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I'm an applied mathematician & engineer, living & working just outside the London metro area.

Over the years and on both sides of the Atlantic, I've led a variety of quantitative & operational challenges across intelligent systems & software engineering, sonar, defense, environmental technology, robotics, and most recently the complex world of multi-channel retail.

The common thread that links passion, profession, and play is applying technology, good design, and quantitative modelling and simulation, to build better products, enable better decisions, and optimise performance.

I'm always experimenting and tinkering, so feel free to get in touch with ideas.

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Jan
21
comment Possibility to translate all mouse clicks with shifted coords. (Or touchscreen issue with non native screen resolution.)
(+1) - that should help getting to the required 10...
Dec
17
comment What program to use to compare big files under Windows?
Did you know TC also splits files? File > Split File...
Dec
17
suggested rejected edit on Restore previous file selection in Total Commander
Dec
17
comment Restore previous file selection in Total Commander
Just to elaborate, this can also be found via the menu: Mark > Restore Selection
Dec
17
revised OS X: what Norton Commander clone you can suggest
Cleaned up the non-native English in the question.
Dec
17
comment Total Commander slow copying to USB external drives
@alexandrul: Then it seems that you're reporting a suspected bug. The best place for that is the Total Commander forum. Have you tried posting there also?
Dec
17
suggested approved edit on OS X: what Norton Commander clone you can suggest
Dec
17
awarded  Critic
Dec
17
answered Total Commander avoid typing “cd ” to open folder
Dec
17
suggested rejected edit on How to debug Total Commander buttons which open a command shell?
Dec
11
revised Creating special commands for Notepad++ using NppExec
Changing the title to make it more relevant.
Sep
30
comment Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Like your suggestion (open/save warning, option to normalise). Put in something already around this issue. Once it is assigned to someone, will modify to add these suggestions.
Sep
29
comment Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Imposing such a global setting change on a system seems a bit too drastic. I think this would be best handled by a "usability feature" within Notepad++ to protect the integrity of source code files from ending up with mixed EOL formats. What do you think of not allowing different EOL formats for different lines? This could be implemented by trapping Ctrl+M and Ctrl+J and, if the file level EOL format is not set to either Mac or Unix respectively, then Notepad++ would suppress the characters (possibly issuing a notice the first time). Worth a bug / feature request to NPP?
Sep
29
accepted Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Sep
28
comment Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Hmmm... so how can this be protected against?
Sep
28
comment Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Well, that was a completely unexpected (but enlightening) explanation! (+1) Making it explicit: Control+[KEY] is implemented as subtracting 64d (decimal) or 0x40 from the ASCII value of the capital letter [KEY]. So since ascii(M) = 77d, ctrl+M = 13d = 0x0D, and since ascii(J) = 74d, ctrl+J = 10d = 0x0A...
Sep
28
revised Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Some minor corrections
Sep
27
revised Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
clarified the problem better
Sep
27
revised Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J
Clarified wording
Sep
27
asked Notepad++'s pesky EOL Format switching — how to remove the invisible (default?) keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+M, Ctrl+J