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ZipScan produces a log file when running that includes information on the searches performed and any errors encountered. By default, this log file will be written to the same directory as the ZipScan program but it can be set to any location.
If you wish to report a bug or problem with ZipScan, you should send this log file to us. Before doing so, check the option to enable ‘Verbose logging’ and then recreate the error, if possible. This will generate extra information in the log file which can help to diagnose the problem.
When you first run ZipScan, it shows a page of simple instructions over the results window until you run your first search. This option allows you to hide this window when you no longer need the help.
ZipScan shows a patterned background in the search parameters window. This can be corrupted on some computers and obscure the text, so it can be disabled here.
When you right-
Also, when you right-
Note: This feature is not available under Windows 98
When running on Windows 2000 or XP, you must be using a user account with administrator privileges or else changing these settings will have no effect
When you drag an archive file onto the ZipScan window, or when ZipScan is opened with an archive file specified in the command line, you can choose what should happen. Either ZipScan will open the archive file and displays its contents, or it will default the ‘Where To Search’ with the file.
If checked, then when you click the close button (x) in the top-