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Both Chrome and Photoshop (and a couple of other programs) already hide the Title Bar in order to save precious screen real state, but I was unable to find a utility that hides the Title Bar of any given window (or by default) in XP (or later).

I'm not a programmer, so this may be more difficult than I suppose it is. Why is is so difficult to hide the Title Bar?

In fact, why we still have Title Bars at all?

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General Software Discussion / Re: alternative to filehamster?
« on: April 29, 2010, 06:39 PM »
Autover has been updated, btw. Version 1.4 was released on 28-04-2010, still free.

I put FH aside for a while and I'm trying to live with AutoVer only. So far so good.

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"The other thing to consider is that ideally you would do *all* work, all post work, on the full-range RAW file"

Precisely.

CWuestefeld, I'm doubting any product will give you the one-click results you are expecting. The real power of RAW is in manual tweaking.The "process everything in directory X" will seldom work, unless all photos were taken using the same exposure, light conditions and camera settings -- and that's rarely the case.

If you want to do most of your editing in PSP, RawTherapee is more than enough to convert your batches to tiff. But it can be used to do so much more.

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Among those elusive programs whose time has come, I would put this one prominently: a more intuitive -- as in one-click -- way of restoring a Windows session without having to resource to hibernate.

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General Software Discussion / Re: alternative to filehamster?
« on: September 10, 2009, 07:24 AM »
FileHamster Plus (the old "Advanced" version) was 29.50 - I know cause I have it. The new pricing matrix looks a bit steep to me as well.

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