Sad news, but completely understandable considering the amount of extra work I'm sure it involved. This code function "interleaves" numbers into pairs for high density.

The new ways things are done make it very difficult to achieve the same customizations So, moving forward, I am making the latest version of Classic Shell open-source and adding it back to SourceForge https: QALab keeps a track of the changes over time, thereby allowing you to see trends over time.

I'm a developer as well, and I have to imagine that many users of classic shell are as well. They are often used by open-source software projects and other multi-developer projects to handle various versions. This source code may be incorporated in the application only if there is a valid license from IDAutomation.