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Yeah, Peter should include a help file like God intended, or at least provide some more documents on advanced configuration with the package. I think the quotes trick was mentioned somewhere with foobar 0.8.3, though.
You just have to know where to look:
or more specifically:

That said, I agree there really needs to be some better documentation within the program (in the very least a link to the HA wiki from the Help menu).

f0dder, the good news is now that you've set up the converter to do MP3 it's relatively simple for you to go to FLAC and join modern civilization in using lossless compression.  :P

Official Announcements / Re: January 2008 Software Drawing Winners
« on: January 28, 2008, 06:01 AM »
Well since I won, I have to say the selection process is perfect, and I'm glad it's not based on posts!   :P

Thanks mouser, cthorpe, everyone here at DC, and most of all, the developers who have had a part in creating and providing this month's prizes!   :Thmbsup:

JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: January 03, 2008, 07:56 PM »
Do you find 100+ zones actually usable?
About not being able to use grid 100 with the keyboard.. That's something i never thought someone would do.. LOL
heh...  :-[  Well to be perfectly honest I hardly ever use those grids.   They were part of the first grids I wrote just to get familiar with it all.  While very much overkill and hardly practical, I like having them around because they do provide a lot of functionality.

However, I might use them as examples in the GridMove tutorial if that's OK with you.
I do not mind at all.  Feel free to edit them or do whatever you please with them.

An advice i can give you, is add one "maximize vertically" and one "maximize horizontally" areas, they'll spare you a lot of areas, and make it easier to use.
I had been using those at one point but they follow the mouse cursor don't they?  I think that was what I didn't like about them originally.

My everday grid is actually pretty complicated overall, and until I can take the time to do a proper write up there's not much point in sharing it.  It consists of around 57 zones, all but 10 or so use plugins I've added, and it required some changes to your code to work like I wanted.  I'll have to try to share it all this weekend.  Especially now that I've teased everyone. :P

JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: January 03, 2008, 02:46 PM »
Some more grids, not so much working layouts as they are actual grids.

2x2, 3x3, and the 4x4s just break the monitors into grids of those sizes and covers most of the ways you could fit windows into them.  They are made for just two monitors as that's all I have.

Good Gridance is kind of a 53 zone best of from those grids but for a single monitor.

The 3x3, 4x4s, and Good Gridance can take a while to load the first time as they have a fair number of zones (the 4x4s each have 100, unfortunately that last one isn't easily accessible via keyboard).  Also, if you have the numbers turned on it gets a bit tight on the 4x4.

General Software Discussion / Re: Which MP3 tagger do you use?
« on: November 20, 2007, 08:05 AM »
MP3Tag, foobar2000, and some custom scripting.

foobar2000's gotten to the point where I could probably ditch MP3Tag, but since all it does is tagging I still prefer MP3Tag's interface for doing a lot of bulk editing.

Plus, it's a lot easier to deal with the different versions of ID3 tags within MP3Tag.

Actually.. To be honest, i don't quite know how to retreive the information about the window being resizable or not :(
Maybe someone could give me a hand?
You could try basing it on the window's style.
WinGet winStyle, Style, A
if (winStyle & 0x40000) { ;0x40000 = WS_SIZEBOX = WS_THICKFRAME
   ;code to resize
I'm not sure if that'll work for all windows or even if you need to take into account the minimize and maximize/restore buttons as well.

Screenshot Captor / Re: Stop creation of InstallInfo.dat in AppData?
« on: October 10, 2007, 11:58 AM »
That would be most appreciated!   :Thmbsup:

Thank you!

Screenshot Captor / Stop creation of InstallInfo.dat in AppData?
« on: October 10, 2007, 11:23 AM »
I'm a new user of SC and I love what I see so far, but I was wondering if it's possible to get it to not create %AppData%\DonationCoder\Keys\DonationCoder_ScreenshotCaptor_InstallInfo.dat each time it is run?

I've tried updating the ConfigDir.ini file to force the use of the current directory but each time I start SC it recreates the file.

It's not a big deal but I prefer it if the portable applications I use are not writing to the host machine(s).

Living Room / Re: AHK Help anyone?
« on: September 21, 2007, 06:05 AM »
You probably want something like:
;Get the current time.
now := A_Now

;Subtract the creation time from current (give result in days, other options listed under EnvSub)
now -= %TimeToFix%, Days

if (now > 7) {
Run myjunk.exe

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