I think AIDA64 should ask if the user wants to save a report when closing it without sending or saving it before.
It is not extremely important for reports generated using the Quick Report submenu, but when creating bigger reports, such as one with the Hardware Related Pages, a report may take several minutes and, in slow computers, freece the system for a while. If the user accidentally close the report window when this is done, it would need to wait for its generation again. In this case, it would be nice a confirmation dialog with a message like Do you want to save the report before closing it? with Yes, No and Cancel buttons, similar to various programs asking to save changes.
Dear AIDA64 dev team:
I have a new idea related to copying information from AIDA64 to the clipboard by using the right-clic menu/context menu, specially useful for devugging information ofthen required here to solve hardware problems.
When you copy any type of information using the AIDA64 context menus, the information is copied writen on the language you're using. However, when it is another than English and a user needs, for example, paste the information in this forum, the user may want to copy the data in English. Currently, the user must to set the program language to English, copy the required information and switch to his/her language again.
It would be great if the user could easily copy this kind of data in English, independently of his/her preferred language. For example, it might to be a submenu called "Copy in English", or by holding the SHIFT key when opening the context menu (Windows Vista/7 does it, for example, with the Copy as path and Open command window here for files and folders).
For last, the message after copying devug info is not localizable at this time. Could you add it to the language modules?
Thanks and congratulations for the good work!
Several strings can't be translated in Language .txt file, such as "OK" and "NetUpdate". Even you write "OK=xxx" or "NetUpdate=xxx" in language\*.txt file, it still remains OK and NetUpdate, not all languages directly call OK "OK". Please fix this.