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Skrommel's Software / Re: Skrommel Apps Re-uploaded!
« on: May 27, 2010, 03:11 AM »
I need a toolbar for all Skrommel's great stuff! A SkromBar or ToolMMEL  :P

A TOOLBAR SKROMMEL! And thanks for all your work, some of your utilities are used by me daily.

Great site and an impressive amount of work from a programmer who seems modest in approach. In my experience that kind of approach seems common with those who work for assisting.

Also the magnifier, as mentioned by cmpm might be very useful for graphics types, particularly when viewing parts of vector illustrations.


"My horse's jockey was hitting the horse. The horse turns around and says "Why are you hitting me, there is nobody behind us!" (Dangerfield)

I am constantly amazed at the abilities of Clipboard Help and Spell (Love Fest not intended, just my take).

There is one ability that should be "promoted" much more, and that is Character Count. At first there seems many utilities for this, however that's somewhat deceptive in that many are web page based methods (and others) require some scripting in the "not for novice" style.

Anyway; traffic in computer to mobile messaging is increasing (no citation); 160 characters is the usual max count; Ipod and some other '"smart" phones don't always have character counters: etc. Seems that some information targeted at these demographics would be in order.  As an aside, "GrandMa, Mom and Dad" text-ing their family's phones may be a growing source of users.

There are other utilities, but to propel Clipboard Help and Spell faster, possibly a focused view of this aspect of CHS is worth a try.

Lastly: The window showing character count results. Can it be sized smaller?  The reason I ask is that on this machine the "pop-in" that nearly fills the frame is unexpectedly large and to me distracting.

Hope this helps.  Cheers!

Site/Forum Features / Re: Friendly 404
« on: April 26, 2010, 10:09 PM »
Have a N.R.N.Y

(R for review)

     Minds may change when you read Googles small print.
     My take is, that is exactly what Google knows you WON'T do.  "Analytics" is a nice way of saying what I was taught was "back end" data.

     Props for Google for shifting the privacy baseline.

     Props to kartal for keeping it real.

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