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UrlSnooper / Re: Need Help
« on: January 08, 2017, 01:59 PM »
I was just commenting on n8wachT's post, making a file available and saying it was illegal, which is not something we condone here.

Although it was ment as if 'with the blink of an eye....'

I agree it wasnt my smartest move, sorry

I got it figured out. Thanks!  :P

Sweet  :Thmbsup:

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UrlSnooper / Re: Need Help
« on: January 08, 2017, 07:42 AM »
Guy hate to tell you but it is available to the public on History Channel. LOL

Well, guess we're good than!

I'll try explaining later on how the URL can be found by using webmaster tools in Firefox (Developer Edition)

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UrlSnooper / Re: Need Help
« on: January 08, 2017, 06:16 AM »
personally dont think that's a great idea here: not sure what mouser thinks...

I am removing the URL within 24 hours  ;)

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UrlSnooper / Re: Need Help
« on: January 08, 2017, 02:36 AM »
Anyone have any idea what I am doing wrong? :tellme:

Not doing anything wrong. The actual datacontainer is extremely well hidden in some kind of flash container.
My head hurts..

[EDIT BY MOD: Removed link]

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: January 03, 2017, 08:35 AM »
Some tools based on Annotatorjs which look very interesting

Very interesting indeed, great list!  :)

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 26, 2016, 11:54 AM »
The problem is that the format is totally different and some categories are not included.
e.g. Bookmarks Online in the 2nd column.


There is a little weirdness there I admit. Thinking with you, this is how it looks on my screen:

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Have you tried playing a bit with the font size settings? See if that changes anything?

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 26, 2016, 04:42 AM »
One thing lacking in Papaly (and many tools) is a good feedback and discussion and improvement method (e.g. uservoice).  Maybe such a page should be connected to the Papaly et al. page.  Any suggestions as to how?

Also a minor lack is (unless I missed it) the ability to load all the urls in a category at one time. I use that in Firefox bookmarks a lot.

Both your wishes can be found in the Papaly- but they are easy to miss or difficult to find in some cases. I'll try to explain. When sharing a papaly board, you can't find the options when viewing your page through that particular given share board url. Doesn't matter if you are the editor or a visitor. But let's try it this way (Using the world's top 500 website board as example):

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Leave the shared-board view by  clicking the menu upper right corner and choose 'home.' When you get there scroll down a bit and find the World's top 500 board again in your list. Click on it to open it again, and you'll notice that the view is a little bit different than when we check de page through the shared url. In my case, it has another theming layout. But more important, it also shows more options now if you look close.

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When hovering the mouse cursor on category top there is now a extra edit menu visible. From this tiny menu you can use the 'open all url's at once option that you pointed out as option on your wishlist  :)

It's still something that can be extended for even better feedback experience- but there is already an option to leave comments hidden right about (see screens below) here:


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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 23, 2016, 09:09 PM »

If the page is helpful

Damn right it's helpful, very beautiful addition to this topic. Thnx!  :Thmbsup:

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N.A.N.Y. 2017 / Re: DIA5
« on: December 22, 2016, 10:03 AM »
Over the years, I noticed that I repeatedly did lots of "Explorer" kinds of things, but kept starting and stopping a collection of programs in order to "get the job done".

This will be a true-geek trophy, I'm just playing around with it and really digging' it so far. Needs some 'studying' on how all the different functions work, but you've really created something special here. And you've provided a tutorial explaining most of the functions as well so, thumbs up!  :Thmbsup: Lot's of options I would love to see more from. Thnk you! Will give more extended comment while the project continues- at least I'll try!

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DC Gamer Club / Gems of War (match-3 v2.0++)
« on: December 22, 2016, 09:48 AM »
Let me start by saying: I am not really a gamer kind of guy. Meh, I might done some Warcraft II ages ago and Duke Nukem 3D. But the main reason for that was probably that there wasn't much else out there yet on the internet. I remember instead of playing Duke3d I soon started experimenting with the Build-engine and end up building a descent looking level myself (sadly data got lost somewhere along the way). But that's not what this topic's about.

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I'd like to point out one game that even got me- the non gamer- addicted; Gems of War.!
It's basicly a match-3 game like the more known bejeweled series. But, the game developers added an interesting set of gaming experience. They combined the match-3 genre with battle-elements and even build a comprehensive RPG-styled part around it, making it the most original strategical experience I've seen so far (within the puzzle genre though).

You play by making moves trying to combine as much gems of the same kind like you do in Bejeweled. Only, this time the computer is a active component. You play on turns. Combine 4 gems or more and you get an extra turn. Both computer and player play with 4 troops (here the magic-the-gathering card collecting comes in..). Every troop has special skills and before you know it there's some epic jewel battling going on- and I must warn you, this works extremely addctive. Extra team elements like Guilds you join to battle amongst others enlarge the whole experience even more.

