I like to use FireFox Developer Edition, and today I discovered that root certificates and such added to Windows (to trust self-signed certificates used with dev-servers, etc.) apparently are ignored by FireFox. At least by default:

It’s actually really simple, but for some reason I just keep having to look up some of these… so… finally… note to self…

Calculations

=X+Y =X+N =Y-X Etc.

12:45 - 9:55 = 2:50

Time to decimal

=X*24

2:50 * 24 = 2.83

Decimal to time

=X/24

2,83 / 24 = 2:50

Days, hours, minutes

d h:mm

11 19:20

Total hours and minutes

[h]:mm

283:20

Total minutes

[m]

17000

Regarding the formatting, without the brackets, it formats as regular time (total hours % 24). So, for example, 2 hours and 50 minutes multiplied by 100; with a regular time format (h:mm) it displays as 19:20; using brackets ([h]:mm) you get the correct 283:20, which is 11 days 19 hours and 20 minutes (hence the 19:20 from h:mm).

Logged into a windows share via explorer and hit the Remember Password option. Even though the login was accepted (and saved) it turned out I had used the wrong ad domain name…

Couldn’t find where to reset/change/”logout” again, but eventually found there’s a built-in command-line tool one can use for managing these saved passwords. Think I’ve seen a control panel type thing to do this too in the past, but just couldn’t find it today… Anyways, command-line is nice, so, using imaginary share \\foobar.int, here’s some stuff one can do: