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  • Blog Post: New Snippy is out. Finally.

    You can get the latest version of Snippy from GotDotNet . There is a beta 2 version as well as one based on the latest RTM RC so most people should be covered.
  • Blog Post: New version of Snippy coming...

    Turns out Snippy has had a growing set of users over time which have been emailing me quite a bit recently inquiring about future updates. I haven't been able to work on it for a while but I have now found it a new home. Some of the good folks on the VSEditor team (including my wife :)) have taken my...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Hovervue...

    Got a chance to code some today and I finally got around to getting Hovervue all packaged up and usable by anyone who's interested. You can get the full scoop on my personal blog . You can also see screenshots here which are pretty self-explanatory as to what the app does. If you decide to try it out...
  • Blog Post: RightSideUp v1.1 now available

    I just fixed up a few minor bugs in RightSideUp that had been reported by a few users over time (mostly avoiding some unhandled exceptions in some corner cases and a few cosmetic things). Not a huge update overall but still probably worth the quick download if you use it somewhat often. If you have a...
  • Blog Post: Snippy - A C# code snippet editor

    I made it my weekend project to hack up an editor for code snippet files. If you don't know what code snippets are, you should check out these two entries by Shaykat and Anson . Shaykat provides a good overview of them in general and Anson touches on them a bit more and shows an example of what the XML...
  • Blog Post: Uptime 2000 - Displays system's uptime transparently on your desktop

    Features: A tiny Win32 application (C++) that displays the system's up-time either in a small (transparent) window on your desktop or in a tool tip whenever you hover over the UpTime 2000 icon in the system tray. Install Instructions: Unzip the uptime2k.zip archive into a new directory. Run the uptime...
  • Blog Post: Uptime 2000 - Tool to display your system uptime transparently on your desktop

    I'm posting an old utility I wrote back in 2001 that displays your system's uptime transparently on your desktop in response to a request made by Joku in my comments section . It's a C++ Win32 app, so no C# love happening on this one. Here's a now ancient screenshot that demonstrates what the app actually...
  • Blog Post: RightSideUp - Automatically rotates images based on EXIF data

    Update (1/3/06): Find the latest info on RightSideUp on my main blog from now on. A .NET application that automatically rotates images in a folder using EXIF data stored in the image by some cameras. There's no longer a need to go through each image and manually rotate them yourself. If your digital...
  • Blog Post: Two more C# apps added: RightSideUp and Space Invaders

    I've moved over a couple more of the apps from my old site that I've hacked up over time. RightSideUp is an app that automatically rotates images based on the orientation in their EXIF data. Space Invaders is another clone of the classic game. Source and binaries available for both.
  • Blog Post: Space Invaders - Another clone of the classic game

    A .NET version of the classic game. It's all written in C# and uses GDI+ (not DirectX) for graphics. If I do any more work on this it'll probably be to port it to DirectX and add a few of the remaining features needed to do everything the original did (e.g. aliens move down, shields, etc.). Feel free...
  • Blog Post: My Software Projects

    Below is a list of C# (mostly) applications I've written over time. They're all free, so do as you please. Utilities: RightSideUp - Automatically rotates images using image's EXIF data (C# source available) Wordy - Provides quick access to a dictionary via system tray (C# source available...
  • Blog Post: Wordy v1.01

    My vocabulary consists of about 100 words in total (and that includes not-quite-words such as “uh“ and “eh“ and several not-so-good but very multi-purpose words). It's definitely pretty limited and has never been one of my strong points. As a result of this weakness, having quick...
  • Blog Post: Wordy - Quick dictionary access via system tray

    Another C# app I wrote ages ago that I still use on every single one of the machines I use. Wordy lives in the tray and provides a quick way of looking up a word's definition. I use this at least a couple of times a day as my vocabulary has never been a strong point. Ways to look up a word: Copy a word...
  • Blog Post: ezClip v1.02

    Back in the 7.0 days I wrote a little tool called ezClip. It's sole purpose was to allow me to copy/paste files from one command prompt window to another. Our test tree can get pretty deep directory-wise and having to provide full paths to 'copy' was a pain and instead I often ended up starting up two...
  • Blog Post: ezClip - Command-line clipboard utility

    This is a tiny C# application I wrote a while back that allows you to copy/paste files via the clipboard. The main scenario I use it in is when I have multiple command prompt windows open and I want to copy files from one to the other without having to type in paths, etc. Usage Information: usage: ezClip...
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