Great content, great links, but I have one remark to Arturo: your blog looks awesome. I love the green color and the cool diagrams, but it's kind of "scary", because the page is VERY long, which makes it quite hard to see the beginning of each individual post, and therefore makes it hard to explore. Also, the "subscribe" button isn't easy to find.
I have an addition to the answer on the "How to recover an app that is 'stuck' behind the task bar" question. Once you get your window moving using your arrow-keys, you can reach your mouse and move it around
@reply to comment: Thanks but I didn't use your algorithm. I did it myself (it's not really that complicated ). As for the spacing, it actually does allow you to turn them On/Off (the ToggleSwitch at the bottom)
Thank you guys for the show! very informative and hearing my name on the show was kind of cool too
I asked that question (about the forced shut down) because it happens to me fairly often, and I was afraid it would harm my system in some way. Good to hear that I just need to be careful about my unsaved data.
I have another problem though, for which I don't seem to grasp the cause. This happened more than 4 or 5 times, where I set my computer to "Sleep", but then have it reboot! or just when I start my computer from a "Sleep" or "Hibernate" state, it starts as if it was just "Shut Down".
For the "Screen Rotation" question, I'm not sure if you're looking only for hot keys, because it can be easily done manually by right clicking on the Desktop, choosing "Screen Resolution" and changing the "Orientation"
Hey Charles! it seems like you're going with the saying: "If you want something done well, do it yourself" You've been doing a lot of shows with people from the "Managed" world, and always asking about the "Unmanaged side of things". It's nice to see you having a show of your own and "Going Native" Good luck with the show, and I hope to be able to watch it when I "Go Native" myself