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Screenshot Captor / Re: Auto cpture does not work anymore
« on: September 20, 2023, 04:00 PM »
I'd suggest to first try how it behaves after disabling the antimalware service you mention, as that type of software is known to 'interfere' with screenshot software. Or maybe add it to the white-list if that's possible.

In what language is PBOL develop.
I ask to know if is possible to determie possible modifiers in the command line.
You're again/still asking the wrong questions, and not telling us what you actually want to achieve... makes it very hard in trying to help you.

It's difficult with a batch command that program to maximize when resident in the tray icon !

Usually, to maximize a program from the system tray, is a feature of the program itself, not by blasting a command at it and expecting it to do as you desire.
If PBOL doesn't support that, it won't work (period).

I need something similar to Progress Bars of Life able to appear the bars permanently in the desktop like this :
[ Invalid Attachment ]

Best Regards

As usual with your requests it's quite hard to determine what the actual question is, please be very clear on what you want to add or change.

Living Room / Re: Looking for Raspberry Pi with Pass-Through Power
« on: August 17, 2023, 06:01 AM »
I see a lot of this kind of devices, where they usually have an ESP8266/ESP8285 or ESP32 chip (with WiFi support, and some ESP32 even use BLe), but they also have (at least) a relay to switch the output and often a sensor to measure power consumption. I've never seen one with an RPi, though with the recent RP2040 that might change, as that chip is targetting the IoT market. But it's not nearly as capable as a full-fledged RPi, more in the ESP/STM region.

Living Room / Re: Looking for Raspberry Pi with Pass-Through Power
« on: August 16, 2023, 12:10 PM »
What will the main task of the RPi be? Not just switching & measuring the power, I assume?

The program is in the tray icon constantly running
Which (exact!) program?

after a time of inactivity ?
What is your definition of 'inactivity'?

Probably, you need this information to get that working: https://www.donation...ex.php?topic=50992.0

How are you going to save the downloaded-state for each file? As a refresh/reload of the page will re-enable any disabled buttons...

If you want an indication of what's been downloaded already, then present the downloads as links, default browser behavior is to give visited links a different color from new links, similar to:

thought by mention Local/Public IP that it's clear that I aim ethernet
Well, it does, kind of, but also the title was close to a click-bite (for a techie like me), so making it explicit does help a lot. Thanks. :Thmbsup:

N.A.N.Y. 2024 / Re: NANY 2024 - Adapter Info by KodeZwerg
« on: July 05, 2023, 12:06 PM »
You might want to make it more explicit that you're aiming at networkadapters... I have a lot of adapters in use, but only a few are networkadapters...

N.A.N.Y. 2024 / Re: NANY 2024: Database Designer
« on: May 28, 2023, 03:01 AM »
This is actually the first announced NANY 2024 entry (not 2023) :D

Post New Requests Here / Re: Create Song Playlist
« on: May 20, 2023, 03:06 AM »
And there is always our own Skwire, he created sPlaylistMaker, some time ago, that most likely does what you require.

The Microsoft .exe installers are often just a wrapper around an MSI installer. MSI is a little easier to integrate in automated deployment.

Screenshot Captor / Re: Getting Prompted during Delete Back
« on: March 09, 2023, 03:20 PM »
You could check the file C:\Users\<username>\Documents\DonationCoder\ScreenshotCaptor\ScreenshotCaptor.ini for any Delete option that might be in the 'wrong' state.
Most likely closing SSC completely, then removing that option (or commenting by inserting a semicolon at the start of the line) and restarting SSC will resolve that (untested...).

Check out the Window Capturing 1 and 2 option panels (after enabling the settings there on the Miscellaneous Tweaks page: 'Enable aero window capturing options even on Win8/Win10'), there may be tweaks that might help in resolving this issue.

Living Room / Re: Apple Lisa, the first (modern) GUI
« on: January 26, 2023, 11:58 AM »
I actually owned a Lisa XL (3.5" 400k diskdrive and 10 MB harddrive) for a while, somewhere in the 1988-1989 time-range. But, working on the PC-side of IT, I didn't use it much (if any), so ended up selling it, way too cheap, at a local computer-fair. Made that guy's day, I guess :tellme:

N.A.N.Y. 2023 / Re: NANY 2023 - MouseSpy by KodeZwerg
« on: December 14, 2022, 04:36 PM »
Q: How do I return from relative mode (after clicking once) back to absolute coordinates mode?
I do not understand, it never change its coordinate system since I do use a low level mouse hook.

I think my question is invalid, did a quick test when I asked as I got somewhat confused, but now that I looked a bit longer (and closer) it's working just fine.

Looking great :Thmbsup:

N.A.N.Y. 2023 / Re: NANY 2023 - MouseSpy by KodeZwerg
« on: December 14, 2022, 05:17 AM »
You could use the NANY template (Add preset text) for the presentation of this tool.

Q: How do I return from relative mode (after clicking once) back to absolute coordinates mode?

As usual, your thinking is backward/reversed.

But if you really want to do it that way, then you can use SysInternals' ZoomIt to draw/write on your (still being updated) screen, and take a screenshot afterward. Don't forget to RTFM!


Preferably without ... or has ads etc.

I think that's wishful thinking.

ScreenshotCaptor is quite good at this, I use it for multi-page screenshots from browsers on a regular (like weekly) basis. It does take a little getting used to, but mouser made a lot of video tutorials on the subject. Recommended!

No, no and no.


The only thing they have in common is "Transfer Protocol", but there are about 50* more of these.

* (the number is rather irrelevant)

Just press the <Enter> key after selecting the files/folders.

Screenshot Captor / Re: Grab selected region makes screen go big
« on: September 02, 2022, 12:29 AM »
hitting PrtScrn, which is my hotkey for "Grab Selected Region," makes the screen go big and selecting a region useless.

Most likely another tool is (also) hooking into that hotkey, most notably OneDrive IIRC, please try to (temporarily) change the hotkey for this feature and see if it still behaves like that

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