There is, unfortunately, no shortcut key available to toggle between showing and hiding files or folder in the File Explorer. Hence this AutoHotKey script. You can toggle the view in File Explorer to show or hide with the just a Win+h shortcut key.
This script is not that fancy, it just toggles between two different values of the specific registry key and will send F5 keystroke to refresh the view in File Explorer.
The assigned shortcut key is Ctrl+Shift+V, which you can change per your preference. Copy any rich text from a web site, open word document or new email in Outlook and press Ctrl+Shift+V. AutoHotKey snippet will remove all style formattings and will paste just the clean text.
It’s in our muscle memory. Press Ctrl+F in your favorite text editor to find something, provide find criteria, and hit the Find button. As always, we usually stick with the simple Find functionality of the text editor as it serves almost all of our basic search needs. But beneath Find dialog box, there is a powerful Find option, Use Regular Expressions which most seldom use.
Able to recall a correct regular expression when we need it most is rare. Which often leads to the hassle of googling regular expression and trying few failed attempts, and going back to simple Find. This is where following regular expressions cheatsheet comes handy for me.
Have foo anywhere and bar later in the same line
Have foo at the beginning of the line
Have foo at the beginning of the line and bar later in the same line
EXECsp_msforeachdb'USE ?; IF EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM [?].sys.objects WHERE name=''<<SP NAME>>'') PRINT DB_NAME() '-- Example:
EXECsp_msforeachdb'USE ?; IF EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM [?].sys.objects WHERE name=''usp_CommentTree'') PRINT DB_NAME() '