Backround story.. i fail to port OVPlayer due to incomplate gtk on AROS,I than rewrite entire OVPlayer into zune and used classes+zune/mui functions. In short it was a war against lost time while trying to port OVPlayer.
amiPGP-RecoVer was the last tool i compiled for 68k amiga back than and i become aros user and backup all my 68k codes into a cd which i found today and back ported from 68k to aros and called arosPGP-RecoVer..
After Oliver Brunner released libgtk-muii than tryed to port few gtk apps to AROS but failed due to missing functions and i than i rewrite OVPlayer a .ogg player to 100% zune/mui and called zOVPlayer and i should release that soon..
Today i have finished this but not happy with the current look, so i am going to redisign and will upload when happy with the look.. ..
GTK based movie Editor
A GTK based movie Editor also failed but took bit of my free time but nevermind....
HarmonyPlayer installer also done but autoupdate wont kick in yet due to problems i had while trying to implement some new classes and i am holding entire project back just due the classes.
I have added a litle frame where you can see screenshoot without going into multiview or other viewers...
I am fighting with textEditor class to get or add what i want but slow progress..
just compiled and i like to add this to Tx2Pdf when get bit more free time so normal text file can be converted to .PDF and RTF files.
Add'ed frameline so you can see the images but not finish yet...
I have opened a twitter account to test Twitter client for AROS but put on hold atm due to missing mui class and other than job is done from my site... I have not done much twitting but now i have one...
SFSundelete restore's recently deleted last 25 files.
SFS supports a special directory (the ".recycled" directory) which contains the files you most recently deleted. This directory allows you to quickly and easily recover a file you deleted by accident.
Undeleting a file is a matter of moving or copying the file from the Recycled directory to a different location.
The contents of the this special directory is maintained by the filesystem. You're not allowed to move files there or create new files in this directory.
Files stored in the Recycled directory will automatically be deleted when the disk gets full, or when the directory contains more than 25 files.
You're not allowed to change the contents of files stored in the Recycled directory; this also goes for their name, comment, protection bits and date.
The Recycled directory itself will only get created during formatting. It is not possible to create a Recycled directory afterwards (atleast not for now). The Recycled directory can't be deleted, but you are allowed to rename it. It is even possible to move the Recycled directory into a subdirectory so it won't show up in your root directory.
The File Server is going under some major upgrades and will be mostly inaccessible for most today (04/02/2013) and all the files are going to be stored in cloud storage so i dont go over the bandwidth again