News: New release of Spyder IDE .

As you well know, this IDE comes with many features, see wikipedia page:
Spyder (formerly Pydee[3]) is an open source cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for scientific programming in the Python language. Spyder integrates NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib and IPython, as well as other open source software.[4][5] It is released under the MIT license.[6]
Six days ago, a release of this IDE with version 3.2.7 was announced.
More details on github page.

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Windows 10 – list all updates from your computer .

This can be useful to check the integrity of upgrade process for your Windows OS ( all versions with wmic tool ) .

Same issue with PowerShell tool, see:

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Windows 10 – using DISM – part 002 .

Another example, the DISM command can enumerates a list of installed device drivers from your Windows  operating system.

To get more information about the driver named oem0.inf , use this:

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Google Apps Script – addon example – part 006.

Today I will show you how to make a SideBar addon with Google Apps Script.
This tutorial is very simple.
Open one sheet into your google drive account.
Go to ToolsScript editor … and that will open a new tab into your browser with the script editor.
Save your sheet and your project from script editor.
You need to add this source code into your file:

The next step is to add a html file named : openSideBar.html.
Go to FileNewHtml file and add new html file with this source code:

You now run the Google Apps script.
The Google want to have your permission to run this into Google applications area :
Display and run third-party web content in prompts and sidebars inside Google applications
This allow you to run the addon and result will be a sidebar html file, see:

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Opera browser – the last websites visited option .

The Opera browser come with a good feature named Continue where I left off .
Go to SettingsOn startup and you will see this options:

  • Open the start page
  • Continue where I left off
  • Open a specific page or set of pages

Select the Continue where I left off option.
From now on, the last website visited is loaded first – including any settings associated with that site .
This is a similar function to Internet Explorer’s reopen the last browser session .

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