Power Saving: Macmini8,1 > MacPro4,1->5,1

This why I got a 2018 Mac Mini. Yes, my 2009 Mac Pro was getting to the end of life regarding official support for software upgrades (as it's deemed vintage), but It was also for the power savings. When I got my new little MacMini, I upgrade it to 64GB of RAM, and I set... Continue Reading →

No provider for [object Object]! appmodule find unknown module

This error had me stumped for the longest time, where my angular ionic5 app would compile, however, it just failed to run. After trying organising my provider list to make it easier to compare what was or wasn't loaded from other pages, I must have changed the order, which is what had made all the... Continue Reading →

Using SourceTree with AWS CodeCommit

Managed to import my project from AWS to SourceTree. Here's the screenshots workflow. Hopefully this helps you too. How to import AWS codecommit GIT projects with SourceTree. Create a key https://docs.aws.amazon.com/codecommit/latest/userguide/setting-up-ssh-unixes.html C:\> ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 After trying to add an AWS repository to a Mac using SourceTree for a few hours - I... Continue Reading →

VMWare Fusion vs VirtualBox CPU consumption

I've used both Fusion and VirtualBox extensively in the past, and after swapping over to VMWare Fusion Free Personal edition, I've discovered something quite interesting. My Current settings: VirtualBox: VirtualBox Graphical User InterfaceVersion 6.1.18 r142142 (Qt5.6.3) VMWare Fusion: Player Version 12.1.2 (17964953) Using VirtualBox on my MacMini 2018 (3.2 GHz 6-Core Intel Core i7) with... Continue Reading →

How to export audio between Cue Markers in an Audition 3 multitrack 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 https://github.com/MarioZ/MadMilkman.Ini This is a section that I wrote using the examples to check and see if values exist, before writing a default settings file. Imports MadMilkman.Ini Public Class Form1 Private Sub... Continue Reading →

Converting DOS Date/Time in C# stored as HEX

Here's some crazy programming that will do your head in, for it's storage efficiency. 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... Continue Reading →

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