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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: IntelliDebugger 1.3
« on: October 22, 2015, 03:18 PM »
Planned release date for VS 2015 support?

Developer's Corner / Re: Code signing certificate?
« on: October 19, 2015, 03:23 AM »
Thanks for all the comments and suggestions!

K Software seems to be really cheap in comparison to all the other vendors I've looked up. If the contract get's signed I try to get a certificate from them :)


Developer's Corner / Code signing certificate?
« on: October 16, 2015, 05:30 AM »

can anyone recommend a particular code signing certificate authority (there are a lot of them...)?

I probably have to sign .exe files in the future (if the current commercial project is going to be implemented). Prices vary a lot and they are per year not a one time sale *sigh*.

Java 7 or newer.

Good bye!

It will not allow for tags such as "Surnames, Jewish—Lists and Histories" because the program breaks the tag into two tags wherever a comma is present.
Already anounced for v15.50.0100 (as you already know)

XY does not allow for wildcard searches
Wrong, added in v15.50.0000 (as you already know)

or for searches of text/values in custom columns
Wrong (-> scripting) *sigh*

XY also doesn't highlight an entire row of associated column values when selecting a file
Tools, Customize List - Full Row Select...

I'd appreciate this :)

Thanks but unfortunately html tags don't work either.

Dictionary - <string> |$$1 /ICON=icons\dictionary.ico

get's displayed without interpreting them:
dict (Dictionary - <string>)

How do I escape it properly that <string> isn't resolved at all and I get instead:
dict (Dictionary - <string>)

Living Room / Re: The end of the hard disk
« on: June 25, 2015, 04:59 AM »
I knew about PCI-e mounted SSDs, but Shades said "hard disks" which was something (PCI-e mounted HDDs faster than SSDs) that I hadn't heard about.

That's the reason why I asked for a link. I'm not too stupid to use google myself...

Living Room / Re: The end of the hard disk
« on: June 24, 2015, 04:17 AM »
Around 1000USD a pop you have now decently sized hard disks that work according to SSD principles, but instead of using SATA, they use the PCI-Express lanes of your motherboard. If you think SSD's (or SSD's in RAID) are fast...these puppies run 4 to 5 times faster than SSD drives (at their top speed) in most usage scenarios. If you want really fast servers that have no problems shifting mountains of data around, SSD's are already old hat.

Link please :)

Find And Run Robot / Alias - Display <string> in description?
« on: June 24, 2015, 04:12 AM »
One of my aliases uses:
Dictionary - <string> |$$1 /ICON=icons\dictionary.ico

When I invoke it by entering e.g. "dic"
The description right from the icon states:
dict (Dictionary - )

<string> is resolved to nothing

How do I escape it properly that <string> isn't resolved at all and I get instead:
dict (Dictionary - <string>)

Thanks @all!

Wow, that's the perfect tool for what I'm trying to achieve!


I'm looking for a software that helps me to visualize program logic (e.g. for writing a string parser).

Maybe some kind of flowchart that contains pseudo code logic blocks (while / foreach / do until, etc.)?

- Windows
- NO Java
- Portable
- If possible: Freeware (but I'd pay for it if it offers advanced features)

Does anyone use a software like this and can share his thoughts?


Edit: Solved, I wrote a function that parses all pairs...

for example I have the following string:
$a = 'a:1:{s:9:"@test.bat";a:1:{s:24:"AJXP_METADATA_SHAREDUSER";a:1:{s:10:"users_meta";a:1:{s:4:"tags";s:20:"batch file {new tag}";}}}}';

Is there an intelligent way (the used regex engine (Visual Basic (no .NET) is "mostly" pcre compatible. One exception: Positive & negative lookbehinds aren't supported) to get the content of the innermost {} pair that is NOT inside quotation marks?

In this case I'd like to match exactly this part:
{s:4:"tags";s:20:"batch file {new tag}";}

The real innermost pair of {} would be:
{new tag}
but this is inside a double quoting
"batch file {new tag}"
and therefore shouldn't be treated as the innermost {}...

Thank you, skwire!

Does anyone still have a copy of this old command line tool (it searches the master file table of a NTFS partition)?

The original ( site is down (probably for a long time)...


General Software Discussion / Re: Bookmarking client
« on: April 03, 2015, 09:15 AM »
Linkman (Pro)

Windows only but by far the best one out there...

There will be an update before the end of the year for sure and I welcome any feature requests!!

The end of 2015 is thankfully a few hundred days in the future^^

General Software Discussion / Re: Mailbird
« on: December 24, 2014, 10:38 AM »
It takes merely ages for any feature to implement. They took over a year for an address book and is it capable of syncing (e.g. a carddav server)? Nope. Everything it does is always pretty basic, if you need anything that coexists within a heterogeneous environment (by syncing it's stuff), look elsewhere...

Thank you, 4wd!

I didn't know that an utility like this already exists. OnTopReplica is absolutely sufficient, I can write a wrapper for this by myself (AutoHotkey).

Post New Requests Here / Display jumplist live views in a new window
« on: December 05, 2014, 11:23 AM »

Since Win 7 we have jumplists for items on the taskbar. If you hover over one, you see a small live window of what's currently inside the window that belongs to this jumplist. This also works for videos and the speed and quality is rather good. If you have several e.g. videos playing (with the same player in a different instance) hovering over one of these task bar entries will show the live view for _all_ of the them^^

I'm looking for an application that is able to to generate these live views and put them together in a new window (if possible: without scroll bars).

It would be nice if we could arrange the order of it's entries and display them either in a horizontal or vertical way.

Two screenshots:
- One live view for a video player (hovering over it's taskbar entry)
- Arranged vertically

Is anyone able to code this?



If MasterSeeker is able to find the .xml file in its own directory please do not let it create the %APPDATA%\DxCK folder.
I've seen quite a few apps that still "mess" with %APPDATA% | %LOCALAPPDATA% even if they claimed to be portable (and ofc with their config files in the correct place).

Apart from that there are no avoidable traces that MasterSeeker leaves behind  :Thmbsup:

One thing I'm missing badly (or I'm to blind to find it):
The possibility to exclude specific drives / partitions from indexing

E.g. I don't need my system drive to be indexed (in 99 of 100 cases) because all my data is on a different drive

It doesn't work with ntfs partitions that are mounted in an empty folder (so called: volume mount points)...

Apart from that, is a fully portable version planned (at least one, that can store it's .xml config file in the same dir as the exe instead of %APPDATA%\DxCK\MasterSeeker?

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: AdGuard: the better Ad Muncher?
« on: September 01, 2014, 07:31 AM »
He's working on HTTP (without S) support... wow. No, wait. Wow! I feel sorry for anyone who is still investing money on that software...

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