Archive for January, 2010
I have uploaded “Bach02.ZIP” content to:
They are re-sequenced and re-recorded and and even a bit better sound, I think anyway.
Now you can download for each MP3 file.
Concerto for Two Harpsichords and Orchestra (BWV 1060)
- Largo ovvero Adagio
Concerto for Three Harpsichords, Strings and Continuo in C Major (BWV 1064)
Everything you can download here: http://www.esnips.com/web/BachConcerto
Web Resizer version 22.214.171.1241 has released now.
- Compatibility to Vista and 7
- Some more DPI alternative
- It appeared double Default Profile.ini on the box at first start – has been fixed.
- On Vista. When you want to overwrite a saved profile, showed save as dialog – has been fixed.
- On Vista. Some minor behaviors after multi resize images – has been solved.
Download Web Resizer 1,77 MB (1814 KB // 1 856 652 byte)
New update (version 126.96.36.1998) has releaced.
Works XP, Vista and Se7en
- A few buttons to make the template easy.
- File encryption, decryption function for your safety.
It is indeed the encryption and decryption, which is the biggest change in this version.
These features are designed to protect your password, but you can use these functions to protect your programs, zip files or whatever. Things you want to keep secret for other people.
Maybe you want to give something away to your friends but just friends.
Use this software and encrypt it you want to give away with password, so that nobody can open it.
Give it to him or her, this program (GPW) and password so that he can decrypt the file.
Download (395 KB)
Unzip it and use it. It doesn’t have setup program.
This zip file includes only one file “GPW.exe”.
If you did not want encryption function, you can still download the older version here (239 K).
Someone once said that he downloaded my program somewhere and opened it, so there were many mysterious things with the program. Of course, he was worried if it was a spy program or virus or trojans and stuff… There was nothing like that, but someone had repackaged my programs. So I decided to publish my things with hashes.
In this way, users can identify if the file is genuine.
Therefore I would like myself, very simple hash calculator, and for users, they can compare the files.
You may already have a hash calculator. Then you can use it instead of my calculator, it does not matter what program you use. The result is the same.
For my and your sake of simplicity, I made my program easy to compare 2 hashes also.
This calculator can be used with other manufacturers’ software of course.
If you have received hash(es) from software manufacturers (-Many of those doing so nowadays), and you count its hash and compare them. If they are the same, you have the real thing. Not the real thing can also counter to infect unpleasantness. There is always a good idea to run the virus scan before you open files after all.
It is intended for Windows XP, Vista and 7.
It feels like I forgot something, but I cannot remember right now. Yes yes… I have to say that the icon I use is from Crystal Project Icons, and free skin is AlphaControls Lite Edition from AC team.
Thank you, guys!
Hashes for this ZIP file:
Download MINO Hash Calculator (591 KB)
No setup program. Just unzip it and run.
I’ve tried to create MidiToWav with Microsoft Visual Studio Visual C++.Net2008 which is installed on my Vista. I managed to open and play the MIDI file.
It seems only to use the DirectX SDK, and I did it and it was almost easy. Too easy, one can say. It worked well in Vista and 7, but not XP. When I double clicked on the EXE file, it said I need to download .Net Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 which is 231,5 MB.
My XP is “XPPro SP2″ and there is no Framework 3.5. It is an irony that the program file is less than 100 KB and to use it, I had to download 231,5 MB.
I checked the Visual Studio Project Property, where I see I always use .NET2 or .NET3 regardless, I want to or not. Soon there will be 4. It is the way Microsoft wants, I think. It makes easy and secure, for both users and developers, I ought to keep up with MS, but it feels wrong.
So, I terminated the project “MidiToWav” in Visual C++.Net.
I have good news too.
I learned that I could use DirectX, and someone made Delphi Unit. I can use IT.
I was thinking to do a bit visually attempt to convince you. So I looked on the web thoughtfully such as skins. And I found them.
If you are using an old Delphi like me.., it’s fun. You can make your app with the skin but won’t cost you anything. It is freeware components.
It includes many skins, and you can make your own, too. SXSkin uses Graphics32 which supports many graphic formats with GraphicEx image library by Mike Lischke (http://www.soft-gems.net/).
You can do a lot with this skin component, though.
Unfortunately, manufacturers’ site (http://www.saarixx.info/sxskincomponents/en/) is not available now, but you can download it from Torry’s Delphi Page (http://www.torry.net/). Go to Components > Component Packs > Skins and Themes Packs(http://www.torry.net/pages.php?id=1544) and seek there!
AlphaControls Lite Edition
This is a light version of AlfaControls and works without any limitations in Delphi 5/6/7/2005/2006/2007/2009/2010 and C++ Builder 6/2006/2007/2009/2010. And it works.
You can download it from AC Team (http://www.alphaskins.com).
Now I have appropriate soundcard driver for Seven and tested MidiToWav on seven.
And it works!
If you use Seven, you can use any version you want.
This project will not continue any longer.
It includes screenshot software (Snipping Tool) since Microsoft launched Windows Vista. It feels unnecessary and pointless to make a new version, if it is not very special…I think that my program is not special.
I’m using Vista, but make software on XP for compatibility’s sake. So it is still downloadable for XP users.
If you want to put a watermark on your photos, you can use it because it works just fine on Vista and Seven.