Problem: I want to replace the use of one website with another, by changing the URL.
Solution: Using Greasemonkey, rewrite the location of the browser.
They're introducing community guidelines..
- 2017-01-06 - Well shit, no wonder things started slipping.. they hired Coraline Ada Ehmke in early 2016.
GitHub will go down in flames, don't use it!
GitHub is/was a website for hosting git repositories.
I host a number of projects on GitHub, including:
Changes several of the popup dialogs to not close when hitting the Escape key.
- Create an unlimited number and unlimited length of macros, floating macros and Lua scripts.
- Create button macros: 36 global and 18 character-specific for each character.
Share macros in-game.
See also _DevPad for script functionality.
- Macro Shortening
- Key Binding and key bind only macros
- Extended Macros
- Condition Builder
- Extended, Searchable Icon Frame
- Syntax Highlighting
- Syntax Checking
- Insert Special commands
- Easy Slot Selection
- Backup / Restore
- Macro sharing
- Add Custom Slash Sommands
- Slash Commands for Common Lua Script Functions
Copy macros between characters
Not used because it Breaks Super Duper Macro. I remember giving it a reasonable try and just not liking it in comparison to Super Duper Macro.
Seems to work for Legion
A simple error manager. When an error is caught it will blink a small minimap icon to inform you. Clicking the icon opens a panel listing all errors. Clicking an error shows a full stack trace, handy to copy/paste into a bug report.
You can also access the panel via an LDB launcher or by typing
An in-game text editor and addon authoring tool (Lua).
Keep notes with it, write Lua scripts, or prototype addon concepts in its trimmed down development environment. Organize your scripts into folders and share them with other _DevPad users. Scripts can run automatically on login like mini addons, and can call each other like libraries or dependencies.
An absolutely spectacular AddOn that I'm not sure I can live without.
It was Aug 2009 when I wrote I've put in my 10,000 hours. Rather than updating that post, I'll save it for history and completely rewrite it.
A long time ago, Malcolm Gladwell was on The Hour, and he talked about his "10,000-Hour Rule" from his book Outliers. When I saw that interview, I realized I've put in my 10,000 hours on a couple of topics now.
However, when I now think back on it, I see a big difference between the "expertise" 10,000 hours of intuitive interest, versus 10,000 hours of practice with a learned skill.