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Finished Programs / Tic Toc Title Mod?
« on: January 17, 2015, 11:02 PM »

i've used Tic Toc Title on XP for years and love it - with one exception. As long as it affixes itself to a full screen window it's perfect but it's coded to show on any "window" that has the focus. And that may be a dialog block where it obscures the message. How hard would it be to tweak it so it *only* shows on the top-most maximized window? (says he who struggles to write a bat file)

BTW, i'm transitioning to Win 7 and it runs fine there in XP compatibility mode.


Give this a try: <snip>

Works perfectly! Thanks so much! 
(one small step closer to computing prefection..    :-*)



"Create Shortcut There" is one of my "must have" apps. I use it 10 times a week! But (and there's always a "but" isn't there!) every time I use it i'm reminded of the one change that would make it perfect:

When we open the "Browse for Folder" window it opens to the location that holds the file that we want to create a shortcut from - which is the least likely location to be our target folder. If, instead, it opened to the last used target location it would save a lot of maneuvering in that window. IE: 95% of the time i'm wanting to create a shortcut in my StartMenu (C:\D&S\AllUsers\StartMenu) from my app folder on the F: partition.

Any way to do this?

Thanks for your great apps!!


Skrommel's Software / Re: Request on CreateShortcutThere
« on: February 12, 2009, 10:42 PM »
Yes, have a look at the source code. Click the A icon on my web page, save the file as CreateShortcutThere.ahk and open it in Notepad. to run it, also downlaod and install AutoHotkey from skrommel

That did it! Thanks!


Skrommel's Software / Request on CreateShortcutThere
« on: January 24, 2009, 01:35 AM »

I just tried out CreateShortcutThere and it's pretty handy to me.  Unfortunately it adds the string: "shortcut" into the shortcut itself. IE: "application.lnk" becomes application - shortcut.lnk". Can that behavior be changed? Thanks.


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