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12:00 AM
REFRESH!
[Minesweeper] 45 Games Played. 19 Bombs Used. 6270 Moves Performed. 6 New Users
 
 
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2:33 AM
fml I could have sworn this worked yesterday
> "detail": "CheckIndenterAsync: health check failed\nSystem.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Rubberduck.VBEditor, Version=2.5.0.37940, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'. The system cannot find the file specified.\r\nFile name: 'Rubberduck.VBEditor, Version=2.5.0.37940, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'\r\n at RubberduckServices.IndenterService.<>c__DisplayClass0_0.<IndentAsync>b__0()\r\n...
 
 
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Q: Develop a more efficient union function in VBA

SoftTimurI would like to make a user-defined function union in VBA, such that: it could take variable parameters each parameter is a one-column range like A1, A2:A10; we don't need to consider passing constant values to parameters we could consider, within one input range, there are no duplicates; but it...

 
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12:33 PM
@HackSlash I can beat that - I use a 43" 4k :-) PowerToys for setting up snap zones.
 
12:45 PM
Lotus 1-2-3 officially died on 11 June 2013 (and was effectively dead for a decade prior). Why does Excel O365 still have a "Lotus compatibility" section in the Advanced options?
I'll take "Rhetorical Questions" for 1000, Alex
 
 
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2:37 PM
@FreeMan Because Microsoft wants to remind you that it was you who switched to Microsoft so that it could kill off Lotus 1-2-3 and enslave you in eternal servitude. So be grateful, dang it!
 
Ah! That does explain it.
There are so many kids these days who, if they actually look through the options, wouldn't have the slightest clue what "Lotus compatibility" actually is.
Also, I only switched because that's what the companies I worked for used. I've long been a fan of WordPerfect and still prefer it except for the fact that Word doesn't import & view it natively, so it's difficult to communicate with the rest of the world.
Yes, exactly like that!
dang, deleted before I could star it :(
 
lol, that was me accidentally bumping the enter key
 
I had to use Lotus Notes up until this year. Someone somewhere in the world must still be using 1-2-3.
 
3:20 PM
 
3:33 PM
@BigBen You have my deepest sympathies. I suffered with it at one employer for about 3 years. It was miserable.
 
It's freaking terrible. Thankfully we upgraded to the 21st century.
 
@BigBen I'm sure there's some clowns out there who are still running their 286s and complaining loudly why their local Radio Shack no longer stocks PS/2 + USB adapters for the newfangled optical mouse (where's the good ol' trackball?!? That was solid as a rock!).
 
3:51 PM
rofl. Specifically at the mention of Radio Shack. I thought that was dead. Guess not.
 
Though it's a sad husk of its former self. It's now basically a mini-Best Buy, really.
 
4:57 PM
@this You may scoff, but I just bought a new PC with an ASUS AM4+ MoBo (supporting the latest AMD Ryzen CPUs) and it's got a green/blue 9-pin DIN round connector for mouse/keyboard. I literally laughed out loud when I saw it at the store. The sales kid had no idea why they put it on there either.
@this Very true, but you'll never find this at Worst Buy:
 
5:22 PM
@FreeMan perhaps but I think several RadioShack locations no longer stock those.
 
Sadly true.
 
at least when I went to one 10 years ago, their in-store selection for those kind of stuff was just one small pegboard, 90-95% of the wall/shelves are just boxed gadgets that you can get from the Bogus Buy.
 
Last I was in a Radio Shack (10+ years ago?) it was, basically, a toy store without any electronic components. Worst Buy won't even list those parts on their web site, though.
 
ha!
 
jinx
 
5:25 PM
Great minds shop alike, evidently!
 
Indeed!
Sadly, Fry's seems to have gone a similar route. We had one locally, first one East of the Mississippi, I believe. Over the last several years, their on-shelf stock dwindled. I asked a guy there once why they had so little on the shelf. He said most people order online then go to the store to pick up, so it's just not worth putting it on the shelf.
Sadly, our local store closed about a year ago. In the end, it wasn't that big a loss - their prices weren't all that great anymore, and with Amazon, I can get most things tomorrow. Not quite as good as heading to the store today, but close enough.
With Amazon, I can get some things today, even. If I'm ordering the right things.
 
yeah but the biggest appeal was able to look and handle whatever before you buy
I honestly don't feel comfortable buying a mouse on line. what if it doesn't fit my hand?!?
 
Absolutely! Nothing beats browsing the shelves, touching, feeling, caressing...
 
creepy
 
lol
 
5:28 PM
getting stared at by other shoppers...
 
kthxbye
 
ROFL
 
TBH I'm surprised at how food delivery has taken off. I still can't bring myself to trust a pizza faced teenager to pick the freshest vegetables and deliver it without bruising to my home or to the curb....
 
 
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6:33 PM
@this I'm not a fan of grocery shopping, but I do like getting the heck out of my house! I've gone grocery shopping with my wife far more often in the last 2 years just because I'm tired of seeing my house.
 
 
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11:45 PM
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 1471 stars vs. [decalage2/oletools] 1829 stars
> The current build's indenter works on the current website (but the website's indenter page is borked), because it's legacy ASP.NET running on Windows. When building a .net 5 API, a reference to Rubberduck.VBEditor.dll is missing, presumably because of the `IVBE` parameter in the `Indent` overload being wrapped (the service passes a `null` reference for it).

Before building & deploying a Windows-specific legacy API for indenter purposes, we should try making RubberduckServices reference a Ru
 

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