Review of XYplorer at DonationCoder.com

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Review of XYplorer at DonationCoder.com

Post by zridling » 17 Aug 2006 00:35

A new mini-review (single app) review of XYplorer has been posted over at DonationCoder.com.* Check it out.

*For the sake of accuracy, I plagiarized freely from this website!
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Re: Review of XYplorer at DonationCoder.com

Post by admin » 17 Aug 2006 07:36

zridling wrote:A new mini-review...
Mini??? :wink: That's probably the biggest review I've got together with Wanda Sloan's thing in the Bangkok Post.

Thanks a lot!

BTW, the installation is 2 MB, not 1.

And there's hope:
- You'll get shortcuts for destinations... after I've done a couple of other fantastic things.
- Scripting is on my list as well (frankly, I use XY scripting already for automated backups -- but for now it's only available in my personal special developer edition :P )

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Post by zridling » 18 Aug 2006 14:43

Thanks for the correction, and I added some more screenshots, one of the famous bridge there in Koln.
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Post by admin » 18 Aug 2006 15:04

zridling wrote:Thanks for the correction, and I added some more screenshots, one of the famous bridge there in Koln.
Hey, great shot! BTW, the funny looking building in the back is even more famous than the bridge. It's called the "Dom" (dome): it is to Gothic cathedrals what XYplorer is to file managers...

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Post by zridling » 23 Aug 2006 04:43

Ah yes, the Kolner Dom! It was in our geography textbooks as kids. I think I found that photo via the Köln homepage. Although I knew of Koln from its famous ice cream and its architecture, and even being on the Rhine, I had no idea that Köln was so big (population-wise).
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Post by admin » 23 Aug 2006 08:50

zridling wrote:... Although I knew of Koln from its famous ice cream ...
Famous ice cream??? :shock: :lol: They probably make and sell that on the famous bridge. Or maybe you're talking about frozen Water of Cologne which indeed is very famous. Freezing it would be a cool idea to reduce its horrible smell. :wink:

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