SageThumbs is a powerful shell extension allowing to preview enormous amount of image formats directly in Windows Explorer by using Pierre-e Gougelet's GFL library
Software for MS-DOS machines that represent entertainment and games. The collection includes action, strategy, adventure and other unique genres of game and entertainment software. Through the use of the EM-DOSBOX in-browser emulator, these programs are bootable and playable. Please be aware this browser-based emulation is still in beta - contact Jason Scott, Software Curator, if there are issues or questions. Thanks to eXo for contributions and assistance with this archive.

Thank you for your feedback - we will continue to upgrade/bugfix the emulator going  2019-10-17
This web based software suite has 55 image editing and painting tools on one easy to use page.

Mara is a web-based software suite for quick image editing and painting with 55 tools to edit and paint images. All the tools are on one page for easy access. It has several of the same tools used in Photoshop without downloading anything and is beginner friendly and suitable for all levels of experience.

The site has all the basic tools like resize, crop, rotate, auto fix, blur, sharpen, fix red eye, etc.

There are filters and effects, image transformation tools, image enhancement tools, painting tools, stickers, frames, and fonts.

There are a few tools that aren't very common such as a steganography tool, and an ASCII art tool. There are some tools in Photoshop that aren't available here, such as erase.

Here's the list of the tools:

3d Analglyph, ANSI art, APNG/AWebP editor, art, ASCII art, auto fix, blur, brightness/contrast, bulge/pinch, bump, color picker, converter, color tint, convertor, crop, curves, dropper, Exif, frame, GIF editor, Glitcher, grayscale (black and white), hue/saturation, invert colors, kaleidoscope, mirror, mosaic, noise, opacity, optimize palette, overlay, palette extractor, perspective, pixelate, PNG metadata, pop, RAW, red eye, resize, rotate, sharpen, sketchpad, skew, smooth, splitter, Steganography, stickers, straighten, threshold, twirl, type, Vector graphics editor, vibrance, vignette, vintage, and wave.

Tools have the option to save, close, or open the image you're working on in another tool so you don't have to return to the tool list.
Geen tijd om te sporten? Dan hebben we goed nieuws voor je, want dankzij personal trainer Tess van Beurden kost fit zijn je niet meer dan tien minuten per dag. In onze reeks ‘Fit in tien minuten’ pakt ze elke week een zone van je lichaam aan, met eenvoudige oefeningen die je makkelijk thuis kan doen. Deze keer focust ze op je benen en legt ze uit hoe je op een goede manier squat.
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Python is a no-BS programming language. Readability and simplicity of design are two of the biggest reasons for its immense popularity.

As the Zen of Python says:

Beautiful is better than ugly.

Explicit is better than implicit.

This is why it is worthwhile to remember some common Python tricks to help improve your code design. These will save you the trouble of surfing Stack Overflow every time you need to do something.

The following tricks will prove handy in your day-to-day coding exercises.
Since I've written many articles on how I am using elements and features from Org mode, I decided to introduce a new blog series for these articles. I also added already published articles to this series in case their topic fits this category.

It is crucial to know that these articles are my personal approach to deal with various situations within Org mode. It is driven by my own requirements and use-cases. It is not an exhaustive reference on how to use things from the great Org mode manual. Some articles do not even provide solutions. Sometimes, articles just mention things where I'm struggling with or shed a light on things to be aware of when using Org mode for a long period of time.
There are tens of thousands of extensions in the Visual Studio Marketplace. Some good, some bad, and when you’re adding untrusted 3rd party code to your development workflow, less is more.

I’ve spent countless hours the last few weeks scouring the internet for the most interesting and useful Visual Studio Code extensions to maximize our time spent developing!unity
Browse 1,127,000 global plant names, 90,100 detailed descriptions, and 195,100 images with an initial focus on tropical Africa
Learn the essentials of the Kotlin programming language from Kotlin experts at Google. Kotlin is a modern and concise JVM language that supports functional programming paradigms. Whether you’re a Java developer or a programmer in another object-oriented language, this course will teach you the essential language features that has made Kotlin so popular with developers. By the end of this course, you’ll gain the skills you need to build your next project in Kotlin.
Developing Android Apps with Kotlin, developed by Google together with Udacity, is our newly-released, free, self-paced online course. You'll learn how to build Android apps using industry-standard tools and libraries in the Kotlin programming language.

