Resource Hacker FX

Yesterday I wanted to change the icon of an .exe file and the only tools I could think of were Resource Hacker and Anolis Resourcer. They are great tools but both haven’t been updated for years. I googled around looking for alternatives but couldn’t find one… But when…

Quote for Ghost

After battling with how to enable the use of “curly quotes” properly in Ghost, I believe I have found a nice solution (for Windows users.) Well, the idea popped up when I saw the posts by @thefinley and @Fantomas in the original Curly quotes thread on Ghost.org forum, suggesting…

Curly Quotes

What recently got my interest was the “Curly quotes” thread on Ghost.org, which the OP suggested that Ghost should have the functionality to automatically convert “straight quotes” into “curly quotes”, like what Medium is currently doing. To be honest, as a computer dude, I have never thought of this…

Integrating Highlight.js into Ghost

After I used a lot of code block in the previous post, I found that the default code style in Casper theme was pretty hard to read. There was no syntax highlighting and the lines were wrapped which makes copy/paste harder than it should. So I googled around for…

Integrating Moot into Ghost

So I decided to use Moot as commenting platform for my Ghost blog, and spent like half an hour to integrate it into Ghost 0.3.3. In summary, you have to modify some theme files and add the code to enable Moot flat commenting for each blog post. Here…

Hello, Moot!

As I mentioned in the earlier blog post that Ghost does not and will not support commenting on its own, the only way to enable user comments in my blog is to integrate a 3rd party commenting service into Ghost. There are quite a few choices such as Disqus, Livefyre…