Disk Image Manager (previously SPIN Disk Manager) Crack+ Free [Mac/Win]
It is an application designed to examine and manipulate disk images in the Extended DSK format.
What’s New in this Release?
Version 2.0.3 (17.10.09)
Added UI control to remove or rename the journal file.
Fixed a bug where the collection of disk images was sometimes not correctly formed.
Version 2.0.2 (16.10.09)
The disk images could be incorrectly imported. Fixed.
Added UI to allow importing a disk image as a normal disk.
Disk images that were removed from disk in version 1.x are now not loaded by version 2.0.2.
Version 2.0.1 (15.10.09)
Fixed a bug where some disk images could not be loaded.
Version 2.0.0 (15.10.09)
This release of Disk Image Manager version 2.0 includes a number of improvements and bug fixes.
In addition to the updated instructions at the top of the installer, there are a number of other changes:
The installer is now a Windows installer. This makes the installation and uninstallation of Disk Image Manager much easier.
There is a new executable called Disk Image Manager.exe. The old Disk Image Manager.exe is now called Disk Image Manager2.0.exe.
The main installation file Disk Image Manager2.0.exe has been updated.
The “About” dialog has been updated.
There is now a dialog to confirm all the disk images.
The “Advanced Options” dialog has been rewritten in a new style.
There is a new option to remove disk images from the disk image manager.
Added a configuration dialog which allows a custom configuration of the disk image manager to be stored with each disk image.
Added a configuration dialog to specify whether the Disk Image Manager is installed when you double click on an image.
Fixed a bug where some disk images did not generate the correct disk image signature.
Fixed a bug where you couldn’t create a disk image with a space in the name.
Fixed a bug where clicking on an image with an invalid image name would hang the application.
Fixed a bug where the “Clear” button was not correctly disabled.
Fixed a bug where clicking on an image with a disk image name that was not correct would hang the application.
Disk Image Manager (previously SPIN Disk Manager) Full Version Download [Latest] 2022
“A powerful utility that manipulates disk images. Allows the importation, exporting and saving of disk images to the disk image file format used by the various emulators (MP3,Spectrum,Spectrum+). Loads and saves from external disk image files, and imports disk images from the Disk Image Manager window. The Disk Image Manager also supports the creation of basic disk image files and RAM disk files.”
The Disk Image Manager is a windows-based application that displays a list of the content of disk images in the Extended Disk Image format.
For example, you can load any MP3 disk image (or any other disk image) into the manager and manipulate it. The application can also export the disk image to the disk image file format used by the various emulators (that are based on the Advanced Disk Image Protocol) and so you can use the Disk Image Manager to load your MP3 disk images into your emulator.
Using the Disk Image Manager
There are several ways to use the Disk Image Manager.
To load a disk image into the manager, you can either open the disk image file (in any text editor, such as Notepad or MS Word) or double-click the disk image in the manager.
To save a disk image to a disk image file, you can either save the image to disk directly (i.e. Save to disk as) or you can save the image to the internal drive using the Save to disk as option.
The Disk Image Manager supports importing the disk images from the external disk image files: simply drag and drop the disk image files (for example, in a ZIP archive) into the window and the manager will extract the disk image and import it.
The Disk Image Manager also supports the creation of disk image files: you can use the Disk Image Manager to create disk image files (from which you can import the images) or you can use it to create RAM disk images.
If you want to save your disk images as the disk image file format used by the emulator, simply select the “Save as” option at the bottom of the main window.
There are several options that can be used to control the way the image file is exported to the disk image file format used by the emulator.
The Disk Image Manager has a settings sub-menu which allows you to change the “Export type” from one of the options.
The Disk Image Manager can export to any disk image format supported
Disk Image Manager (previously SPIN Disk Manager) [Win/Mac] (April-2022)
The Disk Image Manager is a standalone application.
To open a disk image, you select a disk image file from a list or you select from the list using drag and drop. When you select a disk image file, the file path is displayed in the editor. You can select folders in this list and drag and drop them into the editor.
