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    What do you use? Let's use this thread to share with each other our best software choices. Sorry if this has been done before. I've seen similar threads, but none that tried to conglomerate everything into one post.

    No affiliate links, ok? If you can add a category, go ahead. I'm sure there are more.

    Autoresponders:
    I use myaffiliateprogram, but I could use a good link for a different one that allows me to have more depth across sites.

    Tracking Visitors:
    I use FishTracker, http://www.fishhoo.com/stats-web/overview.htm.

    Popup Generator:
    I use some free ones, but would be interested in some paid ones if they were any good, or any better than what I use already.

    [ 08-04-2002: Message edited by: AffiliateMakeover.com ]

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    Oh,

    I can't converse, or just provide an opininion:

    I must supply input.

    Input this: BYE

    Doc

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    Great cheap web graphics program:
    Real Draw Pro
    Fantastic for knocking up quick web graphics, buttons, bars, text effects, e-book graphics and so much more if you have the time to play.
    Free full functioning 30 day trial, at http://www.mediachance.com
    also have lots of free software for digital photo enhancements.

    You didn't have a category for webgraphics, but this is a goody [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    Sorry I keep plugging this but Alex Bet and Haiko like it too:

    EditPlus 2 - A text editor you can sink your teeth into; has syntax highlighting and cliptext extensions for every conceivable programming language; built-in FTP and Preview, very powerful search and replace that supports Regular Expressions - http://editplus.com/
    Very easy on system resources.
    Fully-functional shareware; $35 to register.


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    [ 08-04-2002: Message edited by: eaglefire ]

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    Just downloaded this so haven't tested it yet but sure sounds like a super cruncher.

    A 187 Kb Photoshop image, saved it as a BMP took it to 351 Kb and then crushed that image with MyPhotoZip to 6.75 Kb!
    And you can export your images back
    to a BMP TIFF or JPEG if you need to.
    Some of the features
    Compression of 8 or 16-bit grayscale images, 24 and 48-bit RGB images
    Compression up to 100:1 or more
    Compression control by file size or alternatively by image quality
    Lossless compression
    Faster image access (embedded progressive decompression)
    Better quality than JPEG and many other wavelet-based image compressors.
    Fully Functional 30 trial http://www.myphotozip.com/

    New toys...just know I'm going to love this thread [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    UnFreez - great little freeware for making animated graphics.

    IrFanView - Mentioned by others. Tiny little graphic viewer you can also use for cropping or making thumbnails.

    Color Wheel Expert -- I got tired of going to websites to convert RGB to hex, plus the color picker is like in PS but shows you both the hex and RGB. Shareware. Okay, I'm not picky [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] , I like it.

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    Come on guys and gals...this is a valuable thread!
    Besides, it's how I get my jollies by downloading software [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    How about AnalogX.com?

    They have a lot of small programs that may benefit site owners, such as a keyword density analyzer, cgi search engine, etc.

    If you like messing with some of the more - shall we say geeky - computer stuff, then they also have a lot of that too.

    Definitely worth a look.

    [ 08-06-2002: Message edited by: gregdi ]

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