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    Smile SoapIt - Lye Calculator for Making Soap

    I have been working on a little application for a couple months and feel pretty comfortable releasing it here. I think there are some good examples of using custom masked textboxes, and creating a custom file output, input format (not xml :P) It calculates 10+ different commonly used oils for making soap, and I have made several batches now. You can run the application as admin to register the file type in the directory you decide to run from... there might be a better method to handling this, but it works for me. Thanks to BrambleBerry's source for the conversion ratios!

    I realize the policy of no executables, but if you would just like to download the most current release you can find executable here:
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    Re: SoapIt - Lye Calculator for Making Soap

    Quote Originally Posted by condonethis View Post
    I realize the policy of no executables, but if you would just like to download the most current release you can find executable here:
    You know and yet you choose to ignore it. Did you think that would be OK?

    You are banned for two weeks (and I am being soft here....my initial reaction was a permanent ban)

    If you ever post another link to any compile code, or include any compiled code in an attachment again, you will be banned for life.
    Last edited by Hack; Jun 9th, 2012 at 12:42 PM.
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