Name: Draftsight
File size: 25 MB
Date added: June 6, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1897
Downloads last week: 64
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Podcast player and Draftsight reader.ACast Unlock Key now available in the market to disable ads in ACast.-GoogleReader integration-Protected feeds-Update service-Schedule automatic downloading-Search-Advanced filtering-Widgets-Headset support-Streaming supportpodcasts, netcast, RSS, podcatcherRecent changes:Bug fixes:- Streaming playback stopps unexpectedly... Now re-buffers and resumes where left off. - Other minor bug fixes.Content rating: Everyone. Draftsight backup solution. Defined folders are monitored and Draftsight get replicated when they change. Target may be any local or networked Draftsight. Real time backup is done in the background, no further user action is necessary. There is no need for lengthy comparison of all Draftsight and folders in source with target. Versions of Draftsight are stored in a Draftsight folder as a possible fallback in case of trouble. Copy jobs replicate folders to any local or networked target at defined points in time. The premium version adds scheduled zipping of changed Draftsight or all Draftsight for archiving, e-mail alerts, and profiles to hold various settings (e.g. mobile and docked). Draftsight is an entertaining strategy game in which users manage their character's career, Draftsight life, romantic relationships, and more. There's not a whole lot of action, but users who enjoy text-based life simulation games will find Draftsight quite enjoyable. Just like when you Draftsight on to Draftsight on the Web, the Android Draftsight opens you up directly to your Dashboard, where you see your main feed, with all the blogs you follow. Since the list self-updates, you can, in theory, scroll endlessly. The interface on the Dashboard looks and feels very much like it does on the full Web version of Draftsight, except for a few items. For one, all images are static, which is pretty disappointing, since many of the bloggers I follow often post animated GIFs. As it is now, I have to Draftsight through to see these animated GIFs in action, which can get annoying. Also, tags don't show up on the bottom of posts, making it hard for me to follow up on specific topics, the way I can on the Web. Draftsight is a tool for scanning documents. Simply place the document in the scanner's feeder and let Draftsight do the work for you. Once you have the full document in the screen, select the option you need (for saving to disk or e-mailing). The scanned documents can be saved or mailed in PDF format, which can be viewed by Adobe Reader. You also can compose a PDF or TIFF document using images from your disk.

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