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Posted by Dwedit on Friday, 21 December 2012, at 07:47 PM

Here's a really tiny utility for Windows XP.  You can hit WindowsKey + Left or WindowsKey + Right to move and resize a window to fill the left half or right half of your screen, just like the Aero Snap feature of Windows 7.
You can also use WindowsKey+Up to maximize the current window, and WindowsKey+Down to minimize the current window.

The exe is really tiny, just 2kb in size.  No system tray icon, you need to close it with the task manager.

Source Code

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More NSF covers

Posted by Dwedit on Monday, 09 July 2012, at 11:09 AM

I've added some more NES covers to the NSF covers page!

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RikaiChan-Clone Text Editor

Posted by Dwedit on Saturday, 18 September 2010, at 02:11 PM

I've just posted a new Text Editor which is a clone of the Firefox extension it's named after.  This text editor lets you look up Japanese words by moving the mouse over them, just like Rikaichan.

Go to the page for RikaiChan-Clone Text Editor

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NES Music Covers

Posted by Dwedit on Thursday, 24 June 2010, at 06:06 PM

I have created a page for my NSF Covers.  This page uses a flash-based NSF player, so you can listen to the songs without a NES emulator or Winamp plugin.

NSF Covers Page

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NES Chu Chu Rocket alpha version released

Posted by Dwedit on Thursday, 17 June 2010, at 09:08 AM

I have released an alpha version of NES Chu Chu Rocket, a NES port of Sonic Team's GBA/Dreamcast game.  See the NES Chu Chu Rocket page for more details.

The game is not yet finished, but puzzle mode is completely playable.

chuchu0.png chuchu1.png chuchu2.png chuchu3.png chuchu4.png chuchu5.png

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Freedom at last from the tyrrany of forced interpolation

Posted by Dwedit on Tuesday, 11 May 2010, at 09:19 PM

Now Firefox doesn't forcefully interpolate all the pixel art on this site anymore, as long as you have Firefox 3.5+

If you have pixel art on your website, add this stuff to your CSS files:

img[src$=".gif"] { image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; -ms-interpolation-mode: nearest-neighbor; }
img[src$=".png"] { image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; -ms-interpolation-mode: nearest-neighbor; }

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Verizon Razzle Playlist Maker

Posted by Dwedit on Friday, 19 March 2010, at 02:09 PM


Because the Verizon Razzle TXT8030 phone has major usability issues as a music player, I made a tool which converts playlists for the phone.
As far as I know, this is the only tool out there for that purpose!  Otherwise you have to make your playslists by hand on the phone itself, which is basically impossible if you've dumped over 700 songs on it.

Go to the page for the Verizon Razzle Playlist Maker

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Happy Birthday

Posted by Dwedit on Thursday, 07 May 2009, at 09:21 PM

Now I'm 25!
I'm getting old!

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Developers Developers Developers

Posted by Dwedit on Saturday, 28 March 2009, at 09:51 AM

I just added a "Developers" forum, where I'll be posting stuff related to software development.  If you want to post there too, go ahead.

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Updated Flashes

Posted by Dwedit on Wednesday, 04 March 2009, at 12:03 AM

I just updated several of the flashes, adding a Full Screen button, so now you can pretend that this site is Youtube.  The huge bottom bar has also been removed from all the flashes, now just a short seekbar remains.  The huge bottom bar ruined the ability to watch them in full screen anyway.
I also cleaned up some issues I had with JamezBond.  If you can tell which changes I made, I'll give you a cookie.  I also re-did the subtitles to Suzukisan, replacing the Pokemon names with the English versions.

Reminder: If you have a dual core CPU, and are using Flash in full screen mode, set your web browser to use only one CPU.  Bugs in flash player often cause it to freeze the video, while the audio still plays fine.

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