I was going to do it, but the edit-lock is in posesion of Chris Maunder. That means, your problem will be solved very soon
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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Hello, I've developed a hotkey management application for Windows. Its main feature is the ability to assign hotkeys to multiple keyboards connected to the computer.
Its original purpose was to improve ergonomics while working with graphics tablet, but I found it to be pretty useful even while working only on keyboard allowing me to have an extra keyboard dedicated for hotkeys next to it (for example to paste code blocks). Therefore I would like to offer the application to the users here (it is open source, free, without any ads).
What would be an ideal way of doing this? Should I write a Tip & Trick article for the application? Or is there more appropriate place where should I put its description? Or should I send it to somebody else to review it? (I would like it to have a discussion available, because I would appreciate any feedback).
I don't believe they can even view the article, but they downloaded the code.
I am posting this here so someone can help permanently remove the code and I am going to go and now attempt to delete the article again.
From time to time I see a batch of articles and tips, etc. come up for review that are old versions of published articles. I have left these alone (neither approved nor reported), but I'm curious what triggers these to come up, and what steps we as reviewers should take.
imho, there's not enough technical meat in this series of rambles, and anecdotes, including vital information like the author forgot the name of a book that gave him the key idea (but, no problem, we can look it up, he says):
Part 1: "He recommended I read an ebook about it, which I did do, and then forgot the name of, but google is your friend."
... with no links, no code ...to ... make one CodeProject article, let alone three.
These are not Happy Meals for the discerning intellect.
«A man will be imprisoned in a room with a door that's unlocked and opens inwards ... as long as it does not occur to him to pull rather than push» Wittgenstein
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