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General Software Discussion / Re: Stitch two windows together
« on: December 10, 2018, 03:08 AM »
Desktop Cor(r)al works great:)

I had a hard time to get it on the right desktop, but after that it works great :)

Thanks for a great program, and for the find:)

Ove B-)

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General Software Discussion / Re: Stitch two windows together
« on: December 07, 2018, 05:23 AM »
Hmm, The fancy borderless windows to the Bria softphone thwarts every effort to be ruled :(
Same result with TaskSpace. It works fine with ordinary windows. And It's indeed very handy. But no luck with borderless windows :(

I could set stay on top for the window, but the problem is that it will block other window.
But if I could set the status of the window to be toolbar, like the taksbar, then other windows when maximized would not use that part of the desktop.

Any thoughts anyone?

Ove B-)

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General Software Discussion / Re: Stitch two windows together
« on: December 07, 2018, 03:23 AM »
Yes, a very great find. Unfortunately the windows I wanted to stitch together are some "fancy" borderless windows that will not succumb to the script :( Works very nice with ordinary windows thou. 

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General Software Discussion / Stitch two windows together
« on: December 06, 2018, 04:19 AM »
I'm looking for software that let you "stitch" two windows together, so that they behave like one window.
If one of the windows is brought to focus, the other one follows. If one is moved, the other one follows.

Options to choose what edge to stitch along would be nice:)

And if it would act as one window on the taskbar, that would be really great :)

Best regards
Ove B-)

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N.A.N.Y. 2014 / NANY 2014 Submisson: VCALENDAR reader
« on: December 11, 2013, 02:19 AM »
A little program that lets you read VCALENDAR files.
We are not using outlook, and appointments and reminders send to us from outlookusers get's in our inbox as Unknown.unk files.

And the ways of finding out when and where was to either open the file as text-file and try to decipher time zones and dates, or import the file in google calendar.
Or both, because google import does only tell you that the appointment got imported, and no clue to when...

Then we found out that we had a component in delphi (TMS' TvCalendar) that could decipher these pesky files for us - and vCalReader was born.

It is not tested with VCALENDAR files that origins from different time zone, so it's provided "as is".

Download vCalReader: http://www.wis.no/ww...92038/vcalreader.exe
Webpage: http://www.wis.no/vcal

Best regards
Ove B-)

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DC Member Programs and Projects / Re: MS Office is breaking ALT-TAB
« on: September 13, 2011, 01:10 PM »
Ahhhhh, finally ;D
After googling till I almost dropped, I found this:
http://www.tech-arch...006-02/msg00115.html

After all there is an obscure checkbox that let you turn this insane behavior off.
And after reading the post, I found that I have forgotten the craziest behavior: The shared undo across multiple excel documents. Sometimes Excel fails to switch focus to the document that gets the undo command. So when you are pressing Ctrl-Z multiple times trying to figure out why it's not working. You are in fact destroying a document in the background!

Enjoy!

Ove B-)

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DC Member Programs and Projects / MS Office is breaking ALT-TAB
« on: September 13, 2011, 06:15 AM »
Since this is a forum for more advanced users. I would guess that I'm not the only one that get's annoyed by MS and the way they implemented Alt-Tab in Office. Starting back in Office 2k3 (if I remember correct) they introduced an extra icon in the Alt-Tab list if the office program had more than one document open.

Example of broken Alt-Tab
- Open one notepad and two excel spreadsheets
- Focus on notepad
- Alt-Tab to the first excel spreadsheets
- Alt-Tab to notepad
- Alt-Tab twice to get to the second spreadsheet.
Now instead the first excel spreadsheet got focus, since excel now have three icons in the Alt-Tab list. One for each spreadsheet and one for the application.

Is there anyone that have found a fix for this annoyance?
Or does anyone have the knowledge to make a program that fixes it?

Best regards
Ove Halseth


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