2008-11-06

Saving code snippets

I usually save snippets to my Desktop, or to "My Documents" folder, to try, then to a created folder called "C:\_CMD". This one is for long term use. I've added "C:\_CMD" to the path variable so it can be searched.

The saved file icon should display as fancy-scroll "S". If not -- the editor may be "helping" by automatically adding(& hiding) the ".txt" extention. To get around save in double-quotes: "Chrome_Incognito.js" -- and the name with this extention should "stick". If double-clicking the file opens it in the editor -- script "open" is interpreting as "open with editor" -- to get around: ctrl+shift+click to obtain a context menu that will have an "Open with..." option. Choose this - then choose: "Microsoft (R) Windows Based Script" (and check "always use..." -- if you prefer it).

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