TimeToPhoto – how to save original file name

TimeToPhoto creates copies of original photos while processing them. Starting from TimeToPhoto 2.8, the program adds “_timestamp” to the names of created photo files. This way, if the user accidentally selects the folder containing originals for saving processed photos, they will not be overwritten. If you want your processed photos to have the same names …

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APFill Ink Coverage Calculator: Which version of GhostScript to use?

APFill uses the GhostScript 9.XX library for processing PDF, PS and EPS files. When APFill is used on a 64-bit operating system, you need to install a 64-bit version of GhostScript. If the GhostScript library is not installed in the system, APFill will show a corresponding warning at program start and will suggest downloading the …

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Backing up MS SQL databases using APBackup

Today, we will take a look at some examples of MS SQL database backup automation using APBackup. When a task is started in APBackup , you can launch external applications before and after the actual backup process. Besides, you can configure a task not to back up data at all, but to launch these programs …

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“Silent” installation of APBackup.

To install APBackup in the unattended mode (no user’s actions required), you need to launch the installer with the following parameters: apbackup.exe /VERYSILENT /SP- After that, if you have an APBackup registration key, you can activate the program automatically. Just start the program with the following parameter: c:\program files\apbackup\apbackup.exe QUIETREGISTER XXXXX-XXXXX-…-XXXXX where XXXXX-XXXXX-…-XXXXX is your …

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