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Does the script work if you have set a password? If not, maybe you should prompt the user for their password and then temporarily activate the autologin, removing it after reboot. Then again you probably thought of this already, because I've yet to test this out...  :P

Living Room / Re: Flash Game of the Week: DeepLeap
« on: May 06, 2009, 09:55 PM »
308 so far, that's pathetic... what do you do when you end with one letter?!

I'm pretty sure that your network should work out-of-the-box, or maybe after following its Quick Start Guide. (of course, you threw that out as soon as you opened the box, right?  ;)) Windows has the Network Setup Wizard, which I've never used, but should work.

You should stream (and play on the other end) the video using VLC. There might be better ones, but that's the one I know about and works for me.

Using the wireless-N router would be a good idea, since you could then stream at a higher bitrate more reliably.

Hmm... nobody mentioned the Lifehacker posts yet?

This one is from April 2007:
This one is also from April 2007:
And this one is from December 2005:

Many of the scripts are still useful, though.

Searching through the posts tagged "Greasemonkey" also turns up many useful scripts.

My personal favorite and most useful is YousableTubeFix. http://userscripts.o...g/scripts/show/13333
From the script's page: Removes ads and unwanted sections (configurable), allows downloading and resizing videos, displays all comments on video page, expands the description, can prevent autoplay and autodownload, adds a HD (High Definition) select, etc...

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA - A different type of computer timer
« on: February 03, 2008, 10:30 AM »
Couldn't you just configure your computer to turn on when it gets power, and just use a standard plug-in timer?

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Bandwidth limiter program
« on: February 03, 2008, 10:26 AM »
Hmm, netmeter seems good. Unfortunately, it's not free, and has too many bells and whistles. Thanks anyway thoguh :Thmbsup:.

It shouldn't be too hard to do that, but remember that you have to train the engine first, and also Microsoft's speech-to-text engine is terrible.   

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Bandwidth limiter program
« on: February 03, 2008, 10:20 AM »
I would like to have a program that could limit bandwidth to certain programs, and that could be run and configured from the command-line. It would be useful for limiting download speeds during certain times of the day, for example to help manage multiple downloads from multiple programs. It's hard to give an example of its use, but I'm sure that it could be used somehow.

Could someone make a program that does this? Thanks!  :)

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