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1  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Your favorite or most useful on: August 03, 2015, 11:01:41 AM
The path I had from Everything was: C:\Users\UserID\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\rocqvjw1.default\extensions\extensionlistdumper@sogame.cat\chrome\chromeFiles\content\ELDumperOutput.js
2  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Extension List Dumper - FIXED on: August 03, 2015, 08:20:34 AM
Extension List Dumper doesn't work with Firefox 39 on Windows 10 Pro.
Yes, I keep hoping the author will fix it...

not him, but Chris000001:

Quote from: Dennis, a user of Extension List Dumper
Posted June 11th, 2014, 9:44 pm
Chris000001 wrote: >>Change 'resource://gre/modules/XPIProvider.jsm' to 'resource://gre/modules/addons/XPIProvider.jsm' (and don't remark anything out.) That's from this blog: https://blog.mozilla.org/...atibility-for-firefox-30/. So, in the same file, ELDumperOutput.js, change:<<

Bless you! Gotta love a fix that requires adding one word to a parameter in a file. Extension List Dumper now works again in Nightly.
Thank you very much.
/Dennis

from http://forums.mozillazine....php?p=13611893#p13611893 + https://addons.mozilla.or...on/extension-list-dumper/

but you don't edit a xpi just using notepad, so I don't know what to do with this instruction.

Just:
  • 1. Open file ELDumperOutput.js in a text editor.
  • 2. Find: "resource://gre/modules/XPIProvider.jsm"
  • 3. Change it to: "resource://gre/modules/addons/XPIProvider.jsm"
  • 4. Save the changed file.
  • 5. Make sure the extension Extension List Dumper is enabled in Firefox.
  • 6. Restart Firefox.
  • 7. Go to the extensions tab and press the Dump List button (in top RH corner).

By the way, a tip for getting the list in RTF:
  • Get the list output in BBcode, then
  • copy that list to a DC forum comment, then
  • Preview it, and
  • copy the preview text and past it as RTF into your notebook (I use OneNote) - you will see that all the hyperlinks are active in RTF that way.

Many thanks - that is a simple fix. Nice find. Works a treat now.   Thmbsup
3  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Your favorite or most useful on: August 03, 2015, 02:21:47 AM
Extension List Dumper doesn't work with Firefox 39 on Windows 10 Pro. The addon itself has not been updated since Firefox 9, so you might say it went well for a long period of time.
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Yes, I keep hoping the author will fix it...
4  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: TouchPad for PC w/Windows 7 vs. carpal tunnel ? on: August 03, 2015, 02:11:52 AM
sheesh...i'm so skeptical still.
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So am I! Stay that way. This is simply another illustration as to how little we know about how things work.
I have no explanation as to how it works, but yet empirically it (fortunately for me, at any rate!) works consistently, and is repeatable. It's not a "miracle".

Similarly, we have little real understanding of how, for example (say) acupuncture actually works, yet empirically it seems to work consistently and is nothing miraculous.
Strangely, many of those who might wish to refute such empiric evidence might apparently happily accept a fantastic hypothesis such as that the universe started with a miraculous "Big Bang", or something.

A good snake-oil salesman knows that once a credulous person accepts a false premise - or a "miracle" - then he will accept a hundred more.

I blame the Old Testament.
5  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: TouchPad for PC w/Windows 7 vs. carpal tunnel ? on: August 01, 2015, 04:15:16 PM
Well, sorry, I did wonder about whether it was a pun, but felt sure that it was a serious point.  In fact, I was positive.   embarassed
Don't get carried away on a wave of enthusiasm though. Ruddy heck, there's a difference between electro-chemical and electro-voltaic, you know - they are poles apart - and copper is non-magnetic by the way @MilesAhead, so that pun went South.
Did you know that some IUDs are effective simply because they have copper in them? The electro-chemical effect in the mucosal solution damages/destroys sperm cells.
Not a lot of people know that.™
6  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: TouchPad for PC w/Windows 7 vs. carpal tunnel ? on: August 01, 2015, 07:52:58 AM
you serious about the copper band?  I am a little shocked.
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Why "shocked"? Yes, I'm quite serious about the copper band.

