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  1. Hello, I am new bee to jMeter and learnt online jMeter. When i started to record scripts it was very easy (HTTP) , but problem starts when i recorded HTTPS ( for ex GitHub login page or any other HTTPS login pages). The response was not human readable. Please help me with this. can nay one provide how to do it ( i mean how to decrypt it in response) Thanks for looking. ______________________________________________________nha khoaimplant Have a nice day. implant , nha khoa Nhân Tâm, mini implant, Implant nâng đỡ cầu răng
  2. Currently I'm doing so. I'm using express, jade, styler and socket.io, but I guess I'm far away from releasing it yet since I'm still into digging deeper into how all these modules that I've listed work. Anyone interests PM me nha khoa
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    Is it possible to add custom Explorer buttons?

    I'm looking into creating/modifying the buttons that show up in the explorer command bar (the one with "Organize" etc...). The buttons are stored for all kinds of folder types in this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderTypes I can add new buttons by adding some subkeys and values (see http://www.winmatrix.com/forums/index.php?...er-command-bar/ for details), but there's also a way to define an action, like most of the default buttons do. Those actions are stored in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\CommandStore\shell, and they are added as buttons by adding their names in a ;-separated list in the default value of the Tasks(No)ItemsSelected keys. However, it seems that if there are such values, this way of defining the buttons overrides the buttons defined with the other method, and they don't show up. I haven't figured out a way yet to define custom actions in the CommandStore key, if it's impossible to do this, it won't be possible to have the default buttons+custom buttons in each view, which would mean I would probably have to drop the default buttons For anyone who's wondering, I'm adding buttons that make the command bar act like a favorites bar in browsers, clicking such a button makes the explorer go to a specific location, much more useful than the predefined buttons I think Check here for details on what I'm doing: http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/viewtopic....p=306067#306067
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