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Every File is a Squishy File~

After months of development, we're proud to finally introduce Squishy! Well, what Squishy is, isn't really definable by common conventions. So, I'll give you a squishy definition, you can then decide for yourself.


One could call it an all-purpose file manipulator (We were actually going to call it that). More than that, at its core, Squishy's aim is to provide convenience and trivialize actions that's usually a chore to accomplish. In that vein, Squishy has a large focus shifted towards metadata and file properties.


Path Options - Extended
Path Options - Extended
Squishy Execute - Items View
Squishy Execute - Items View

Support for industry-leading security algorithms allow for your files' integrity to be verified as well as to be encrypted. SHA-512, SHA-384, RIPEMD160, and many other checksums are supported. With a simple drag-and-drop, it's easier than ever to do a file-to-checksum or a file-to-file comparison. On the encryption side, AES-128, 192, and 256 is supported as well as native Windows encryption.


In relation to its original publication in 1998, the Data URI scheme has recently become popular on websites. You're covered with both plain text and Base64 encoding at your fingertips. It's another way that Squishy helps you avoid wasting your time by uploading the file and risking your privacy. If can do it offline, why shouldn't you?


Yet another way Squishy provides convenience is by removing the 'command-line' from often-used command-line applications. A side project of ours, Image Check, has been bundled with Squishy. What it does, is check if your JPEG images are corrupt or not. Most image viewers display them regardless and it's sometimes difficult to determine their legitimacy. It's great for checking whether there is something wrong with the source image or just your copy.


With the end of a somewhat shameless plug, we get back on topic. The aforementioned application is a command-line one. You'll have to waste time typing absolute paths whenever you need it.


You'll be saved from the tedium and repetition of having to type the path of the image whenever you need it. Since Image Check currently only works with JPEG images, it'll only apply to files ending with JPEG extensions. Specifying arguments, applicable or non-applicable extensions is a breeze. There's no need adding them to your PATH when you can benefit from Squishy Execute. Using command-line applications becomes as it should be, trivial.


Miscellaneous Options
Miscellaneous Options
About Screen
About Screen

A so-called 'cherry on the cake' is that Squishy doesn't require installation. It's portable by nature, however, if you so choose, it's able to integrate with your system and provide many of its features straight from Windows Explorer.


Alas, there's much more to Squishy that was stated here, but despite not being in the mood, I'm sure nobody wants to me to recite the documentation. By purchasing a license for Evrnet Squishy v1.0, all future Squishy 1.x updates come free. If you're on the fence on whether to purchase or not, a no-obligation 14-day trial exists for evaluation purposes. Once you've decided, secure payment will be handled by PayPal.

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Screenshots-

Squishy v1.0 - General ScreenSquishy v1.0 - Integrity ScreenSquishy v1.0 - Miscellaneous OptionsSquishy v1.0 - About Screen

Requirements-


File Information
File Version:1000
File Size:2.7MB
Released:Dec 1st '15
MD5 Checksum:BE4012F66BAB904F90A7EAC9E924BC61
SHA1 Checksum:C5B2F760923698564D263CBEEFC5C5BA30F08B73
System Requirements
Operating System:Microsoft Windows Vista or Higher with Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0 Installed
Hard Disk Space: Min: 10MB
Memory:Min: 512MB

Frequently Asked Questions-


Q. How do I know which version of the .NET Framework I have installed?
A. Evrnet Installer / Unpacker will detect if you have the required version of the .NET Framework installed. You'll be notified if your system doesn't meet the requirements. Conversely, you may download Evrnet .NET Check; it tells you what versions of the Microsoft .NET Framework you have installed. No installation required. Read more here.


Q. I have a trial and later bought a license. Do I have to wait for my trial to end before I can activate it?
A. Firstly, thanks for trying and buying Squishy. No, you do not need to wait for your trial to lapse before activating your license. Simply head over to 'About' and click the 'Deactivate License' link. Once your trial has been successfully deactivated, restart Squishy and enter your new details. Keep in mind, that once deactivated, a trial serial cannot be reactivated.


Q. I purchased a license and entered my details, but it says it's invalid.
A. Please make sure to enter your name exactly as it appears in your registration email; this area is case-sensitive.


Q. How can I change the email address used to activate my serial?
A. Unfortunately, said email address is tied to your serial and may not be changed at present.


Q. I get a virus warning, what's up?
A. Shortly after release, we've had issues about Squishy being falsely treated as malware by Qihoo 360 and McAfee GW Edition. False positive samples have been sent to them and since been resolved; well, probably not if you're still receiving warnings. Shoot us an email and we'll get back to you. Do note that Squishy downloaded from the Evrnetwork does NOT contain malware.
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Version Log-


Version:1.0.0.0 | Released:12.01.15
Initial Release
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Product History-


Product History for Evrnet Squishy

Note: The Top-Level Item Denotes the Latest Version.

ApplicationVersionReleasedDocumentation
Squishy1.0Dec 1st '15Evrnet Help

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