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This tool is as good for formatting filenames for YouTube videos, as it is for Python scripts, or other developers projects. It makes it easier to format long filenames, than having to manually enter the "-" in between each word. This way of formatting filenames is considered the best practice among SEO(Search Engine Optimization) methods for having effective filenames for your html, video, and any other online content. This style of formatting filenames also helps eliminate those spaces, which would otherwise render "%20" in between each word in the browser in order to function, which can be annoying as well. You don't want multiple words jumbled into one long filename. This tool makes it easy to do that while still typing naturally.
This feature serves multiple purposes. One is as a settings feature, to allow the user to chose any color they wish for their projects, giving them far more options, with 255 shades of each of the primary three colors, red, green, and blue. The other is to make it easy for the user to get the HEX codes for their html and web design projects, python projects, any any other programming or scripting language which makes use of hex style codes, as well as RGB values, for whichever programming or scripting language makes use of that style of input as well. Any programmer can tell you, these types of tools are a must. There are plenty of them online, this one just makes it quick, and easy for you to do, and offline! It's great to have nifty tools like this accessible without being conncted to the internet. I am a firm believer in an offline PC, and one specifically used for surfing the web. You gotta keep 'em separated.
The app now automatically backs up your work! In the event that the app is told to terminate ( a sudden system shutdown command is sent to the Operating System, or you click the [X], or the app is terminated from the task manager, or by another process, ).. it will quickly backup your word to the administrators Desktop!. So if you were to bump the power button on the keyboard, or on the front of the computer and accidentally trigger the shutdown sequence, and your work starts closing, it will save it! No more losing work in these scenarios. It sounds far fetched, but these things do happen. Some keyboards come with buttons that will put the computer to sleep, or restart, or shut it down.. Depending on your settings, it may not stop and ask you to save your work. So if you have something lengthy and important typed up, homework, work, etc, you don't want to lose it in these scenarios!