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I am trying to implement this IDropTarget in my application but I canĀ“t find info on this.
Maybe you could explain (or point me in the right direction) in how you do in AHK.

Files 2 Folder uses a very old AHK library which I've attached to this post.

@Rockets: You can get Note My File from Chris' main site here:  http://vdsfreak.com/...4416170/note-my-file
@Chris: He was mentioning that the GDrive link in your earlier post was dead.

Does anyone have a copy? Gdrive is dead

Copy of???  FileNote?  If so, a simple Google search turned this up:  http://www.softpedia...ement/FileNote.shtml

Choosing a mirror from the Download link seemed to work in my basic test.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Speed It Up, or Slow It Down
« on: September 05, 2017, 06:51 PM »
How does user get completely out?

Right-click the tray icon and choose Exit.

Interestingly one can pause simply by clicking on the desktop.  And resume by clicking on the program being read, picking right up again.

It's not paused.  That is, it's still sending a PageDown keystroke to whatever app/window has focus.  That said, the script can be easily modified to only work when your FBReader app is focused.

Actually...now that I read the initial post more closely, the request is a bit different from the thread I mention.  I think the OP wants a program that will take two images (the folder image and the "custom" image) and then make a composite of them.  Is that correct, Stamimail?

Thanks, Skrommel!

Crap...thought I posted in this thread already.  This has been requested before; check here for some alternatives by myself and c.gingerich:


Hi, Alloneword, and welcome to the DonationCoder site.

PlayTime uses the MediaInfo library to populate the list so, if MediaInfo doesn't return the data, it will be blank.  That said, I can try updating PlayTime to use the latest MediaInfo library to see if that fixes the issue.  If it doesn't fix the issue, you might try writing to the MediaInfo author.

Website | Download
v1.5.3 - 2017-09-02
    * Updated to v0.7.98.0 of MediaInfo.dll.

I'm not sure what you mean by "gerund" but you're welcome.   :D

You must be checking for duplicated entries also since there are multiple occurrences of JD and QQQ.

Yes, at the end of the list processing, I do an alpha sort and filter out duplicates.

@skwire: What regex did you use, (if you did)?

What ended up working the best was:

1. Loop through each line.
2. Crack each line on its spaces.
3. Evaluate each part with: [A-Z]+\b

It's not quite perfect, and I'm not sure it ever could be, but it seems to be close enough for the OP's work.

Same error.  Something is apparently wrong with my system.  Bummer.

Nah, it was my fault.  Apologies.   :-[  Please redownload and try again.

As you mentioned in your first post, this sort of thing is a bit inexact and might require a bit of manual cleanup.  However, please try the attached EXE as it should be pretty close to what you want.

I just created that manually as an example output.

So, from that example, you just want a list like this?:


Can you provide us with the text file?  Or a sample thereof?

Coding Snacks / Re: nany 2018 : Painting to text
« on: August 21, 2017, 05:23 PM »
Do you mean image-to-ascii?


but it has the unfortunate side-effect of making the chime and voice sound every second for the minute it's set to run.

Ah, apologies for that.  I didn't look too closely at the source.   :-[

Might there be a way round this?

To answer your question, yes, it'll take further code modifications to do what you want.  Unfortunately, I do not have time today to look at the source more closely (regular job getting in the way  :P).  If Skrommel doesn't get to it first, I'll try to find time later this week.

Thanks. I'd certainly sacrifice some CPU for a bit more accuracy here.
Or is there a setting which users can change, perhaps?

The source code doesn't have this as a user-definable setting but, if you have AutoHotkey installed, and are using the .ahk file instead of the .exe, you can easily modify the source on line 189 to do what you want.

Code: Autohotkey [Select]
  1. SetTimer,RUNNING,60000

The 60000 is 60000 milliseconds, or, 60 seconds.  If you want it checking every second, close the script, change the 60000 to 1000, and relaunch the script.  Make sense?

The only issue I've had so far is that the program only utilizes .wav files, which meant I couldn't use the audio file I had originally planned on using.

There are a myriad of audio file converter apps out there that easily convert just about any audio filetype to any other audio filetype.  There are also many website-based options, too.  Here's but one:  http://media.io/

Nirsoft just released TimeZonesView:  http://www.nirsoft.n...time_zones_view.html

Does that do what you want?

Regretfully I haven't found the right one, although, one comes very close.

Since it's extremely doubtful that you're going to find an app that does exactly what you want, consider using a small script that formats HashMyFiles' clipboard data.  Here's an AHK example:

Code: Autohotkey [Select]
  1. myNewText  := ""
  3. Loop, Parse, Clipboard, `n, `r
  4. {
  5.     If ( A_LoopField )
  6.     {
  7.         myArray := StrSplit( A_LoopField, A_Tab )
  9.         myNewText .= "Filename: "      . myArray[ 1 ] . "`r`n"
  10.                   .  "Filesize: "      . myArray[ 2 ] . "`r`n"
  11.                   .  "Modified date: " . myArray[ 3 ] . "`r`n"
  12.                   .  "Creation data: " . myArray[ 4 ] . "`r`n"
  13.                   .  "MD5: "           . myArray[ 5 ] . "`r`n"
  14.                   .  "SHA256: "        . myArray[ 6 ] . "`r`n`r`n"
  15.     }
  16. }
  18. Clipboard := myNewText

I call these ClipEx (CLIPboard EXchanger) scripts and I use an extensive amount of them in my day-to-day routine.

@Skrommel: As always, thanks!
@silekonn: If this solution is working for you, do you mind if I moved it to the Finished section?

@Skrommel: Thanks!
@stisev: If you're satisfied with Skrommel's app, do you mind if I move this to the Finished section?

@Phoenix232: If you don't require further help on this, do you mind if I move this to the Finished section?

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