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    File-Ex

    The subject of needing control over the Windows File Open and File Save dialogue boxes comes up once in awhile here in The Lounge. Way back, there was <post:=468,673>post 468,673</post:> that pointed out a link to a shareware product called File-Ex. I must admit that I never checked on it to see if it was something I could use. However, in <post:=661,623>post 661,623</post:> I came across the program again, via Kelly's web site. The link is at: File-Ex File Dialog Extensions. I just wanted to say that I've installed the 30-day trial to see if I want to pay the $20 bucks to buy a license and it seems pretty straight-up to me. I like to see the "details" view, sorted by most recent file at the top and the software is showing me that in all the apps that I've looked at so far. I just thought I'd give it another mention here in The Lounge, just in case someone else wants to go take a look.

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    Re: File-Ex

    Al,

    Although a little different, when I was running Win XP, I loved this one: Enhanced File Dialog.

    Here's a nice "guide" to the utility, but unfortunately, none of the screenshots are being displayed. The author is aware of it and perhaps the problem will be fixed soon. Enhanced File Dialogs in Action
    Jeff
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    Re: File-Ex

    Just adding <img src=/S/2cents.gif border=0 alt=2cents width=15 height=15> to this, with some similar offerings I've found:
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    DM2 provides several Windows enhancements that may help in every-day work. One of the nicest and most popular features of DM2 is minimizing windows to floating icons

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