I've tried it on both IE and Firefox, so it can't just be the browser.DMEX BAR..........Long one of Shell City's favorites, adds very useful functions to Windows Explorer. DMEX appears in the toolbar area of the windows explorer showing some new buttons to extend the explorer by a wide range of new features like: Open two explorer windows being aligned side by side. Fast copying and moving of files between two aligned explorer windows - Keyboard shortcuts. Tile all open explorer windows on the screen. Rename, change date or change attributes of multiple selected files at once with wildcards. Creating Hot Paths, which are like the Favourites in the Internet Explorer, for simple and fast change to these directories. Open DOS shell windows or run any other user-specified programs using the current directory or selected files as parameters. Create new subdirectories - only one mouseclick away. Select and deselect files with wildcards. Expand and collapse partial tree branches - Substitute directories as drives (NT compatible OS only). Copy path and filename information to the cl
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On http://shellcity.net/cgi-bin/DB_Search/ ... rch=SEARCH the entry for DMEX Bar ends abruptly:
Not quite sure how that would contribute to the survival of the (missing) link's species. Maybe the loss of information results in only those seriously interested in the program taking the time to further investigate it thereby dissuading casual potential downloaders to use (waste) the site's bandwidth resources?JohnT wrote:The entry following it also ends abrubtly....EVOLUTION