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RegCOPA Registry Editor makes editing your windows registry easier and more convenient, with comments, bookmarks, drag and drop support, and much more.

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What are people saying about RegCOPA Registry Editor

Nov 26 2007 at 7:12am Copy Link
Simon Craythorn You can't get the $9.99 price today. The offer is on Friday. That's what BitsDuJour is all about. The offer is valid for 1 day, and 1 day only.

You can download and use the product today because you will get 30 days to try it, then on Friday click the Buy Now button on BitsDuJour, or enter the coupon code that will be displayed on BitsDuJour on Friday to get the special $9.99 price.
InterVations, Inc. - Nov 26 2007 at 10:15am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

The question here is first .. are you comfortable making registry edits and ready to do so ? If not, you will just use Regedit once in a blue moon and leave it at that.

If so, the desktop shortcut and bookmark and comment features may be very nice (Note: probably most all of us have dedicated startup managers) and lacking on any freeware editors, which is a thin, lite area anyway, and these are of course not included on Regedit. And various search/replace functions are improved over Regedit. At $10 it could be quite easy to justify, at normal price your mileage may vary.

Perhaps the author could give a few examples where you would want to have flexible Registry control on programs like Firefox or an email client or any app. Where a desktop shortcut would be used. The usage of the bookmark function is more understandable on the website. Yet it is the desktop shortcut that is likely to interest somebody interesting in toggling a feature on/off or changing a value on the fly. Quite interesting, even if a bit techie, so examples would be appreciated.

Also perhaps they could reinstitute the open support forums using some sort of spam controls (eg. approving messages). This means a lot on a techie program, to see user questions and answers.

The biggest critique on the web was the lack of a built-in full save/restore feature, the restore to be used if you make what is known in technical parlance as a boo-boo. You could work around that with the save/restore of the excellent freeware ERUNT (The Emergency Recovery Utility NT) however it is best in the program. Developers comment on this would be appreciated, he does have a modified approach.

Nov 30 2007 at 3:56am Copy Link
Simon Craythorn There are two types of desktop shortcuts. And it's actually this very feature that caused us to write RegCOPA in the first place. As developers we are constantly in and out of the registry, and having to navigate where you want to go each time is a pain. Even a bookmark is slow compared to this.

Here's a real world example of how I use RegCOPA on my own machine.

1. The key link. To get one of these drag a key to your desktop, or folder, or ... you know. Or right click and select Create Windows Shortcut.

We write a lot of applications. We have 5 products in the "COPA" range and we have customers who we do custom development for. On my desktop I have a folder for each product. In that folder I keep things like a shortcut to the source code, a shortcut to the directory on disk, a shortcut to load the project, etc. I now also have a shortcut to the registry key HKLM\Software\Intervations\RegCOPA and HKCU\Software\Intervations\RegCOPA. If I need to see or modify what is in the registry for RegCOPA I just double click these links. No more wandering down the tree, it's right there and open in front of me.

2. The Quicklink. All our products store a path to their data in the registry entry HKLM\Software\InterVations\product\Paths\Server. I need to be able to switch between data sets during development, my live set and a test set, or something a customer has sent for some reason. In my example above of my desktop folders I also have a "Data Path" icon, which is a RegCOPA QuickLink (just drag a registry value to your desktop). I can double click on this and get a single edit box for that value. Change the path, restart the app and I'm working with new data. Double click again to change it back.

Another quick example I can think of is that my laptop sometimes needs to connect to the internet through our web proxy, when I'm at a hotel that limits my connection for example. On here I have a quicklink to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ProxyEnable. Clicking on this and toggling the value from 0 to 1 saves me having to trawl through the control panel.

As for the forums, if we see sufficient evidence that users would actually use them we would re-open them. But the majority of our users (all products, not just RegCOPA) are business users. They tend not to hang around in forums. We get very few support emails for RegCOPA and it sells fairly well. But we are *always* open to suggestions and if our support email gets swamped then re-opening the forums would be an idea. When they were open we were spending more time adding the next great spam blocker and deleting what it didn't catch than actually responding to customers and improving the software.

We are looking at adding an undo feature for V2.04. We supply free updates to registered users so for $9.99 you could become a cherished customer of InterVations. Yes, we do cherish our customers.
InterVations, Inc. - Nov 30 2007 at 4:40am Copy Link
Steven Avery Thanks for the explanations, Simon. No doubt this is a good deal for a good product. I am currently a light registry user, so if I buy a license at this time it is more anticipatory than current usage :-) .
Nov 30 2007 at 10:21am Copy Link

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