The game is free to play, you can download it from the Steam Library. But in game you can spend real money to extend your playing experience on various ways. However, it isn't needed to experience the game in full effect. It does become very tempting and yes, even the non-gamer actually has spend real life money over time. Looking at this from a game developers perspective, the model of earning money this way is extremely smart. Because, I would have never spend the ammount of money on buying a game, than the ammount I've spend on it in total over the year. I am not telling how much because I simply don't want to confront myself with the up to date totals...  :D

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But they earn some credit. Really. The community part is also great, developers listen to their players ...

Interested in seeing this for yourself? Here's a small preview/teaser. All the links for more information and where to find the game are included below.



http://store.steampowered.com/app/329110
http://community.gemsofwar.com/
https://www.reddit.com/r/GemsofWar/

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WARNING: I just tried ClickOff on Vista, and it was not a happy experience at all

Majorgeeks: 'ClickOff automatically clicks button on error messages that come up all the time.'
My first thought on this is more like: let's find where the error messages come from all the time- like, LOL. Doesn't do any good
for this purpose... right.?  ;)

I can see some benefit for the other goals, like in more-advanced modus to handle free bitcoin every 5 minutes faucets. Just a thought  :D

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 22, 2016, 08:39 AM »
Cheers

 :D

http://linkli.st

Also have this ... well, awesome bookmark tool to add. But you might not like the looks of it. Personally I like the oldskool approach Linkli's using, but maybe .. that particular detail make this tool awesome for some, and awfull for others. Let's try anyway. Adding links works the bookmarklet way (see previous reply's). They provide an easy ready to use button you only have to drag to where you like it to be. Now whenever you find a website interesting enough to bookmark just press the button- select a subcategory (optional) and hit it. Like most of the bookmark services work, only.. this one works blazing fast, you can almost feel it.
http://linkli.st/n8wachT

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A handy extra is it gives you a .rss feed of your Linkli's (or other Linkli's of interest)..
http://linkli.st/n8wachT.atom

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Final tip: browse what is already there. There are some very fanatic folks who have done a lot of bookmarking work before us.
Main portal to crawl a bit around is the public list. From there you'll find your way..

http://linkli.st/public
http://linkli.st/labman
http://linkli.st/chetanhegdem



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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 22, 2016, 07:02 AM »
the attempt would be bookmarking a forum while browsing threads and then export to html as a base to elaborate a newsletter

Bookmarklets!
As an simple yet powerfull extension could be considered using on various platforms. Like for instance... When bookmarkletting a bit on the Papaly  site, it can easily create beautiful (html) listings/overview and so on...

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I've used the 'Grablinks bookmarklet' but there are tons of other variations and you can build an more personized one
without to much hassle..


javascript:(function(){var%20p=document.createElement("p");p.innerHTML="<strong>Loading%E2%80%A6</strong>";p.id="loadingp";p.style.padding="20px";p.style.background="#fff";p.style.left="20px";p.style.top=0;p.style.position="fixed";p.style.zIndex="9999999";p.style.opacity=".85";document.body.appendChild(p);document.body.appendChild(document.createElement("script")).src="//d2z4mgf8zqkbu2.cloudfront.net/bookmarklets/grablinks.js?x="+(Math.random());})();

Just create a new bookmark on your firefox bookmarks bar and copy the code from above into the location field. Now just hit the
newly created button on a website of choice and TADA  :D


https://www.squarefree.com/bookmarklets/
http://www.bookmarklets.com/tools/categor.html
http://www.bookmarklets.com/about/links.html
http://www.labnol.org/internet/manage-bookmarklets-efficiently/7964/
https://www.squarefree.com/bookmarklets/search.html

https://papaly.com/search?q=bookmarklet

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 :Thmbsup: :Thmbsup:

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 10:39 PM »
will this be possible? haven't checked it out yet

It's also an idea to export the last newsletter to .html and host it somewhere else. Put a link in future newsletters to that host and you
will have 499 url's left every time you start over.
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no collaborative in the sense of inviting people but in relating your content with tags from other anonymous users

Yeah I misunderstood the meaning of collaborative there, but I've been digging a bit deeper meanwhile in how it could
work in collab-way by using tags.. and I find it very interesting so far. Going to build a package of keywords/tags and
will try some other tools as well to see how that works out. But thats more an secondary path- I don't think such system
would work when sending out newslettes.
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Some more to check out- if you like. I'm already on it  :D
https://github.com/shaarli/shaarli/
http://first.deskhot.com/
https://quip.com/
https://www.campaignmonitor.com/features/

http://historio.us/
https://www.xmarks.com/
https://www.listango.com/

http://www.favable.com/index.asp
http://www.launch.menu/
http://www.skloog.com/

http://draggo.com/
http://draggo.com/n8wachT



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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 01:35 PM »
WAIT.... !!  ;D

https://konektom.org/
Konektom.org is a collaborative bookmarking service named after the connectome — the brain's wiring diagram. Once you start bookmarking with Konektom.org you will get more URLs recommended based on the bookmarks you create.

