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CBM FileFinder 1.0   [2009]

CBM FileFinder 1.0 Released by :
AEG Soft [web]

Release Date :
11 November 2009

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

CBM File Finder

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Andy of AEG Soft
Idea .... Andy of AEG Soft
Docs .... Andy of AEG Soft

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User Comment
Submitted by Jostein Topland on 11 November 2009
Ah... I was not aware of that Summary button to the right. I understand the tool now. It is a neat and handy little tool to search for files inside c64 disks and tapes. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Andy on 11 November 2009
The main info is in the summary section, other infos in Production notes.

"Little tool useful to find a specific file inside common emulator file formats (such as D64, T64, and so on) or information inside SID files.
Check the help file (installation section) if the program doesn't execute on your PC.
See production notes for changes/updates"
User Comment
Submitted by Jostein Topland on 11 November 2009
I really wish there was some info on what the releases really was on CSDb. Just a short description would be very nice. Other than that the tool looks interesting, but I will have to download it first and read the docs or run it to really see what it is.
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