Coding projects (by me)

Preview HTML

"Preview HTML" is a plug-in for Notepad++ which allows previewing a HTML page inside Notepad++ while editing it.

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Power Info

A GUI tool displaying Windows' power info, such as battery status etc.

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Fossil skins

My collection of Fossil skins (and ticket page) configurations.

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Miscellaneous Command-line Tools

This project hosts a few command-line tools I've written: FinalPathName, IsWorkstationLocked, and ConvertCharset.

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Tempus Fugit

Tempus Fugit is a small Windows program that shows visually how many hours you still have to work.

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Common code files

Shared code library. Lots of drop-in modules, units, functions and procedures.

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speedtest-graph

A small program to create an SVG chart of my internet connection speed.

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Toggl Tools

One or more convenience tools around the Toggl API.

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HTMLTag

HTMLTag plug-in for the Notepad++ editor.

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ZAAP

ZTreeWin Assistant Applications

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Fossil SCM provider for VSCode

Fossil SCM integrated Source Control for Visual Studio Code.

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Tekening

Simple drawing software. Initially written for my 3-year-old kids.

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Mail Janitor

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Stylemys

A graphical user interface for the Fossil SCM software, like the Tortoise* programs.

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Folder Watcher

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Olam

My (many) attempts at coming up with complete, thorough and usable time-tracking software.

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RAD Studio VCS Info

A plugin for Embarcadero RAD studio to show summary information on the current project's repository state.

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IIS Log Parser

Reads one or more IIS log files, and compiles that data into an SQLite database.

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FreePascal-tools

A collection of scripts for use with `instantfpc` (FreePascal's scripting engine).

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Wallpaper Cycler

Multi-monitor wallpaper generator

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Pascal Playground

A small Windows program that uses the Delphi compiler to run a bit of Delphi code, and shows the result. Nice for playing around to see how code performs.

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Simple Date Screen Saver

A simple screen saver, showing the current date and time.

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Heks

A simple Hex viewer.

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WMS Client

Test project to explore using WMS services.

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HTML Editor

HTML Editor (using the CKEditor WYSIWYG editor).

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Line Filter

Line Filter is a plug-in for Notepad++, which allows filtering a text file according to various parameters.

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About this site

This page lists a few pieces of software I've written, or am writing. Most of them were written to scratch an itch I had. I’m releasing them here as open source in the hopes of it being useful to someone.

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Nothing shows up, no preview icon nor preivew in /plugins
Fistful, Thank you for taking the time to develop this plugin. When I search for this plugin in the plugin manager, it shows up but when you install it after taking the permission needed, Notepad restarts and appear again like I never did install anything, I did it twice without results. Please try testing your plugin with the latest version of Notepad++ 7.6.6 build time 3Apr2019 Kind Regards, Sello A.
Re: Would like a 64 bit version of this plug in
It appears to work correctly for most people. Closing as fixed.
Re: chrome / Edge level html5 as default rendering level
Also don't forget to set the "IE version" in the plugin's menu to the latest installed (probably IE11). Do make sure you're using the latest version, which can be downloaded from this site's ‘Plugin’ page.
Re: PreviewHTML
Ah, you may be right, pryrt; I seem to have missed the ‘64bit’ thingy. In that case this is a duplicate of [240f1abc07]. But there's now a 64-bit version of the plugin available, so do check out if that one works.
Re: Would like a 64 bit version of this plug in
Well, I finally got round to fixing this (in commit [01f90f575c]). There's a 64-bits version of the plugin available, check out the [home] page. I've also adjusted the layout of the zip files, so in Notepad++ versions after 7.6, it should suffice to unzip the file in the plugins dir. In older versions of Notepad++, the DLL will have to be moved to the plugins dir itself. Let me know if you’re having problems with it. (Although to be honest, I can’t guarantee a much faster response than last time...)