When using git.exe you can configure the color settings using git config. There are a bunch of color settings which you can control, which are all listed on the manpage for git config. In my case I want to update the color for modified files and untracked files, those can be configured with color.status.changed and color.status.untracked respectively. The color options that you have to pick from include:
In my case I wanted the text for those settings to be the same color as the master text in the image above. In order to set the color you can use the syntax:
git config <color-to-update> “foreground-color background-color attribute”
The attribute value can be any of these values; bold, dim, ul, blink and reverse.
In my case I executed the following command:
git config –global color.status.changed "cyan normal bold"
git config –global color.status.untracked "cyan normal bold"
download server jar
double-click jar to start server
verify server is running via url
http://localhost:4444/selenium-server/driver?cmd=getLogMessages (found here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6517501/selenium-2-how-to-check-that-server-is-running-and-stop-the-server)
download client-ide firefox extension
open file in firefox, asks to install, answer yes
in firefox/web developer/selenium ide, enter web page to test
in firefox, enter same web page to test, right-click, go to bottom for “show all available commands”
review starting script http://www.guru99.com/first-selenium-test-script.html
- Grab a 4GB USB stick
- Format the USB stick with NTFS using the “quick format”. (You can do this via Windows Explorer)
- Open a CMD prompt (run it as administrator)
- Run DISKPART
- Select the volume for the USB stick. First enter LIST VOL to show the list.
- Then enter SELECT VOL x where x is the volume number from the list
- Mark the volume as active by entering ACTIVE
- Enter EXIT to quit the DISKPART command line (but do not close the CMD prompt window)
- In the CMD prompt window, go to the location where you extracted the Windows 7 files on your computer
- Go into the BOOT folder
- Type BOOTSECT /NT60 <drive letter>: where the drive letter is the USB drive.
- Example BOOTSECT /NT60 G:
If you can’t find Event Viewer, press the Windows key to go to the Start page and then invoke the Settings charm. Select Tiles, and turn on Show Administrative Tools. You’ll then see a tile for Event Viewer on your Start page.
There is no button or command to close the app. To close the app, slide from the top edge toward the bottom edge of the screen or press Alt-F4. Go to the Start screen; notice that deploying the app adds its tile to the last group on the Start screen. To run the app again, tap or click its tile on the start screen or press F5 in Visual Studio to run the app in the debugger.
It doesn’t do much—yet—but congratulations, you’ve built your first Windows Store app!
To stop debugging the app, press Alt+Tab to return to Microsoft Visual Studio. In Visual Studio, click Debug > Stop debugging to close the app. You can’t edit in Visual Studio while you’re debugging.
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