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    Have something to say about ModusDoc? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than ModusDoc, post it here! If you know of issues with ModusDoc, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

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    Why so many down-votes? None with comments or feedback?? Does anyone have performance, reliability, or security info to share? Thanks.

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    Peter Blaise

    Sadly useless — no automatic anything ( that’s what computers are for ).

    Not even a sample to help explore features.

    Intelligence wise, I’d love an automatic input program that scans my hard drive(s) for videos and looks them up on the web and builds a database of title, date, people appearing, whatever I ask for.

    Or scans my hard drive(s) for audio and does the same, title, date, people appearing, and so on.


    Image files?



    There are limits to Windows File Explorer ( it can’t easily show and maintain a list of files across different directories ), and file names themselves don’t always reveal artist, date, title, content.

    If this is a relational database, I see no flexibility in the default blank screen for extended relations, such as being able to ask “show me all videos with Tina Turner” or “show me all audios with Tina Turner”, or “show me all Tina Turner resources from 2005” or “show me all performances with Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder“.


    — Intelligent auto building from digital resources.

    — Intelligent expandable relational structure.

    — Intelligent Query query and reports.

    The difference between this and a spreadsheet of your own making is?


    A spreadsheet of your own making is compatible.

    This is not.

    This appears to be a raw note-taking tool like the plethora of mini-databases that let people build name and address books, or a collection of kitchen recipes in the early years of DOS computers when Ashton Tate dbase III was $600.

    Go to the company’s website and see in Russian, tools for use “… in accordance with MDS 81-35.2004 “Methodology for determining the cost of construction products in the territory of the Russian Federation” …”.

    They built a note-taking tool to list your construction materials and cost them … a spreadsheet for folks who do not know how to build their own spreadsheet.

    At least it’s virus-free according to VirusTotal, and that’s a high mark for a Russian software!


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    Thanks, Peter, for your always helpful, detailed, and informative reviews.

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    What languages does the program support?

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    At least it’s virus-free according to VirusTotal, and that’s a high mark for a Russian software!

    Peter Blaise, you are a brainwashed idiot.

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