In order to run that as a powershell script you may need to run (at least) “Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned” in a privileged powershell. The script is configured to use a secure connection to your SMTP server (SSL/TLS) on port 587.
After updating to the latest Windows 10 version my XBOX 360 wireless receiver was not recognized anymore and shown as “unknown device” in the device manager.
To fix this you´ll need to modify the “xusb21.inf” file that comes with the driver package as explained in this video:
You might have some trouble with enabling the testsigning for the now modified driver, especially if you are runnig Windows 10 Home. To fix this reboot your PC with this command "shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00".
Your pc will then boot into the advanced Windows options and there you can deactivate the driver signing for the next restart. Then you can install the unsigned driver, reboot the machine and enjoy your wireless controller working again.
Download Irfanview and extract it to a folder of your choice (e.g. Desktop/Downloads/Irfanview) – https://www.irfanview.com/64bit.htm – Be sure to download the ZIP version and NOT the installer.
Optional – download Irfanview plugins and extract it into the plugins subfolder of the folder where you’ve extracted Irfanview (e.g. Desktop/Downloads/Irfanview/plugins) – https://www.irfanview.com/64bit.htm – Again be sure to download the ZIP version.
Start Irfanview by double-clicking the irfanview.exe file in the Irfanview folder. Wine will then do its initial setup and needs to download Mono add-ons (required for .NET applications like Irfanview).
After that Irfanview launches and you’re good to go.
Lately I had a bit of an design issue with a web front end based on classical php/html/css. I wanted to display images in different sizes on different pages. But I wasn´t able to touch the php / html source so my only chance was to work on the css. But – I also wasn´t able to touch the css (pseudo) classes or introduce new ones.
After quite some time of research I discovered, that CSS offers a great way to nest statements so here is what I´ve done.
The original CSS class looked like this:
And here is how I nested my image size statement in it: