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(Flashing tooltip)Confirmed for Windows 10 x64 v1809 too, but doesn't happen on my Windows 7 laptop.
Running Windows 10 x64 v1909, I don't have access to another OS to test it on right now.-ConstanceJill (June 25, 2020, 05:45 AM)-oblivion (June 25, 2020, 08:24 AM)
These are some nice improvements. Thanks!
However, I don't quite understand this:Can you elaborate?
- Delete from the layout management menu with a certain key+click combo on the layout item of a non opened layout.-hamradio (June 23, 2020, 01:01 PM)-ConstanceJill (June 24, 2020, 11:11 AM)
I don't speak French, so I don't understand most of this, but someone recorded their experience playing the game my team made.-Deozaan (May 04, 2020, 10:35 PM)
Turn subtitles on in cog then go back in them and you can hit auto translate the auto generated french ones to english.
Congrats as well.-hamradio (May 13, 2020, 10:27 AM)
Thanks! I'm not sure how accurate the translation was, but it was nice to get an idea of what he was saying as he played it.-Deozaan (May 13, 2020, 06:48 PM)
I don't speak French, so I don't understand most of this, but someone recorded their experience playing the game my team made.
Satanos plays LD46 Defendeer-Deozaan (May 04, 2020, 10:35 PM)
Hello, new comer to the forum. Sorry if this is the wrong section. Just wanted to ask/point out a few things.
Asking for an option to disable tray icon from turning red when taking a snapshot..
I've been looking to keep all tray icons displaying on the taskbar at all times instead of having some hidden, but when i do this and take a screenshot I can clearly see the app's icon changing to red each and every time. This is very combustible. I hope you can do an edit to stop this annoying thing from happening.
Need to be able to set time naming of snapshots to 24 hour format (that way the name sorting will be be properly organized/kept)
Because by normal name sorting order windows will list 2_20 pm before 8_20 am.. But that's not good since the 8 am file should come before the 2 pm but if it was 24 time format naming then the time would be 14:20 o clock. Thus the proper order will be kept. Also it would be cool if we could opt to not have the Am or PM at the end. Just personal preference i guess though; I don't like it. Especially for such a case if it is already using 24 hour time naming for files. I hope you will think to make these changes thanks.
(Anybody remember Rusty n Edies, FidoNet, and Boardwatch Magazine?)-40hz (January 24, 2020, 05:58 PM)
One part of that. I ran a FidoNet BBS right up to the early 2000s -- 2:25/108 -- and may have been among the last phoneline-based systems.-oblivion (February 10, 2020, 09:10 AM)
Can't think how I never noticed this before.
I've been after something that can do exactly what this does for ages. Specifically, since I noticed that I couldn't find a way to make runas work in other tools I use.
My first impression was slight confusion -- I think you have to have read the initial request and at least some of that background, and I found some of the screenshots helpful and illuminating too. Probably fullblown documentation is unnecessary but maybe a couple of lines of text with a brief description of what each of the fields is typically going to be used for, and a couple of complete examples maybe:
For instance, if I want a button that runs Active Directory Users and Computers as a user with admin privileges from an account without them, you might have:
Image file: <sysroot>System32\mmc.exe;0
Command prefix: runas /user:domain\superuser "<sysroot>System32\mmc.exe dsa.msc"
Button caption: something like "AD Users"
and Button tooltip: "Active Directory Users and Computers"
and "Ignore variable text" checked as this one's probably gonna have to be run locally
along with a little bit of explanation that, at least for its intended purpose, the variable's going to be the remote machine you're aiming the command at rather than anything else, everything would have fallen into place fairly quickly.
If I had a suggestion for a possible improvement: a checkbox that will assume the use of runas and a little bit of program allowing a username and password to be stored and easily amended with a view to adding them to the runas command in the appropriate place without displaying it in cleartext, that'd be rather lovely.
But in general: wonderful! Thanks!-oblivion (February 10, 2020, 11:39 AM)
99 second hand smartphones are transported in a handcart to generate virtual traffic jam in Google Maps.Through this activity, it is possible to turn a green street red which has an impact in the physical world by navigating cars on another route to avoid being stuck in traffic.
Just reinstalled Windows 10 and as I'm using a Live account W10 has set the My Documents folder to my OneDrive[environment]::getfolderpath("MyDocuments")returnsC:\Users\katykaty\OneDrive\Documents
So FARR is storing config files in OneDrive, which I don't want, especially because the troubleshooting log often has trouble syncing.
So I closed FARR and edited the ConfigDir.ini file by adding the following line at the end, without comment slashesCONFIGDIR=C:\Users\katykaty\AppData\Roaming\DonationCoder\FARR\Config
Copied all the config files across and removed the initial config folder on OneDrive.
But FARR seems to be ignoring this and has created a new 'first run' folder in OneDrive.
I can obviously close and move the config files back so I don't lose my settings, but what am I doing wrong?
Thanks!-katykaty (January 06, 2020, 02:26 PM)
hamradio, correct me if i'm wrong, but it's a general utility that would let you make an updater for different portable applications, right?-mouser (January 04, 2020, 01:04 PM)
This looks interesting. But to be honest, I'm not really sure exactly what it is or how to use it. Is it an app to be used like DCUpdater used to be?
FYI VirusTotal shows 1/63 scanners marking the file as unsafe, and Jotti has 0/15 scanners marking the file as unsafe.
To others: Given that hamradio is a longtime, trusted member of this site, I feel it is safe to say that the 1 hit out of 78 scanners is very likely a false positive.-Deozaan (January 02, 2020, 11:22 PM)
|Application Name||Portable Application Updater|
|Version||1.0.0 build 1|
|Short Description||Create update files to use with main program to make updating portable applications easier.|
|Supported OSes||Tested on Windows 10 64 bit.|
|Web Page||Portable Application Updater|
|Download Link||Portable Application Updater|
|License||USE/MISUSE AT YOUR OWN RISK! NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND! Do not distribute on the web publicly, instead link to this topic and/or web page.|
Try now.-mouser (December 24, 2019, 06:22 PM)
I'm going to try updating a bunch of stuff on the member server.. what I could use help with is checking that I don't break anything on member pages.. Can folks who have a page on dcmembers report in here so we can check and make sure your pages are all showing as they should?
Probably the most important thing to check is any plugins you are using.-mouser (December 24, 2019, 09:03 AM)