I have this problem only in the option window from Outlook 2007 when I go the the Register “Power Archiver” with the PowerArchiver for Office Plug-In 3.04.
When I use the PowerArchiver Outlook Plug-In 2.4 I don’t have this problem.
The rest works very fine. I use Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit and Power Archiver 17.00.90 64-bit.
And there I haven’t any problems.
If I choose compress with options, and then try to create my own filename for an archive, I cannot do it. I have to choose one of your profiles from the shell, compress it, and then rename it to what I want. One of the many reasons I want to be able to add my profiles to the shell.
They are in the midst of switching to a new AC server. I know they have had recurring hiccups with it for some time.
Some days I can access it PACloud; some days I can send files through it via ZTE. But it has been far from reliable, at least from me.
For folks like me – who use ZTE a lot, this is a notable inconvenience.
I take it you rely on it as well. I think they believe not very people use it. I hope they are mistaken.
However, I have been assured they are working diligently on it, and that the final version is just around the corner and will be worth the wait.
The notification of file downloads via the Attachment Cloud are no longer working in the last couple of alpha releases. Not sure if it still works in 13.03.
Perhaps when you fix this, you can also get it to send simple one acknowledgement, rather than two.
You should use the command line interface of PowerArchiver, called PACL.
You can find it at http://www.powerarchiver.com/download-powerarchiver/
It will include all directions on zipping and unzipping files via command prompt and using PowerArchiver’s features.
I noticed that ZTE Requires the user to type in their details via the Configuration page.
Now, this kinda looks off to me as once the user registers their details its a tab that just sits there.
Could you either Duplicate the Pop up box used in PowerArchiver? Or move the Register section into the “About” page at the mid bottom page.
That way you are keeping all Data on the version, the user and the conditions on one tab.
And if that works and looks neat you could roll that over to PowerArchiver and remove it’s pop up window.
I understand that ZTE ideally is to be kept separate from PA.
But due to some of the features Utilizing the same as PowerArchiver’s Application such as FTP.
It would be good if the user could interact with those inside either applications.
For example for FTP users may have PA Profiles already setup and wish to use them or edit them slightly, So what would be create is two tick boxs in the ZTE Configuration screen under FTP (Pro) -> Profiles;
Import PowerArchiver’s FTP Profiles
Sync PowerAchiever’s FTP Profiles
The user can only choose one option and when they do the other box greys out.
An exact copy of PA’s FTP Profiles into ZTE at that time yet enables the user to change them without it modifying PAs profile.
Basically it adjusts ZTE’s FTP Profile to use PowerArchiver’s FTP Profile. Any changes in either application is synced between them.
This would be very handy for users like me, who can use either or and don’t want to be duplicating settings all the time.
I have just registered my Copy of ZTE withing Office 2010 (No Service Pack) on Windows XP Pro SP3.
The product registered without a problem. But one thing i have noticed is the Register Icon that appears within the Ribbon still appears.
I know in VBA you can do this so can you set it up that when the product is registered successfully you remove that “Register” icon?
please check latest release:
and let us know how it works… thanks!
Thanks for your link! I just downloaded and will make a test to see how it works.