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I recently spotted Standalone XQuery Implementation in .NET on Codeplex and decided to integrate it with DAXml explorer. I'm going to start with a previous post and add a few things. A ToolBar to switch to XQuery search and run the XQuery <ToolBarTray Background="White" Grid.Row="0">     <... [More]
I wanted to get the raw XMP RDF data from some JPEG files. I looked at Microsoft Windows Imaging Component and although it will get individual metadata properties I couldn't find a way to get the whole XMP RDF packet. I saw some posts about extracting it using a substring aproach by getting all the ... [More]
If you are using a GUI it is nice to have a form icon. I didn't want to have an ico or bmp file in the same folder as the ps1 file because it might get lost. So this bit of code can be put into your ps1 source file to give you a form icon $iconstring = (@"iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACAAAAAgBAMAAACB VGf... [More]
Displaying the output of Get-DirAsXml in an explorer with Powershell.  Although Powershell is a command line interface it can use forms to display output and get input. For an explorer the first thing we need is a treeview so we can use the System.Windows.Forms.TreeView control. Add it to a Sys... [More]
Here is a  translet that will transform Timed Text (TT) Authoring Format 1.0  to Microsoft Synchronized Accessible Media Interchange (SAMI). This one allows you to specify a TimeShift value in milliseconds to the transform. It also does better subtitle colouring. function T-TtafToSm... [More]