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Dir Me Up 2.70 released for AmigaOS 4.1
« on: March 20, 2016, 08:13:04 PM »
via amigaworld.net....

An update of Dir Me Up, the modern Amiga explorer, has been released for AmigaOS 4.1-capable systems: version 2.70. Dir Me Up is a utility to explore and manipulate files, links and drawers of your Amiga.

What's new in 2.70?
  • Copy / Optimization for a cut/paste operation if made on the same volume.
  • Copy / The accuracy of the overall progress bar has been improved, particularly noticeable when copying a drawer.
  • Copy / The available space is checked on the destination. If there is not enough space, a warning requester is displayed (ability to copy all that can be).
  • Copy / Drag&drop from the Workbench now also uses the overall progress bar.
  • Copy / The end notification now specifies if it's a copy or a move operation.
  • Copy / Free space is updated for the affected volumes after a copy or move.
  • Deletion / The available space on a volume is updated after deletion.
  • Miscellaneous / It now displays the available memory for RAM: volume.
  • Translation / Spanish, Italian and German translations completed.
  • Compilation with the latest public available SDK (53.30).
  • Prefs / .pb extension (PureBasic) added as source.
  • Prefs / .tiff extension added as image.

As usual, this update is free for all registered users and has been sent to them. Don't forget to add our e-mail in your adress book to avoid the SPAM filter.

A tutorial is available online in English or Greek.

More details on our website.

You can download a demo allowing (only) browsing here or there.

Dir Me Up, improve your Amiga!
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here."