View Full Version : No Undo/Redo for RegAlzer?
Why doesn't RegAlzer have a Undo/Redo capability. :scratch: I was thinking it had one and that was why I downloaded it. :sad: I found out I was mistaken when I deleted the wrong key by mistake. :oops: It has a tab listing the changes made, but there is no way to copy the text elsewhere to make an REG file. :mad: That wouldn't be as good as a true Undo/Redo option, but given what is there...:wink:
You could just copy the contents into a text editor, save as something.reg there, then double-click it.
I agree though that a more comfortable way would be nice; added a feature request:
Save/Apply buttons for change logs (http://forums.spybot.info/project.php?issueid=203)
You could just copy the contents
How? As stated, the clipboard commands didn't work. Standard Windows edit controls don't implement them for you.
Who told you that? ;)
Of course copy'n'paste works in the simpliest controls, and this isn't even a simple standard Windows edit, but a full "editor" (used as a viewer ;) ) with line numbers and everything.
I just noticed that Ctrl+A doesn't work, but you can select the text manually then press Ctrl+C to copy the selected to clipboard, which works quite fine?
I see the latest version does have the Apply button. However, it appears to be an all or nothing affiair. I might need to restore just one entry. Also, I might have to restore that entry after rebooting. SImply restarting RegAlzer is enough to cause it to forget the list.
So you're basically asking for a persistent undo/redo list that is not in "text" (.reg) format but with items that can be selected one by one?
I very much like the current form since it allows you to pass changes made to friends, for example, but I can see your point. I did add this feature (http://forums.spybot.info/project.php?issueid=247) request for it.
Basically. I would suggest replacing the current form with a multi-select listbox. You would select the items you want. Copying them to the clipboard would have them appear as a REG file there.
It might also be a good idea to add a REG/INI/INF file editor.