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Are you using the same version of AutoHotKey? It may be worth adding a SendMode Input at the top of your script(s) to see if it makes any difference (if not also try SendMode Play or SendMode InputThenPlay)..?

FloppyImage is free and allows you to read/write disk images to/from physical disks (I've used it for adding images to UBCD, you may need to select "Create compatible IMG files" under "Settings").

Also if you have a network it may be worth looking at FOG..?

Well in case you're wondering - in FF3.5 you can scroll down to the 'Release Notes' section and click on the latest version - then shows a list of all versions with "Add to Firefox" links against each.

Also if you enter about:config, you can set preference extensions.checkCompatibility to false and then won't need to unpack/repack etc. (if the preference doesn't exist you need to create it)..

Hi ak_ - many thanks for FileNanny!, it's great.
However I found that if I modified the folder name then it also renamed the file being moved - which I didn't want (I want to be able to change the folder name but the file to retain its original name).
Therefore I've tweaked it slightly to achieve this - attached contains tweaked source and executable (hope you don't mind). :)

this is totally unacceptable to me -- i need to be able to paste screenshot paths in the file upload box!
Not convinced this is a big issue - previously you could click on the field and then paste, now you click the field and a file requester opens - but you can still paste the full path of the file you want to upload into the requester (works for me anyway)..

Just a couple of comments.. :)
System Rescue CD
Trinity Rescue Kit
Parted Magic
Ultimate Boot CD for DOS
NT Offline Password Recovery
GAG boot Manager
Darik's Boot & Nuke
If you have UBCD4DOS then you already have NT Offline Password Recovery, FreeDOS, memtest86 and Darik's Boot & Nuke (not sure if it's useful to include again separately?)..

My question/fear is this. As far as I am aware all of these are all 100% open source GPLed distros especially the Linux ones. Is there anything that I should be aware off before releasing this to the wild? Any copyright trademarks that belong to companies? There is no source code to include, it's all in configuration files.
If you're going to release this, then as a courtesy it may be wise to post your intentions on the various sites e.g. UBCD Forum, System Rescue CD forum etc.

There is an RSS feed for updated extensions here..

It's also possible to disable compatibility checking - if you go to about:config, and set Preference extensions.checkCompatibility to false (it may need to be created if it doesn't exist) you can then install 'incompatible' extensions and manually disable if they really don't work (many work fine for me)..

You could also use a bookmarklet for this - create a new bookmark as:-
Tested on FF3 & IE7, seems to work for me..

Living Room / Re: Any old Amiga users among us?
« on: December 08, 2007, 07:40 AM »
Thanks for this thread - happy memories! HAM mode to get all the colours onscreen at once etc. :D

I started with an A500, then later bought an A1200 with an 80MB(!) Hard disk. I then upgraded it with a 4MB Blizzard (I think) expansion that also had a faster CPU..  :)

I got it down from the loft last year, and it still managed to get from being switched on to Workbench fully loaded and ready to go in ~10 seconds. How long do our PCs take to boot these days?

I also found some info on networking Amigas - and with a standard laptop PCMCIA card managed to get it hooked up onto my LAN, and then transfer the contents of the hard disk onto my PC (so that I can now have "my" amiga working in WinUAE8)

All good fun..  :Thmbsup:

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