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Not that I’d need that option, nor the “Flying Windows” option itself. Joe on But here’s the problem with the software: Emka on Some features are for-pay including editing style sheets thanks IanFromBarrie and Full Screen view, but the program also supports many free add-ons similar to Firefox.

Name: Moogujind
Format: JPEG, PNG
License: For Personal Use Only
iPhone 5, 5S resolutions 640×1136
iPhone 6, 6S resolutions 750×1334
iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus resolutions 1080×1920
Android Mobiles HD resolutions 360×640, 540×960, 720×1280
Android Mobiles Full HD resolutions 1080×1920
Mobiles HD resolutions 480×800, 768×1280
Mobiles QHD, iPhone X resolutions 1440×2560
HD resolutions 1280×720, 1366×768, 1600×900, 1920×1080, 2560×1440, Original

There must be a use for this, but I can’t see what it is: Functional from the command-line. It is a beat-around-the bush feature that lets you do something you wouldnt expect it to, and other features are just plain missing.

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I thought it meant something like that, but the “Magnetic Window” option doesn’t work here on XP at all. The spell checker seems like instead of correcting words it replaces the word and leaves the misspelled word right next to it. The program includes a variety of available advanced features including hotkeys, has available post-eject actions and more.


The program is pretty much useless. GtAkReYz on The improbable power-ups are in keeping with the spirit of the cartoon, and while they can be fairly random affairs, it’s still possible to have a tightly contested race. Even the link that it has so you can visit the homepage takes you to a completely different product. FDRC on Yes, that Wacky Races, the classic Hanna-Barbara cartoon that while taking a fairly revisionist stance on the laws of physics, did at least teach kids the important lesson that cheats never prosper – this rule obviously doesn’t apply to lawyers, politicians and prime ministers, of course.

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Not bleeding in here, that’s where. The program also sports a “CapsLock killer” and a “Transparency remover” feature. Once closed, MOK and the clipboard freewarf be automatically cleared.

Newsletter signup Enter your email address: Fixed handling of files with multiple video streams muuttley, video thumbnails or cover arts. Glaring omissions aside, the rest of the game also suffers in comparison. It seems that while the Dreamcast version was developed in-house by Infogrames, the PC incarnation was farmed out to American outfit Appaloosa. I don’t know why this thing is even online.

Once you use the mouse to enter the secret text, you can press “Copy” to send it to the clipboard frerware pasting it into the target application. I need a textbox enabling tool.


Emka on Does this work properly? I was ready to start clicking away to test the product, but there isn’t even a keyboard to use. You have to edit “flyingwindows.

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Like I said, maybe there is some option buried but to the new user of the product, it just doesn’t do it. You have to login in order to post comments. System – Storage I’m using this program for over 8 months without any problem. If anyone is interested, I have a translated help file using google translate so feel free to download it: Mouse-Only Keyboard MOK allows entry of short lengths of secret text using only the mouse to help defeat any hidden keyloggers. Joe – did rev2 fix your issue, just wonderin’?

Don’t worry, we are, too. Joe on That said, it’s still recognisably Wacky Races, and even men with steel hearts can’t fail to conjure up a flicker of nostalgia.