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UtiliKey takes a given bit of text, and basically plays with it in various ways.


Software Requirements

UtiliKey requires .Net Framework 4.0 (it uses the full framework, rather than the Client framework, due to using the HttpUtility class for URL-encoding and HTML-entity-encoding), and Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, or Windows XP SP3. It may also function on Macintosh/Linux using Mono; this is currently largely untested, although MoMA showed no problems except for the autocomplete function, which isn't implemented in Mono; it should still work properly without crashing regardless. UtiliKey.exe may be placed anywhere, with or without any of the accompanying files, and should still function properly.

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" It may also function on Macintosh/Linux using Mono, if you compile the source there; this is currently untested."

in some cases you dont even need to compile, just have Mono run the EXE directly. doesnt always work tho (I'd test it but I don't have any linux setups with Mono installed currently, I think)

Dizzy H. Muffin

Awesome, I'll update the description.

Dizzy H. Muffin

I released a new version! I added MD5-hash to the list of functions.