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Topic review - file extension filter
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FILExt has been given permission to display the file extension database produced by the Associate This! program. Some of that data has already been included into the main FILExt database; but, not all. Those entries which have not yet been incorporated are shown below in the hope that they will be of some use. Data collected by FILExt on registered file extensions from user systems is also in the display. Be aware this is raw data which may require further research on your part to fully understand. In particular, look at the Program ID. Often a company will put the program's name into the short ID that Windows uses to open registered file extensions. If that's not the case, look at the complete path to the EXE file. Often, programs will install themselves into directories that give either the program or company name. The program name itself may also be used as the EXE file name. These listings are particularly important since they represent listings that are in actual use by users who have sumbitted data to FILExt and therefore these listings can point you to the most likely candidate should there be multiple entries in the FILExt main database.
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Post Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:15 am
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Hello all,

1. I think it would be helpful for many of us if we could explicit choose the type of files we'd like to download from a site e.g. only bmp, jpg, mp3, mpg and so on.
the extensions should be definable by user.
We would not have to download and delete the unwanted stuff afterwards.

2. There should be a "quick mode" : Just mark the things on the site you want to downlad and click. No more questions, tick-boxes and hooks and additional clicks.

3. This popping-up bubble coming out of the FDM-symbol in the sys-tray should be disableble.

was using version 1.9 until now. sadly doesn't work correctly any longer.
great work, thank you !

all have a good time !
LTU
Post Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2009 11:05 am

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