Many bank sites require you to enter a few characters from some "memorable information." To be really secure you would set your information to something like 6$>4ZAxqx8V&QQ$^vL%t and use a different value for each online bank login you have. But how do you remember all those characters? Well this extension will help. Store the information somewhere safe on your computer, perhaps in an application such as Safe In Cloud. Copy the information to the clipboard (paste buffer). Use the extension and the correct characters are automatically pasted into the field(s) required.
Find Partial Password on the Chrome Store here.
You want to paste a British / Irish Bank Sort Code into a web page. The sort code you have copied to the clipboard is in six digit (123456) or eight character (12-34-56) format, and the page you want to paste it into has a different format, perhaps three two digit fields. No problem, this extension will detect what is required and automatically paste into the correct format.
Find Sort Code Paster on the Chrome Store here.
Dilution Calculator is an application to calculate the step dilutions needed to reach a desired concentration. The image on the left shows a very complex calculation. Of course most results would be much simpler. Dilution Calculator works for solids, liquids, a solution ratio, or a cell concentration. Whilst it calculates perfectly, I would like to alter the layout before I release it from Beta. However if you would like to use it now, please . For calculations based on Mols there is a memory function: This allows you to, say, select Adenine or C5H5N5 from a drop down instead of having to remember and enter 135.13.
The equalizer from Smart Android Apps is very good, but to turn it on and off without opening the full application there is only a 1x4 widget or two 1x1 widgets (one turns on, one turns off). This app allows the equalizer to be toggled on and off with a single 1x1 app on your launcher screen. The app detects the status of the equalizer, so it does not matter if you turn it on and off in other ways, you only need to touch this app once to toggle the on/off status of the equalizer.
I have nothing to do with Smart Android Apps.
I have tried a number of Android PC controllers to use as a touch pad to control Idea/AS, and have settled on Win Controller for the following reasons:
On the down side the manual has been poorly translated to English from Japanese, however the translation is good enough for it to be understandable. At some stage in the future when I have some time, I might clean it up for the developer.
My skin uses my Limit Window program to ensure keystrokes are only sent to Idea/AS, and not any other program that is running in the active window. Because of this you must install Limit Window to use my skin.
My skin uses the standard Idea shortcut keys, and uses unused shortcuts where ones don’t exist and for the external tools I have added to Idea. Of course you can change the shortcut keys and add and remove as many options as you want. Other buttons use Web Search, Live Template Reminder and Start Or Activate, so these should be implemented or the buttons removed.
I have a number of useful tools which at some stage I will add to the Android page. I may also create some to add to the None Idea page. If you would like to be notified when changes are made to my Win Controller skin, and I will keep you informed.
The problem with an Android App like Win Controller to manage programs on a PC, is that it is all to easy to touch the Android device accidentally and send keystrokes to the wrong program. This program, completely customisable via a small .ini file, prevents that from happening.
You know there are all those useful Live Templates, but you can never remember half of them. This program displays a small HTML window near the bottom of the screen, based upon the type of file being edited in Idea/AS. Exactly what you need to know immediately to hand.
Select some text in Idea/AS and this tool will search the web, in a given context. These are the searches I have in my Win Controller skin:
For use with Win Controller, this program will make a specific window (such as IntelliJ Idea) the active window, or start the program if it is not already running.
If other IntelliJ IDE’s use the same shortcut keys, then my skin could be simply adapted by removing buttons that are not relevant, and perhaps adding new buttons that are useful. The same is true of completely different IDEs, though in this case the shortcut keys generated by my skin would also need changing.