I've just released a new version of Google Spreadsheets Revision History Enhanced. The new features are:
Doing some advertisement for a service I recently released: icalfilter.com.
Today, when you want to subscribe to a calendar, you basically have two options:
- Add the calendar's url to the list of external calendars in your calendar viewer. You will receive updates, but won't be able to delete events you are not interested in.
- Take a copy of the calendar and import it in your calendar viewer. You will be able to delete events you are not interested in, but you won't receive any updates.
icalfilter.com lets you create filters for your imported ical calendar files, which you want to have updates from but hide events you are not interested in. Good example uses are schedules, facebook events, etc.
Google Docs & Spreadsheets is a great service for collaboration. With the quite recent introduction of Revision History in spreadsheets, it became even better. However, there is one thing that really annoys me - when working on a spreadsheet with several sheets and you want to see what your collaborators have changed, you can't see which sheets were edited but have to manually step through each sheet and look for edits. It takes time, a lot of time...
Just after having written Create dot-file, I found this over at serverfault. It turns out you can create dot-files (and folders) by simply adding an extra dot at the end when you rename it. For example ".htaccess." will result in the file .htaccess being created and the "You must type a file name"-dialog is never shown. So my utility isn't needed anymore! I'll leave it around if you want to get it anyway.
Some days ago, I got furious about the inability to create dot-files (.htaccess, .gitignore, etc.) directly in Windows Explorer. So I decided to code a utility that would allow you to do so. Said and done, Create dot-file has been created!
As of version 0.4.3, Spotify includes the ability to add your own mp3 files to the music library. This is really good news - you no longer need Slocify to mix Spotify tracks and local tracks in the same playlist! However, I will keep Slocify on this page in case you want to use it anyway.
Today, I released the third version of Slocify for Winamp. And we are without doubt heading for a more stable and easier to use experience. New in this version:
- The ability to seek while paused.
- Changing volume in Winamp changes the volume in Spotify.
- The output time is now accurate and doesn't get out of sync.
- You can now drag and drop albums as well as tracks from Spotify to Winamp. Playlists and artists are still not supported.
- Various other bug fixes...
You can get it from the Slocify page. I hope you like it!
A new version of Slocify for Winamp is now available. It now supports dragging and dropping multiple Spotify tracks at the same time.
Go get it over at the Slocify page.
Today, I released Slocify for Winamp version 0.1. Get it and read more over at the Slocify page.
Slocify makes playing Spotify tracks from other media players a breeze. It features a simple drag & drop interface where you simply drag tracks from Spotify to your playlist to add them. Slocify does not interfere with Spotify advertisements and works with both Spotify Premium and Spotify Free.