deskrule build .44 released

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by sanferno » 2015 May 11, 20:18

Before I stopped in this forum, my life was way more boring.
Next tuesday, the 19th of May, you'll get your rest, sweetie! :party:

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by Kilmatead » 2015 May 11, 20:31

Eek! And then on the 20th of May we're going to have to teach you all about which English idioms (modismos/idiomas [?]) you are and (most importantly) are not allowed to use! :shock:

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by sanferno » 2015 May 11, 20:55

bloody sarcasm! :lol:

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by astewart » 2015 May 12, 20:11

When Deskrule finds files in a compressed archive, F3 on a selected file fails to launch the editor. On normal files outside of archives, it works properly.

This is true regardless of the registry setting for szTextViewerPath, empty, editor2 or notepad++. The status bar message is:
Cannot access contents of selected item(s)

The preview panel shows the contents properly.

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by nikos » 2015 May 13, 07:20

this is a know limitation, however if you double click to open the text file it will do so in notepad or whatever

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by profess » 2015 May 19, 11:52

sanferno and kilmatead
i hope you added the dates to your diary
Live life...

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by Kilmatead » 2015 May 19, 12:13

Given that sanferno should be "otherwise occupied" today (* good luck!), and if I make one more thread go haywire this month Nikos is going to personally chop my head off with a blunt ax, I think we're safe (for the moment). :D

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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by profess » 2015 May 19, 12:26

:) 'haywire'
i think it's safe to go outside now

and shouldn't you be digging or something?
i have visions of you 'somewhere' (not K-town), digging and doing something physical and manual
nights spent occupied in front of the screen, in some rural set up somewhere.
well that's the picture you painted anyway
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Re: deskrule build .44 released

Post by Kilmatead » 2015 May 19, 12:45

As I do work where I live (in 8 hectares of muck), I can drag as much dirt into the carpet during the day as I please, so weirdly I can more or less dig and type with a certain artful synchronicity. Of course, that translates into lots of hoovering in the evening, but that's useful for keeping the spider-population down anyway. I wonder what they think about in their silent world when they make that pleasant "thunk" sound as they hit the centrifugal flow?

But I digress (and I mustn't do that). :wink:

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