Updated--IZArc


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Bob Adkins

I was beginning to worry about this fine archive program. It hasn't been
updated for the best part of a year, and I thought it was abandoned. I was
just thinking about the sad situation this morning, when Low and behold a
Beta appeared!

There are several nice, usable archive programs out there, and I've tried
them all. I keep coming back to IZArc, without thinking twice. It's very
"WinRAR-Like", and WinRAR (O/T) is widely acknowledged as the best archiver
of all.

Get it HERE http://www.snapfiles.com/get/izarc.html

Or visit the home page link found there.

'Snew:

-Open an archive when drop it on the IZArc toolbar
-Fixed "Reuse IZArc windows" function so now it could be used to open
archives faster
-Remove "Test" option from the shell context menu for CAB files.
-Perform automatic test when the "Test" dialog is shown
-"Search in Archives" window can be maximized now
-Fixed Date and time ordering in "Search in Archives" dialog
-Added scrollbars to the "Comments" window
-Fixed problem archiving .dll files under Windows 98
-Show an IZArc button on the Windows taskbar when performing some actions
from the IZArc shell context menu
-Silent Installation possibility
-New/Updated translations
-New Skins
-Some small improvements and bugs fixing

-- Bob
 
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Bob said:
I was beginning to worry about this fine archive program. It hasn't been
updated for the best part of a year, and I thought it was abandoned. I was
just thinking about the sad situation this morning, when Low and behold a
Beta appeared!

izarc is good; did i mention tugzip already ? ;-)

http://www.tugzip.com


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KHaled

I was beginning to worry about this fine archive program.
It hasn't been updated for the best part of a year, and I
thought it was abandoned. I was just thinking about the sad
situation this morning, when Low and behold a Beta
appeared!

There are several nice, usable archive programs out there,
and I've tried them all. I keep coming back to IZArc,
without thinking twice. It's very "WinRAR-Like", and WinRAR
(O/T) is widely acknowledged as the best archiver of all.

Get it HERE http://www.snapfiles.com/get/izarc.html

Or visit the home page link found there.

'Snew:

-Open an archive when drop it on the IZArc toolbar
-Fixed "Reuse IZArc windows" function so now it could be
used to open archives faster
-Remove "Test" option from the shell context menu for CAB
files. -Perform automatic test when the "Test" dialog is
shown -"Search in Archives" window can be maximized now
-Fixed Date and time ordering in "Search in Archives"
dialog -Added scrollbars to the "Comments" window
-Fixed problem archiving .dll files under Windows 98
-Show an IZArc button on the Windows taskbar when
performing some actions from the IZArc shell context menu
-Silent Installation possibility
-New/Updated translations
-New Skins
-Some small improvements and bugs fixing

-- Bob
Thanks for the notice.. I have also tested most, and prefer
IZ. The fixes should make it even better.

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please start your subject line with the string "==NG=="
 
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Bob said:
I was beginning to worry about this fine archive program. It hasn't been
updated for the best part of a year, and I thought it was abandoned. I was
just thinking about the sad situation this morning, when Low and behold a
Beta appeared!

There are several nice, usable archive programs out there, and I've tried
them all. I keep coming back to IZArc, without thinking twice. It's very
"WinRAR-Like", and WinRAR (O/T) is widely acknowledged as the best archiver
of all.

Get it HERE http://www.snapfiles.com/get/izarc.html
Bob, it is also my favorite.

Every so often: Click on a zip file, IZ opens, but instead of displaying the
contents of the archive, I see the folder file display where the zip file is
located. Then, if I browse in IZ to that zip file in the folder, it opens as a
normal zip unarchive display. Since the zip file than opens normally, it is not
corrupted.

Do you see that and why does it happen?

Mike Sa
 
B

Bob Adkins

Bob, it is also my favorite.

Every so often: Click on a zip file, IZ opens, but instead of displaying the
contents of the archive, I see the folder file display where the zip file is
located. Then, if I browse in IZ to that zip file in the folder, it opens as a
normal zip unarchive display. Since the zip file than opens normally, it is not
corrupted.

Do you see that and why does it happen?

Mike Sa

Hiya Mike,

I've never seen that happen except in the case of corrupted or zero byte ZIP
files.

The only bugs I ever noticed were related to focus. You could launch a ZIP
file and sometimes it would not come up... it would come up on the Task bar.
Annoying, but not often or a bad bug. The killer was while UNRAR-ing a big
file, and clicking away from IZArc. Sometimes it would completely stop the
UNRAR-ing operation.

Oh oh... the new release doesn't seem to work at all on multi-part RAR's :(

-- Bob
 
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["Bob Adkins"; Thu, 13 Jan 2005 20:42:18 GMT]
Oh oh... the new release doesn't seem to work at all on multi-part RAR's :
WHAT?! Well, that sucks ...
 

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