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Announcement from Ticklefish: Version 16 Now Available!!
2nd July 2019, 07:04 AM |#7781  
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……how to download it. I can't found it....
 
 
2nd July 2019, 01:29 PM |#7782  
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……how to download it. I can't found it....

Under the downloads tab in the header of the thread.
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15th July 2019, 01:25 PM |#7783  
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@Ticklefish Couple of suggestions: add option "Decompile single file" in Decompile menu;
Do not create 8 WorkAreas on installation by default, just 1, add option "Add WorkArea" in Main Menu instead
EDIT :: I'm reading only now about your personal situation, stay strong!
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@Ticklefish Couple of suggestions: add option "Decompile single file" in Decompile menu;
Do not create 8 WorkAreas on installation by default, just 1, add option "Add WorkArea" in Main Menu instead
EDIT :: I'm reading only now about your personal situation, stay strong!

Thanks for your kind words - I'm getting there slowly but surely.

I wasn't sure about removing the option to decompile a single file. You still can with V16 but it's slightly more involved. This was a deliberate decision to streamline the menu but I can always reintroduce the option in a later version if enough people want it...and if I make another version.

As for the WorkAreas, I see where you're coming from but I might not implement that. The different WorkAreas have different colour folder icons (if installed straight to "C:"). This isn't something that can be done by code, at least not the type of code I'm using, so I'm keeping the WorkAreas as they are for now.
Of course, if enough people want this option then I'll bow to public pressure and see about putting it in. TMA is made for the users, after all!
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Thanks for your kind words - I'm getting there slowly but surely.

I wasn't sure about removing the option to decompile a single file. You still can with V16 but it's slightly more involved. This was a deliberate decision to streamline the menu but I can always reintroduce the option in a later version if enough people want it...and if I make another version.

As for the WorkAreas, I see where you're coming from but I might not implement that. The different WorkAreas have different colour folder icons (if installed straight to "C:"). This isn't something that can be done by code, at least not the type of code I'm using, so I'm keeping the WorkAreas as they are for now.
Of course, if enough people want this option then I'll bow to public pressure and see about putting it in. TMA is made for the users, after all!

I personally wouldn't mind having 10 folders, LOL!
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Today, 01:37 PM |#7786  
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I personally wouldn't mind having 10 folders, LOL!

You're tempting me now. I can never resist the siren call of a coding challenge..

I'll look into adding this to v16.1. If I ever make a v16.1, that is.
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