We should definitly check out this one  :Thmbsup:


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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 01:26 PM »
Not sure most of these if any are collaborative and allow html export

Papaly has an export to .html option. But not very usefull collaborative..
But i've got a lot more options somewhere in my linking toolbox. I'll let you know if I find something more useful again  :Thmbsup:

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 15, 2016, 08:38 PM »
https://www.listango.com/
http://www.bookmarkbuddy.net/freeware/index.html
http://ww2.ikeepbookmarks.com/home.asp

https://zeef.com/
Create categorized bookmark tables and share boards with others. Below two fantastic examples:

https://productivity.zeef.com/mascha.van.de.weer
https://awesome-websites.zeef.com/1984valkyrie

Zeef reminded me of Papaly, another service I've been using for some time now.. Check out some of my boards:
One about electronic music scene, and another on drug-related topics:

https://papaly.com/n8wachT/7QXnt/The-Electronic-Music-Scene-
https://papaly.com/n8wachT/2fxOt/Drugged-%7C-n8chtelijke-PortaL

http://semanticscuttle.sourceforge.net/
https://historio.us/
https://www.hitabs.com/
https://tagpacker.com/

Realy should go to bed now...
But there's plenty more, if wanted
  :)



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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 15, 2016, 05:07 PM »
Handpick.me

Recently discovered this tool. You can add URL's from scratch, or use the bookmarklet for fast processing.
Everything you 'handpicked' can be send out as newsletter to your subscribers.. Screenshots below: first one
is the options menu on the handpick site. Second screenshot is how my mailing looks.


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Oh, and if you would like to subscribe to my handpicked awesomeness ... just shout !  :D :Thmbsup:

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Keep going!

Thanks!  :D

Is it also possible like, using #filecontents to quickly browse throug lists of your favorite websites, favorited mp3's etc. ?
Think I see the potential it has. Looking forward to spend some time exploring it all. Keep me posted if you get any briljant
idea's on the 'file favoriter concept'

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Let me just point out that if you simply added the file paths to a text file, with one line per file, it would be trivial to use a simple FARR alias to display and search this list of files on demand, using the #filecontents function of FARR.

What is 'simply' for you masters of coding can give a nightowL like me the kind of headache like... KWAZZAAAAM!

But unbelievable, I managed to create an beginning by using FARR and understand at least a part of how/what it works.
It asks a whole different way of thinking that I'm not used to, but I think when I finally get more used to it.....  Thnx!! :Thmbsup:

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working with a shell-type extension, or anything deeply integrated into the context menu, it's a right PITA to support across the differing Windows OSes

Think I know what you mean, like the 64bit or 32 version (what confused me many times, without being deeply integrated  :D)

I'm gonna check out the tool and headback when I got some results.

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Presets (i.e., "play at 1.6x speed") and an easy way to increase/decrease speed would be great


Winamp had a built in option for that. It can be found when going to 'plugins' and select 'DSP Effect.'
As far as I know most versions include the 'Nullsoft Processing Studio' (or in anyway you can choose
to install it when installing winamp custom mode). The Lite versions might not include it- not sure about
that. Anyway, within the newly loaded plugin you can choose 'Load preset' to find a whole bunch of
ready-made effects, including a nifty pitching tool you can shift in realtime. Screenshot below gives
an better view  :)

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What would happen if you let a bunch of people build an(y) Ikea furniture while they are on drugs.?

Ladies and Gentleman, I give you.... Hikea.!

 


Let's RoLL!

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AV Media Copy is no longer to be found

h0wdy!

Thnx for all, but... that's not realy what I'm looking for. I already have great extensions for my mediaplayer from which I can build playlists and copy the
files directly from the program. I''m more looking towards a utility that marks the files in Windows Explorer- by colored tags for instance. And the ultimate
possible thing would be that this can be handled from within Winamp as well- or the other way around. Example: I favorite a winamp track and copy the
item to a pre-defined folder. The original file stays in the original directory only gets color marked.

I'm still looking into the options for this regarding FARR. And I did some browsing. Actually came across a tool that allows the marking of files. Sadly the
free version is very limited. I was hoping to find a freeware-like program: Rainbowfolders does a great job on colored tagging (but like it says, with folder).





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