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Coding Snacks / Re: Drop file to rename it according to list of names
« on: December 22, 2016, 06:35 AM »
Hi tomos. I can't see in OscarĀ“s Renamer how to rearrange files on the left panel to match the text lines from the right panel.
What I had in mind is something like one of those worksheets for children where they have to match figures on the left column to the related ones on the right by drawing a line :)

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Coding Snacks / Re: Drop file to rename it according to list of names
« on: December 22, 2016, 04:26 AM »
Thanks, I'll see if Oscar's Renamer works for me.
The problem is that new names and current ones are quite different and unrelated that's why I asked for a way to drag the file onto the list, since there is a column with descriptions so I can visually tell which file corresponds to the new name

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Coding Snacks / Drop file to rename it according to list of names
« on: December 22, 2016, 01:17 AM »
Hi all,
How could I do the following?
I have a folder with files and a text file with a list of names (actually it's a spreadsheet with two columns)
What I'd want to do is to drag and drop each file to a listbox so it gets renamed

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 19, 2016, 05:55 PM »
The specialty element is attaching word processer style text to export to a newsletter?  Whether the newsletter highlights one or many?  Is that the attempt?
the attempt would be bookmarking a forum while browsing threads and then export to html as a base to elaborate a newsletter. Ideally you could rearrange descriptions along with their tags. Some of these tools also have tools to drag around annotations.
A few of forum members would collaborate to build the bookmarks collection

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General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 19, 2016, 12:44 PM »
@steven avery
I've skimmed through your suggestions and don't think they fit what I asked for
though there are a couple which seem very cool and useful
dragdis.com
"bookmarks tagger" chrome addon

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 11:25 PM »
All in all,

Bookmarkos.com seems quite unique as for providing collaboration for free, in the sense of inviting by email a private team of persons so they can add and edit bookmarks of your collection. Everything is private by default.

Another service is Bookmax.net. Inviting a private team to edit your collection is a payware feature.

Another one which may have this feature for free with limitations seems to be Diigo.com

Finally there is an interesting addon for Chrome called Gmailmarks.
Allows to tag a page with your gmail account. You can always share these "bookmarks" by email

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 09:10 PM »
Diigo.com looks very cool
the free version is full-featured with a limit of 500 bookmarks and 100 annotations which may be enough to make one newsletter. For the next letter, just remove all your bookmarks ;) will this be allowed? haven't checked it out yet

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 02:14 PM »
@n8wachT
konektom.org
Wow! Nice import/export (a must as many of these services disappear over time), tag sorting, visible descriptions by clicking on every link, relate links with other links both manually and automatically by the system (no collaborative in the sense of inviting people but in relating your content with tags from other anonymous users)

dont forget that one can be creative by combining several freemium services to get more features in practice

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 16, 2016, 01:22 PM »
@n8wacht

Ta! Not sure most of these if any are collaborative and allow html export.
Ideally it should be a clone of google's bookmarks plus having collaborative features.

Handpick, zeef and hitabs look useful..
hitabs: no html export!, nice sorting features, no tags but folders, links descriptions clearly visible, didnt checked yet but seems collaborative?
zeef: not sure if supports import/export, no descriptions for the links, long link titles are stripped

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 15, 2016, 06:56 PM »

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 15, 2016, 05:02 PM »
I'll think of hiring this service though i'm not sure to need it yet.
It's strange that you can add tags for no use  :huh:

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General Software Discussion / Re: Social Bookmarking
« on: December 15, 2016, 04:04 PM »
0 replies ;D i'll fix that

bookmarks.google.com is simple and handy, you can tag and add descriptions, and the export to html is fine, the problem is that it does not allow invite others to collaborate afaik, so i've been looking for a social bookmarking service.

