Windows Sticky Notes in the filesystem / How to back them up
In Windows 7, they were stored in a propritary binary format here:
In Windows 10 they are stored in a SQLite database her:
I have been looking for a simple control-page for Philips Hue lights for several reasons. I really do not like the app and not the least that you are only able to control the Hue lights from the two main “smart”phone brands. Secondly, if you want a control-panel in the livingroom, you primarily want the simple actions – turn on and off with an immediately recognizable functionality.
Inspired by this work, the download is sadly not available any more.
I have made a similar page, which can be downloaded here.
Inside the .html file, you only have to modify these two lines
bridge='10.0.0.1' // Set ip-address or DNS name of your Hue bridge
hash='Hue user-hash' // Set the username-hash which is registered on the Hue Bridge
To use it, you can either run it directly for your own pc, or place it on a server inside your own network.