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In 2007 I got my bachelor degree in applied informatics in Belgium. Immediately after, I started working at the company where I did my internship, AIM Productions. I liked the work and colleagues at the company too much to give up entirely for further studies, so I decided to combine the two. In 2009 I started studying for my master in Game and Media Technology at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and I graduated in 2012. At the moment I work as a research assistant at the IT University of Copenhagen, at the PIT lab working on Human-Computer Interaction.

I mainly develop in C#, but occasionally do C++, PHP, Flash/actionscript 3 and Java projects. I care a lot about proper code design, and some people tend to say I overdo it.


Mar
8
awarded  Scholar
Mar
8
accepted Explorer open a library through command line
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
As I said, that's not the one I was referring to (when I initially mentioned 'Favorites'.
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
My user account Favorites folder contains folders like Favorites Bar, Microsoft Websites, MSN Websites, Windows Live. No idea, never used this.
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
Nope, I am talking about the list of 'Favorite' locations in the sidebar. The one with the star. By default it contains Desktop I believe, and if you install e.g. Dropbox it is added there.
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
That's weird, now they work. Maybe it didn't temporarily since I'm messing with the registry simultaneously for the implementation I just mentioned. However, explorer shell:Favorites opens up the 'Favorites' folder in my user account folder, not the 'Favorites' star shell folder.
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
The 'shell' syntax ain't working for me. The CLSID approach does. I'm currently programming a solution which looks up the CLSID. It is also important to take into account localization.
Mar
8
comment Explorer open a library through command line
It seems this is possible by passing CLSIDs rather than a path, looking into how to get those now ...
Mar
8
asked Explorer open a library through command line
Jul
17
awarded  Talkative
Jun
25
awarded  Excavator
Jun
25
revised Office jukebox systems
Replaced with working link.
Jun
25
suggested suggested edit on Office jukebox systems
Apr
11
comment Adding new folder to libraries extremely slow
I believe the cause might be I'm adding an AppData folder to my library. So if anyone else could attempt creating a Windows Library, and adding any empty folder located within C:\Users\<Username>\AppData to it to see whether it's really slow or not, that would be really helpful. :)
Apr
11
awarded  Student
Apr
11
comment Adding new folder to libraries extremely slow
Well, that definitely helped me along a bit. It seems like adding a new folder to a library triggers the indexing process. The folder is added to the indexed locations. It's the indexing which is slow, so only indirectly the Library. Adding/removing an indexed location seems to be the bottleneck. I'm attempting to delete/reconstruct the index now, I'll report whether the problem remains afterwards.
Apr
11
comment Adding new folder to libraries extremely slow
@Bob Thanks, but it also occurs with newly created Libraries, so there isn't even an XML file in the folder.
Apr
11
asked Adding new folder to libraries extremely slow
Nov
9
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
2
awarded  Editor