@BitFlipper: I would say repeatedly complaining about the same thing to the exclusion of almost all other discourse does count as trolling (whether it is conscious or not is another matter).
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@figuerres: Possibly assuming some sort of automated spam detection system -- repost a few entries to build a fake history to try and fool the system into thinking you're a regular before you start spamming,
But we have the ultimate spam detection system -- users!
@Proton2: It does look like it, doesn't it?
For barcode scanner you could try the Microsoft POS libraries for .NET : https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42081&WT.mc_id=rss_alldownloads_all
I haven't actually used them and I don't know how they fit with WinRT, but surely it's got to be worth a try :)
Thanks for the sanity check!
Yes, I can see that it may be confusing. I think I'll just write it for myself and then see if it looks professional enough to put out there.
Just looking for a sanity check here:
Would it be useful to be able to control shell execution on a file (when double-clicked, for example) with more filtering than just the extension?
E.g., if I double-click a .LOG file in directory A then I want it to open in Notepad++, but if I double-click a .LOG file in directory B then I want it to open in a specific log-viewing application.