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How can I find a file's path in the text encoding used by PosteRazor?
PosteRazor uses an apparently outdated GUI that is incapable of properly displaying my filenames: For the sake of convenience, I want to be able to open any file in PosteRazor by copying and ...
Jun 24 '11 at 2:26
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