Somewhat off-topic, but here's my reply:
When I was shipped out to Manila (the Philippines) on a long-term consulting assignment some years back, I became quite ill with a stomach infection (vomiting and diarrhoea), and at the same time my TS (tina sinovitis) and tennis elbow flared up very badly (probably due to the increased humidity in my environment). Prior to leaving for Manila, I had been doing some labouring using a heavy builder's lump hammer, and this had certainly aggravated the TS and tennis elbow.

I walked to a nearby drugstore. I had to pause occasionally from near-fainting, I was running a very high temperature and there was a loud ringing in my ears. I was intent on buying some elelctrolytes (I was dehydrated), a wide spectrum antibiotic (Augmentin), something to stop the runs, and analgesics - the latter to reduce my temperature and especially the intense pain in both my forearms.

I had never previously experienced this high level of pain from the arthritis in my arms. When it had been painful before, it had always taken about three months to subside, with my being careful not to use my arms too much - that included typing on my laptop, which would aggravate the condition something rotten.

As I was leaving the drugstore with my medicines, I noticed they had copper bracelets for sale. As a sceptic of homoeopathy, quack remedies, and old wives' tales generally, I had always considered copper and magnetic bracelets to be bunkum. However, I went back into the drugstore and bought a bracelet because I thought, like a lottery ticket, it just might help, and anything to relieve the severe pain and discomfort would be welcome. Then I went back to my apartment, took my medicines, put on the bracelet, and went to bed. The medicines worked, and I began to get well.

It was about 36 hours after taking the medicines that I felt well enough to sit down at my laptop to do some work and started typing away. It was only then that I noticed that my arms were no longer hurting - like you notice when a burn stops hurting. The next day, as I got out of bed, I noticed that the old familiar twinges and stiffness in my lower back and neck - which I had lived with since age 17 - were gone, and that I could sit up in bed in the mornings, instead of having to roll out of the bed to avoid the pain. I know of no explanation for this.

I have experimented with the copper bracelet. If I leave it off for approx. 4½ weeks, the twinges and stiffness in my back start to gradually return. Putting the bracelet on seems to make them go away again. I have lent the bracelet to other sufferers, but they report no change after 3 weeks of wearing it. So far, the forearm problems have not returned. BCB (Before Copper Bracelet) they would give me pain and I would have to suspend weight-training for months until the pain went. Now there is no problem whilst weight-training. This includes wrist curls, which put a lot of strain on the tendons running through the carpal tunnels in the wrists.

I presume that there could be a scientific explanation as to why a copper bracelet seems to have this effect for me and not for other people. Wearing it leaves a black and green stain on the skin of my forearm, so I would guess that something in that is being absorbed into my skin and affects my metabolism.

As Aaron McLoughlin pointed out in The Fascination Principle , we are infinitely connected with, communicating with, responding to and interchanging chemicals with (and using them from) our environment on many levels, to the extent that there is no perceptible real dividing line between the environment and ourselves. So, wearing a copper bracelet might be, for my arthritis, similar to what taking a poison called stannous fluoride in my toothpaste is to my bones/teeth.
7  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: TouchPad for PC w/Windows 7 vs. carpal tunnel ? on: August 01, 2015, 06:57:08 AM
IainB, can you suggest a touchpad link please?
Also, same for Copper band?
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Touchpads: The ones I have used always came as an integral part of the laptops I purchased (I almost never use desktop PCs). The most ubiquitous software (drivers) seems to be TouchPad – Synaptics. The drivers have settings for single, double and triple finger motions. Once experienced, I would reckon that chiral scrolling will become a must. Using an ordinary mouse can be a real pain in the wrist for TS sufferers.

