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This is a very simple script that will send the ctrl+s command every minute while SAI has focus. It only activates on SAI, so it will not ctrl+s while you are doing other things.
Code is taken from here, all I did was change it to work on SAI instead of Spore, and compile it into an exe.
You need to start the exe when you start SAI. (Or you can set up a scheduled event to run it whenever SAI runs, or replace the link to SAI with a batch file that runs both this and SAI—up to you!) It doesn’t have a taskbar presence, so you won’t see anything, though it’ll be in your task manager if you go digging. The first time it ctrl+ses on a file you’ll have to enter a filename. It’s fine to just put in gibberish—you can delete it later! Then click save, and this tool will continue to save as you draw. It will close about a minute after SAI closes, so if you close SAI and start it up again, you need to run the autosaver again too.
It will only save on one-minute intervals when SAI has focus, so in theory if you were excessively multitasking and just never happened to have focus on SAI when it checked, you could go a couple of minutes without saving, plus if you had SAI running in the background for hours, it wouldn’t save in any of that time, but in general this should stop you from losing hours of work from forgetting to save.
If you want to save a backup of something, e.g. before erasing a huge section and you want to make sure you can go back if you don’t like it, please remember to just save as a different filename.
Concept art by Xavier Cherry
Hello guys, just letting you know that I will be posting more WIPS up on this site, and once I have the hang of things, I’ll make a gallery on there as well. This is where I’ll be posting my portfolio come September when everything is done.
This week on the Progress Bar we talk about games, things we’re working on and the future. We also kidnapped a British kid. We, again, have a surprise guest on this episode, you won’t believe who. I promise, it’s even better than the cat. Also, we completely lost Dan’s audio due…
My girlfriend recurringvs has been kicked out by her land lady after being unable to pay her rent. Her work cut her hours and now we aren’t sure what to do. Seeing as she is on the other side of the world to me there isn’t much I can do, and I’m pretty low on cash myself.
So here’s what I’m…
Although it may feel like it, you’re not powerless. Here’s how to take control of the situation
If this happens to you, you are not alone and you are not helpless.
Temple Grandin’s ability to “think in pictures” allows her to solve problems that others can’t.
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One of the products that’s most difficult for me to find reviews for is shaving cream, well I finally found one! I’m a facebook friend of Dr. Jill, so I trust her reviews. If you’re looking for a good rash-free shaving cream try this out and tell me about it!
Excerpt from article:
Many Americans are still afflicted by the damages created by the financial downturn in 2008. Millions of Americans were put out of work, lost their savings, and had their homes foreclosed. One of the most prominent side effects stemming from the recession is a growth in poor credit ratings. Americans are now trying to get back on their feet, however, being denied jobs because of poor credit ratings is all too common. Elizabeth Warren has just introduced a bill in the Senate which would bar prospective employers from checking and denying employment based on credit scores.
The Equal Employment For All Act would help millions of poor Americans who were disproportionately affected by the financial crisis. According to research, roughly 47 percent of employers check credit history in order to judge the competence and character of job applicants. However, the credit rating of individuals doesn’t necessarily predict the potential productivity of their labor.
It’s such BS that employers can even access this information & use it for hiring decisions in the first place.
Sometimes a person’s credit history is because they made poor decisions. Not a reason to keep them from getting a good job and trying to fix things.
Sometimes a person’s credit history is because of other people’s choices: layoffs as mentioned above. I have a relative who is greatwith money. Her now-ex-husband destroyed her credit and declared bankruptcy. Which basically meant she had to either become responsible for all of his debt or declare bankruptcy herself.
Things happen. They are irrelevant to someone’s employability.