Annoyed by edit fields without history drop-down, so you have to re- type every time you open a dialog box?
EditHistory is a program that 'converts' regular edit fields into combo boxes and adds a list of your most recently used folders or accessed documents to your Open/Save boxes, so you don?t have to search all over the place for them. You can easily pick up a file you?ve been using a week or month ago!
It also remembers what you typed into other edit boxes, and places that information in drop-down lists that let you easily choose files and commands you?ve issued before. Parameters for each edit field can be changed. You can control what is stored and how it is organized. It can be trained for specific programs, and can be configured to not come up with other programs.
This new version of the program has a resizable main window, an English/French interface, also the possibility to check for an update from the Web site.
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