Hi there, my dear java-damned-script fans!
Today I used to find an strange bug in pretty little fine-looking-hints library, called BoxOver from here. As you know, for the chars ", [ and ] with this library you must use ", [[ and ]] to display… It works, but only once for brackets.
So, I tried to find a fix… None found. At the forum some guy gave an ugly fix with &rbr; and so on…
Shame on you guys, did you ever heard of regexp syntax? 😉
Here’s the BoxOver library with fixed [ and ] brackets display:
BTW, when I tried to register on forum to post my fix – I can’t – because of captcha insult, and that’s why I posted it here.
Look at this:
It’s all virtual. And this is not a professional’s work. Those beautiful product boxes, books, and even DVDs – just in two clicks from you.
This is all a Box Shot 3D software, and it’ll cost a fifty if you want to remove watermarks from shareware version.
Some blah-blahs from official site:
Box Shot 3D is a virtual cover renderer based on ray tracing algorithms. What does this mean? Simply put, the box shots you create will look very realistic. This attractive display is often the deciding factor for purchasing products.
Because of high rendering technology, Box Shot 3D’s rendering is so life-like, customers may think they are seeing the actual product photo. Visit here for more details.
Please look at our product comparison here and judge for yourself the best, most economical and efficient method of creating your perfect product box shot.
This program worth a fifty. Of course you can spent this fifty it for a couple of good 3D design books, and then you can find a good freeware 3D editor, and learn how to use it, and then you’ll be able to render your product box shots! Or, as another way, you can pay a fifty to professional. He’ll do a work for you. One time.
Resume: try it, buy it, use it! My mark: 10 of 10 possible!
I was looking for a windows (I mean win32) command-line send mail utility, something like Unix’s SendMail. And again – all I find worth $$. But when I look harder – I found two little utilities. They’re almost perfect.
Product that may cover most of your needs. Not a sendmail itself, but this is what most people mean when said “sendmail, windows, freeware”. Send your messages from command line, from batch files, from scripts etc. Authorisation and all the stuff is onboard. Opensource. C++. SourceForge based management. Active development.
What is Blat (and what does it do)? Blat is a small, efficent SMTP command line mailer for Windows. It is the SMTP *sending* part of an eMail User Agent (MUA) or eMail client. As such, Blat sends eMail via SMTP (or internet eMail) from the command line, or CGI, …
What is Blat not? Blat is NOT a drop in replacement for the Unix SENDMAIL, MAIL, MAILX utilities (or for that matter, any other eMail tool you can think of). A Perl script written to use these, for example, will not work without some tweaking.
You can download fresh Blat (sorta freeware sendmail for windows) from here: Blat’s download page.
Simplier one freeware sendmail utility – from John Wood, and it’s in v0.1 Beta state, and seems like author will not support it anymore ever (he called it a 10 minuter in 2005), and it’s written in C# (i.e. if you don’t have dotnetfx installed – so now you have to), but: a) it works; b) it’s simplier than blat; c) it small; d) it’s opensource.
The thing is, .Net gives you everything you need to send email, in an SmtpMail class. To send mail from the command line, I just had to expose this class – and how difficult could that be?! It had to be another 10 minuter.
So once again I did it myself. To save others the hassle of searching through google, or paying cash, I’ve compiled it into a simple command-line utility and put it up on my website.
Sure it’s nothing fancy, but it appears to get the job done from the limited testing I’ve run.
You can download Free SendMail Utility for Windows (a simple freeware sendmail for windows) from here: Free SendMail’s download page.
As for me – the first one is the best.
Hope I helped you to find what you want 😉
BlogJet is a commercial blog client for Windows. And I made this and previous posts using this software. Hmmm. BlogJet is much better than BlogDesk one…. But I still need to edit the post after posting is done. Where are papagraph styles? Where are h1 h2 h3 h4 etc… ?? Where is real WYSIWYG editor? Where is image properties editing after I inserted it? Where human-readable image naming (check this out – in previous post image on my HDD named arch-enemy-2007-rise-of-the-tyrant-promo.jpg became some kind of non-seo non-human non-anyone set of letters)?
Author may talk about money, work to be done, “how he make controls that were snatched by microsoft”, and some mental shit, but I must say one thing. BlogJet is crap. Just like BlogDesk. Please note that BlogDesk is free to use, when BlogJet’s author wants $39.95. I’ll put them both in one place – and it will be /dev/null.
The official site says
Blog editor on steroids.
Now better than ever.
1. Remember, kids, steroids are bad. And this piece of binary crap proves it.
2. If this is better than ever – what’s bad?
3. Why 2.0? Did you anything for it? NO! It must be 1.99 – and so on – 1.100, 1.101.
Today I’ll test a software called BlogDesk. Here is their icon , and here is their web-site.
BlogDesk is the offline weblog client, features WYSIWYG editor, ImageWizard, Thumbnails creator etc. For example I inserted a program’s screenshot, and as you can see, thumbnail generation works wery well 😉 Seems I’ll try to use it for more time, maybe it’s an editor-of-my-dreams….
Seems like BlogDesk is crap. I edited all the links and srcs. Without editing – they all was pointed to “file:// ” (i.e. to my local hard drive).
Now I don’t know if I try this toy anymore.