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how to migrate the Tabbles database to a different Sql Server

Dear Tabbles followers, today we have another video how-to which answers the frequent questions: “what if I reinstall Windows?” “what if buy a new computer?” “What if I reinstall SQL Server?”.  In all these cases, how do you preserve your tags? Or if you have many Tabbles users, how do you reimport the tags of (Read Post)

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Hi, this video tutorial answers the following common questions: 1) I need to have many Tabbles users, each with his own machine, sharing their tags with each other. How can I configure Sql Server to do that?” 2) I am a single user, but I need to access Tabbles from several machines. How can I (Read Post)

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Hi all, this replies to a frequently asked question. Sometimes, when installing the latest version of Tabbles, you are asked to “upgrade the database“. (This is needed because Tabbles 3 is client-server, and upgrading the client does not automatically upgrade the database.) It turns out you can do that with a couple of clicks. Here (Read Post)

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By popular demand, we have made a detailed video tutorial showing how to install Sql Server 2012 Express (the free edition) to work with Tabbles. Here it is (be sure to enable captions): As you can see, you can just choose the defaults, except to enable Sql authentication mode (AKA mixed mode). After you install (Read Post)

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Set unique name for disk - Tabbles

Dear Tabbles followers, We are proud to announce the release of version 3.0.20 with a major new feature: find files in disconnected drives (cdroms, network drives, usb drives). This means that, when you find a file with Tabbles, and then try to open it by double-clicking, if the disk containing the file is disconnected, Tabbles (Read Post)

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Tabbles Explorer Integration

Hi all, this is Maurizio again. Today I want to show you one of the key features of Tabbles 3: the tracking of files moved with Explorer. Because a video is worth a thousand words, I made one: (be sure to turn on annotations for better understanding.) For those of you who still prefer words (Read Post)

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Integration of Tabbles with Windows Explorer is finally working. Now you can categorize files by right-clicking in Explorer. Here is a demo video: There is much more that could be done with regards to Explorer integration (e.g. we could add a column in Explorer showing, for each file, the tabbles to which it is attached), (Read Post)

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Today I made a (much needed) major rewrite of the “quick-open-tabbles” and “quick-link” dialog boxes. You can now arrange tabbles in many different ways (by name, by color, by color name, be recent usage, etc.) in order to find the tabbles you need more easily without typing anything. (Previously, the dialog was very oriented towards (Read Post)

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As promised, a new arrange feature is available in Tabbles 1.1.7 beta1 (download it here). Here is a video of the feature: Arranging tabbles in different ways can be useful to quickly locate a tabble by eyeballing. For example, if you want to quickly locate the tabble you have opened ten minutes ago, you may (Read Post)

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Here is a new video of the upcoming auto-alignment feature: In the previous video, I was executing the auto-alignment manually. In this video, auto-alignment happens automatically, each time I drag a tabble or a group of tabbles. You have the option whether to execute auto-alignment manually or automatically after each drag.

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Tabbles 4.2.0 (~ 19MB)
Compatible with: Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10. For LAN mode, it requires Microsoft Sql Server Express 2008 or above.

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