CDInterface Studio is a lightweight Windows application that helps you create autoplay or autorun CD menus. It sports a clean and simple interface that offers access to only a few configuration settings.
CDInterface Studio gives you the possibility to select from different preset CD menus, choose the language, specify the saving directory where all your new projects are stored, and save the project to a file for uploading it later.
Other important features worth mentioning enable you to add or remove titles, and upload files by using the step-by-step approach which comes in handy especially for rookies. This way, the program lets you select the folder, apply file filters (EXE and MSI, EXE, PDF or CHM), and you can also make the utility scan the subfolders as well.
What’s more, CDInterface Studio provides different tools built specifically for helping you perform various operations with ease, such as customizing the installation button, label info and title in terms of font style, background colour, opacity, and font colour. What’s more, you can upload ICO images which can be used as icons for the CDs.
Since it doesn’t pack many configuration settings, even less experienced users can master the process with minimum effort.
During our testing we have noticed that the tool carries out a task quickly and without errors throughout the entire process. It manages to remain light on the computer resources, so it doesn’t hamper system performance, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
To sum things up, CDInterface Studio offers a simple software solution when it comes to creating autoplay or autorun CD menus.Q:
Excel VBA: add information after found text
I am trying to find text in a cell in a specific column and get the next columns information:
Range(“A2”).Value = Application.Match(“Win”, Range(“A:A”), 0)
Range(“C” & Range(“A2”).Row).Select
Range(“B” & Range(“A2”).Row).Select
Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues eea19f52d2
ScrnSnap is a simple yet reliable piece of software designed to provide you with an efficient means of grabbing screenshots, in just a few key presses. The application is fairly easy to work with, allowing you to set the hotkeys you want to use for capturing images.
Capture activity in several modes
ScrnSnap provides you with three distinct functioning modes, each with their own characteristics. As such, you can capture ‘Full Screen’ images, that will include all the items present on your desktop; the ‘Active Window’ utility will only grab a picture of the currently used window. The ‘Custom Region’ enables you to manually select the area that you want to capture.
An interesting component is the ‘Web Capture’ function. By entering the complete URL address of a web site, you can obtain a screenshot of the whole page. The snapped picture will be saved instantly to a previously set location, the default path being your desktop. The program also supports ‘Capturing Delay’, meaning you can set for a number of milliseconds to pass, before ScrnSnap takes the snapshot.
Save screenshots and upload to FTP
The ‘Win Object Capture’ feature makes use of Win32 API and enables you to obtain a screenshot of your Windows objects using colored rectangles to grab the handles.
ScrnSnap has an ‘Upload to FTP’ function, which allows you to automatically send any grabbed picture to your FTP account. Similarly, the ‘Upload to Imgur’ feature enables you to instantly save your images to imgur.com, providing you with the corresponding URL address.
Being a portable utility, ScrnSnap will not create any registry entries on your system. Additionally, you can remove it simply by deleting its containing folder. At the same time, this means you can carry ScrnSnap with you on a USB stick or memory card, allowing you to use it on any computer.
ScrnSnap is a great tool, that can come in handy when you need to capture snapshots, while the multiple features and functions it offers make it a useful application for anyone.
It’s a common question.
The reason why you do not have an iso for x64 on your download page is because you do not provide an iso for it.
To make it easy for you to add the x64 iso, you can use the quick form to submit the iso and then link to it in the release notes.
What I assume you mean by that question is that the comments and replies you see from outside users