You need admin rights I think. pretty sure you did before and I never checked with the newer unlockers lol
Ok, thanks. I'll update that.
It is kind of stealth, writes to registry I think but it was just a legacy thing which all programs write to I think.
I'm going to wait on this, since you're not sure. There are several people that download ONLY if it's stealth and I don't want to lead them astray.
It doesn't need unicode since it isnt opening documents.
In that case, can it unlock files whose filenames contain unicode characters? If yes, then it supports unicode; otherwise, it doesn't. Also, can you rename the file to a filename containing unicode characters?
No real path either so its portable since you launch it from where you place it.
So, should I leave it as N/A, since it doesn't apply? The other options are ones like "automatic relative path", "manual relative path" and other options which define how the path is stored.
Another thing I like to do and I mentioned in on previous page I think, but I like making a shortcut of the unlocker.exe and placing it in sendto older. Then I can send files/folders to it and have it unlocked automatically. But this isn't really a "portable" thing because shortcut breaks when you unplug usb
Yeah, I do something similar by making Unlocker a "favorite tool" in FreeCommander
. As a favorite tool, I select the file I want, click the Unlocker icon and it opens that file in Unlocker.
In FreeCommander, you can make the path drive independent by using the "%FcSrcDrive%" FreeCommander environment variable. This variable contains the drive letter (e.g. "E:") from where FreeCommander was run. So, I have "%FcSrcDrive%\Unlocker\UnlockerPortable.exe" as the program path for the Unlocker program in my "favorite tools".
writing tools that make writing code a little easier