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by Tuxman
2019 Jan 28, 21:06
Forum: General
Topic: Any news from Kilmatead?
Replies: 41
Views: 2443

Re: Any news from Kilmatead?

In either case, receiving that e-mail would probably disturb me.
by Tuxman
2018 Dec 23, 16:55
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: blog: disk cleanup for programmers
Replies: 1
Views: 122

Re: blog: disk cleanup for programmers

Waiting for the first support topics re: "I cleaned my hard drive and now everything is gone".
by Tuxman
2018 Dec 13, 09:56
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: website test
Replies: 16
Views: 453

Re: website test

as for javascript, nowadays nothing works without it. It is your decision to not provide a fallback for those who prefer a relatively secure browser. :) Is there a lightbox extension that works? No, of course not. I rather thought that maybe, just maybe, the good old <a href="sshot.jpg"> would be a...
by Tuxman
2018 Dec 12, 19:17
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: website test
Replies: 16
Views: 453

Re: website test

Without JavaScript, clicking the images doesn't do anything. That makes no sense IMO.
by Tuxman
2018 Nov 30, 19:00
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: blog: to bitcoin or not to bitcoin?
Replies: 12
Views: 943

Re: blog: to bitcoin or not to bitcoin?

A few years too late.
by Tuxman
2018 Nov 19, 09:54
Forum: General
Topic: Any news from Kilmatead?
Replies: 41
Views: 2443

Re: Any news from Kilmatead?

The Kult of Kilmatead? I thought that was the netez forum!
by Tuxman
2018 Oct 17, 13:18
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: Console2 prompt
Replies: 2
Views: 293

Re: Console2 prompt

by Tuxman
2018 Oct 07, 12:02
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: blog: 10 little favorite tools
Replies: 8
Views: 769

Re: blog: 10 little favorite tools

Clavier+, a keyboard mapping tool that does not suck.
by Tuxman
2018 Sep 30, 19:24
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: blog: 10 little favorite tools
Replies: 8
Views: 769

Re: blog: 10 little favorite tools

The link to this topic is broken. You wanted us to not reply, admit it! :baaa: your software tools are likely to be huge by yesteryear's standards I try to keep mine small. :) But by your own standards ("sizes well under 1MB, no installation required"), 7-Zip is out because there is no complete port...
by Tuxman
2018 Sep 10, 06:50
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: xplorer2 suggestion box
Replies: 26
Views: 1323

Re: xplorer2 suggestion box

No, but it should come with all the necessary DLLs, so there's no need to bundle half of OpenSSH anymore. (I have not tried it yet.)
by Tuxman
2018 Sep 09, 11:50
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: xplorer2 suggestion box
Replies: 26
Views: 1323

Re: xplorer2 suggestion box

nikos wrote:
2018 Aug 24, 08:33
What more is left to add to a mature xplorer2?
Built-in SFTP support without third-party plug-ins. Should be relatively easy with Windows 10's new(ish) SSH client. :)
by Tuxman
2018 Sep 09, 11:47
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: new beta version 4004
Replies: 11
Views: 1045

Re: new beta version 4004

* [P] primitive macro subroutine support using JSR/RET instructions. Only one level of nesting is allowed and there is no stack, but you can have reusable code chunks for your complex macros. For example here's a trivial subroutine that shows a number a couple of times: POP 2 STORE $1 JSR sub INCR ...
by Tuxman
2018 Jun 11, 11:20
Forum: General
Topic: Any news from Kilmatead?
Replies: 41
Views: 2443

Re: Any news from Kilmatead?

But the whiskey might be much worse.
by Tuxman
2018 May 31, 19:32
Forum: General
Topic: Any news from Kilmatead?
Replies: 41
Views: 2443

Re: Any news from Kilmatead?

kunkel321 wrote:
2018 Apr 23, 00:05
(Personally, I suspect alien abduction.)
So do I. I'm unsure about the victims though ... :)
by Tuxman
2018 May 21, 13:26
Forum: xplorer² Professional
Topic: build 4002 released
Replies: 8
Views: 508

Re: build 4002 released

Ah, virus warnings. A reliable sign of you trusting bad software.

I replaced the Windows Defender by Snort recently. Signatures are irrelevant.