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05-28-2017 06:18 AM
xpclient First of all, I must say that oopsie is an OUTSTANDING app. It works with 99% of apps except a few like Windows Photo Viewer/Photo Gallery.

Anyway, my request is: can you make Oopsie save the list of closed folders and apps to some file on disk so it can restore them after a reboot say after installing updates?

Oopsie only works for me as long as it is running. When I restart Windows, everything from the closed app history is lost. Please consider a last revision to add saving the list to disk somewhere and restoring it after a reboot.

I know of a program called SmartClose which can do this (if the developer of Oopsie wants to take a look at how SmartClose does it). But SmartClose only works for 32-bit processes, not 64-bit processes.
02-24-2015 07:06 AM
Moragg

Definitely! Oopsie is always active for me, and it comes in handy any time that I'm trying to manipulate multiple folders/programs. One 1440p just isn't enough :mad:

02-23-2015 04:34 PM
TwoCables

And you know I'm still using it!

02-09-2015 02:03 AM
tompsonn
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

I sure am.
I only use it in specific scenarios, so I even have it pinned for a quick-launch hotkey. cheers.gif

Cool biggrin.gif
02-09-2015 01:43 AM
fragamemnon I sure am.
I only use it in specific scenarios, so I even have it pinned for a quick-launch hotkey. cheers.gif
02-09-2015 01:37 AM
davcc22
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Originally Posted by tompsonn View Post

Is anyone still using this lol?
I forgot about It lol
02-09-2015 01:33 AM
tompsonn Is anyone still using this lol?
05-14-2014 02:22 PM
TwoCables

Bump!

 

You will find that you need this little program.

05-08-2014 06:17 AM
FateousMaximous
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Originally Posted by Bearybear View Post

To be fair, the fact that it's obviously not his machine and he's in a "Uni environment" implies that he shouldn't even be attempting to install anything.
Pretty Much

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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

So, it won't even be installed. Wow. How strict of them.
I'm going to disagree with this. As a lab tech, I don't want non techs installing whatever software they want that can cause problems for us down the line, not saying that OOpsie! would. Deep Freeze is really nice because no matter what a student does, it can be fixed with a simple reboot.
05-07-2014 01:45 PM
TwoCables
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If he has something LIKE Deep Freeze installed on the machine,
chances are Oopsie! won't even be there after the reboot.
He will basically need to reinstall it after every reboot (not exactly ideal heh)

 

So, it won't even be installed. Wow. How strict of them.

 

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Originally Posted by Bearybear View Post

To be fair, the fact that it's obviously not his machine and he's in a "Uni environment" implies that he shouldn't even be attempting to install anything.

 

Yeah, I was thinking this exactly. It's like someone saying that they are having problems doing something unique to their work computer. I'm like, "Dude. lol"

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