Occasionally, I feel like messing around with scripting or with development. While I am only dabbling in the field of software development, I do find it kind of fun.
Anything particularly fun or useful, I’ll be posting in this category.
If it’s something I do a little bit more with (something with a few steps, or a multi-part intro, or even just something I keep tweaking and improving) then I’ll create a dedicated page for it under this parent page.
As an example, I looked into a few ways to save images from Windows Spotlight. See what I found out here.
I’ve done (and still do) a fair bit using ‘Monitorr’ on my media server. You’ll find that here.
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So I’ve been toying around with a “Media Portal” page for a while, and I settled on a piece of software to handle it. It’s called “Monitorr” (as the title suggests). It’s Open-Source, free, and hosted on Github. I’ve now got it set up pretty nicely – it gives the status of individual services, and …
Windows 10 has this neat little feature called Spotlight, which provides some pretty neat images for the lock screen. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to save these files – they’re not even saved in an image format by default, and they’re only on your machine temporarily. There are, however, ways to save the images. …
I’m partway through building a stores inventory tracking system for the local Air Training Corps. Update (26.12.2018) – currently on hold. NZCF HQ are looking into an ‘official’ system for implementation. No sense inventing the wheel if they’re only going to replace it. Currently it’s based in C#, using InnoSetup for the installers, and WinSparkle …