Copper band: I still use the Copper Original Non-Magnetic | Sabona of London that I bought in Manila for about 100 or 200 pesos years back. It looks identical in shape/design to this image of a newer bracelet (now made in the USA, apparently) off the website:

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However, copper (chemical symbol Cu) is copper is copper, so any strip of flattened copper with smoothed edges should do - just make sure that, if it has been coated with any varnish or plastic film, then that film is completely removed. I am assuming here that contact with the skin is important - it reacts with skin oils/sweat to make greenish and black stains on your forearm. It's bent into a circular "U" (or upside-down "C") shape to hang loosely about the wrist. I used to replace my car's galvanised steel hydraulic brake lines with copper pipe. I reckon that a strip of that pipe hammered flat and bent into a bracelet might do equally well.
8  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Program Proposal: "File Master" Cataloging Software on: July 31, 2015, 08:08:56 AM
Just in case this might be useful or of interest:
After making the above response, I came across this in my feed-reader: Daminion is a professional photo, video and document management software - gHacks Tech News

Daminion - see Asset Cataloging for Digital Photos, Videos and Documents | Daminion - looks potentially very useful, but I would have to trial it before I knew how good it was for my needs.
9  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: TouchPad for PC w/Windows 7 vs. carpal tunnel ? on: July 31, 2015, 07:55:50 AM
@bit: As a fellow sufferer of carpal tunnel syndrome, you have my every sympathy. I have used laptops with (variously) a thumb-ball mouse, a central pressure-sensitive joystick, a touchpad, and an ordinary mouse. My preference is for the touchpad, as these are ergonomically the most efficient - especially with, for example, chiral scrolling, the very large system pointer enabled, fast/accelerating pointer movement, constrained movement/direction using the Left Shift and Left Ctrl keys, and tap to lock-and-drag. Furthermore, the touchpad ergonomics definitely minimises the necessary movement of ligaments through the carpal tunnels.

Though I consider homoeopathy to be a fraud (mumbo-jumbo), I became pretty pragmatic about "non-medical" healthcare after the incredible curative effects on me of a couple of "experiments" I put myself through, one of which was wearing a simple copper bracelet (in 1998). Years of chronic back aches and pains, arthritic knee pains and severe chronic tina sinovitis (carpal tunnel syndrome) simply stopped within about 36 hours of putting the bracelet on - and this was at a time when I was in major pain in both arms as a result of aggravating the TS by doing some heavy labouring involving repetitive use of a builder's heavy lump hammer. It was going to take months to get better, and would have needed medication (anti-inflammatory drugs and pain relief).
What a great lifetime relief. Probably no-one was more surprised than me about this. I have given the bracelet to other people with similar aches/pains to try out, and it seems to have had no effect. If I take the bracelet off, then after about 4 weeks or so, the twinges start to come back, but they disappear quickly when I put the bracelet back on. I reckon it's an electro-chemical effect, and luckily it probably makes up for some deficiency in my metabolism.

After years of having to roll out of bed in the mornings due to chronic backache, I am now used to sitting up in bed and getting out of bed like a normal person, again. I never believed that a simple band of Cu could have done that.
10  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Maxthon Browser Users: Maybe one of you has already solved this on: July 31, 2015, 05:51:53 AM
I've been reading this discussion on and off for a while, and it puzzled me. I just now read through most of it again, and I'm still puzzled. It seems unnecessarily complicated and too much like hard work.
The requirement seems to be:
When a file is downloaded, how to attach:
  • (a) the source webpage URL - and/or the actual download URL - to the downloaded file (once it has been downloaded), together with
  • (b) any relevant notes/metadata that may be of use as a brief reminder in future as to what the possibly obscurely-named file was about in the first place.

