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Software News   Software News : NetClip renamed to LANClip, 0.2 released
   posted by xeron on 22-Sep-2003 14:40:33 (1704 reads)
Ahem... I wasn't planning on releasing an update this soon, but apparently there is already a program called NetClip that does a similar job, programmed by Rudi Chiarito, so from 0.2 my program is called "LANClip".

LANClip now features commodities support, and a small bugfix in the preferences editor.

You can download it from my website.
    

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