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Hi there
Untill yesterday my eccoexe file was working just fine. All of a sudden it will not. When i try to run eccoexe I get the following message

"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item"


Not sure what happened. I did delete the file and reinstalled it  from https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ecco_pro/files/EccoPro%20Extension/eccoext.7z
but to no avail

I have been using the latest version Ecco Pro Extension 4.6.7.7
 
The only change I made before this happened is that I installed Roxio 10
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Re: Feedback on syncing EccoPro with Android through MyPhoneExplorer?

 

Thanks.


Considering the lack of user feedback, looks like no one here is using that utility.
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Re: Feedback on syncing EccoPro with Android through MyPhoneExplorer?

 

Thanks for the links.


The only two screenshots are displayed here:
MyPhoneExplorer - How to use MPE Notes with Ecco most efficiently

 


1. Before spending time evaluating this solution, I'd like some actual user feedback. How well does it work, especially on the Android side? What do the screens look like?
2. Are EccoPro notepads synced with the MPE Notes application on Android? What about MPE Tasks?
3. Is there a trialware version available so I can play to make sure it solves my problem?

Thank you.
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Feedback on syncing EccoPro with Android through MyPhoneExplorer?

 

Hello


A friend is looking for a multi-level task management application available on Windows and Android, and I was wondering how MPE4EccoPro looks like on Android, and how well it syncs with EccoPro on Windows.


Google didn't return any screnshots of the Android side of things.


Any feedback from users, and possibly alternatives in case it's not a great solution?


Thank you.

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Re: Re: ECCO and Crossover on MAC

 

Although I sent the following message twice on April 1st to the eccopro-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org list, it never appeared.  I'm not sure whether the reason for that is technical or philosophic, but I suspect that the persons controlling the list (who are not those that created it), may feel uncomfortable knowing that Micro$oft Windows (and proprietary software in general) has no commitment to maintaininmg the functionality of older applications like EccoPro - but Linus Thorwald and Bill Stallings DO.  This why the current problems adapting Ecco to the latest Windoze are unnecessary and also explains why they never-the-less occur).

What isn't so clear is why my messages are no longer posted to the EccoPro-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org list.

In fact, I am no longer receiving post from the list.


On 03/31/2015 09:05 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:

What about Wine on a MAC OS? Greg used Homebrew to load Wine and left us a great article with installation instructions at http://www.creativeservices.us/whmcs/knowledgebase/41/EccoPro-on-Wine-for-Mac-OS-operation.html

OS X's core is a POSIX compliant operating system (OS) built on top of the XNU kernel, with standard Unix facilities available from the command line interface. Apple has released this family of software as a free and open source operating system named Darwin. On top of Darwin, Apple layered a number of components, including the Aqua interface and the Finder, to complete the GUI-based operating system which is OS X.

Since OS X is POSIX compliant, many software packages written for the *BSDs, Linux, or other Unix-like systems can be recompiled to run on it.

I run ecco on Debian, Fedora, openSUSE and Gentoo based systems without problems under Wine.  (Slackware systems may require Crossover).

The main difference between Apple's OSX and Linux is you have pay for it.  Unlike Windows, the developers of the Linux kernel take pains to assure compatibility with older M$ Windows applications like EccoPro, while new Windows only have the same name and the same owner, for folks that have an appetite for punishment.
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Re: Re: ECCO and Crossover on MAC

 

On 03/31/2015 09:05 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:

What about Wine on a MAC OS? Greg used Homebrew to load Wine and left us a great article with installation instructions at http://www.creativeservices.us/whmcs/knowledgebase/41/EccoPro-on-Wine-for-Mac-OS-operation.html

OS X's core is a POSIX compliant operating system (OS) built on top of the XNU kernel, with standard Unix facilities available from the command line interface. Apple has released this family of software as a free and open source operating system named Darwin. On top of Darwin, Apple layered a number of components, including the Aqua interface and the Finder, to complete the GUI-based operating system which is OS X.

Since OS X is POSIX compliant, many software packages written for the *BSDs, Linux, or other Unix-like systems can be recompiled to run on it.

I run ecco without problems on Debian, Fedora, openSUSE and Gentoo based systems with no problem under Wine.  (Slackware systems may require Crossover).

The main difference between Apple's OSX and Linux is you have pay for it.  Unlike Windows, the developers of the Linux kernel take pains to assure compatibility with older M$ Windows applications like EccoPro, while new Windows only have the same name and the same owner, for folks that have an appetite for punishment.
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Re: Re: ECCO and Crossover on MAC

 

On 03/31/2015 09:05 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:

What about Wine on a MAC OS? Greg used Homebrew to load Wine and left us a great article with installation instructions at http://www.creativeservices.us/whmcs/knowledgebase/41/EccoPro-on-Wine-for-Mac-OS-operation.html

OS X's core is a POSIX compliant operating system (OS) built on top of the XNU kernel, with standard Unix facilities available from the command line interface. Apple has released this family of software as a free and open source operating system named Darwin. On top of Darwin, Apple layered a number of components, including the Aqua interface and the Finder, to complete the GUI-based operating system which is OS X.

