My english is not as good as I would want it to be.
Thank you a lot for bringing the trainer manager back!
I have some feedback/questions:
Is it possible to hide the frame with the website to have more space for browsing the local trainers? The current layout is great if you have about 10 trainers in the manager. But if there are more, the overview gets lost (could not describe this better).
You have stated the issues with all those different extraction tools that people may have installed and it would be like a sisyphean task to inlcude scripts/logics for all of them.
Why don't you integrate 7z.dll or another free library to unrar the trainers?
Another option could be changing the archive format to zip and use System.IO.Compression (ZipFile.ExtractToDirectory) for extraction. But since this option would directly address the mechanism the trainers are generated, I personally doubt this is a great idea
A quite simple improvement could be to just place a "browse trainer folder" nearby the trainer list. This way you are able to open the folder and just drag and drop from the downloaded archive.
If my thoughts are too simple-minded in any kind, just ignore it. I'm just trying to give some feedback.
Keep doing your thing, you are awesome
Can the list be sorted so that un-archived trainers show up first?
This allows a simple method of separating the games your playing from ones that you're not.
So for example, "trainers-A-Z then archived-trainers-A-Z" instead of just "Everything-A-Z" as it is now.
Or perhaps a toggle to hide the archived items.
Or you can mark the trainers you're currently using as your Favorite trainers which always appear at the top of the list.
Right-click on the title and choose the last option in the action menu.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem