Create shortcuts from one keyboard combination to another. KEYMACRO will create the keyboard shortcut for the selected action automatically. If you need more info, go to for more information. KEYMACRO is a classic utility from LoTUSoft, a subsidiary of LoTUSoft
Keyboard-based tools have been around for as long as there have been keyboards. In fact, the first thing we all learned to type was on the keyboard. We were taught to type as a means of communication, not for productivity. Then we learned word processors and dedicated word processors for every task. Now, with the emergence of the GUI, we have been able to move away from our typewriters and keyboards as the main method of interaction. For most, a mouse is the only tool that must remain within arms reach, whether it be used to point and click or type a quick command.
If you are a keyboard enthusiast like me, then KeyMACRO is a tool that you just have to have installed. You will certainly find it useful and learn from it.
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SendSubs Translator Description:
Transfer subtitles from one file to another. SendSubs Translator is a reliable tool, with features that have been used for years. It’s easy to use and it can be used by anyone. A word of warning though – you may need to know your way around the file structure if you have a lot of subtitles to deal with.

How it works
To begin using the program, you’ll need to select a subtitle file, a new one (if there is one) and a new file name for the converted subtitles.
You can do so either by choosing ‘Find and Replace’ and choosing a source file or by choosing ‘Destination Folder’ and specifying the path to a new directory.
You can make adjustments to the text and the font if you choose to do so; all you need to do is select the desired text and choose ‘Font Size’ and ‘Font Color’.
After the operation is complete, you can find the converted subtitles file in the ‘Destination Folder’ or in the subdirectory specified.
There’s not a lot more to it than that. You can see how the interface works in the screenshot 84e02134c1

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The Project Server 2012 Evaluation includes the following three licenses.

Project Server Evaluation

Project Professional edition – license key
Project Standard edition – license key
Project Enterprise edition – license key
Project Server (SharePoint) edition – license key
Project Online Services Edition – license key

Project Professional and Project Standard editions are available as of May 1, 2012 (version
Project Enterprise and Project Online Services editions are available as of June 30, 2013 (version


With the August 18th release of Project Server 2013 (2.2) will be out a full version license key for Windows Server licensing.
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Python: Saving a variable in every function for later use

I was wondering how I can save variables inside every function I create in python. I don’t want to use global variables, but I want it to be a function. Basically I want to assign a value in the main code and then use that value in each function I create later on.
The code below shows what I am talking about.
>>>a = 0
>>>def func():


You could use a local variable of the function’s scope to do that.
>>>a = 0
>>>def func():
global a
a += 1

There is no need to assign a to a local variable at the beginning of the function as a global variable already exists. The reason you get 0 printed when you first run the function is that a is reset to 0 when the function is defined and you print out a before you have updated a.