XYplorer is a portable multi-tabbed dual pane file manager featuring a powerful file search, versatile preview facilities, a highly customizable interface, and an array of unique ways to efficiently automate frequently recurring tasks. XYplorer is a tool rather than a toy, and targets power users and computer professionals who are looking for an Explorer replacement that deserves its name. Features: File search supporting Boolean logic, Regular Expressions, pattern matching, and binary string search. Multiple location search. Various sorts of file system reports (to clipboard, file, and printer). Export extended file informations of whole directories/trees to CSV-formatted files. Column Width Auto-Adjustment. Show folder sizes right in the file list. For each file and folder, the (real!) disk space used is immediately displayed. Browser-like history functionality. Can define favorite folders and drop on favorites. Can highlight (configurable colors) folders in treeview. A large suite of useful commands added to the standard file context menu, including Copy To, Move To, Copy Filename with Path, Copy File Properties, Copy Icon, Batch Rename. Icon-extraction, multifile time-stamping and attribute-stamping. Instant display of complete file information for each selected file. Thumbnails of image files right in the list view. Instant preview of image (all common formats), audio (incl. mp3, ogg, ape, musepack), and video files (displaying detailed media information). ID3-tag editing. Preview of installed and uninstalled font files. Instant file content view for all files (ASCII and binary), including ultra-fast text extraction from binaries. Full support for drag n drop and wheel mouse. Made to handle heavy-duty jobs. Easy to install, and easy to remove. Installing and running the program does not change your system or registry. Easy to use, start working in no time (interface similar to Explorer). Stand-alone, small, fast, and RAM-friendly.
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Produces PNG files (image files similar to GIFs, but
smaller) that contain your email address. When you post them
on your website, it is harder for spammer to harvest them.
You can include the generated image files in the HTML on
your website with: code like this:
[a href="../image/mailto/roedy.png"]email me[/a]
(pretend  are angle brackets)
[mg src="image/mailto/roedy.png" height="24" width="186" alt="my email address"]
You can also mention your email address in public postings
For my email address see http://mindprod.com/image/mailto/roedy.png
It can be read by humans, but it would be more difficult for
automation to harvest the name for spam lists.
You can run it without installing at http://mindprod.com/applet/masker.html
You can also run it standalone as an application with
java -jar masker.jar
It also tells you what it should be sending.
You can also use it as a command line utility:
java -jar mask.jar email@example.com E:\temp\john.png
You can also use it in your own programs with
Mask.createMask( File pngfile, String email );
To install, Extract the zip download with WinZip, available
from http://www.winzip.com (or similar unzip utility) into
any directory you please, often C:\ -- ticking off the (user
folder names) option. To run as an application, type:
java -jar C:\com\mindprod\masker\masker.jar
adjusting as necessary to account for where the jar file is.
See http://mindprod.com/jgloss/mung.html for other techniques to foil spam email harvesters.
The Applet must be signed to allow it to save the png image on your local hard disk.