The "<" character denotes a link to a file source.
i.e. where I originally downloaded the file(s) from.
If no link is available, check the given forum post.
The ">" character denotes a link to a mirror for either a directory or file.
The "#" character denotes a link to a tag/bookmark on this page; when that character appears
in the left margin of this page.
When appearing anywhere else in this page, "#" denotes a root command prompt.
Different websites/services may have different policies with regards to file/account deletion.
Some websites/services delete files after a period of inactivity (no downloads).
Some websites/services will delete a user account, and all their files, if a user has not logged
into their website/service for a period of time.
Just in case something unforseen happens to me, and these dates have not been updated in quite a
while, you will have a window to download files before possible deletion occurs.
Websites/services come and go, sometimes without warning. These dates are only estimates.
I usually just create .pet files.
There are a few tools that I find useful in creating
.pet to .sfs
- pets2sfs | forum postdownloadpost
- createsfs | forum postdownload
- PaDS 1.0.4 ---> convert and merge
(P)ET (a)nd (D)EB into a single (S)FS | post(page)
- right-click options | forum pagepost
| many features, one of which is converting to sfs.
- PETS2SFSGUI | forum page