Window Renamer v1.3 (2/22/2015) Released

Update: If you downloaded the program before I wrote this update, don’t worry. I made a small tweak and added an official icon for Window Renamer. Now if you download the file it has the icon. The new version can now change windows names by their process ID. This is useful if you have a […]

ACC v2.0 dropped for cross-platform v3.0

Just after 2.0 had made its way, I decided a month or so ago that I wanted to have Anime Character Creator be cross-platform as to appease all people (and to prevent, “is it for mac” type questions). What I will be doing is porting as much code as possible from v2.0. Then using GTK# […]

Audio Sleeper Release (09/25/2014) – Updated

Update: Version 1.0 released. Link was updated. Removed “Executable Name” because it’s the same as “Process Name” only with the addition of the “exe” part. Added Master Volume option in place of “Executable Name”. Update 2: Version 1.0b released. Link was updated. Raised maximum input value to 99999 and made it so the form is […]

Secrets and ACC code released

Have you noticed that there haven’t been any updates recently? That’s right, cause we’re doing something secret! We figured being silent would be best. Although saying there’s some sort of secret is even better. Now you want to know and we aren’t going to tell you just yet. Just be prepared. It probably won’t even […]

PeerBlock List Unblocker v1.0 (5/24/2014) Released

Edit: A better name for this product is, “PeerBlock Failed List Update Fixer,” but it feels a tad too long. PeerBlock is a neat utility for blocking ads and random people who like to scan over IP ranges, at least from what I’ve seen. A while ago they updated to a new version which introduced […]

Window Renamer v1.2 (5/8/2014) Released

I came up with an even better idea while I was working on ACC about Window Renamer. I extracted the window finder part from AutoIt and made the .NET version of Window Renamer communicate with the Window Finder application. The result was pretty fantastic. Note: It takes a little for the finder to start up. […]

C# memcpy in 3 steps (or, well, 4)

Ever wanted to use memcpy from the C stdio library in C#? Well, look no further, I figured out a dead-simple solution. For some reason apparently no one else has solved it like this. For some reason other people keep using IntPtr, the fools. 1) You need to import the interoperating with unmanaged code services. […]

Open sourcing projects

I’m planning to start open sourcing a project every 2 weeks. That is, the projects on the projects page’s source code will slowly be released freely. I plan to do this until every major project that should be open source is open source. Here’s the release chart plan… SPCalc – June 23rd (in a couple […]

Forgotten Projects

I’ve forgotten some projects throughout the days I’ve been doing stuff. So I’m here to bring awareness of these projects. As well as putting them into the projects portion of the site. Binary (ASCII/Unicode) Converter – http://nrgs.org/bit.html SPCalc, The BigEndian/LittleEndian Float/Int Hex/Dec Converter (with 2 known bugs) – http://nrgs.org/dev/number_converter/SPCalc_02102012.zip That’s all for now. I know […]