This is arguably a common problem that we might all face at one time or another, and I have certainly found it to be a recurring problem in my experience, and it can be addressed by realising that it doesn't really need any more data capture than can be automatically captured by default at download time, and it is apparently not necessary to attach the URL metadata to the actual file.
For example, I started off with a sort of "lazy man's minimalist approach" with the following steps:
  • 1. Download tool: Always download files of any variety (and especially application installer files) using GetRight (invoked via the FlashGot extension in Firefox and as an Add-on in IE).   Thmbsup
  • 2. Destination: Ensure that the default download is in all cases set to the same "bucket" - a working directory (C:\...\Download) and this is not in a User subdirectory. If GetRight finds it's downloading a file of the same name as one that already exists in the Download directory, it increments the filename.
  • 3. Persistent log: Ensure that the GetRight settings are such that a single text file is used as an incremental log of each and every download - named C:\...\Download\Downloads.txt. At this point, any downloaded file can be identified by its filename and Modification date, which will correspond with the filename and download date in the log file. The log file will show the download URL for that file.
  • 4. Attach further metadata: If I wanted to attach some further information to any given downloaded file at this point, I could do it in the filename or the Comment field (Alt-Z in xplorer² to replace, append or remove text in the Comment field).
  • 5. Periodical housekeeping: as and when needed, move the files to appropriately structured libraries - e.g., document files to a document library (directory) and application installer files to an application archive directory and then into appropriate sub-folders representing application categories/types.
  • 6. Filename preservation and renaming: In the process of doing step 5, adopt consistent file-naming conventions. Apply precise naming to document files and rename any generic-named application installer files - e.g., (say) "setup.exe" or "setup.zip" - to specific names, but keep the original name as a suffix - e.g., (say) "CleverApp v2.5.2 - setup.exe", or "CleverApp v2.5.2 - setup.zip". Thus application installer files can always be traced by the two relevant keys (name and date) in the download log text file. I have recently adopted this sort of filename preservation for scanned PDF document files sent to me in email, so that they can be traced back to the originating email they were attached to.
  • 7. Replace downloads log: When C:\...\Download\Downloads.txt gets to about 2Mb, increment its name and create a new, empty file Downloads.txt. You could thus eventually accumulate incremental logs going back several years (if required), in the download directory.

Usually, I would not be too interested in subsequently tracking back any document files to the source, but application installer files were/are a different matter, so I am quite rigorous about the above steps.
My methods have changed somewhat since 2008 when I started to progressively learn how to use MS OneNote. I now maintain and update brief installation notes in MS OneNote for when I install applications/updates from downloaded application installer files, and - where space is not at a premium - those notes may even include a duplicate copy of the application installer files used, thus making for a self-contained set of notes and source files, in OneNote, on OneDrive, so that I could access those notes/files from any client PC. This gives ready access to acquired knowledge and a second backup contingency (I periodically back up all files to a separate primary backup device anyway).

Here's a screen clip of xplorer² showing some application installer files in my archives, displaying the extent of the metadata, most of which - and often already including data in the Comment field - is automatically captured at download time. The download URLs are stored in the readily accessible and backed up, separate C:\...\Download\Downloads.txt log file(s), with filename and date keys, if and when they are needed.

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By the way, I quite often find that I want to access a blog post, or download a file - e.g., an update of an application installer file, a Userscript, or a document file) from a website or webpage which is defunct or has gone 404 (no longer exists) since I last accessed it. At these times, I can invariably get ready access to this missing data using the button for the Open current page in Wayback Machine (a Firefox extension).   Thmbsup
11  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Program Proposal: "File Master" Cataloging Software on: July 31, 2015, 01:19:36 AM
@woodr2011: Thanks for the explanation. I was in a bit of a rush and had to pop out to pick up my 5y/o son from school when I asked that question, but after getting back to my laptop I searched up "library science" and now understand the scope of that subject area a little better. Normally I would have done the search before bothering you with the Q.

Whilst searching, and still operating on the premise that there was probably some existing piece of software that could more or less meet your needs, I also found an interesting list of "library science" software here: https://en.wikipedia.org/...rence_management_software
The list includes Qiqqa and Zotero, but not Calibre. There are mini-reviews of Qiqqa and Calibre on the DC forum:

Zotero is mentioned in several discussions on the DC forum and I happen to have been trialling it for the last few weeks, along with two PIMs (Personal Information managers) - WizNote and Wezinc.

