APFill 5.6 allows users to use MS Excel files as templates for processing the results of document coverage measurements.
A new version of APBackup 3.8 has been released:
A new version of Universal Desktop Ruler 3.6, a program for measuring on-screen objects, has been released
Once the main backup file has been created, APBackup enables you to save it to 3 additional folders (on a local disk, on a portable drive and in a network location) and upload it to an FTP server (in this case, the server acts as the fourth additional folder). You can specify unique file names …
In Windows, the maximum length of a file name is defined as MAX_PATH = 260 characters. In the APBackup copy mode, however, the resulting length of an archived file can exceed this limit – and this can cause a problem.
APBackup allows you to run backup tasks using both the built-in Zip64 archiver and the majority of external archivers. To configure an external archiver for use with APBackup, you need to create/edit an external archiver configuration file (*.EMC). The APBackup distribution package contains configuration files for the most popular tools: WinRar, WinZip, Arj, 7-Zip, etc. …
Let’s see what effect the “resolution” and “default page size” parameters produce when ink (toner) coverage of a document is measured in APFill Ink Coverage Calculator.
TimeToPhoto 2.6 has been released. Some new EXIF tags can be added to photos now: Camera maker, Camera model, GPS direction, Exposure time, F-Number, ISO. We have also added a new feature for saving last used folders for photo browsing and stamped photos saving.
A new version of APBackup 3.7 has been released: In this version:
A new version of Universal Desktop Ruler 3.4, a program for measuring on-screen objects, has been released. In this version: – Windows 7 compatibility – Scale settings are saved between program launches – The clipboard copy (Excel) routine has been improved