Postbox Custom Topic Color

Postbox is an e-mail client that contains all sorts of methods to organize and view your e-mails. One of the features is assigning messages a Topic, or what most people would call labels or tags. A single message can be assigned to a Topic or multiple topics. You then can view all messages for a specific topic. But the unique feature about Topics is that you can assign a color to the Topic which makes it easy to view messages assigned to a specific topic in the message list. Sadly there is a limited amount of colors you can pick... or is there. Continue reading below to learn how to set custom colors to Labels in Postbox.

Clear Linux and MySQL History on Logout

If you run a server, you probably end up having to run commands that require passwords. Some programs handle passwords a lot better than others, such as MySQL. If you don't specify a password in MySQL but include the -p argument, your password won't be visible. But if you create a new user or change your password that's a different story. There are also some programs that may require sensitive information directly from the command line or commands that you want to run once the user exits of the shell.

Windows API Single Key Hotkeys

I have a love hate relationship with the Windows Documentation and with how MSDN is designed. I could spend hours trying to find the information I need and even then there will be information missing. To give you an idea of what I mean, I wanted to make a shortcut key that only requires a single key instead of having it use Shift, Ctrl, Windows Key or other modifiers.

Chrome Extension - Check If Developer

Creating Chrome Extensions is very enjoyable, up until the point you realize that you kept all of the debugging code enabled for your users to see. Often times, you will write this data to the console, so having it always enabled isn't such a big deal, but why fill up the console with a ton of gibberish to the average user?

Start PHP Server using Context Menu - Windows

There is a reason why computers now have full Graphic User Interfaces (GUI's) and no longer only have shells and terminals. But for some software, you still need to open up a terminal or command prompt to start the software. Or do you?