However, maybe I was looking in the wrong places, but it does rather begin to look as though there isn't much that would be likely to meet all your requirements, so I can understand why you might see the need for a new development. This looks interesting.
12  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Program Proposal: "File Master" Cataloging Software on: July 29, 2015, 09:46:56 PM
@woodr2011: Sorry for my ignorance, but what is "library science" please?
13  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Program Proposal: "File Master" Cataloging Software on: July 29, 2015, 09:44:31 PM
I'm always interested in information management and cataloguing systems and was interested to read @woodr2011's peculiar requirements outlined in the opening post.
Sure, there may be lots of cataloguing packages that provide partial solutions for various collections/cataloguing/library requirements, but I am unaware of anything that may be absolutely comprehensive, though I reckon the Windows Library (a virtual library system) is probably not understood/used as well as it could be.

@highend01 probably makes some useful points about XYplorer which could equally well be applied to other Windows Explorer replacements/alternatives - e.g., (say) xplorer², which I personally have used for years as a tool to to help meet my file information management requirements. However, Windows Explorer replacements/alternatives are not necessarily designed to be cataloguing tools.

What I would suggest is a search and review of what's actually "out there" before jumping in to develop a package of some sort - e,g, Disk catalogue software

From experience, there's not much new under the sun, and that goes for what I might consider my idiosyncratic requirements too.
14  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Knight to queen's bishop 3 - Snowden charged with espionage. on: July 29, 2015, 06:29:28 PM
@Renegade: ^^ Amazing. Some people (not me, you understand) might say that that does seem to be a barely concealed, arrogant, "Piss off and there's nothing you can do about it", but I couldn't possibly comment. Those same people might go on to suggest that, when a government puts out apparently slanted propaganda BS like that, then it's arguably a sign that it is well past time to change the government, but again I couldn't possibly comment.

Reminds me of this American cartoon:

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15  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Scrapbook on: July 27, 2015, 10:36:24 PM
Cross-posted from:
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Re: Packrat's tool for "Idea Surfing" the web
I hadn't seen (or had forgotten) this thread until @lifeweaver's post above brought it up in my feedreader today.
On reading it, I realised that the ScrapBook :: Add-ons for Firefox could probably meet the requirements in the OP.
I often use use Scrapbook to save a web page and any downloadable files linked to on that page at the same time. It usually works just fine.
Each clipped page goes as a set of small files into a uniquely-named date-time folder in the Scrapbook directory, and is indexed and/or searchable through the Scrapbook manager and Windows Desktop Search, Everything, etc.

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I'd recommend you try it out. It's an amazingly useful little information capture and management tool.
There are forks off the Scrapbook Add-on, which look quite useful, though they don't meet my peculiar requirements.
16  DonationCoder.com Software / Coding Snacks / Re: Packrat's tool for "Idea Surfing" the web on: July 27, 2015, 09:29:52 PM
I hadn't seen (or had forgotten) this thread until @lifeweaver's post above brought it up in my feedreader today.
On reading it, I realised that the ScrapBook :: Add-ons for Firefox could probably meet the requirements in the OP.
I often use use Scrapbook to save a web page and any downloadable files linked to on that page at the same time. It usually works just fine.
Each clipped page goes as a set of small files into a uniquely-named date-time folder in the Scrapbook directory, and is indexed and/or searchable through the Scrapbook manager and Windows Desktop Search, Everything, etc.

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I'd recommend you try it out. It's an amazingly useful little information capture and management tool.
There are forks off the Scrapbook Add-on, which look quite useful, though they don't meet my peculiar requirements.
17  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Caption jpg files on: July 27, 2015, 01:48:18 AM
After making the above response, I came across this in my feed-reader: Daminion is a professional photo, video and document management software - gHacks Tech News

