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English/Ideas/Abstract concepts/thoughtI frankly can't wait until we get to the ' just express an idea, and poof program done' stage .
Or use Notepad++ with TextFX-Plugin:
(see attachment in previous post)-AbteriX (November 29, 2009, 02:49 PM)
I got the grid_clicker script from there
I got the GDIP library and samples from http://www.autohotke...rder=asc&start=0
I got the Gridmove script from donationcoder.com
Initially I was planning to use Gridmove's method of drawing to the screen, spent some time figuring it out, but it wasn't suitable for drawing diagonal lines.
After I discovered the GDIP library that became easier
Since I had Gridmove I used the read/write ini idea from there.
And voila I have a cool new grid clicking script for all those pesky farming games and such!
...I'm trying to copy a bunch of email addresses to use in another program. All the recipients are already on one of my Outlook emails. .... there's no email address shown, only the name (since Outlook will process it later). For the outsiders that are not in an addressbook, the full email is shown. Now, I'm trying to copy all the email addresses to another program, so the name does me no good. I need the actual flippin' email address. Is there anyway to copy it easily using ctrl-c? NO!! I hate this shitty program.-superboyac (October 06, 2009, 11:14 AM)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "makeTreeZip.py", line 43, in <module>
WindowsError: [Error 123] The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax i
s incorrect: 'J:\\Share\\Programs\\@Network\\eToolz\\Language\\Fran?ais.bmp'
D:\test.txt (size 100 MB)
D:\a\b.ini (size 1 MB)
D:\z\y\x\c.pdf (size 1 GB)
E:\test.txt (size 0 bytes)
E:\a\b.ini (size 0 bytes)
E:\z\y\x\c.pdf (size 0 bytes)
adobe photoshop elements
Some mentions of Vista Photo gallery, and the home server variants for photos..
features like websites (flickr,facebook ...etc.)
- i.e. individually managed collections
- private areas
- backup of photos
- search for individuals photos (if tagged)
features like apps
- portable data(base),
- quick scrolling through thousands of pictures
- copy photos