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Quick Folder Menu is a tiny application that opens a menu of the folder you specify as a command line parameter.
It’s mostly based on an AutoIt script by LarsJ.
It has a couple of bugs I don’t know how to fix, e.g. it doesn’t always close when you click away (Update: fixed in v1.1).
I hardly know how it works at all. But it works, and I find it handy, so in case you might make use of it, grab it below.
qfmenu.zip (3.73 kB)
7+ Taskbar Tweaker v4.2 is out.
By default, when you drag a taskbar item towards the desktop, the jump list appears. This option disables it.
Translated by horan. Thanks!
I’ve got several reports about an issue where the tweaker showed the following message: 7+ Taskbar Tweaker: Could not load library.
I don’t know what might cause this, and it seems to be quite random, e.g. a user told me he could solve it by installing the tweaker to a different path.
In this version, I improved the injection method, so this issue may be solved.
Another thing I did is adding an identifier to the error message, which will give me a clue about the cause of the error.
If you encounter an error similar to the screenshot below, please contact me, providing the exact message. Thanks.
7+ Taskbar Numberer (formerly known as 7 Taskbar Numberer), the program that numbers your taskbar items, now supports Windows 8.
In addition, it has the option to display the numbering only when the Windows key is down.
7+ Taskbar Tweaker v4.1 is out.
The most important change is the new help file, which explains the available tweaks. It should make it easier to get started with the tweaker.
Also, 7+ Taskbar Tweaker has a new bug/feature tracker.
Among other changes:
There is a bug in versions 4.0.10 and lower, which may lead to a crash when trying to update.
If you encounter such an issue, please download and update manually.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Multiline Ultimate Assembler v2.1 extends the syntax of RVA addresses:
Multiline Ultimate Assembler (previously known as MUltimate Assembler) v2.0 is out.
A new name
The plugin is called Multiline Ultimate Assembler now. I never liked the old name, MUltimate Assembler. It could easily be misread as Multi-Mate, while the intention is Multiline-Ultimate.
Note: if you update from an older version, change the section name in ollydbg.ini from “MUltimate Assembler” to “Multiline Ultimate Assembler” to keep the plugin’s optiosn.
An OllyDbg v2 port
The plugin was ported to OllyDbg v2.
Currently there’s one known issue: the data commands (DB, DW, DD, etc.) aren’t supported by the new OllyDbg’s assembler, so you cannot use them.
A help file
I’ve written a help file, which explains the assembler syntax, the editor interface, and the plugin’s options. It should make it easier to get started with the plugin.
7+ Taskbar Tweaker (previously known as 7 Taskbar Tweaker) now officially supports Windows 8!
In addition to the new name and the Windows 8 support, several small bugs were fixed, and general stability was improved, so it’s a recommended update even for Windows 7.
This utility has been designed for speech recognition users who use voice macros to switch between open applications and tray icons. It works on Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems, both 32-bit and 64-bit.
For example, speech recognition users that use Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional with the third-party provided Utter Command add-on can switch to the third application shown in the taskbar by using the command “Window 3″, or can right-click on the third visible tray icon by using the command “Tray 3″. When there are many open applications, or when the user has a significant amount of tray icons, it can become quite cumbersome to count by hand the number of icons in order to identify the sequence of the intended application or tray icon.
“7+ Taskbar Numberer” solves this problem by numbering sequentially, left to right:
- the icons for the open and close-but-pinned windows applications.
- all the visible tray icons.
and then placing tiny visible numbers (a.k.a. “hints”) in the top left corner of the application icons, and in the top right corner of the tray icons. The numbering scheme supports more than one digit, so that the hint for the 12th application is “12″.
While this utility has been tested with the Utter Command user interface, it will work with any other voice macros that select open applications or tray icons by rotating with them sequentially from left to right.
The utility adjusts dynamically as new applications or tray icons are added, and also works when the user has chosen to make just a subset of the tray icons visible.
This article wasn’t written by me. The author wished to remain anonymous.
You can use the Windows key+number keyboard shortcut to refer to a taskbar item.
Windows logo key +number
Start the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the program is already running, switch to that program.
Shift+Windows logo key +number
Start a new instance of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Ctrl+Windows logo key +number
Switch to the last active window of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Alt+Windows logo key +number
Open the Jump List for the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
7+ Taskbar Numberer adds numbers to your taskbar items, so you can see right away what keyboard shortcut is assigned to each item.
Optionally, the numbers can appear only when the Windows key is down.