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It seems that this tool has been mentioned in other places (User to User help) but I thought it would be worth posting here. See for yourself what it does: http://www.grc.com/wizmo/wizmo.htm

 

Wizmo is primarily based on running it with commands (wizmo.exe reboot) which is quite helpful for making shortcuts. And as a bonus, any people with a G15 keyboard (or similar) can assign keys to any operation, I personally have a key for turning off the monitors.

 

It can do mundane tasks such as locking, shutting down, standby, etc. But quite interesting options are available too, for example: "sun={0-??} — create a screen centered gravity well"

 

A complete list is displayed if Wizmo is run without any appended commands, check it out!

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It seems that this tool has been mentioned in other places (User to User help) but I thought it would be worth posting here. See for yourself what it does: http://www.grc.com/wizmo/wizmo.htm

 

Wizmo is primarily based on running it with commands (wizmo.exe reboot) which is quite helpful for making shortcuts. And as a bonus, any people with a G15 keyboard (or similar) can assign keys to any operation, I personally have a key for turning off the monitors.

 

It can do mundane tasks such as locking, shutting down, standby, etc. But quite interesting options are available too, for example: "sun={0-??} — create a screen centered gravity well"

 

A complete list is displayed if Wizmo is run without any appended commands, check it out!

 

 

Great macro tool. What about one I've been wanting for years: the ability to not only Copy & Paste, but to do multiple C&P's while collecting them for insertion into an article or email, so that each is then appended as a numerical order, one could Paste all at once and manage as they need. Even better would be to rigt-click and grab each as needed.

 

So the basic idea would be a Multiple C&P, rather than the single C&P which upon the 2nd C&P erases the 1st.

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