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Re: filmscanners: VueScan Viewer(Mac)



On 11/19/01 10:23 PM, Bill Fernandez <bill_sub@billfernandez.com>, wrote:

>Over the many years I've been using the Mac I've found the simplest, 
>fastest, most reliable way to handle these situations is to set the 
>creator and type correctly.  Then Every Mac you move these files to 
>now and in the future will handle them correctly.
>
>There are several programs that let you do this, but the one I've 
>been using for many years is Daniel Azuma's File Typer.  This comes 
>with the ability to create Auto Typer "droplets"...

Yep.  That's exactly what I use, too.  Great minds think alike, eh?

I have a set of AutoTypers for my most-needed file type conversions.  
These are kept in a tabbed window at the bottom of my screen.  The 
window's icon view is set to Button mode, to make large drag targets.  
Then, when I need to type convert a file, all it takes is a quick drag to 
the bottom of the screen, the window pops up, and I drop the file on the 
appropriate AutoTyper.

There are some shareware/freeware contextual menu plug-ins which provide 
the same functionality with a control-click on a file's icon.  I've tried 
a couple of these and found them buggy.  Perhaps there are some good 
ones, but the AutoTypers-in-tabbed-window thang is just about as fast, 
and totally reliable.

--
Julian Vrieslander <mailto:julianv@mindspring.com>




 




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