Since OS X is POSIX compliant, many software packages written for the *BSDs, Linux, or other Unix-like systems can be recompiled to run on it.

I run ecco without problems on Debian, Fedora, openSUSE and Gentoo based systems with no problem under Wine.  (Slackware systems may require Crossover).

The main difference between Apple's OSX and Linux is you have pay for it.  Unlike Windows, the developers of the Linux kernel take pains to assure compatability with other M$ Windows applications like EccoPro, while new Windows only have the same name and the same owner, for folks that have an appetite for punishment.
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Question for Ecco Mac users ...

 

Time to bring a Mac user into the Windows Ecco fold

Setup currently is multiple Ecco's + EE in multiple XP's all running in Virtual Box on top of Win 7.  Plus Win 7 has Ecco.  All Win instances are networked using Win networking and VB-supplied virtual adapters. And each Ecco is sync'd to same master file so I share Ecco-stored data between desktops.  Can also cut & paste across desktops thanks to a VB feature.  Very happy.  Very functional.  Very slick.  

Now for Mac....

I've tried VB on Mac and seems to work great.  So ....

q 1)  if VB works, any reason to consider Parallels or BootCamp or VMWare, etc.?

q 2) Wondering if Crossover/Wine solution is better? 
Define be tter:  Less HD & RAM resources for same functionality.  Does EE still work?   Is it easy to establish sync?     Anything else to know about?

TIA, Mark

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ECCO and Crossover on MAC

 

I am successfully running Ecco on a Mac using Crossover except for one important glitch. I can't print because I cant get into the Printer Setup menu to set a printer. Anybody else who uses Ecco under Crossover on a MAC have this problem and better yet, solved it.


Thanks.


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Re: [ecco_pro] financial support

 

Thanks for response Friedhelm, but I was under the impression you had a quote that you had confidence in and the $10k target (I think that was goal and you reached it) was sufficient for iPhone sync. I even offered to put in another $500 if needed.  I really do feel like us iPhone users were misled, or I guess you feel we were just stupid and bad losers. 


On Mar 25, 2015, at 5:55 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] <eccopro-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org> wrote:

 

Sorry Sam, you misunderstood! As explained at the funding site only donors with amounts over $40.00 received credit for a free MyPhoneExplorer and a free EccoPro Installer license.

With a total of only 150 donors you were not the only one who gave a lot, beside other $500.00 donors I added $2000.00 to the final bill. We exchanged mail before in this matter and again, I sincerely appreciate your significant donation to the project. But after we did the survey and after Mobisynapse asking for $40.000 bailed out, I openly explained the situation at the funding site - when we connected with FJSoft in Austria  to replace Mobisynapse - that for the targeted amount we would only be able to develop a solution for the majority of Android users who responded to the 2012 survey with hopes for additional iPhone funding in the future. Beside less support as we had hoped for from some users of our Yahoo  Sister Group, who for personal reasons publicly voted the project down, FJSoft tried also to connect to Slang for help and got no response.

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On 3/25/2015 3:34 PM, Sam Shelton sam-pUoV3yp/H6TR7s880joybQ@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:
 

Friedhelm:


Don’t understand your $10-$40 donation. I donated $500 for initial joint funding with the understanding that you were dedicated to developing both iPhone and Android capability I got nothing for my $500. Android users donated $10 (?) and got their desired syncing capability.

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On Mar 25, 2015, at 12:45 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] <eccopro-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org> wrote:


Bill, Lindsay ...

Just recently another developer showed interest to develop the iPhone synchronization software. Even with my offer to supply the Android source code his quote was unattainable.

iPhone support? I would like to do it! Sadly, we do not have enough EccoPro users supporting the iPhone synchronization. The vast majority of the EccoPro users surveyed in the first half of 2012 wanted us to concentrate on an Android solution. Considering the smartphones world-wide in use and a spread of 60% Android vs 40% iPhone, we had only 150 users of about 2,500 Forum Members willing to support the Android solution of MyPhoneExplorer. For example,  a $10-$40 donation goal at our CrowdFunding site http://jointfunding.org would hardly cover the lowest estimated costs of $20,000 given to me by iPhone Developers. According to them, the Apple iPhone Store creates very high hurdles for developers and considering the low interest the estimated development costs of $20,000 are out of reach. 

To learn more about Slang's incredible Ecco Extension you might study the "eccoext.eco" change log part of the Extension download, visit http://eccopro.com/ecco-extension/ or http://eccopro.com/news/

Financial support for Slang? I would favor it and MobiSynapse (a Chinese developer with seat in California) offered it to Slang in 2012 for his help in developing the Android synchronization code. He seems very humbled or better even embarrassed at their offer. He never responded. He sees his work, his involvement a work of love to the EccoPro community.

Thank you Slang for your continued support!

