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N.A.N.Y. 2020 / Alternate NANY 2020 Graphic Design - work in progress
« on: September 07, 2019, 09:31 PM »
Here is a graphic that I started working on early for this year's New Apps for the New Year.

Thought it might spur some interest in this years event.


Note: Graphic is subject to changes...


I am not the author, so with that being said...

Enable the highlighted option on the following option page...

Then you will have a dropdown button menu in the capture bar that you can click to get to the toggle that is named "Delay every capture..." that should do what you are wanting I believe.

Let us know if that satisfies what you are wanting.


Updated to 1.2.0 build 5.

Several bugs fixed from previous version and added a progress bar to the smoother open health data file experience.

See original post for download/website link. :Thmbsup:

it would be nice to see a recent screenshot.

Now that I am home again I was planning on it. Wanted to get the main update out before I had to leave.

First post will have the new smoother open health data file experience animated gif. :)

CRAP v1.0.152 build 10 was private beta just getting around to making it the official version. If you already have that version you should not have to re download this version again as it is identical to it.

New in this version is an icon extractor to get the icon from executable files.

All others see first post for download link.

Updated to 1.2.0 build 1.

Now includes the following data points in addition to all the previous version data points:

Stand Hours and Mindful Minutes.

Several bugs fixed and added a much smoother open health data file experience.

Note: The new smoother open health data file experience will be noticeable more so for large data sets.  For example my data set I used has at least 33,000 records using the combine option and over 220,000 when not combining some of the data points.

See original post for download/website link. :Thmbsup:

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: NANY 2019 Release: Assignments Warlock
« on: March 22, 2019, 10:16 PM »
Hi HamRadio!

This is my first pick for something I can use nicely!
I "teach myself", and I'm always starting and abandoning note lists of stuff I get into.
I tend to have a book of the week going, and I'm about to get back into serious chess studying, and I'm a fan of "lightweight" stuff much of the time!

I had trouble printing it all onto one page from the html export, but I just hand edited the last of 4 subjects to have tight spacing and that works fine for "little things".

This is neat because the program holds the "Master" copy so when I did hard coded lists I kept wasting time starting and abandoning stuff, and of course the results were not electronic. Also, stuff can be shuffled and dates edited, so if I was "supposed" to do something and then "Life Happened", just shuffle and move it! Or make a new list and update what's still going on.

Also, it also works as a "concept tracker" so that it might even work for things like mini instruction guides to do stuff, or lists of the stuff to get at grocery stores best for dieting, and it fits nicely with that Getting Things Done motif I've remarked on about once a year on DC.


Cool. Glad you found an alternate use for it.  Still not that popular that I know I probably wont update it yet as my use for it changed a few months after I wrote it. I just modified it some to release it on here. It is also kind of why it does not have a website and just a download link off my main site currently instead of on my dcmembers page. :)

The latest version of Vivaldi which uses Chromium for me shows: 72.0.3626.122

Do a manual update from the "Help > Check for Updates..." menu item.  Latest Chromium version is 73.0.3683.67.

Vivaldi is a little behind in the Chromium versions I just wanted to see if it was above the zero-day version.

As it is why I said what I did and also what deo said later...

For Vivaldi you can do: vivaldi://settings/help

The latest version of Vivaldi which uses Chromium for me shows: 72.0.3626.122

Manual update tells me I'm on the latest version of Vivaldi (2.3.1440.60), where Help -> About tells me it's using Chrome/72.0.3626.122. :huh:

For Vivaldi you can do: vivaldi://settings/help

The latest version of Vivaldi which uses Chromium for me shows: 72.0.3626.122

N.A.N.Y. 2009 / Re: NANY 2009 Release: Comparer
« on: January 28, 2019, 10:35 AM »
But I get a 404 Not Found on

From where the dcmembers sites was rearranged...

So should be able to find on:

Updated to 1.1.0 build 1.

Now includes the following data points in addition to the previous version data points:

Height, body mass, heart rate, heart rate variability with instantaneous beats per minute, resting heart rate, exercise minutes, active energy and resting energy.

See original post for download/website link. :Thmbsup:

I wonder if the load times increase that much when using a SSD?

I am not sure as I do not have one of those.

Hi there :]

I only tested the beta you PMed me a link to a little for now as I'm home this week, but it seems to be working fine.

I would have preferred if the user could actually link to the .exe (or a .dll), and also be able to chose which icon to select when there are several inside of it (just like when modifying a shortcut from Windows), instead of just automatically extracting the first icon, but it's still an improvement over the previous versions where any icon had to already be extracted somewhere :)

Heres a little more of an explanation of why I got it doing what it is with the beta I let you try...

Loading from the executable directly each launch of CRAP could add second(s) to the load of program is one reason I am trying to keep it as images. (See footnote below.) Especially since I have not figured out the way currently for C Sharp to do as is possible with shortcuts, which would allow choosing of icons. I could let it load the default icons from the program each time, but it is essentially the same exact ones I am saving which also reduces the load time of CRAP initially. I have looked if I figure out how to do as with shortcuts and other programs I will explore adding that method more at that time.

Footnote: I got both methods in Portable Extension Warlock. The difference is noticeable in my opinion.


Would it be possible to make it so that, when creating a new button, the icon can be retrieved from / linked directly to an .EXE or .DLL file (like in Windows shorcuts) ?

Okay...I think I will be able to do exe for sure by attempting to extract and save the icon in an icons folder in 3 different sizes. (Attempting sizes of 32x32, 24x24, 16x16).

