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Member since September 4, 2006

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    steven bensky

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  1. Review - NTFS to FAT32 Wizard

    2.3.1 (May 2, 2013)

    I also have not tried this, but the "Freeware" listing is misleading.
    The "Free" version is limited to partitions of 8GB or less.

    Version comparison:

  2. Review - TwinkiePaste

    0.52 Alpha 13 (Mar 22, 2013)

    "License for beta-versions (French, German, Polish, Portuguese versions)
    This the beta-versions is FREE. For final release you will have to buy a license."

  3. Review - FreeFileSync

    5.6 (Sep 10, 2012)

    Includes "opencandy", so be aware during the install.

    Otherwise, works very well.
    I like it & use it.
    Easy enough to use & featured enough to meet my needs.
    Preview is very informative, letting me know exactly what's going to happen before it does.
    No surprises. Nice.

  4. Review - Spartan Multi Clipboard

    8.00 (Aug 28, 2012)

    If you're going to post a "review" copied from a website, verbatim, you should at least acknowledge that fact.

    tracyc's "review" is from here:

  5. Comment - Windows Media Player Plug-in for Firefox Now a Reality

    8.00 (Apr 21, 2007 - 10:29 AM)

    What I have found ...

    WinXP SP2 (32-bit), WMP 10
    Vista RC2 (32-bit), WMP 11

    Works with SeaMonkey & Firefox.

    SeaMonkey version 1.0.x & up.
    Firefox 1.5.x & up.

    Does not work with Mozilla Suite 1.7.x nor Firefox 1.0.x.

    If JavaScript is disabled (or blocked, with NoScript), some sites generate WMP Plugin errors (& can cause FF to quit) when accessed. Some sites simply do not work if JavaScript is enabled.

    This site will error:
    This site will not play:

    With this Plug-in installed, both sites work without error when JavaScript is disabled.

    Appears that this Plug-in supersedes the older plugin, npdsplay.dll. AFAICanTell, you do not need to specifically disable npdsplay.dll. Though you can do so by setting the preference item, plugin.scan.WindowsMediaPlayer to a large number, like 99.

    Further Vista does not come with the required DLL's. You could simply copy them from an XP box, but this Plug-in provides the same functionality.