Talk:Useful 3rd party tools to complement TC

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Updating the list of tools

To update the list of tools:

  • Find out which entry was last added to the list. See "Last entry added:" somewhere at the top of the page.
  • Click on the external link at the end of the last added entry. This brings you to the forum message where the tool was mentioned.
  • Search the next forum messages for recommended tools that are not listed already.
  • Add the tools you find to the list and update the entry behind "Last entry added:".

CLCL

Hello Sheepdog!

I've just tried to add a link to CLCL: as a new page, unfortunately I am too stupid or this page contains too much code! Could you please add a link to the page "CLCL: clipboard caching utility"?

Thanks, --Stance 13:56, 8 Feb 2006 (EST)

(This entry was originally written in German. Translated by --White 00:18, 22 December 2009 (UTC))


Hi Stance,
the link to CLCL is already there (page 22), but this page isn't completely formatted yet. I had a *.html version but it also does not go further than page 33 or so. Therefore, this page is not online yet (as you can see if you click on 'What links here').
Why further links does not work, I will investigate later.
Sheepdog 8. February 2006 19:17 (GMT)}

(This entry was originally written in German. Translated by --White 00:18, 22 December 2009 (UTC))


Hello Sheepdog!
Sorry, I did not know that I am on a "construction site", I thought the colored layout was the final layout of the page.
However, you will have noticed that currently you have to scroll the page vertically for miles.
A good idea actually, to create a page title with the name of the forum thread. That's why I thought it was a good idea to include CLCL on a separate page, the last 3 forum pages are almost exclusively about CLCL.
The men in the forum could make something constructive here.
Edit: Perhaps add a link to CLCL in Tools / Viewer?
Friendly--Stance 11:05, 9 Feb 2006 (EST)

(This entry was originally written in German. Translated by --White 00:18, 22 December 2009 (UTC))

Clarity?

Quite a large list without question, but I doubt that it really interests people. I've given up after 2 pages, it's just too much and the entries are not documented well enough. Perhaps the list should be limited to only include entries that are somehow related to Totalcommander - for example, what is Open Office doing here? --BrausePaul 10:37, 15 Mar 2007 (EST)

(This entry was originally written in German. Translated by --White 00:18, 22 December 2009 (UTC))