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Sorry, I missed the part about replacing words too.

May I suggest Everything ?

I tested it on Word docx and doc and other files for content and it works brilliantly. You can configure it to just monitor particular folders if you wish, run as a service, etc. etc.
Command line supported as well.
I've used this in environments with massive (20 million)+ files and had great success too.


Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: version 2.55?
« on: November 15, 2020, 12:21 PM »
Of course, sorry.

I have been using it for years to find updates to (most) of my apps. I've seen version 2.55 in there for a while reported by a user, so just wondering.

Clipboard Help+Spell / version 2.55?
« on: November 15, 2020, 11:18 AM »
I see in Sumo that someone is running a version 2.55. Am I missing a newer update/download somewhere?

After futzing about and trying different ones, I wanted something a bit smaller for my hands, and that didn't have too many buttons, which could function as a daily work mouse and as a gaming mouse.

I tried the G9* and G7* series from Logitech, and a few others, before finally realizing I didn't need to spend a lot. I got the G203 and it's been very solid... enough buttons to do what I need in an office, enough buttons to do what I want for gaming, and solid performance. Plus it's wired, which (oddly) was a requirement for me - I've never been a fan of the wireless mice.

My backup mouse which I had for years and still works brilliantly is an older M510 series. I don't think you can go wrong with those.

Happy hunting.

The one that comes to mind for me is WordStar, a ground breaking word processor from back in the character-mode CP/M & DOS days.  It didn't successfully make the jump to graphical environments.  They got killed by WordPerfect and MS Word.

Pioneered the use of the ESDX 'diamond' for cursor movement (when the Ctrl key was held down).  Way back then keyboards didn't always have dedicated arrow keys.  Made far more sense to me than Vi's HLJK scheme. 

I just threw out an old manual/floppy box from the 80's that I had kept around for nostalgia reasons.

Holy cow that brings back memories. I used it in MCAS Iwakuni, Japan while stationed there in 1988. If you took a few to learn the syntax you could really do things very quickly. Thanks for the memories!


Is this version with KeePass exclusion due out any time soon, or should I use the beta?



Living Room / Re: Goodbye to my father
« on: September 21, 2016, 07:23 PM »
I'm afraid I just got around to reading the forums after quite a long time.

My sincere condolences on your loss. My father is 85, and I worry daily that each day might be the last.

I hope you're healing each day.



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