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[Minesweeper] Games Played: 96, Bombs Used: 53, Moves Performed: 11526, New Users: 24
 
 
8 hours later…
8:20 AM
\o @IvenBach
shouldn't you be sleeping?
 
?
 
I thought you were US time?
 
Probably. Researching 3D printers.
I am.
 
Cool
 
0:21am presently.
 
8:22 AM
Not late at all then
 
Been wanting one for years. Finally decided to get myself one.
@QHarr yes I should be. Was reviewing chat for any nuggets of wisdom I missed.
Night pond.
 
Lol... that is what I am doing
Night
@this I read in one link that it is german phonebook collation.
 
 
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11:39 AM
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11:56 AM
oh wow
shouldn't that be a badge in it's own right?
 
 
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2:15 PM
@Vogel612 10000 unchecked notifications? Maybe. But I doubt that's happening
 
 
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4:34 PM
@Duga It’s over 9000!
My duckling is obsessed with DBZ. Couldn’t resist.
 
 
2 hours later…
6:05 PM
:+1: for scraping chat for RD Twitter posts: twitter.com/rubberduckvba/status/1205590853378609152. Teach users how to get the most out of their limited IDE.
 
 
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7:20 PM
> VBA hosts other than Microsoft Excel have macro recorder support that can map macros to hotkeys, generating `VB_Invoke_Func` hidden attributes.

However hosts other than Microsoft Excel don't seem to be using the same syntax and, in fact, it's not even clear what the purpose of the attribute is, given its value doesn't include any indicator of what the hotkey might be - this leaves Rubberduck false-flagging these recorded macros in Word, for example, and the "add missing annotation" quickfix
 
 
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8:35 PM
posted on December 14, 2019 by Rubberduck VBA

I wrote about this unfortunately hard-to-discover feature in 2017, but a lot has happened since then, and there’s 5 times more of you now! The wiki is essentially up-to-date, but I’m not sure of its viewership. So here’s a recap of annotations in the late Rubberduck 2.4.1.x pre-release builds, that 2.5.0.x will launch with. What… Continue reading Rubberduck Annotations &

 
 
2 hours later…
10:08 PM
> Without the : instruction separator token, the @ModuleDescription annotation parses as a regular comment. After : though, anything goes.
I don’t see any : on that comment line.
 
@Vogel612 I don't think they want to badge people for NOT doing things.
 
good point :)
 
@IvenBach says : some comment further to the right
 
10:43 PM
:derp: I’ll wait to review that post later when I’m not grocery shopping.
 

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