I think walking down a virtual isle filled with items would be a good idea..
Other people thought the same, before, and tried it. In the end, customers preferred more conventional sites. So, it doesn't matter what you think: that solution was tried, and didn't work.
albert wrote:I spent 10 hours today working on formulas , some 50 or so different formulas , and nothing compressed..
So far , I've tried several thousand different formulas , over the last two years..
That should show you that you are pursuing a wrong solution. Someone (perhaps Einstein) once said "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
albert wrote:I've only posted the ones that compressed.. But sadly , none of them could be decompressed..
How many times do I have to tell you? If it could not decompressed, it was never compressed, it was just corrupted
Richard wrote:Aisle 3. Unreliable compressors, the longest aisle and most are free. It includes hardware like “write only memory”, fake cache, and the original Diskdoubler card for the PC.
The original Diskdoubler card for PC was actually a coprocessor to help the software Diskdoubler (a software that worked more or less like Stacker, or DoubleSpace (later DriveSpace), so why do you call it an unreliable compressor? Perhaps are you confusing it with SoftRam (that indeed didn't work, and the company that produced it was charged and convicted for scam)?