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27th January 2015, 04:24 AM   |  #11  
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Actually, I found a window version of signed tool using similar script but in batch file. It is simpler to execute because of batch file, no command and a double click to sign it,hahaha .....

You and sbdags have that in common, You and your windows using ways....

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27th January 2015, 04:38 AM   |  #12  
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You and sbdags have that in common, You and your windows using ways....

HAHAHA !!!

Hahaha, it is not that but whatever gives me the fastest result is my favorite tool..... A double clicks on the mouse or a string of commands? The winner is a double clicks.....
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Hahaha, it is not that but whatever gives me the fastest result is my favorite tool..... A double clicks on the mouse or a string of commands? The winner is a double clicks.....

I can do things so much faster in terminal, then you can with a mouse...

Let gets some input from @_that on the subject....

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I want to see a head-to-head race on this: command line versus mouse clicks!!
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I want to see a head-to-head race on this: command line versus mouse clicks!!
LMAO

I will put it all on the line ......

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27th January 2015, 04:54 AM   |  #16  
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I want to see a head-to-head race on this: command line versus mouse clicks!!
LMAO

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I have enough laugh tonight and thanks both of you.... I have a very early meeting tomorrow morning so I have go early tonight and talk more with both of you tomorrow, Good night gentlemen......
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I can do things so much faster in terminal, then you can with a mouse...

Let gets some input from @_that on the subject....

The mouse may be convenient for very simple and non-repetitive actions. But as soon as you want to chain two or more actions together, or if you want to apply the same operation to multiple files, or if your action needs options, you lose - you can't script mouse clicks.

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