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- Aug 15 2017, 1:58 PM (82 w, 6 d)
On my updated Windows 10 machine, this doesn't happen. Hrmmm...
I can't get it to fail. Umm... I'm not sure where to go from here.
Well, it definitely does store the backup on the desktop of the public user when installed as For All Users. I still haven't been able to get it to fail, though. These are the same configuration files from C:\Users\Joe\AppData\Local\Karen's Power Tools\Replicator\
Thu, Mar 14
I am opening this ticket to report that when saving file info to disk, the column headings are missing. Each elemet selected in the File Info list is included, but without column headings the information is less helpful. Thank you!
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Thu, Feb 28
Chris wrote to firstname.lastname@example.org about Greek characters.
Wed, Feb 27
Is there an easy way to select several sub-folders within a folder without selecting them all?
A suggestion or request: add the ability to (1) also excluded subdirectories beneath the selected directory and/or (2) include only specific subfolders.
This would be similar to the Nirsoft utility SearchMyFiles.
Mon, Feb 25
Is this related?
Perhaps this would be a new feature in the rewritten Replicator.
Oh wait, you could create two jobs and switch the sources to get the same functionality, I think.
WOW, don't try that on your real data. I'm going to make a note to try it myself to see if it'll get into looping back and forth. If they're both looking at modification times, which Replicator preserves, then two way sync through two jobs would do it.
since writing the suggestion I found that I had an app that had the capability. In Windows XP, I have Explorer Plus by SendPhotos. It's no longer available (the website, http://www.sendphotos.com/support/download.aspx, is down) & doesn't function fully in Windows 10. However, it has a feature called EasySync that is installed in Windows XP & works in both directions, and I can start it in either Windows 10 orWindows XP. I do have to do it manually, however.
Oh, man. I should have looked this up sooner.
Sat, Feb 23
2/10/2019 5:40:25 AM: Error: Copy of <this file> to <that file> Failed (Error 3 - The system cannot find the path specified.)
James suggested to email@example.com a bunch of advanced features.
Fri, Feb 22
I liked to know how many files were accessed during the backup process, how many were backed up (perhaps individual file sizes listed), how many were bypassed (incremental backups, etc.), number files from previous backups, etc.
I have used several backup apps (free and paid), and I don't get a warm feeling when I backup files.
These backups tell me how much time it took, where the destination files are located, and that everything worked OK. I have been a backup specialist in several large corporations, and I always felt comfortable when there were statistics generated after the backups.
I liked to know how many files were accessed during the backup process, how many were backed up (perhaps individual file sizes listed), how many were bypassed (incremental backups, etc.), number files from previous backups, etc. Compare the current backup files/sets with the previous backup files/sets, generating statistics, to try and eliminate any surprises (missing files, etc.).
I really don't want to discover a file is missing when I need to recover it. At least with numbers, I can quickly ensure myself that all the files were visited and the appropriate ones processed.
Perhaps your tool could provide this info, and also compress the backup files.
Another item I think would be beneficial would be to generate an index listing of all files backed-up by file name sequence, followed by path/directory name. This would perhaps identify duplicate (or obsolete) files. EG. FILE-A located on c:/test/junk and on c:/flight-path/runway directories. These files (FILE-A) could be legitimate, or duplicates, or one could be obsolete. This would be very difficult to discover using a manual or other tool.
This index listing could be used for restoring files. The user could enter the file name (such as FILE-A), and then be presented with a listing of all the entries for FILE-A followed by the directory entry for each one. This would ensure that the correct file is restored to the correct location. Another feature might be an on-demand audit, where backup and source files are compared and information such as number of versions, unmatched files, duplicates, etc., could be determined.
Just a few (perhaps) different things to ponder.
Optional log of file names that could not be replicated.
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Feb 15 2019
The reason the fixes weren't working is because I'd caused VB6 IDE to crash before saving the source files to disk... So the debug version of the application had the fixes, but the next load of the project did not still have them.
Added Me.SetFocus after selecting folder... which seems now to have made the problem go away. Removing the SetFocus causes the problem to return. SO, I'm calling it. RESOLVED. BEEN RESOLVED, baby.
Now the problem is back. Weirdness.
Well, okay. I added the proper handle to the owner of the folder browser, and the problem went away. Then I reset it back to 0 like Karen had originally and still the problem had gone away. I'm not sure what I've missed, but going to mark this resolved.
Feb 14 2019
Using https://github.com/mtibben/html2text by Michael Tibben
This also sorta sucks: I mean, "needs improvement." hehe
And, here's how it looks for me in Thunderbird with View Message as Plain Text on:
Feb 11 2019
Feb 6 2019
Jan 16 2019
I've verified that Time Sync does work on Windows 10.
Jan 15 2019
Directory Printer is ASCII through and through starting with the folder browser. Fixing this before a .NET rewrite isn't worth the effort. Time to break off and rewrite this thing.
Jan 14 2019
And this works
From: J:\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\ To: Y:\T117\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\
This works, too? Then what's the problem?
From: J:\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\node_modules\grunt-contrib-nodeunit\node_modules\nodeunit\node_modules\tap\node_modules\runforcover\node_modules\bunker\node_modules\burrito\node_modules\ To: Y:\T117\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\node_modules\grunt-contrib-nodeunit\node_modules\nodeunit\node_modules\tap\node_modules\runforcover\node_modules\bunker\node_modules\burrito\node_modules\
This also works:
From: J:\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\node_modules\grunt-contrib-nodeunit\node_modules\nodeunit\node_modules\tap\node_modules\runforcover\node_modules\bunker\node_modules\burrito\node_modules\uglify-js\test\unit\compress\test\ To: Y:\T117\home\Documents\DEV\workspaces\Zend\workspaces\Winett\winett-com\node_modules\grunt-contrib-nodeunit\node_modules\nodeunit\node_modules\tap\node_modules\runforcover\node_modules\bunker\node_modules\burrito\node_modules\uglify-js\test\unit\compress\test\