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On 3/25/2015 9:13 AM, Lindsay Graham ldgraham-AFFH1GffN5hPR4JQBCEnsQ@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:
 

Bill, I agree that such overviews would be very useful -- perhaps somewhere in the Ecco files that are maintained with this mailing list.  I'd also love to see (in layman's terms) an explanation of just how EccoExt improves Ecco, what extra goodies it provides and what problems it solves.  Maybe such an explanation already exists -- if so, could someone point me to it?

There are 2 Ecco mailing lists, Bill (long story -- don't ask) and Friedhelm looks after the other one (copy of this email has been sent to that list).  Friedhelm's company has developed MyPhoneExplorer (see http://eccopro.org/myphoneexplorer/) which syncs between Ecco and Android smartphones.  Unfortunately, it doesn't extend to iPhones, but you may be interested to look nevertheless.

Lindsay Graham
Canberra, Australia
 

On 25/3/15 23:31, 'B.Bailey' b.bailey <at> fiscal-associates.com [ecco_pro] wrote:
 


I have been using Ecco, more or less as it came out of the box (Ver 4.01, 32 bit in the "about" box, but somewhere I have the 64 bit version, purchased from Friedhelm Dohmann). It is appreciated, depended upon, but largely ignored. 

While I would certainly be willing to contribute to further Ecco development, it would be helpful to me (and perhaps others) if--from time to time--one could hear overviews, summaries of "where we have been" and "where we are going" with Ecco. 

This may betray my ignorance, but for the future, my greatest interests are in 

  • (a) having a working and synching Ecco on an iPhone.  (Yes, I know it's possible to VPN back home, but the option requires a microscope).
  • (b) understanding the limits of the file size.
Best,

Bill Bailey






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Friedhelm:


Don’t understand your $10-$40 donation. I donated $500 for initial joint funding with the understanding that you were dedicated to developing both iPhone and Android capability I got nothing for my $500. Android users donated $10 (?) and got their desired syncing capability.

Sam Shelton
404.664.6650
 
On Mar 25, 2015, at 12:45 PM, Friedhelm Dohmann fdo-qArQcEOPDjlg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [eccopro] <eccopro-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org> wrote:


Bill, Lindsay ...

Just recently another developer showed interest to develop the iPhone synchronization software. Even with my offer to supply the Android source code his quote was unattainable.

iPhone support? I would like to do it! Sadly, we do not have enough EccoPro users supporting the iPhone synchronization. The vast majority of the EccoPro users surveyed in the first half of 2012 wanted us to concentrate on an Android solution. Considering the smartphones world-wide in use and a spread of 60% Android vs 40% iPhone, we had only 150 users of about 2,500 Forum Members willing to support the Android solution of MyPhoneExplorer. For example,  a $10-$40 donation goal at our CrowdFunding site http://jointfunding.org would hardly cover the lowest estimated costs of $20,000 given to me by iPhone Developers. According to them, the Apple iPhone Store creates very high hurdles for developers and considering the low interest the estimated development costs of $20,000 are out of reach. 

To learn more about Slang's incredible Ecco Extension you might study the "eccoext.eco" change log part of the Extension download, visit http://eccopro.com/ecco-extension/ or http://eccopro.com/news/

Financial support for Slang? I would favor it and MobiSynapse (a Chinese developer with seat in California) offered it to Slang in 2012 for his help in developing the Android synchronization code. He seems very humbled or better even embarrassed at their offer. He never responded. He sees his work, his involvement a work of love to the EccoPro community.

Thank you Slang for your continued support!

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On 3/25/2015 9:13 AM, Lindsay Graham ldgraham-AFFH1GffN5hPR4JQBCEnsQ@public.gmane.org [eccopro] wrote:
 

Bill, I agree that such overviews would be very useful -- perhaps somewhere in the Ecco files that are maintained with this mailing list.  I'd also love to see (in layman's terms) an explanation of just how EccoExt improves Ecco, what extra goodies it provides and what problems it solves.  Maybe such an explanation already exists -- if so, could someone point me to it?

There are 2 Ecco mailing lists, Bill (long story -- don't ask) and Friedhelm looks after the other one (copy of this email has been sent to that list).  Friedhelm's company has developed MyPhoneExplorer (see http://eccopro.org/myphoneexplorer/) which syncs between Ecco and Android smartphones.  Unfortunately, it doesn't extend to iPhones, but you may be interested to look nevertheless.

Lindsay Graham
Canberra, Australia
 

On 25/3/15 23:31, 'B.Bailey' b.bailey <at> fiscal-associates.com [ecco_pro] wrote:
 


I have been using Ecco, more or less as it came out of the box (Ver 4.01, 32 bit in the "about" box, but somewhere I have the 64 bit version, purchased from Friedhelm Dohmann). It is appreciated, depended upon, but largely ignored. 

While I would certainly be willing to contribute to further Ecco development, it would be helpful to me (and perhaps others) if--from time to time--one could hear overviews, summaries of "where we have been" and "where we are going" with Ecco. 

This may betray my ignorance, but for the future, my greatest interests are in 

  • (a) having a working and synching Ecco on an iPhone.  (Yes, I know it's possible to VPN back home, but the option requires a microscope).
  • (b) understanding the limits of the file size.
Best,

Bill Bailey





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