This weekend I created 2 new Chrome themes, I hope you like them!
Last year, I swore to update my site regularly and write more articles on programming stuff I like, but it got out of my hands again. I don’t know if I’m lazy or busy!
Since I found out I’m better in using Visual Studio than all of my colleagues, one idea was about composing a tutorial video on how to use Visual Studio as the IDE for Unity. But, hey, Visual Studio 2017 is out of beta, and the RC is available for a free download! So, why I don’t postpone this side project to a time that the final version is released?
How often do you look up a piece of text on a web page?
If you’re a power user, probably you will use your keyboard rather than mouse to perform this sequence:
I could never imagine that I can shortcut the whole process! To do this, you can use the AutoHotKey tool. I skip the instruction on how to install it and create script files, but as soon as you go over those, here is the script you’re looking for:
This script means when you hit qq (2 q’s) on your keyboard, AutoHotKey will replace it with sending Ctrl+C, Ctrl+T, Ctrl+V, Enter.
The difference between :*:qq:: and ::qq:: is by using ::qq::, you will need to hit space/enter to trigger the replacement (which doesn’t work for us in this case), but the * in :*:qq:: makes the replacement happen as soon as you type it.
I hope you find crazy cool uses for AutoHotKey!
Windows 10 shortcuts are here for power users! I was looking for multi-desktop shortcuts, and I found this page.
If you are looking for something specifically or you want to print them all, unfortunately this page is not very searchable, but if you are a geek there is a workaround:
Just check this gallery out! 😀
Xbox Elite Controller is almost here!
An all-in-one portal for game development resources!
BitUp is a game in progress that I will watch closely!
The art style is spectacular! I look forward to seeing more animations and gameplay from them!
I just backed Little Devil Inside on Kickstarter! Of course!