Memu


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    Memu


    Hi
    What is Memu is it safe for obsolete android desktop apps
    Thank you
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    yes
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    Timmy, I just want to be sure that you were aware that my post was a link that you can click. It takes you to an answer of what memu is.

    I hope that helps!

    I was simply trying to illustrate that by using google, or bing, or your favorite search engine, you should be able to readily find answers to that type of question without having to wait for a response.
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    Here, let me google that for you script


    Timmy - Sorry to interrupt your thread. You won't be interested in this post. Denis

    I just messed up trying to give you rep for that link.

    I've never seen it before and I think it will prove useful.
    Here, Let Me Google That For You - How much is that doggy in the window

    Updated 18:43 - quotation marks, colon & forward slash handling now included
    Here's a script to create them as required.
    - Run the script, an input box opens for the desired 'Here, let me google that for you' search term to be entered.
    Here, let me google that for you.vbs

    Code:
    ' Written by Try3, TenForums.  Suggested by hsehestedt.
    ' https://www.tenforums.com/virtualization/199029-memu-post2474345.html#post2474345
    ' An input box opens for the desired 'Here, let me google that for you' search term to be entered.
    ' - Entering text then clicking the OK button creates the shortcut on the user Desktop.
    ' - Clicking Cancel or clicking OK without entering anything both abort the procedure.
    ' I've included only the above basic error handling and only special character handling for the following:-
    ' - I've handled colons in the shortcut name because they are needed when including a site: limitation within search terms.
    ' - I've handled forward slash (/) in the shortcut name because it is used in a common site: search example that I use, Taskbar Toolbars site:tenforums.com/tutorials.
    ' - I've handled quotation marks within the search term because the need for them is also commonplace.
    ' - I have not handled ampersands.  The googlethatforyou.com site cannot handle ampersands; it attempts to but does not pass them through correctly.
    
    set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
    strDesktop = WshShell.SpecialFolders("Desktop")
    strSearchTerm = InputBox("Enter the desired search term without any special characters such as ampersands" & Chr(13) & "Quotation marks, colons and forward slashes are allowed", "Create a 'Here, let me google that for you' url") 
    ' Remove quotation marks from strShortcutName and replace them with equivalent code in strSearchTerm
    strShortcutName = Replace(strSearchTerm, """", "'")
    strSearchTerm = Replace(strSearchTerm, """", "%22")
    ' Remove colons from strShortcutName
    strShortcutName = Replace(strShortcutName, "site:", "site - ")
    ' Remove forward slash from strShortcutName
    strShortcutName = Replace(strShortcutName, "/", "-")
    If strShortcutName="" Then WScript.Quit
    set oUrlLink = WshShell.CreateShortcut(strDesktop & "\Here, let me google that for you - " & strShortcutName & ".url")
    oUrlLink.TargetPath = "https://googlethatforyou.com/?q=" & strSearchTerm
    oUrlLink.Save

    Example [zipped]:
    Here, let me google that for you - Taskbar Toolbars site - tenforums.com-tutorials.zip
    Demos of this example - OneDrive:
    Shortcut creation - https://1drv.ms/v/s!AmByMtOTDnr1lGBJ...1n0FH?e=27H8Cj
    Shortcut in use - https://1drv.ms/v/s!AmByMtOTDnr1lF8G...psn5Q?e=T11LqD

    I hope this is useful,
    All the best,
    Denis
    Last edited by Try3; 17 Oct 2022 at 12:45.
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    Try3 said:
    Timmy - Sorry to interrupt your thread. You won't be interested in this post. Denis


    I just messed up trying to give you rep for that link.

    I've never seen it before and I think it will prove useful.
    Here, Let Me Google That For You - How much is that doggy in the window

    Updated 05:43 - colon & forward slash handling added
    Here's a script to create them as required.
    - Run the script, an input box opens for the desired 'Here, let me google that for you' search term to be entered.
    Attachment 377361

    Code:
    ' Written by Try3, TenForums.  Suggested by hsehestedt.
    ' https://www.tenforums.com/virtualization/199029-memu-post2474345.html#post2474345
    ' An input box opens for the desired 'Here, let me google that for you' search term to be entered.
    ' Clicking Cancel or clicking OK without entering anything both stop the procedure.
    ' I've chosen to create the shortcut on the user Desktop for simplicity.
    ' I've also omitted any error checking or any special character handling other than colons and forward slashes.
    ' - I've handled colons in the shortcut name because they are needed when adding site: to search terms
    ' - I've also handled / in the shortcut name because it is used in a common site: search example that I use, Taskbar Toolbars site:tenforums.com/tutorials
    
    set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
    strDesktop = WshShell.SpecialFolders("Desktop")
    strSearchTerm = InputBox("Enter the desired search term without any special characters such as quotes, ampersands" & Chr(13) & "Colons are allowed", "Create a 'Here, let me google that for you' url") 
    strShortcutName = strSearchTerm
    ' Remove colons from strShortcutName but not strSearchTerm
    strShortcutName = Replace(strShortcutName, ":", " - ")
    ' Remove forward slash from strShortcutName but not strSearchTerm
    strShortcutName = Replace(strShortcutName, "/", "-")
    If strShortcutName="" Then WScript.Quit
    set oUrlLink = WshShell.CreateShortcut(strDesktop & "\Here, let me google that for you - " & strShortcutName & ".url")
    oUrlLink.TargetPath = "https://googlethatforyou.com/?q=" & strSearchTerm
    oUrlLink.Save

    Example [zipped]:
    Here, let me google that for you - Taskbar Toolbars site - tenforums.com-tutorials.zip


    I hope this is useful,
    All the best,
    Denis
    Oh yeah, I like that! That's very helpful. Thanks for taking the time to create and share that!
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  7. Posts : 13,750
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    hsehestedt,

    I've amended the script in my last post.
    It can now handle quotation marks, colons and forward slashes correctly so it can provide for searching on, for example,
    "Taskbar toolbars" site:tenforums.com/tutorials
    rather than just
    Taskbar toolbars


    Denis
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    thank yous
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    Try3 said:
    hsehestedt,

    I've amended the script in my last post.
    It can now handle quotation marks, colons and forward slashes correctly so it can provide for searching on, for example,
    "Taskbar toolbars" site:tenforums.com/tutorials
    rather than just
    Taskbar toolbars


    Denis
    Fantastic! Thank you.
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