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Textify up-to-date end-of-life 3 users starred this package
Description: Have you ever wanted to copy some text from a dialog box which doesn’t provide such functionality?
Textify was created to solve this problem: you can point your mouse over the text, click on the mouse shortcut (Shift + Middle click by default), and get a selectable view of the text.
Android Studio 2 users starred this package
Description: WARNING: start “bin\studio.exe” instead of “bin\studio64.exe” if you only have 32 bit JDK installed.
WARNING 2: environment variable “JAVA_HOME” should be defined and should point to a valid JDK (e.g. “C:\Program Files\JDK”)
IDE for android development
CPU-Z 64 bit end-of-life 2 users starred this package
Description: WARNING: there will be no updates to this package anymore. Since 1.69.2 the installer contains unrelated software.
system profiler that detects the central processing unit, RAM, motherboard chipset and other hardware features
Discord 2 users starred this package
Description: All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone. Designed to be a replacement to Skype and TeamSpeak. Currently has over 11 million users.
CLU 2 users starred this package
Description: command line utility
CLU - Command line utility
clu [help] prints this help clu add-path --path=<path> appends the specified path to the system-wide PATH variable clu remove-path --path=<path> removes the specified path from the system-wide PATH variable clu list-msi lists all installed MSI packages clu get-product-code --file=<file> prints the product code of an MSI file clu unwrap-dir --path <path> move the content of a directory one level higher clu wait --timeout=<milliseconds> wait for the specified amount of time
-p, --path directory path (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\MyProgram) -f, --file path to an MSI package (e.g. C:\Downloads\MyProgram.msi) -t, --timeout timeout in milliseconds (e.g. 10000) -c, --title software title in the Software control panel -e, --encoding file encoding
The process exits with the code unequal to 0 if an error occcures.
If the output is redirected, the texts will be encoded as UTF-8.