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So I had an issue while cleaning up my SSD, in that Windows 10 would not allow me to uninstall VMware Workstation 12 Player... The Modify and Uninstall buttons were completely greyed out...
After some looking around i found the answer which helped me, and may help you if you have the same problem.
Simply search for CMD (Command Prompt) and run as the administrator user.
Once command prompt has open run the following command to open the old style program manager:
Find VMware Player (or similar name) in the list, click it, and then choose Change on the bar above.
When the installer opens up simply click Next followed by Uninstall / Remove.
So after relaunching this site using Umbraco and the default Bootstrap 4 theme (blog) i realised there was no <code> highlighting included in bootstrap.
This seemed pretty nifty and much easier than codiing a ton of css myself.
To implement this you just need to add 3 very small lines into the <head> if the site:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/highlight.js/9.12.0/styles/default.min.css">
Then wrap your code with the following:
If the auto highlighting doesn't work or you would like to use a different style you can manually set it like so:
Or if you would like to disable code highlighting altogether:
This WordPress installer for Virtualmin has been doing the rounds online for years, but it is slowly disappearing, so I figured I would post it here for easy access.
I have made some minimal changes so that is downloads the latest version from WordPress and checks for PHP7 and PHP5
Install it here:
Then, login to Virtualmin -> Installer Scripts and there will be "Wordpress" option
If you need to move a game from one harddrive to another this is extremely easy to do.
- Decide where you want the files to be stored this needs to be done through steam as follows:
Settings -> Downloads -> Steam Library Folders
- click Add Library Folder
- Navigate to your new steam folder and create a folder in steamapps called common
- Head to your current steam folder and find the game you want to move.
You will probably find it in:
Copy the game's folder to the new folder you created in step 3
- Open steam, right click on the game your moving and select
Delete Local Content
- When that is done clock the Install button to re-install the game, in the dropdown choose the steam folder you created in step 3
- Instead of downloading the game steam will detect the existing files and make any minor changes.
When this is done you should be able to play the game as normal.