- Added: Soft links for multiply selected directories
- Added: Hard links for selected files
- Not Added: Shell icon overlay handler doesn’t get called for some reason
Some of you may be annoyed by the way signcode.exe keeps popping up the password prompt when trying to sign file from command line. There’s a workaround, however.
The utility catches password prompt and autoenters the password. After a minute of inactivity it quits. For use in bacth files like this:
start /b AutomateSigncodePassword.exe my-authenticode-password
signcode %1 -spc mycredentials.spc -v myprivatekey.pvk -t http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timestamp.dll
Sometimes an automated update of the binary resource is required, to update version, product name, some custom string etc. We have an utility for this and and it found itsself being very useful.
We are unlikely to document it, I just leave a sample code illustrating how it all works.
Image = new ActiveXObject(“AlaxInfoResourceTools.Image”);
WScript.Echo(“Product Version: ” + Image.VersionInfo.ProductVersionString);
WScript.Echo(“File Version: ” + Image.VersionInfo.FileVersionString);
var ProductName = Image.VersionInfo.GetString(0, “ProductName”);
var OemProductName = Image.VersionInfo.GetString(0, “OemProductName”);
WScript.Echo(“ProductName: ” + ProductName);
WScript.Echo(“OemProductName: ” + OemProductName);
Image.VersionInfo.SetString(0, “OemProductName”, “// ” + ProductName);
Curious ones are invited to open type library to find out the syntax.
Download the COM object (265K) ResourceToolsSetup.msi (Win32, 32-bit)
A shell extension to create soft links to directories on NTFS file system through drag and drop operation.
Drag a directory with the right mouse button and notice new context menu command “Create Soft Link” when dropping the directory.
The table below shows codecs features:
|AMR GSM 06.90||20 ms||8 KHz, 16 bit, Mono||Bitrates: 4750, 5150, 5900, 6700, 7400, 7950, 10200, 12200; a discontinuous transmission mode (DTX) available with 1750 bps non-speech frames|
|G.726||8 ms||8 KHz, 16 bit, Mono (a-law, μ-law native support possible)||Bitrates: 16000, 24000, 32000, 40000|