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  1. Hi, I am using Windows Vista Home Premium SP2. Will have to try this on my XP install, and also make sure I downloaded the Portable ClickyGone version (Can't imagine I wouldn't have). As for Recuva version (which I know is a little outdated) - 1.46.919. Nope, first time I have struck these symptoms. Was your successful test done while it was displaying found-files (The contents of the window I will most likely be wanting to hide Recuva at), or some other screen?
  2. Perfect! (I had intended to ask if there was also a way of grabbing the ?forms? contents from ?RAM?). Do wish, though, that Piriform would consider adding the extra columns into the output as native functionality. I can't really think of a reason to exclude it. Also hope that eventually someone at Piriform will try and get screenshot programs working with Recuva. P.S Wanted to "Like this" your post, but got " An error occurred You have reached your quota of positive votes for the day" .... which is weird, because it is my first use of this feature, ever.... Something else that probably should be looked into
  3. Is there a reason why the "Save list to text file" context menu option produces a text file without the Last Modified, State, and Comment columns in it?
  4. After finding out that the "Save list to text file" context menu option produces a file without the Last Modified, State, and Comment columns, even though they show as selected columns when selecting what rows to export (See http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=39473), I went looking for other options, mainly in the form of a screenshot of the information, which lead to other issues... Several basic screenshot utilities (http://www.picpick.org/en/ & http://faststone.org...ptureDetail.htm) weren't able to get any of the horizontal, or vertical contents of the list that existed out of the view, in the screenshot. Then after employing a more comprehensive, and very cool screen capture utility (http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html) I was able to get the whole vertical contents of the list in the screenshot, so long as there was no horizontal scrolling required. After expanding all columns to be as wide as the widest row, and trying to screenshot the list, I would get all the horizontal list contents in the screenshot, up until half way down the vertical list contents, where the screenshot would promptly end (Even though the scrolling that is done, with the user watching, went all the way down, then across, to repeat with each window-width). I had thought there was only one type of form (I believe this is the name of the GUI elements), for each purpose, in Windows, and hence cannot understand why so many screenshot utilities are seemingly incompatible. While it would be good to get Recuva working with some screenshot utilities, would be better to just export all the selected columns, in the first place.
  5. I have tried the following Window Hider products: http://clickygone.sourceforge.net/ http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=916 http://code.google.com/p/hwin/ http://officewarfare.net/index.php/window-hider/ http://softdesigner.com/unhider ... that I have successfully used with many other software packages for ages, but after recently finding the very good Piriform product Recuva, have found none seemingly have any effect on any of the programs Windows. Can this be fixed, or is there a reason for this "feature"?
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