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I found an app called Hermes which plays Pandora on Mac OS X and has support for using the music controls and notifications on song changes. I think the sound quality might be slightly lower than in Chrome - might be an API limitation? But the features are great for free playback. EDIT: You can change the quality in Preferences > Playback!
Follow your link to a solution back to the archlinux item on how to fix backlight problems. Read the info at the end of the page where is a script you can modify to do what you want. Use inotifywait to watch for changes to the backlight and each time fix the PWM. For example: #!/bin/bash level=/sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/actual_brightness ...
You may create a "form" in Excel too; Create the layout as a normal sheet. At the end; Select the cells you want to be user-editable. Hold CTRL and hit 1, a dialogue opens. Find the /Cell protection\ tab, and untick [ ] Protection. Close the dialogue with OK. Now set the sheet to be "Protected" from menus or the ribbon ("How" depends on version of ...
You can access the MMC 2.0 Automation Library via COM from Powershell. Possibly nasty, but workable. To get started with Powershell: $mmc = New-Object -ComObject MMC20.Application $mmc.Load("path\to\some.msc") You'll probably have to be admin. The API is pretty awful but you should be able to access the data through it. Here's a VB example of ...
This solution will require the programs, SpeedFan and PsSuspend. First create a batch script that will do what you want. Something like: pssuspend \\yourPCName vlc Replacing the parameters with the correct values for your situation. Test this to make sure it is suspending your jobs correctly. Now, go to the SpeedFan configure dialog and select the ...
What about Alt + ↓ ? If it is on list, it will automatically highlight the closest matched one. If not, it will highlight nothing.
I would recommend using FreeFileSync to keep that file synchronized. FreeFileSync has a side tool called RealtimeSync that triggers a synchronization task each time it detects a change in a given folder. You only have to create a synchronization task for that file and then run RealtimeSync with that task and it will be 'automagically' copied each time is ...
To stop the OS from a reinstall loop i added a 'PAUSE' to 'Press any key to continue' at the end of the installation and a message 'REMOVE USB INSTALLATION MEDIA'
Tip: ExifTool is available for windows, and will happily move about or copy files based on the metadata. For what it is worth: "DPI" is only valid in relation to PRINTED or SCANNED images. The metadata values labelled "DPI" can be changed by use of Exiftool - and has no relevance what so ever for viewing files on a computer, nor the "quality" of the image ...
There is nothing standard to do this with. You need some kind of script that runs periodically through the folders(s) and moves the files that don't meet your criteria to a "rejected" folder. Easiest is probably to script something with ImageMagick. This is set of (free) command-line utilities for image-conversion and/or manipulation. There are commands in ...
I've found a great solution for text expanding in Chrome (Any OS). It's using: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-text-expander-for-go/iibninhmiggehlcdolcilmhacighjamp Tetsujin's answer works very well in Safari, but my main need was in Chrome (running on Mac OSX).
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