Reminds me slightly of: https://en.wikipedia...g/wiki/Robot_Odyssey
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[ Invalid Attachment ]-Deozaan (April 06, 2018, 01:41 PM)
Could avoid the GUI altogether and revert to a series of Read-Host prompt/answer inputs plus include the ability to run as a standard command if all parameters are fulfilled on the command line.
Would be the quickest way to make it portable.-4wd (August 15, 2019, 08:48 AM)
W.r.t. filepaths, PowerShell (Core) is pretty agnostic when it comes to using / or \ - either will do, plus it sees multiple occurrences, (eg. ////), as just a single occurrence.
For example, the below are all the same path as far as PoSh (Core) is concerned:
It makes this aspect of PoSh scripts OS agnostic ... something they got exactly right
When I'm working on a project and I am stuck, I start another one for the time being.-Tuxman (August 13, 2019, 07:07 AM)
I usually choose a different toolset for each, so I'm not stuck in the same place in more than one project at a time.
Interestingly, I always had one of its dialogs open behind other windows, (either the OpenFile or the final Retry/Cancel), until I added the above run check.
The Retry/Cancel dialog still opens behind other windows sometimes.-4wd (August 12, 2019, 05:26 AM)
The other problem, which I believe is related to the use of the Show-Command cmdlet, is that selecting Cancel still opens the OpenFile dialog.
I might get a chance to look at it later and try and isolate the relevant routines, (still overseas on a low-powered laptop atm).
note: loading bookmarks is broken thru version 1.0.5. The last working version I know of was in the 0.8 series.
portablefreeware.com - its my goto when I'm looking for something I can't get here.-Target (July 25, 2019, 05:23 PM)
the paper also tells us that Occam’s Razor is wrong. Overfitting is possible with just one parameter and so models with fewer parameters are not necessarily preferable even if they fit the data as well or better than models with more parameters.
How Microsoft made it harder to create Windows 10 local accounts-Arizona Hot (July 22, 2019, 04:53 PM)
During the Wi-Fi sign-in page, you can opt to skip it. That leads you to the page where Cortana soulfully begs you to reconsider, reminding you that just a single click can save you precious time later on. Standing firm and clicking No will lead you to the local account page—though there’s absolutely no helpful cue to inform you as such. This may not be as insidious as Microsoft’s 2016 “click the X” debacle, but it’s close.
If you manage to be ensnared, however, don’t despair—there’s a way to wriggle free. If you’re stuck on the “Sign in with Microsoft” account page, you’ll need to turn off your PC’s Internet connection: Unplug the ethernet cord, disconnect the router, or turn off your laptop’s WiFi using an “airplane mode” key on the keyboard (if it has one). What you’re trying to do is force Windows to be unable to connect to the Internet. What worked for me then was to then try once again to create a Windows account, knowing full well that it would fail.
Microsoft's new Windows Terminal is now available in the Store-Arizona Hot (June 28, 2019, 06:31 AM)