What do you think about a plugin pack?

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Best plugins to use? (sort of precompiled Plugins Pack)

Yes i think it's a good idea for average users
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mmmmh well, I think You can learn yourself as I've done!
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No! plugins must be installed manually one-by-one!
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There is no need of such a thing at all! Are You crazy?
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Total votes: 19

KtW
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What do you think about a plugin pack?

Post by KtW » Mon Apr 18, 2005 11:05 pm

...I've See t-rex replying at evert Our post suggesting Us all to use that or this pluging ;)

...Well if we make a "Must Have" plugin list?

...Do You think will be a nice idea? (expecially for novice users)

...Recently i've learned of some plugins that before i've ingored because I don't think that can be useful to me LOL!!! :)

...If we compile a pluginsfaq.txt with a good description and list about what our "Must Have" plug-in can do, I think that the community can be grateful and expand with more speed... :)

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t-rex
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Post by t-rex » Mon Apr 18, 2005 11:20 pm

Just for start - must have plugins:
[ESC]
BackgroundCopy
Colorer
ConsoleManager
DialogManager
EditCompletion
gSpell
InstallExplorer
MacroView
MouseSelect
PluginRingViewer
RegistryBrowser
Search&Replace

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The Underscore which is a plugin manager, it's not yet available in english, only russian.

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WARP ItSelf
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Post by WARP ItSelf » Wed Apr 20, 2005 4:07 am

The Underscore has english .lng strings, but there is no english help and readme currently (so you may try it at your own risk).

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Post by paul_kiss » Sun May 08, 2005 11:02 pm

The plugin "Named Folders".

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This plugin can be used for fast access to local, net and virtual 
directories in the FAR. Using "cd::abc" you set short name "abc" for 
the directory, opened in the active FAR panel. Then you can jump 
to this directory executing "cd:abc". 

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www: http://www.rammus.ru

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Post by Lofote » Sun May 22, 2005 2:14 pm

  • dirhotlist
    EMenu
    ProcList (especially the F3 functionality to check loaded DLLs and the complete filename+cmdline parms)
    Services
    Uninstall (the Win2000+ uninstall dialog is so damn slow)
    UWizard (many text files incl. REG files are Unicode!)
    VersionInfo (ultra-important for Admins!)
plus (already mentioned):
  • BackgroundCopy (with BCI addon)
    Colorer
These are the things I mostly use along with some KeyMacros, for example Ctrl+D to get to DirHotlist, Ctrl+Alt+F5/F6/F8 to get to Background copy/move/delete and Ctrl+S to get to Services (in Services mode) and the most important F11 menu entries with fixed shortcut keys.

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