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iLog2 Log Viewer v2007-AUG-0 by thei
Well featured log viewer with easy to use search features and the ability to strip all color and control codes from a file before opening it in notepad.

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November 30, 2010: Updated to support 2010.

Yeah I know... it's a bit late.

July 24th, 2002:
Minor changes to incorporate large logs and slow PC's.

Minor changes to code stripping.

Coffee time.

November 13th, 2002:
A totally new version, updated, fixed, better, faster, improved. It now contains advanced searching functionality, including the ability to search up to 3 different log directories simultaneously, searching by date modified, date created, finding logs containing only certain text, excluding logs based on their filenames... and much more.

June 13th, 2003:
Small update, mainly added ability to send automatically stripped log files via DCC

February 13th, 2005:
Added an auto-updating news panel. Fixed date functions to support 2005.

February 21st, 2005:
Fixed a minor bug relating to the date search function.

January 26th, 2006:
Added an automatic version check. Added support for the year 2006.

August, 2007
Added support for 2007 (finally... sorry).

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FroggieDaFrogNov 30, 2010 8:19AM
You don't need eye candy, but the dialog could be alot better made:

1) Instead of labels and "disable" buttons, use check boxes:
"contains"-label/"disable"-botton -> "[ ] Contains:"
Same with the other "Contain"s, both "Does Not Contain"s, "Day", "Month", "Year"

With the directories, just have an empty check box.
[ ][<~over there is the checkbox, this is the editbox]

2) Instead of having one group box surrounding everything, make it a disabled label:
"iLog Search" box
"ILog Search Results"

3) Vertically center the options in the configuration part of the dialog.

4) Instead of hiding stuff then unhiding other stuff to move about the dialog, How about using tabs(After looking into your code, I realised you have the tabs there, they're just commented out 0.o)

None of the previous suggestions are "Eye Candy" in the sense they are there to look pretty but all 4 help to clean the dialog up, making it easer to navigate and understand, while keeping the dialog very simple.

Text edited by author on Nov 30, 2010 @ 11:11AM

MaSOuDDec 1, 2010 1:16AM
He will answer to your comment in next 2-3 years, so sit tight and wait! (Don't believe me? look above... :P)

FroggieDaFrogDec 1, 2010 3:31AM
lol, is probably true. so I'm doing my own verson

squirkAug 2, 2007 1:49PM
looks well made and functional but you really need someone to make your dialogs for you, it is a skill you lack

theiNov 29, 2010 8:05PM
I like the way it looks :)
Small, efficient and functional... no useless eye candy.

FunmanDec 29, 2007 1:25PM
You need support for directories with spaces though (line 809) jsut a simple $shortfn fixes that right up =)

theiJul 29, 2002 6:37AM
Ok, I'm testing it... :)

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