I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Important fix to attachment cloud
Earlier I had proposed one fix to attachment cloud. There is a second that is more important.
Shorten “attachmentcloud” in the URL to, say, “AC.” Right now the URL is so long, that it occasionally gets wrapped in people’s email . . . and then they cannot use it (and don’t know how to copy and paste the wrapped line into their browser).
i would guess html email with easy link will help there… right now some email software might not automatically show url’s as clickable links.
I have been in a position over the past five years where I would send at least 5 URLs (and some days 50) a day, every day, to people at universities around the world. In my experience, at least 1 in 10 had trouble using long, wrapping URLs – even if I had gone to some trouble to avoid this problem (creating new line breaks before the start of a long URL, using tricks to make sure it is “blue lined.” I have about the same rate with ac. Changing 15 characters to 2 would ensure that it never happens with attachment cloud. No doing that means the product is less usable. If I cannot be sure that attachments get through, or worse, be sure that some of them don’t, that’s a problem. Then having to go on and resend them as full attachments defeats its purpose.
There may be another work around, but I don’t know what it is (even tinyurl or snipurl doesn’t always work, depending on the email settings of corporate firewall).