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Hm, Tab Mix Plus is for Firefox pre-v57 only, why do you want to promote a plugin that's not usable to most regular (up-to-date) FF users?

[OT]: This smells a lot like a spam message..., and also it should have gone into the existing thread of (nearly) the same name.
Any admin who agrees with me should IMHO remove this thread and probably the OP too.

As confirmed by Deozaan: it was a spammer. Thanks for fixing that :up:

If it helps, i could show with Delphi Code what i like to have implemented, ...
I hope I didn't give you the impression I'd be working on this, as I'm not. I don't (like to) do Javascript development... :-[

It seems you haven't filed a change request (or 2) in their issue tracker, and developers are known for their lazy response towards email, so maybe you could try that tracker first?
The language is Javascript, and that is quite comprehendable for a Delphi-guy (I say as a former Delphi-dev), it might require a little studying of that Electron library, but that is to be expected.

Living Room / Re: I'm getting married, wish me luck!
« on: October 06, 2018, 10:17 AM »
Good luck, many happy days together :-*

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: N.A.N.Y. 2019 Announcement
« on: October 05, 2018, 01:41 AM »
And I'm even further behind, still need an idea to work on... :-[

Doesn't your mouse supplier provide software for that? Most major brands do, AFAIK

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: N.A.N.Y. 2019 -- ScrabbleScore
« on: October 01, 2018, 01:10 AM »
due small size i wonder how you calculate legitime words and wich languages will it support.
.NET can result in very small .exe files, as most of the code is in the framework, as opposed to Delphi, C++, etc., where all runtime stuff is (usually) linked into the .exe

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: N.A.N.Y. 2019 -- ScrabbleScore
« on: September 30, 2018, 08:20 AM »
I add the application as an attachment but it doesn't show up in the post.
You need to attach a .zip (or .7z) file, .exe is not accepted by the forum, AFAICS, and the maximum filesize is ~16 MB, but I guess that's not a problem.

Living Room / Re: Backup Power for USB device -- does it exist?
« on: September 26, 2018, 01:05 AM »
If it loses power momentarily then it will reset to the "application select screen" and require physical interaction to select and launch the correct app.
Are you sure that power is disconnected during boot of the RPi? Could it be that the device is reset via USB initialization commands? In that case, all your 'keep power applied' actions will be in vane...

Living Room / Re: Backup Power for USB device -- does it exist?
« on: September 25, 2018, 03:23 PM »
Some USB devices with the requirement of stable power have an extra powerplug mounted, I assume yours doesn't?

Maybe you can 'sabotage' a Y-cable, by cutting the + power wire on the RPi side, and providing stable power on the other end, besides the data wires, common ground is also a requirement.

General Software Discussion / Re: Vivaldi and Multiple User Profiles
« on: September 25, 2018, 01:20 AM »
Well, now that Firefox is thrown in :), this FF plugin sounds usable in this case: https://addons.mozil...-account-containers/

because the regex will be different! And I want to store the whole regex match in the file, which will be huge multiline text!
Whut? :o

We're back at square one. The circle is completed, again.

You have come here, asking for 'help'. Please provide us with what you want to achieve, and stop asking for small bits of silly info, with even more silly examples. This is not going to get you to a solution, as you obviously don't understand how problem-solving works.
I pretty sure I've said this before, a couple of weeks ago. :(
If you can't comply with that, I'd suggest all participants to ignore your requests until something useful comes out of your keyboard.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: My entry
« on: September 18, 2018, 01:45 AM »
You have explained how to use it, but what's the purpose of this tool? I'm not gettin' it yet... :huh:

I want to output to a separate file all the matches where the (.+?) is the same.
Run a second command on your previous output
Code: PowerShell [Select]
  1. gci FILEPATH\out.txt|group|select Count,Name >FILEPATH\out-counted.txt
The code is also the pseudo code.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: cStatus a portable network scan and monitoring tool
« on: September 14, 2018, 01:30 PM »
~10 minutes later.

It auto-redirected to https and worked just fine from here (using Firefox and on my home connection)

General Software Discussion / Re: Big Data tools
« on: September 14, 2018, 12:59 PM »
I want to also be able to view the content,

Well, you could just buy EmEditor, it's not that expensive, or EditPad Pro, that does also handle really big files with ease.

For a freebee, check out the really old, and a bit harsh to download, MadEdit, it opened a > 20GB file without a hitch, and supports regex search and replace.

Like I suggested above, and me and others before, it would really get you more helpful answers if you specify what you want, need and desire complete instead of letting us pull those details with pliers, in the dark >:(

General Software Discussion / Re: Big Data tools
« on: September 14, 2018, 12:02 PM »
Haven't tested with log files bigger than 2GByte, so if 20GByte log files can be processed, I can't tell.
Well, I did and it wasn't nice,
Created a large file using this method
Installed RJ TextEd and tried to open it, with this result:

Screenshot - 14-09-2018 , 19_00_32.png

General Software Discussion / Re: Big Data tools
« on: September 14, 2018, 10:44 AM »
Is there a 'free for commercial use' software that opens and processes with regex large text files of 20GB?

TL;DR; Yes.

  • Any Linux distro with a non-commercial license (most will fit)
  • Linux-tools for Windows (if it's supposed to run on Windows, you didn't say it should)
In any of these environments use tools like grep, sed, awk, perl, python etc. for text processing.

  • 'Plain' Windows (7 and newer)[/i]
Use powershell, like shown & explained in your other thread.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: cStatus a portable network scan and monitoring tool
« on: September 13, 2018, 01:54 PM »
maybe because I don't have a SSL certificate...
If you have access to the server you can quite easily configure it to have a Let's Encrypt free certificate...

What could be the problem?
You haven't shared the file, so we'll never know, unless...

I have no clue on where CodeByter/Carl Danley went, but seeing the github page he's quite active there, just not on DC for quite some time. And his personal page just throws a 404 at me :huh:

uncompressing the rar to WishList directory in your program files (x86).
You'd better not install it there, a separate directory outside of any protected system folder, is preferred (and sometimes even required) for any portable software. Often used is a directory named Portable in your data partition (D:\Portable for instance, so for WishList it would be D:\Portable\WishList).

For my NANY 2015 entry SedTester I found these resources/examples:
That's what I based my call-out to sed.exe on. That piece of code is quite specific (and poorly documented ;D), so I hope this enough for now.

Give me a link !!!!!
Have you tried ? If so you would have typed less than posting here, and much quicker and more results !!!!!

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