The list can also be ordered by disk size. This is useful when performing searches.
Each disk image can be opened in read/write mode. Alternatively, a read-only copy of the disk image can be made.
This application will work with disk image files in the Extended DSK format used by Amstrad, Spectrum and Stacker emulators, as well as the SS-DLD disk images used by the FastScramble emulator. The application does not support disk images in the ZIP format.
Version 1.0 – Initial release
Version 2.0 – Major rework
Version 2.1 – Version for Master system 1
Version 2.2 – Version for Master system 1
Version 2.3 – Support for various image formats
Version 2.4 – Ability to reset the images file header
Version 2.5 – Added various new commands
Version 2.6 – Ability to open disk images from a network path
Version 2.7 – Add/delete files from a disk image, edit the attributes of files, create a backup copy of a disk image
Version 2.8 – Expand/collapse images, display file size
Version 2.9 – Support for file fragmentation
Version 2.10 – Insert disk images from a list of disk image files
Version 2.11 – Ability to reverse file access order
Version 2.12 – Batch operations, file renaming
Version 2.13 – Ability to convert disk image files into another format
Version 2.14 – Ability to resize disk image files
Version 2.15 – Ability to copy disk images to different directories
Version 2.16 – Ability to create and restore archive disk images
Version 2.17 – Ability to export and import disk images in a variety of image formats
Version 2.18 – Added check for disk image file validity
Version 2.19 – Ability to combine disk images into one archive file
Version 2.20 – Ability to create a disk image in any directory
Version 2.21 – Ability to create a disk image that has its own menu bar
Version 2.22 – Ability to show/hide
What’s New In Disk Image Manager (previously SPIN Disk Manager)?
Disk Image Manager is a disk image viewer/manager for the Extended Disk Image Format used by Amstrad, Spectrum and others. It has a very simple interface (as well as a simple command-line version of this program). It is able to mount disk images in the Extended Disk Image Format and to examine their contents. If the contents of a disk image are to be changed, you can either unmount it (with the ‘Command-R’ key) or you can mount another disk image (same or different). You can then copy parts of the disk image, modify its contents, make it visible to DOS, write and/or read from it.
There are three functions that are controlled by keyboard keys:
The ‘Command-R’ key, when pressed, will cause the program to unmount the disk image;
The ‘Command-C’ key will cause the program to close;
The ‘Command-T’ key will cause the program to unmount the disk image and then to open a DOS window with the file system on the disk image;
The ‘Command-Z’ key will cause the program to close, and then to unmount the disk image;
The ‘Command-E’ key will cause the program to exit and then to unmount the disk image;
The ‘Command-D’ key will cause the program to unmount the disk image, and then, if necessary, to mount another disk image.
Other functions are available from menus. Some of them are described in more detail below:
Mounted Disk Images Menu:
This menu is only displayed if a disk image is mounted.
Format: This menu contains various options for formatting disk images. The available options are:
Standard: Standard formatting, with all files copied on to the disk image;
Zipped: A ‘zip’ archive is created on the disk image;
Hidden: All files in the disk image are made invisible to DOS (i.e. not shown as file entries in the DOS disk listing);
Compressed: Files in the disk image are compressed;
Custom: This option is for defining the formatting of disk images.
Mounted Disk Images: This menu contains various options for mounting disk images. The available options are:
Mounted: The ‘Mounted’ option is for mounting the disk image, with the files visible in the DOS disk listing;
Hidden: The ‘Hidden’ option causes the files in the disk image to be hidden from the DOS disk listing (but they can still be accessed);
Compressed: The ‘Compressed’ option causes files in the disk image to be compressed. This option is available if the ‘Custom’ option is selected for formatting.
You can also perform some specific operations on disk images by selecting one or more files in the disk image. These file operations
System Requirements For Disk Image Manager (previously SPIN Disk Manager):
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012
macOS 10.6 or later
Linux (Ubuntu 8.04)
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