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Add some funny stuff. ;D

coffee open files with ur defined application instead of the system associated one when you press the Alt key.  258K   USB

Hline make your cursor into a horizon line. Stupid right? ;D, it should be helpful when reading article.  31K   USB
PS: you can add color like FF00FF to the shortcut (target) to change the line color.

Nyan Cat Progress Bar, yeah, nyan cat! It displays the Nyan Cat over the top of progress bars. Maybe your child will love your PC more.   662K   USB
PS: It seems doesn't works very well on Windows 10.

Security Check. It checks your vulnerable applications for security.   460K   USB

Finally, since MassiGra is not available in English and it didn't under-maintained anymore, here is another great photo viewer from Japan --- QuickViewer, super fast.   USB

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@aapn77:
My issue is that when I run the find method it writes the counter to the file twice instead of once. If someone could please explain to me why it does this or advise me on how I could solve this I would really appreciate it.
Without examining the code, I couldn't really help here, but the short explanation as to "why it does this" would have to be that your code is instructing the write to occur twice, or once and then repeated.

Not wishing to teach my grandmother to suck eggs, but, where I have not had a colleague handy to peruse my code and give it a sanity check, the usual method to "solve" these sorts of problems that I have used is to insert test commands into the proggie to output to the screen display at every relevant program step around the problem area, announcing that program step and then pausing and awaiting the press of a trigger key before proceeding to the next step.
Try that method, and where the write occurs to the file, get the output written to the display instead. You should thus be able to determine exactly what is being written (output), and when (i.e., at what step).

Another thought: It may be that your proggie is (say) somehow writing out to the file for each instance of the 2 pieces of compared/matched data that is sitting in buffers.

Hope this helps or is of use.
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General Software Discussion / Re: Screen change detector
« Last post by IainB on Today at 08:05 PM »
@JohanV: - regarding your Q in the OP:
As an AHK user, I did a duckgo search for info on this: autohotkey - detect change in window
 - and some of the results looked potentially useful.
For example, including:
  • Method to detect active window change?
  • Run script on active window change

I also did a duckgo search on this: event viewer - detect change in a window
 - as I wondered whether that might be an easy avenue to pursue (anything that occurs in the system could probably be defined as an event).
Not sure whether the results would be useful though, as I know little about triggering/viewing system events, though I am aware that several third party applications "log" events to the viewer and subscriptions can also be enabled - e.g., for remote PCs or dual monitors. It seems to be a pretty sophisticated component of the OS.

Hope this helps or is of use.
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General Software Discussion / Re: Screen change detector
« Last post by rjbull on Today at 05:34 PM »
I've never used a two-monitor setup, so don't know if this is feasible.  Could you have two monitors, with the window you want to watch the sole item on one of them, perhaps pinned to be always on top to be sure, and do all other work on the other monitor?
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General Software Discussion / Re: Screen change detector
« Last post by JohanV on Today at 02:35 PM »
Thanks for your input.
The screen definitely updates.
I am running a PayToClick program that sends through orders. It's these orders I want to be notified of.
An order comes through as a blue bar across the screen.
The program runs on a Firefox extension.
I log in then leave the window open But I have other work to do so I open a new window to carry on working.

Using PixelChangeDetector is easy when the window is open and in focus but it cannot monitor a window that is not in focus/on top.


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you'll have to upload your code somewhere so people can look at it in order to find the problem.
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Living Room / Boeing exposee
« Last post by holt on Today at 09:34 AM »
'problems with Boeing 737 next generation with structural dangers reported SBS​ dateline Australia'

This is NOT the recent 'software programming' issue; this is a whole different, long-overdue, mind-blowing exposee of shabby workmanship coverup and whistleblower betrayal at the highest levels of Boeing in cozy illicit collusion with a corrupt FAA.
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General Software Discussion / Re: Screen change detector
« Last post by Ath on Today at 09:27 AM »
that will monitor a specific window even when it is not in focus and I have another window open.
It is not guaranteed that the window content is updated if another window is (partially) covering it, so that might be quite a challenge... and maybe a little less if you can place that window visible and uncovered. And then there is a chance that the application detects it doesn't have focus and lowers/ceases the screen update frequency.
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My chrystal ball tells me I can't see what you are talking about...
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Hello everyone..

I've got this code I've written in java that's basically an AVL tree. I have this 'find' method that checks whether a specific item or data is in one of the nodes within the AVL tree using recursion and it returns that node. It also keeps track of the number of comparisons (called countFn) that are being made while traversing the AVL tree. Right before my 'find' method returns the node it send the comparison count to another method called counter. This method creates a file (AVL_counter) and appends the counter to that file. I have written my code here and have tried to reduce it as much as possible.

My issue is that when I run the find method it writes the counter to the file twice instead of once. If someone could please explain to me why it does this or advise me on how I could solve this I would really appreciate it.

Thank you.
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