Mouse and Keyboard aren’t working in Fusion 12 on Big Sur – fixed I migrated a Windows VM from VirtualBox to VMWare with the free personal licence option for testing, and I found that once the VM booted to the log in screen, I couldn't get past it. The keyboard and the mouse just didn't work. The thing that made it work, was to disable the network... Continue Reading →

Exporting audio from Cue Markers in an Audition 3 multi-track session

This has taken me a little while to figure out, but it's something that I'm surprised Adobe didn't do with Audition 3. The problem arises when you make a multi-track session in Audition 3, and you have put all of your markers on the session, where your exports should be. The question remains for some... Continue Reading →

Reading and Writing Settings.ini files in Vb.NET

Probably the easiest way to read and write settings.ini files in VB.NET is with a little bit of code from NuGET from MarioZ called This is a section that I wrote using the examples to check and see if values exist, before writing a default settings file. Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As... Continue Reading →

Converting DOS Date/Time in C# stored as HEX

public void Main { DateTime now = DateTime.Now; int yearnowfix = (now.Year + 20); string[] theArray = { yearnowfix.ToString().Substring(2), now.Month.ToString(), now.Day.ToString(), now.Hour.ToString(), now.Minute.ToString(), now.Second.ToString() }; Console.WriteLine(PlayDateConversion_ToHex(theArray)); } public string PlayDateConversion_ToHex(String[] HumanDate) { String DateHEX = ""; // Convert the array to Binary, to then convert to Hex. Console.WriteLine("This is the Binary:"); Console.WriteLine(ToBinary(Convert.ToInt32(HumanDate[0]), 7)); // Year... Continue Reading →

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