Hi Mofi and everyone interested in U3 version of UE
Here's the response so far from IDM. I'm guessing the more people request this feature directly the higher the chance of them developing it.
From: IDM Computer Solutions, Inc.
Sent: 09 August 2006 20:06
To: Jason Brooks
Subject: Re: U3 version of UltraEdit
Thanks for your response.
> Thank you for a quick reply. It does if there aren't any issues with
> licencing. I.e. by transporting my installation on my USB Key whilst
> working on a client system will I have to install my licence on that system?
There shouldn't be any issues here provided that you are the only user of the software. You wouldn't have to install your license on the client system.
> Do you have plans to introduce a U3 version of your software?
I don't know what would be involved in this, but have entered a suggestion to consider this into our developers' database. This isn't currently being actively planned.
Troy A. Pennington
Operations and Support Manager
IDM Computer Solutions, Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: IDM Computer Solutions, Inc.
> Sent: 09 August 2006 12:49
> To: Jason Brooks
> Subject: Re: U3 version of UltraEdit
> Hello Jason,
> Thanks for your message. We don't currently have a U3 version of our
> products. If you install UltraEdit-32 on a standard system, I believe
> you should be able to copy the installation directory to a USB drive
> and should have all functionality except shell integration. Does this help?
> Thanks, Troy
> Troy A. Pennington
> Operations and Support Manager
> IDM Computer Solutions, Inc.
> Jason Brooks wrote:
>> Message: Like many I find UE-32 a very useful tool. Do you have plans
>> on producing a U3 version that I can run on my U3 enabled USB Device?
>> I work at various client sites and at the moment all that is available
>> U3 wise is EditPad Pro which doesn't support SFTP or seems to be as
>> powerful as UE-32. I have read that article on making UE<10 portable,
>> but V12 isn't so. U3 devices also provide the ability to tie your
>> licencing model to the device.
>> Kind Regards Jason