With that said I am close to having it implemented and ready to go since I am reusing some code from another one of my apps. :Thmbsup:

It is suppose to default to 32x32 and work down as well as determine if any valid icons exist that it can get and if not will ask you to try again.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: NANY 2019 Release: Assignments Warlock
« on: January 08, 2019, 10:19 PM »
I think this tool is for creating a printout or Web page of the work assignments that you will teach for the week. Not necessarily the time period.
It is something you can definitely do in other ways but this program is very lightweight and simple.
So for example;

1/7 - Simple fractions
1/8 - Integers
1/9 - Systems of Equations
You can add more info to each line as the summary for the lesson.
Hope this helps.

Thank you MichaelWa for helping while I was busy.

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I am a teacher !
I don't understand what is meant by "assignments for each day of the week for each class you teach at your school".
The timetable ?

I put a screenshot


Basically what MichaelWa you can add all the subjects you teach and under each subject put the assignments for the week that you will be teaching in class and/or homework assignments and display online and/or print for the students.  You save each week and the default week is the current week, but you can also switch week days pretty fast to get to the week you want. For each week you should start with a blank form.

Note: I would be open to possibly building in a template based system for the html design if enough thinks it would be useful.

TIP If you didn't figure it out unchecking a day will disable it. Then to the left of where you add/remove subjects you may check that to automatically mark em as a student holiday or leave unchecked to just not display that day.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / NANY 2019 Release: Assignments Warlock
« on: December 31, 2018, 10:23 PM »
NANY 2019 Release Information

Application Name Assignments Warlock
Version 1.0.0 build 1
Short Description Create class assignment information for the entire week of classes that you teach.
Supported OSes Tested on Windows 10 64 bit.
Web Page None yet but see download link below.
Download Link Assignments Warlock (Note: From my HamRadioUSA site currently.)
License USE/MISUSE AT YOUR OWN RISK! NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND! Do not distribute on the web publicly, instead link to this topic.
System Requirements
  • .NET Framework 4.5.2
  • Obviously a computer...
Version History
  • 1.0.0 build 1 Initial Version
Author hamradio

Create class assignments for the entire week (5 days) of classes that you teach.

Portable enabled.
Easy to enter subjects and assignments for each week.
Save/Load JSON assignments for each week.
Save HTML/Plain Text assignments for each week to distribute to your students.


The main window with some subjects added.


Extract to a portable folder of its own and run. (Note: Do not put in the program files folder or other system folder.)

Using the Application
Enter the assignments for each day of the week for each class you teach at your school.
Save as html/plain text for readable format or JSON to open them again in program.

Planned Features
Depends on how much use it would be to people to fix up beyond this point as it served what I needed it for at the time and unreleased till now...
If a few people will have a use for it I might continue working on it more than the current state.

Help File
None (Feel free to ask questions.)

Delete all Assignments Warlock files.

Known Issues
Currently do not know of any.

Whether other people think this might be useful, I'm not sure...however download is above at the download link in this post currently.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: N.A.N.Y. 2019 Announcement
« on: December 25, 2018, 10:10 PM »
A quick version based off of one I did last year only with different background and some of the colors.


Tried to post this to SuperUser, and even offered a bounty, but didn't get much luck.

I am looking for a Filemon/Procmon type program which has better filtering and more importantly, allows you omit near-duplicate lines from being logged. There can be hundreds or thousands of these rows, and they really complicate trying to find other transactions.

For example, take a look at this image. I don't want to see Irfanview updating its .ini file 1 zillion times, specifying every single time it locks, queries, reads, writes, unlocks, or whatever else it apparently wants to do.

Process Monitor is apparently not up to the job, but maybe there's similar software which can perform this fundamental task?

Have you tried the filters from the filter menu to filter what you do not want shown?


Would it be possible to make it so that, when creating a new button, the icon can be retrieved from / linked directly to an .EXE or .DLL file (like in Windows shorcuts) ?

Just got back to computer after being away again.  I will take a look as soon as possible.

Living Room / Re: I'm getting married, wish me luck!
« on: October 08, 2018, 06:43 PM »
Best Wishes and Congratulations!

An interesting article...


A Virginia federal court has made a decision that photographers won’t be happy to hear: the court ruled that finding a photo on the Internet and then using it without permission on a commercial website can be considered fair use.

From: PetaPixel @

Mircryption / Re: Mircryption for Mirc 6.35
« on: June 28, 2018, 05:31 PM »
I almost posted that earlier, then realized what he was asking.  He isn't asking for mIRC, he's asking for a version of micryption that works with mIRC 6.35

Ahhh...then nevermind what I said in above post.

On the other hand...

Note to mouser: The top two download links doesn't work on the Mircryption page.

Mircryption / Re: Mircryption for Mirc 6.35
« on: June 28, 2018, 10:43 AM »
I'm trying to locate an installer version for MIRC 6.35.  Any help would be appreciated.  I'm not a coder.

Download from:

If you need to use an older version of mIRC, the oldest version we can recommend, that includes security fixes up to that version, is mIRC v6.35 and can be downloaded here. Please note that this older version is no longer being updated.

First let me begin by saying I am in no way affiliated with QGIS...Now that said...

I've been playing around with QGIS recently.  It seem's to do a great job with GIS related tools and thought I would share a weather map I created with several different shapefiles that are found online.

Here is one I did tonight of storm reports in the USA in the last 24 hours from the time I created it.

Note: Click to open thumb, then right click and open image in a new tab and zoom for the full detail of it.

As for the program website you can find it @

The data for that one came from IEM @

Anyone else heard of/used it and have any thoughts of their own to share?


This photo was snapped Sunday of him stretching.

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