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Dir Me Up 2.10 released on AmigaOS 4.1.

Date 31-Oct-2013 17:42:00
Topic: software OS4


Dir Me Up 2.10 has been released for AmigaOS 4.1 computers.

Dir Me Up a software to explore and manipulate files, links and drawers of your Amiga.

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Dir Me Up 2.10 has been released for AmigaOS 4.1 computers.

Features list
- Display "toast" messages for cut/copy/paste/deletion processes.
- During the copy process, the path is shown in the first progess bar and the file in the second one.
- You can now change the selected types of volumes and volumes from the keyboard.
- When only a single file/drawer is archived, it provides a default archive name.
- In the view by icon, icons are now displayed correctly, including files.
- Fixed a display bug that occurred if the loading/resizing of an icon failed. This could result in huge lines or columns.
- If a bookmark no longer exists, a message is displayed before deleting it automatically.
- Updated Greek and Italian translation.
- ...

As usual, this update is free for all registered users and has been sent to them.

A tutorial is available online

More details on our website.

You can download a demo allowing (only) browsing
here or there.

Dir Me Up, improve your Amiga!




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