Daminion - see Asset Cataloging for Digital Photos, Videos and Documents | Daminion - looks potentially very useful, but I would have to trial it before I knew how good it was for my needs.
18  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Microsoft OneNote - some experiential Tips & Tricks on: July 27, 2015, 01:17:24 AM
^^ I think @spam's reply duplicates my earlier one on that same point:
@dantheman:[/b]
Multiple page deletes are simple: You can select multiple pages at a time, using the Page tabs (holding down the Shift key to collect a contiguous range of pages, or the Ctrl key to select/deselect pages in a selected range). All the selected page tabs go grey. You then delete them with a single press of the Delete key. That sends just the selected pages to the Trash. They can be recovered from Trash for a while, but Trash will eventually be expunged according to the settings for that. ...(more)
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19  DonationCoder.com Software / Post New Requests Here / Re: Caption jpg files on: July 27, 2015, 01:07:25 AM
@John Alaska: What you seem to want looks rather redundant, and would be akin to using the Caption field metadata as a generic tagging field, whereas the Caption field is usually for data that is peculiar to a particular image. The Keywords (Tag) field would seem to be more appropriate for what you need.
Some people might use a mass file rename to cater for this, so the identifying text would then be in the filename, but that just clutters up  the filename with metadata.
However, if you were a Google Picasa user (as I am) then, you would probably select all the image files you wanted to cover with the chosen specific term and attach it as a Tag "Grand Canyon North Rim". You could later create a virtual album for that Tag name and put it up in the image store (Cloud) with that as the album name, and share it as you wanted. You can attach multiple, different tags to a given image file.

Picasa Tags are included in (attached as) Keyword field file metadata, and so stay with the file. Other image managers would thus be able to pick up that metadata. One needs to be aware though that due to the apparently somewhat loose implementation of standards for image file metadata in image management tools, some metadata might come under a different category of metadata depending on what image management tool you use.

Thus, my recommendation would be try to maintain some degree of consistency and only use a single image management tool - e.g., (say) such as Picasa or some other decent image management tool - and drop the idea of effectively trying to use the "Caption" metadata as a generic tagging field. Instead, use the provided Tagging functionality for tagging.
20  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: OneTab (Firefox + Chrome) speeds up the browser. on: July 24, 2015, 03:06:27 AM
Thought I'd post this as it looked interesting: Make Chrome and Firefox faster with just one click - CNET

I'm trialling it now, from: OneTab extension for Google Chrome and Firefox - save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter

BE WARNED - it's had good and bad reviews at the FF Add-Ons website OneTab :: Add-ons for Firefox
21  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Mitro is Shutting Down: Switch to Zoho Vault For Free in a Single Click. on: July 17, 2015, 06:31:40 AM
I spotted this on the Zoho blog in my feed-reader and thought some DCers might find it of interest.
It looks like it could be a piece of smart marketing with a genuinely helpful offer to about-to-be-orphaned  Mitro users:
Mitro is Shutting Down: Switch to Zoho Vault For Free in a Single Click | Zoho Blogs
22  Special User Sections / N.A.N.Y. 2014 / Re: NANY 2014 Release: Process Piglet on: July 16, 2015, 12:12:18 PM
Cross-posted from: Re: Software wanted: warn when free RAM falls below xxx MB
I had completely forgotten about, or had not noticed that - NANY 2014 Release: Process Piglet.
Looks quite handy anyway.
By the way, that's an interesting introductory video you made for it @mouser - thanks.
I'd be keen to see it merged with Process Tamer like you suggest though.
23  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Software wanted: warn when free RAM falls below xxx MB on: July 16, 2015, 12:08:59 PM
I had completely forgotten about, or had not noticed that - NANY 2014 Release: Process Piglet.
Looks quite handy anyway.
By the way, that's an interesting introductory video you made for it @mouser - thanks.
I'd be keen to see it merged with Process Tamer like you suggest though.
24  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: 10th Anniversary - long time member check-in thread on: July 16, 2015, 10:53:51 AM
...and we'll leave a seat at the table.
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...or a channel open on that frequency...
25  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff" on: July 16, 2015, 10:47:04 AM
My daughter got back from school one day a short while back, and proceeded to make and play with some oobleck.
I was fascinated, never having heard of it before.
It vaguely reminded me of what was called "silly putty", but it wasn't the same thing by any means.
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