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General Software Discussion / Re: Clipboard manager
« on: August 30, 2005, 03:43 AM »
so if you are like me you might want to just look for a freeware tool, but look for one written by an author with some experience with reliable connections to clipboard bility to search for text would be nice.

You could try the last free version of ClipCache, available at

"Freeware programs that either went commercial after these versions or were discontinued, or are hard to find or just plain good: "


or's Last Free Version page for freeware that later went shareware/payware.

Includes, e.g., ClipCache, PrintKey, Total Uninstall, etc.

Robert Bull

Image Manager Shootout / Re: Xnview vs. Irfan View
« on: August 26, 2005, 05:43 AM »
> One of my longstanding real pet peeves with irfanview is its
> absolute insistence on Save As starting in the last directory
> you saved into, rather that the current directory holding the
> picture. 

Have you looked at Cottonwood Software's  payware, File-Ex?

I've only briefly looked at it.  Here's their blurb;

"File-Ex saves valuable time and mouse clicks...

- Automatically enhances almost all Windows applications, saving you valuable time.

- Larger file window reduces scrolling clicks by up to 90%.

- Re-opens the last folder used so you don't have to hunt for it each time you open a file.

- Default to the sorting you like, and have it remember the column widths in details view.

- Remembers 100 recent and favorite folders / files, reducing clicks to the file you need.

- Create and open a new folders with fewer steps -- opens to the new folder automatically.

- Built-in Find tool searches all of your hard drives for files. "

I wish it automatically put the cursor on the last file you used, but they've had more than one request for that so maybe it will come.

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