What I like about bookmarkos.com is the OS user interface idea, html export, import html generated from the main bookmarks managers, no ads.. Importing from google's bookmarks is nice as it creates a folder for every tag.
However it has a big problem, general sorting is a payware feature and while you can add tags, there is no way to sort by them

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General Software Discussion / Bookmarking teamwork
« on: December 12, 2016, 10:32 PM »
Hi all,

I wonder if you could recommend some bookmarking web app, browser addon or program to make a newsletter like the Super-sized Newsletter in a collaborative way

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I have installed the app "Lightbot Hour" but haven't tried it yet with my 7 years old nephew.
I guess something like this is supposed to develop programming skills.

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 26, 2016, 04:46 AM »
@4wd
Yes, I probably took a rushed decision. The 30 pounds Y530 has only .5gb ram but I think there was not a second hand Y550 at the moment.
As for minipcs, I don't want to abandon windows not even on portable sticks. Yesterday I added one model to the list which is dual operating system, Win10 and Android. I'll do a bit more of research on minipcs ;)

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I think this one can do what you asked for
http://www.sejda.com/desktop

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N.A.N.Y. 2017 / Re: Mouser Android Code idea - pomodoro time
« on: September 24, 2016, 01:34 AM »
I may have a word with ewemoa?  :)
Thanks. I've found this somewhat useful in the past, at least to stop heavy procrastinating for a while. Never used it consistently though because timers may end up being overwhelming.

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 23, 2016, 07:12 PM »
you hijacked my thread!
:o :o :-[ :-* :D

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 23, 2016, 06:11 PM »
He I've made a list on ebay to cast your phone on tv. I've yet to make my mind.
http://www.ebay.co.u...0121014?roken=cUgayN
Will these kind of mini android pcs mean the end of my days as Microsoft user? At least it will bring up memories from when I plugged my Sinclair Speccy to the family tv

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 23, 2016, 09:48 AM »
@4wd
I went for a second hand Y530
Now I may get the MK808B+ Android tv stick since my old pcs with winxp are unresponsive. Oh I may need a bluetooth keyboard  :tellme:

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N.A.N.Y. 2017 / Mouser Android Code idea - pomodoro time
« on: September 23, 2016, 06:03 AM »
suggestion: pomodoro time management technique
there was a pdf out there by staffan noteberg which explained it well

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 23, 2016, 05:36 AM »
@4wd thanks!

Actually I'd like a quite cheap an very portable (small) phone to make just calls. Thus The 5'' HT16 is too big for me. If I needed to browse internet, managing google drive, etc I'd do it from tv.

So based on your recommendations, besides a (smaller) phone I'd need one more device: a chromecast or android tv stick (maybe it's best a stick because you can cast to it as well as having another android machine).

The problem with casting is that I wanted to pass video output onto old TVs. That's why I thought of outdated phones. Nokia N95 or N93 seem to have bluetooth and a good tv output through composite video.

Why bluetooth tethering? I've noticed that bluetooth is more reliable than wifi or usb.. Ipad's bluetooth works nice, also it doesn't have usb inputs. As I say wifi has been problematic in my experience, bluetooth seems to be the most compatible option.

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 22, 2016, 08:29 PM »
I'm also looking for a phone! my specs are ease of use, good battery, tv output, bluetooth modem, strong case, android, enough ram to browse the internet,watch youtube and run emulators, 40 dollars at most

You're on the wrong planet.
I'd probably go for a Young 2 G130 on ebay, something a bit old.. though I don't know if his one can be connected to tv

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: September 22, 2016, 08:00 PM »
I'm also looking for a phone! my specs are ease of use, good battery, tv output, bluetooth modem, strong case, android, enough ram to browse the internet,watch youtube and run emulators, 40 dollars at most

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Living Room / Re: Trying to remember quote about design and beauty
« on: September 22, 2016, 07:42 PM »
"I love it when a plan comes together" (Hannibal Smith)
"It never ceases to amaze me how smooth performs this machine.. this must have been wisely designed" (Kilele)
 ;D

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