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Index of ALL my addons [16/10/2011]


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18.10.2008

Updated:

  • Converber 1.8

  • GIMP 2.6.1

  • GreenBrowser 4.7.1016

  • Karen's Replicator 3.6.2

  • ManyCam 2.3.21

  • PicPick 1.8

  • Screamer Radio 0.4.3

  • Skype 3.8.32.180

  • Slim Browser 4.11

  • SoftPerfect Network Scanner 3.9.180

  • Task Coach 0.71.1

  • Universal Extractor 1.6

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I am having big problems downloading from eSnips and GigaSize so I am unable to download quite a few of the addons that I would of liked. Neither will download the full files. If eSnip requires registration then it won't even let me complete the registration as it won't send me a confirmation email. I am a member of Gigasize but that still won't complete a full download, I just get a 345 Byte file instead of MV2Player.

Looks like potentially some very good addons but not much use unless they can be downloaded.

It might just be the addons I wanted that have problems as I have managed to download other files from eSnips. The problem file was Net Meter 1.1.3

Edited by RedDwarf
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02.12.2008

Updated:

  • 7-Zip 4.62

  • Easy Duplicate File Finder 2.2

  • EMDB 0.70

  • ESBCalc 7.0

  • GIMP 2.6.3

  • Java Runtime Environment 6 Update 11

  • Karen's Replicator 3.6.5

  • Skype 3.8.32.188

  • Songbird 1.0

  • TrueCrypt 6.1a

  • WinSCP 4.1.8

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Hi Rado,

Really appreciate your work and do check for updates regularly. I was wondering if you could probably make it so that it just replaces the XP sound scheme and does not have an entry in the add/remove component of the control panel.

Thanks

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Hey rado, it does not say what the target OS for these addons can be.

I was wondering, can I safely add the PSPAD addon to a Win XP x64 Edition image?

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