, 2010, 08:08 PM »
Oops!Backup on BDJ 11 Oct'10 - @USD 18.50

http://www.bitsdujou...software/oopsbackup/

SKA

PS. Oops indeed - Darwin already posted this here on 05Oct'10 :
https://www.donation....msg219538#msg219538

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General Software Discussion / Re: forward email?
« on: October 03, 2010, 06:10 AM »
dbarton

Recheck if "Turbo Redirect" feature  in Classic Eudora 7.1.0.9 would help you:
http://eudorabb.qual...light=turbo+redirect

OR you may try the newly released Eudora OSE v1.0 - it has Message Redirection: see at bottom of page:
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Eudora_OSE

SKA

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David

Try if FolderCache, Re-open, Selector from our most industrious developer - MilesAhead - can help you :

http://www.favessoft.com/hotkeys.html

SKA

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General Software Discussion / Re: Another reason to drop Kaspersky?
« on: September 29, 2010, 07:35 AM »
Dear f0dder

In a roundabout way - you do agree the problem is windows <grin>

I agree for general public - there is  still no shift from Windows -> other OS's in 2011, but for geeks, nerds.... surely its happening now ?

SKA

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