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System Path Commander / Re: Suggestion for Help File / _README
« on: July 27, 2015, 07:52 PM »
did you donwload it here?

The page should at least say how old it is (circa 2005 - which would explain no warnings about that kind of thing...)

Yes, fair point that the software isn't going to be repackaged to add the message. 

Presumably the download page is easy enough to modify?  A notice there would enhance the usage: currently it states Win2K, WinXP, but the program in fact works fine on Win7 and Win8.1 -- provided it is given administrator privileges.

I'd be happy to modify the page text myself (to put action behind the suggestion)  ;)


System Path Commander / Suggestion for Help File / _README
« on: July 24, 2015, 03:19 PM »
Love the program.  Suggest a notice somewhere prominent (README.txt, spc.chm main page, startup message) that reminds the user that the program needs to be run as ADMINISTRATOR in order to work.

Many thanks!

A quick Google search on Dina TTF shows that I'm a bit late to the party ;)

But, yes, True Type Dina solves the rescaling problems in Notepad++.

Here's the link for Nathanial Sabinski's conversion of Dina to TTF:



Am a fan of Dina fonts, having imported them into Notepad++ editor on my older laptop and found them to be very clear for programming.

However, just upgraded to a new Lenovo ultrabook, which happens to have a 1920x1080 resolution.  For this, the largest Dina font (10pt) feels a bit on the small side after coding for several hours.

Are there any plans to produce larger point sizes?  Perhaps a 12pt?  14pt?  20pt?

Besides being useful for the new full HD screens coming out now, they would also be useful for presentations (e.g. PowerPoint)

Currently, when enlarging the font in the Notepad++ editor, it breaks up into a very dot-matrix look, which I suspect is because it does not have a larger size to switch to.

Any new sizes would certainly be worth another donation!


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