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Thread: Graphical ISO manager

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    Default Graphical ISO manager

    I'm new to Daemon so this is possibly something that has been solved many times over.

    However ...

    I've made an ISO image of all my daughter's (4 yrs) educational games. She is quite comfortable changing CDs etc. but as they always get scratched I wanted to have them on the PC instead.

    I'm looking for some sort of program that can give her an overview of all the games she has (as ISO files) with a picture of each of the disks. Once she clicks on the picture I want the ISO file to mount and start playing.

    I'm aware of DaemonScript but that is only one half of the solution. Does anyone know of a program that can take care of the graphical side?

    TIA

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    Are desktop shortcuts (created with DaemonScript) not good enough?

    You could also create a map on your desktop with all the shortcuts in it, and change the settings of that directory so it shows big icons.

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    If you're running DT 3.47, daemonui is a good iso manager.
    If you're using DT 4.00+, there's nutting at the moment...
    Carpe diem

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    Yup, pretty nifty although it doesn't seem to allow you to associate a picture with an ISO image (4 year olds prefer to
    browse pictures rather than lists of text!).

    Cheers

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    Er... what you're asking does not exist atm...
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    hello. i've read about your problem and begun to write a program just for you. :wink:

    i'll reply, when it's done.

    greetings g31

    Edit: I hope icons of 48x48 pixel are enough.
    Last edited by g31 : 22.03.2006 at 19:55
    no way to hav phun wth sciendz

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    Quote Originally Posted by g31
    hello. i've read about your problem and begun to write a program just for you. :wink:

    i'll reply, when it's done.

    greetings g31

    Edit: I hope icons of 48x48 pixel are enough.
    Sounds great! 48x48 does sound a bit small? My view would be to scan the CD or the cover from the CD box so maybe 150x150 or is there a technical limiation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicolaiL
    Sounds great! 48x48 does sound a bit small? My view would be to scan the CD or the cover from the CD box so maybe 150x150 or is there a technical limiation?
    There is no technical limitation at all. I had not exspected that you want to have such big pictures, but know i can imagine how this application should look like.
    no way to hav phun wth sciendz

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    Wow, what service! Ask about a program and someone replies that you should standby while they write it for you.
    the modern world:
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    Edit: I should program a game. Suggestions?
    The Boardzombie's website.

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