Warning: this will go even further off-topic ...
The reason I asked was because I don't use those scripts myself either! (*) I don't even have them on my system anymore (if I ever need one of those, I'll rewrite it or download that script from this forum)
There comes a question on the forum or I get some crazy idea and then I build a script to see if I can make it work. Just or fun, just like other people do the crossword puzzles from the paper. A little mental challenge .. And at the end of the day, those people throw their puzzles away.
Difference here is that I post (some of) those scripts on the forum. And that's the part that take the most time: idea and working script takes a couple of minutes; "beautifying" (?) the code, making it more human-friendly and posting it here takes at least 15 minutes, but more likely half an hour.
And that's a waste of time if nobody is using them.
To make more benefit from your scripts, please open a new thread (maybe under Development, plugins Forum) named "NotNull Scripts", and put there the links to their threads in Forums.
In this way, it will be easier to find more of your scripts, especially for those who are looking for extensions for Everything.
I actually thought about this myself too, but for a completely different reason: every time I want to reference one of those topics, I have a hard time finding them (ironic, on a forum of a search utility
), and came up with the same solution you suggested. So that will happen on of these days.
Personally I have not found yet something for daily use, but I can tell I'm learning a lot from your scripts, and I keep them in my PC. Those scripts add knowledge and open the mind in the way of using Everything.
Most of them are CMD scripts, because most people (at home) don't have PowerShell execution policies enabled.
CMD is old; better focus on the PowerShell scripts ... (if people ask work-related questions, they get a PowerShell script)
You will never know what will be the real fruits will grow from your seeds.
Wise words ... wise words ...
(*) Exceptions: INJECT script to change INI settings, CompareINI to get all non-default INI settings and the Explorer/file dialog integration @ovg already mentioned