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by Michael Schurpf on January 19, 2012
Automation of user inputs always requires to click several buttons or menus. I personally prefer to use mouse.py to automate and control my mouse in python. It was posted in a forum entry on stackoverlow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4263608/ctypes-mouse-events. The module as is works great. I did however miss some functionality: Clicking without moving the cursor. I extended…
by Michael Schurpf on January 18, 2012
Tag clouds are all good and nice, but I personally always liked looking at an index of a book. It gives every book a structured clean look and feel. There is also the advantage of finding things you didnt know you were looking for. The first step of every search is finding the right terminology…
by Michael Schurpf on January 17, 2012
I spend several hours trying to find a python script that would return google PageRank with a python script. There seems to be a script out there that was working in 2010 from Corey Goldberg. It is not working for…
by Michael Schurpf on January 11, 2012
I am proud to announce the official launch of schurpf.com – a site dedicated to automation and assistance software! To celebrate the launch I am giving away my two most presious software tools for free – Winpos and Foldy. Winpos…
by Michael Schurpf on January 11, 2012
If you ever have to distribute code that has to access image files, you have probably come across the problem: How do you decode and encode image files such that you can distribute your code without attaching a plethora of files and folders to it. One solution is the img2py module. I always had problems…