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4578Proxomitron (was: [NTO] Re: File managers)

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  • Alec Burgess
    Jun 4, 2003
      > Alec, thanks ever so much for suggesting Directory Opus
      > here..

      John: Thanks for the credit :-) They've done a great job.

      If you want another "highly recommended" try Proxomitron web proxy. It tames
      the most recalcitrant sites in a way none of the other pop-up stoppers / ad
      blockers can even begin to approach. And this one is totally free!


      The author (Scott Lemon) just went on sabbatical - ie. closed his [1]
      website (it displays a kanji script (a haiku?) which if translated with [2]
      alta-vista etc basically says [3] "I'm outa here!"). The program is still
      [2] available and has an active [4] yahoo support group. Scan back to about
      June 1/2003 if you want to follow the controversy. My recommendation is that
      after you get Proxomitron up and running, you then get the JD5000 filter set
      to use with it. (Also available at [5] but JD has his own [6] Proxomitron

      1. Proxomitron home page: http://www.proxomitron.org/
      2. Computer cops forums - current Proxomitron source:
      3. Altavista translation: http://tinyurl.com/dhx7
      4. >>
      -- Going out
      -- Obtaining
      -- ま <-- this (Unicode) character doesn't translate. Any guesses?
      -- It does,
      -- It is
      5. Yahoo support group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/prox-list/
      6. http://www.jd5000.net/

      Regards ... Alec

      ---- Original Message ----
      From: "John Zeman" <john041650@...>
      To: <ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 18:03
      Subject: [NTO] Re: File managers

      > Thought I'd bring this back to the top as about three
      > weeks ago I finally got around to taking a serious look
      > at the Directory Opus file manager. I'd totally
      > forgotten who had mentioned here a few months back until
      > I saw Alec's name on the DOpus support list yesterday..
      > Three weeks ago I downloaded their 60 day free trial
      > software and two hours later I was back online purchasing
      > Directory Opus. Quite frankly this file manager puts
      > PowerDesk to shame.. I've only found one minor thing I
      > couldn't do with it, and the author answered my email to
      > him saying the feature I requested is part of the next
      > version they are currently working on..
      > I can't give you the exact price, it's an Australian
      > product, and in Australian currency it's $105. I won't
      > know for sure until I get my credit card statement but I
      > believe the cost to me in U.S. dollars will be around
      > $70..
      > I don't mind paying a fair price for a product that does
      > all that I want, and this file manager does..
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