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Archive for December 1st, 2015

Interesting use of an IDE plugin: Copy a string from a “Watch” entry to the…

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/01

On the todo list:

Interesting use of an IDE plugin: Copy a string from a “Watch” entry to the clipboard without quotes. – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+

Source: delphi – Can I change the display format for strings in the watch list? – Stack Overflow:

Every now and then I use the watch window to display strings which contain sql statements.Now I select Copy Value from the context menu and get

'SELECT NAME FROM SAMPLE_TABLE WHERE FIRST_NAME = ''George'''#$D#$A

but want

SELECT NAME FROM SAMPLE_TABLE WHERE FIRST_NAME = 'George'

The answer by MartynA has an OTA plugin that could be integrated with something like GExperts.

–jeroen

via: Interesting use of an IDE plugin: Copy a string from a “Watch” entry to the clipboard…

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osx – How to find wifi password on my mac which is already connected – Ask Different

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/12/01

To view a WiFi password on OS X for an SSID you have been connected to before (you don’t need to be connected to it now):

  1. Open “Keychain Access” (for instance by first finding it in Spotlight)
  2. Sort on “Kind”, as the WiFi passwords are of kind “AirPort network password”
  3. In the find box, type your WiFi SSID. Note that – unlike Spotlight – it is:
    1. case sensitive
    2. need to match from the start
  4. Double click the matching entry for keychain “iCloud” (preferred) or “System” (needs additional step)
  5. Put a checkmark in front of “Show password”
  6. Depending on the keychain type:
    1. If it was an “iCloud” keychain
      1. then enter your keychain password
    2. If it was a “System” keychain
      1. Enter your system password
      2. Enter a username and password for the “System” keychain
  7. The password is shown

–jeroen

via: osx – How to find wifi password on my mac which is already connected – Ask Different.

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