|Comment by: Xeron (188.8.131.52)||At: 25 Oct 2008, 13:11||File version: 1.0|
|Oooh crap. I actually checked the icon in a hex editor to make sure it was a|
proper icon and not a PNG file, but that was in the development directory. When
preparing the release, i didn't copy the icon from the development directory to
the release directory, and it seems the one there was PNG. :-/
I'll do a re-upload soon.
|Comment by: Cobra (184.108.40.206)||At: 25 Oct 2008, 12:07||File version: 1.0|
|great prog, a couple of suggestions:|
- Make the icon an Amiga icon as AmigaOS does not include the png icon module by
default so many people won't even see the program's icon
- If there's no installer, at least put the files into a directory within the
archive as that makes it easier to install (e.g. by dragging the drawer to the
|Comment by: anonymous (220.127.116.11)||At: 01 Dec 2006, 11:36||File version: 0.4|
I suspect that problem is with the "zip" command installed on your
|Comment by: Lio (18.104.22.168)||At: 30 Nov 2006, 23:03||File version: 0.4|
|Thanks, it is a nice and extremely usefull addition.|
here is a bug I found :
I created .zip archive with png and txt files (inside the same dir).
I dearchived with unarc and when I double click on any extracted files, I got an
error message about "file is read protected".
this does not happen with lha
|Comment by: Chris Scott (22.214.171.124)||At: 23 Nov 2006, 18:55||File version: 0.3.1|
|Cranu is a fantastic complement to Unarc, but the one thing it is missing is|
drag and drop support. I put it in Amidock next to Unarc, and I'm used to being
able to drop files onto icons in Amidock, but it doesn't work with Cranu!
I think it should treat the files you drop onto Cranu as the ones you want
compressing and automatically add them to the right-hand pane. Then you'd just
need to specify a filename for the archive and hit "Start".
Still even as it is, it's very handy, so many thanks for developing it! :-)