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Instructables I have in the works Answered

Just wondering if there's any need for these. I'll probably publish em anyways, I've just been procrastinating.

Mass Automatic Deletion of Empty Folders and Sub-Folders - Windows

I'm cleaning up my computer, so I Googled "search for empty folders" to find an application or something to do the dirty work for me. Instead, I found an article with a command prompt how-to. It automatically searches for empty folders, and looks in all subfolders too. Then it deletes them. Simple and easy, no other software needed.
created on May 16, 2007

How to Edit the Look of of Anything in Halo PC! Even n00bs Can Do It! - Bitmap Editing

Have you ever wanted to change the look of something in Halo for Windows? Maybe give ol' Mister Chief a smiley face? Well, you can, and it's as easy as editing images in Photoshop.
Created on Apr 30, 2007

How To Use Mousekeys - Manipulate Your Mouse Cursor with the Number Pad

Mousekeys is a utility built into Windows XP. It lets you control the mouse cursor with the Number pad. It can be useful when you don't have a mouse.
Created on April 19/ 2007



Some other Instructables I have:

Set Your Camera to Automatically Transfer Pictures to Your Computer, Sort By Date and More! (Windows XP)

Play Flash Games Offline! (Copying From Browser Cache) - WINDOWS

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lemonie
lemonie

12 years ago

These all look like 'how to use software', and I'd think the instructions are with it somewhere? The Mass Deletion strikes me as 'here is some neat software I found' I don't know about the second Mousekeys I hadn't heard of, but sounds like 'how to use an obscure feature' Using Windows without a mouse or cursor at all I should be more interested in, as this probably isn't instructed very well / at all. L

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westfw
westfw

Reply 12 years ago

These all look like &aposhow to use software&apos, and I&aposd think the instructions are with it somewhere?
Nah, not anymore. You're supposed to buy multiple third-party books, and you still won't have "how-tos" for "fringe" functions. "Software should be free like air", so you can charge people for telling them how to use it, eh?
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frank26080115
frank26080115

12 years ago

i love mouse-keys, glue a few sticks of wood together and you can make a makeshift joystick on your numpad

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Aeshir
Aeshir

Reply 12 years ago

Lol. You should make an instructable on that.