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by drewkeller
01 Nov 2014 18:09
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Can't drop on 64bit apps
Replies: 11
Views: 2554

Re: Can't drop on 64bit apps

I can drop onto the 32-bit version of Notepad2-mod, but I cannot drop onto the 64-bit version of Notepad2-mod. It tries to open some non-existing file with asian characters instead of the file I drop on it. See https://github.com/XhmikosR/notepad2-mod/issues/61
by drewkeller
27 Feb 2014 00:47
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Intermittent crash when navigating to a different folder
Replies: 1
Views: 360

Intermittent crash when navigating to a different folder

XY started doing this maybe 2-3 months ago. I haven't figured out an exact way to reproduce this. Sometimes when I navigate to a folder XY crashes (it isn't always the same folder, but I think it's always been a folder on a certain one of my hard drive partitions). I use a few versioning programs th...
by drewkeller
18 Jun 2013 19:10
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Adobe Illustrator or CoreDraw thumbnail views
Replies: 5
Views: 1538

Re: Adobe Illustrator or CoreDraw thumbnail views

Interesting question, since I use Illustrator all the time. Even after adding .ai and .eps to the preview image types, Illustrator previews/thumbnails do not work for me and display "Bad Image" for the thumbnail (for .ai, .eps) and either "Cannot decode" (.ai) or the raw postscript text for .eps. I ...
by drewkeller
18 Jun 2013 18:12
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: datediff(date1, date2, "s") is broken
Replies: 2
Views: 693

Re: datediff(date1, date2, "s") is broken

Thanks for the fix.
by drewkeller
17 Jun 2013 23:13
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: datediff(date1, date2, "s") is broken
Replies: 2
Views: 693

datediff(date1, date2, "s") is broken

Seems that the new sub-seconds features have broken datediff with the "s" argument. The help still indicates that "s" should be available.

A script using "s" as an argument stops execution with an error: No such argument: s.

If I change the argument to "ms", it works.
by drewkeller
20 Oct 2012 15:25
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

Re: OpenUpdater

Update:
+ Added .ini file usage
by drewkeller
03 Oct 2012 05:13
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

Re: OpenUpdater

Posted some updates.

Added menu stuff.
Added management (removal) of zip files.
Added ability to upgrade/revert to a different version that you've downloaded before
by drewkeller
27 Sep 2012 20:01
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: To collab or not - and if: how?
Replies: 15
Views: 1782

Re: To collab or not - and if: how?

From a non-coder user point of view, Sourceforge is the only repository site where I've looked for software...I was aware of github but had never found any appl's there...maybe it's different for scripts like this but that's just my experience. Yeah, lost in all the buttons, there's one for downloa...
by drewkeller
27 Sep 2012 06:51
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: To collab or not - and if: how?
Replies: 15
Views: 1782

Re: To collab or not - and if: how?

Glad to see this discussion taking place. You know who the pioneers are because they have arrows sticking out of their butts. Any git-something is going to be somewhat hindered by the fact that it is based on git (and the somewhat less than user friendly git tools and git weirdness, although git too...
by drewkeller
26 Sep 2012 09:15
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

Re: OpenUpdater

Unzipping with VBS was a great idea, but I didn't copy your code for it. http://www.robvanderwoude.com/vbstech_files_zip.php#CopyHereUNZIP was the source I used. Jacky's script was great and worked until recently, so there was not much reason to write my own. It is no secret that I liked his updater...
by drewkeller
25 Sep 2012 19:28
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

Re: OpenUpdater

There are a limited number of commands for parsing text. And we are reading the same changelogs from the same webpage. So the parsing functions will look very similar. That being said, I did not use serendipity's nor jacky's nor anyone else's code to come up with my parsing... it is entirely origina...
by drewkeller
25 Sep 2012 14:52
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

Re: OpenUpdater

I used parts of the style that I myself wrote for serendipity, based on jacky's. I don't know how much of my style serendipity used, because I haven't downloaded it since then. I did not use his script as a source. You can browse the code on github and I invite you to. I didn't mean to step on anyon...
by drewkeller
25 Sep 2012 07:59
Forum: Wishes
Topic: (scripting) How to pass arguments and return values...
Replies: 1
Views: 365

(scripting) How to pass arguments and return values...

I could not think of a good way to search the forum for this question and I didn't see anything in the help about it. I think it would be very useful if the scripting language implemented a means to pass arguments and return values to/from user subroutines/functions (aka scripts, I guess) without ha...
by drewkeller
25 Sep 2012 07:22
Forum: Script Exchange
Topic: OpenUpdater
Replies: 13
Views: 2148

OpenUpdater

Update 2012-10-19: + Added .ini file usage Update 2012-10-02: + Added menu stuff. + Added management (removal) of zip files. + Added ability to upgrade/revert to a different version that you've downloaded before 2012-09-24: * First release ---------------------------------------------- I don't think...
by drewkeller
21 Sep 2012 16:58
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Refresh Current Folder doesn't seem to work
Replies: 3
Views: 468

Re: Refresh Current Folder doesn't seem to work

So does that mean I have to do both Refresh Current Folder and Refresh List in order to... shall we say, refresh the overall 'view' of a folder? I can understand why it's like that, but it's unhandy for me and makes me wish even more that there were toolbar buttons for both of those commands so I co...