Android development fundamentals are taught in the context of an architecture that provides the scaffolding for robust, maintainable applications. The course covers why and how to use Android Jetpack components such as Room for databases, Work Manager for background processing, the Navigation component, and more. You'll use popular community libraries to simplify common tasks such as Glide for image loading, Retrofit for networking, and Moshi for JSON parsing. The course teaches key Kotlin features such as coroutines to help you write your app code more quickly and concisely.unity
Probably the largest hurdle when learning any new programming language is simply knowing where to get started. This is why we, Chris and Susan, decided to create this series about Python for Beginners!

Even though we won’t cover everything there is to know about Python in the course, we want to make sure we give you the foundation on programming in Python, starting from common everyday code and scenarios. At the end of the course, you’ll be able to go and learn on your own, for example with docs, tutorials, or books.  2019-09-21
This site lets you redact parts of an image by adding a blurred, pixelated or black box to any area of an image.

There's no need to open up an image editor to redact parts of an image you don't want to be visible, this web tool makes it quick and painless.

The Redact site is simple to use. Upload, paste or copy an image into the box then click and drag to outline the area of the image you want to redact. Double click inside the box to cycle through blur, pixelated and black out effects. If you keep double clicking on the image, you can choose an oval shape instead of a box to redact the image.

You can select multiple areas on an image to be redacted and use a different type (blur, pixelate, black out) for each area.

The settings button reveals a slider to change the level of concealment.

Any images uploaded to Redact are not sent to or stored on a server, everything works within your local browser, which means you can also use it offline.
No one likes to do things the hard way, which is why we have keyboard shortcuts! We’re going to look at the shortcuts you can use in Google Sheets to save yourself some time.

By no means is this a complete list of all keyboard shortcuts available in Google Sheets. We’ve limited our list to those that are more generally useful. There are plenty more you can explore if you can’t find what you’re looking for in this guide.

To open a list of keyboard shortcuts in Google Sheets, press Ctrl / (Windows and Chrome OS), Cmd / (macOS) If you want to see the complete list, check out the Google Sheets support page.
Keyboard shortcuts are the best way to speed up and increase productivity for any task, as they limit your time spent opening menus and settings. Luckily, Google Chrome has a myriad of them designed to increase efficiency browsing the Internet.

By no means is this a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in Google Chrome. We’ve tried to keep the list more generally useful shortcuts. There are plenty more for you to explore if you can’t find what you’re looking for in this guide on the Google Chrome support page.
SharpKeys is a Registry hack that is used to make certain keys on a keyboard act like other keys. For example, if you accidentally hit Caps Lock often, you could use this utility to map Caps Lock to a Shift key or even turn it off completely. This official release includes support for up to 104 mappings, an extensive list of available keys, and a “Type Key” option to help when managing mappings. As it relies on internal support within Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 you must be running one of these OS’s for this Registry hack to work.

With the release of version 3.9, I’ve recompiled the most recent code that has been posted to the GitHub project. This version includes some bug fixes and removes support for triple-byte keys that Windows doesn’t support (including hardware keys from HP and Lenovo.)

As always, I encourage anyone interested in working on the code to visit for more project
An application that helps you make the most out of your Microsoft keyboard and mouse.

Latest Release: Mouse and Keyboard Center 11

What’s New in this release:

Supports Microsoft Pro Intellimouse

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Visual Studio Code is an integrated development environment (IDE) built and maintained by Microsoft. It is offered free of charge.

Level up your workflow (for free):

  • VSCode Basics
  • Text Manipulation in VSCode
  • Development Workflows in VSCode
  • Code Generation in VSCode
Do you need to extract text from images, videos or PDF? If yes, then the Copyfish free OCR software is for you. Common reasons to extract text from images are to google it, store it, email it or translate it. Until now, your only option was to retype the text. Copyfish is soooo much faster and more fun. “Images” come in many forms: photographs, charts, diagrams, screenshots, PDF documents, comics, error messages, memes, Flash – and Youtube movies.
Full stack developer and teacher, Nick Janetakis, says the Amazon Basics keyboard is one of his favorite general purpose/programming keyboards. "It hits all the major points that make a keyboard good and it also happens to be only $14," he writes.
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