CryptEdit rtf editor

Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
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CryptEdit rtf editor

#1 Post by teobromina » Tue Apr 03, 2007 11:29 am

Hello, I have right now posted in Freware discusions a messaje on CrypEdit (donationware) http://portablefreeware.com/forums/view ... =5152#5152

i do not know if it can be included in the database.

A downloadindg link I have found for this program is this interesting site: http://www.woundedmoon.org/win32_freeware.html, and to be more exact: http://www.woundedmoon.org/win32/ce/ceditdl.html

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#2 Post by AlephX » Wed Apr 04, 2007 1:01 am

I would guess what cmmehl wrote: http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... =cryptedit

Anyway: it does write settings in the registry.


Teobramina, as you are a very hard working user ( :D ), why don´t you start to test the programs with regshot or sandboxie? It would help you to realize the portability of the apps (quite) very easily...
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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#3 Post by teobromina » Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:31 am

AlephX wrote:why don´t you start to test the programs with regshot or sandboxie? It would help you to realize the portability of the apps (quite) very easily...
Thankyou AlephX. I am very glad to collaborate, according to my capacity, with this fantastic team that maintains the more 'proffessional' database of portable apps I know.

The answer to your question is basically 'because I did not know what tools to use'. I sometimes have used RegSeeker to see if there is something related to a program written in the registry, but probably is not the best tool for doing so, and get discouraged by the experience. :oops:

May be is a good idea to put clearly visible in the main page, a small tutorial with recommended tools like the ones you mention and a direct link to download them in order to facilitate the job. :idea:

I guess that Sandboxie must not be portable because I do not see it in the database. But I have found a link by means of Google. I am going to use the tools you propose and we will see... :roll:

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#4 Post by AlephX » Wed Apr 04, 2007 11:56 pm

Hi Teobramina,

first of all, thanks for the posts :D
I have always to thank all the many users who help a lot (and I am one of them :) )

the simplest tool to use is Regshot (Portable). I would suggest to use SandBoxie, because every test lets your registry be bloated...

Regshot is in the database: http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=297

and a tutorial (still to finish) is at

http://regshot.pbwiki.com/

Just to remember: for example, the first time I used Regshot I was scared by many entries... BRRRR... then Andrew helped me to focus them: it is important that the settings (options, last position of the app window) are not in the registry; if not, you loose your preferences when you change the PC. The most recent used files, or cryptography keys, are almost always modified by the OS itself, but don´t influence the portability....

JAVA, .NET are not in every machine and thus a .NET requiring app is not portable... Imagine what will happen in the future with so many updates and changes...
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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#5 Post by steve0 » Tue May 13, 2008 5:37 am

Good link!

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#6 Post by Cornflower » Tue May 13, 2008 10:03 am

Another idea I find helpful is to run CCLeaner first before using Regshot just so I have less to weed through, especially if I have to take a shot of some directories (My office machine takes *forever* to make a shot if I have to include the Windows Directory).

I really like the registry pre-output screen on version 2, so I can untick those registry branches I know are not pertinent, now if only the link to the Directories was visible as it was in earlier versions....

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#7 Post by toomuchjunk » Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:46 am

AlephX wrote:I would guess what cmmehl wrote: http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... =cryptedit

Anyway: it does write settings in the registry.


Teobramina, as you are a very hard working user ( :D ), why don´t you start to test the programs with regshot or sandboxie? It would help you to realize the portability of the apps (quite) very easily...
Sorry for the bumped thread, but I need to inquire about Sandboxie. I have been hearing a lot about running apps and programs "sandboxed" but have yet to give it a try. How exactly does it work and how does it help us realize portability? Also, does it still have the ability to single out an application running on a dedicated server with high availability? There are a few questions that if I knew the answers, I feel like I could do some pretty creative things with my computing.
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#8 Post by webfork » Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:50 am

toomuchjunk wrote:how does it help us realize portability?
There are many different ways to test for portability and sandboxing is just one of them. Most sandboxing tools by nature track any changes a software tries to make to the OS at the same time preventing the program from doing anything it shouldn't. Its a good first step for unknown software while finding out how the program behaves.

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