« on: September 21, 2012, 05:59 AM »
Thanks for the tips, I will give 'Terminals' a try.
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Right click on the Quick Paste group, and say Edit, then modify the SQL statement: (see attachment in previous post)
Change it to something like:
NOT (IsInRecyleBin) AND (ModificationDateTime>=DateTimeMinusOneDay)-mouser (October 22, 2008, 08:51 AM)
try this: (see attachment in previous post)-mouser (October 21, 2008, 02:24 PM)
as for:P.S.: And my favourites keep being moved to the Recycle Bin, tooi'm going to be updating CHS any day now and i will fix this bug (temporary workaround is to not just checkbox the favorites but actually drag them into the Favorites group section.
I'll just put in another plug for my Clipboard Help+Spell program if you do this kind of stuff a lot -- only because CHS lets you create text formatting presets/scripts that you can run on selected text really easily. I use it to format text quite often -- you highlight some text -- hit the CHS hotkey to bring up the menu, choose the Formatting Presets submenu, and then select from your saved presets/scripts.-mouser (October 21, 2008, 04:51 AM)
There're quite a few small utilities for cleaning and reflowing (reformatting) grunged e-mail, some of them listed on the AskMisterEmail.com Other mail tools page, many of them free.
[...]-rjbull (October 15, 2008, 05:59 AM)
similarly, the Windowpad (search around these forums) autohotkey-based program allows you to press Appkey-Spacebar to move your maximized window from one monitor to another.-kreatorr (September 23, 2008, 09:39 PM)
On a side note, why did you add all those folders to your search folders? Doesn't it make farr very slow, as it has to search %programfiles% and %windir% all the time? Shortcuts to programs should be placed in the start menu, which should be searched, but why the %programfiles% folder itself?-d4ni (August 24, 2008, 05:02 PM)
It might be better for your to use a launcher which does index files, not search all folders during keystrokes, like Launchy.
if you uncheck those folders, does the problem go away?-mouser (August 24, 2008, 01:00 PM)
if you bring up farr, and then type the letter f, do you see the f appear and is it searching, or does farr appear to be hung?
and then can you confirm that the delay before fcalc showing is only after you hit the space after fc?
i'm trying to get a feeling for when the delay occurs even if you type really slowly and give farr a chance to fully "wake up".
try temporarily enabling the option for "Show search subdir details in status bar (slow!)" on the Display Options tab, see if it tells you anything more useful in the statusbar while you type fc.
another thing to try would be go to Keyboard Interface tab and fill in a value for the "Optional prefix character" in the Keyboard Interface tab. use something like $ and then to call fc you would type $fc. this would stop any normal default searching as you type $fc.. so it might give us a hint about whether the problem was a delay caused by searching your disk.
hmm, correct me if im wrong but i was under the impression that the functionality to automatically launch an alias with only a single result was added a few releases ago
Christian, can you give me an example of what happens (preferably using a built in alias that i also have) so i can reproduce and test?-mouser (July 03, 2008, 11:04 AM)