Automate bulk Payment Generator TDL for Tally ERP 9

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Auto Bulk Payment Generator TDL, Tally TDL

Auto Bulk Payment Generator TDL, Tally TDL


How to Install the TDL File in Tally

Step 1. Go to Gateway of Tally.
Step 2. Then Press Ctrl+Alt+T button
Step 3. Now Press F4 Button or Click on “Manage Local TDL” button
Step 4. Now do “Yes” to “Loan TDL Files on Startup” option
Step 5. Now in the next line “List of TDL Files to preload on Startup” Enter the TDL File Path or Location Like “E:\File.tdl”
Step 6. Now save the settings
Your TDL File is ready to use.

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Super Top 20 Hidden Google Chrome Shortcuts (Selected Shortcut Keys List)

Here below is the list of Top 20 Google Chrome Shortcuts which will be very helpful for everyone who is using Google Chrome.

  1. Return Lastly Open Tab in Google Chrome
  2. Open Private Window (Incognito Widow) in Google Chrome
  3. Clear Browsing Data History & All Saved Data in Google Chrome
  4. Go to Address bar Directly in Google Chrome
  5. Add “www.” to the beginning and “.com” to the end of website Address automatically in Google Chrome
  6. Open Chrome Task Manager in Google Chrome
  7. Save as Bookmark in Google Chrome
  8. Separate or Mix the Chrome Tab in Google Chrome
    Drag Single Tab with Mouse
  9. Jump to the Last Tab in Google Chrome
  10. Switch Between Tabs in Google Chrome
    Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab
  11. Open Coding Page in Google Chrome
  12. Close the Current Using Tab in Google Chrome
  13. New Tab in Google Chrome
  14. Scroll the Web Page in Google Chrome
    Only Spacebar
  15. Open Download List Page in Google Chrome
  16. Close the Current Using Tab in Google Chrome
  17. Switch Between Tabs in Google Chrome
    Ctrl+1 to Ctrl+8
  18. Link Open in New Tab (Ctrl+Drag Link in New Window Tab) in Google Chrome
    Ctrl + Left Click
  19. Save Page in PDF File in Google Chrome
  20. Mute Chrome Tab in Google Chrome

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How to Activate YouTube Dark Mode on the Chrome Browser

It won’t be an exaggeration to say that we are all dependent on computers. We’re hooked to the screens so much so that at times, we fail to distinguish between our real life and digital reality. No wonder, a vast majority of users tend to experience discomfort or even develop health problems associated with the prolonged use of computers. Lots of digital companies, including Google, experiment with dark, or night, modes which are claimed to be more eye-friendly compared to traditional bright interfaces. Recently, it’s been discovered that one of the most popular online resources, YouTube, features a hidden dark mode, which is possible to enable in a variety of browsers. In our brief guide, we’re going to explain how to enable the night mode in the Google Chrome browser. Should you have more questions, feel free to visit and familiarize yourself with the detailed tutorial on how to activate YouTube dark mode in Chrome and other browsers.

You can activate the dark mode using a simple toggle. Once it’s enabled, you’ll give your eyes a break and got an opportunity to enjoy a new YouTube’s web interface that will undergo substantial metamorphoses after activating the dark theme.

  • Note that the dark mode may come in handy only in low light situations, where you need to reduce eye strain at night. The dark mode also may be beneficial to persons with specific vision impairments. Still, for the normal-sighted person and in normally lit environments, resorting to the night mode will be inefficient or even harmful.

So, if you decide to activate the night mode on YouTube, it will extend throughout the entire site. This means that all your subscriptions, recommended videos, searches, and even the content you upload will be colored in the deep black color. Still, the dark mode doesn’t extend to the creator studio, which will switch back to the white interface.

To turn on the night mode for YouTube on the Google Chrome browser, you’ll need to follow a bunch of simple steps below. Still, before proceeding to enable the desired mode, make sure to log in to your YouTube account.

First, open the Chrome developer tools. To do it quickly, press Ctrl, Shift, and I simultaneously, if you’re using Windows. Alternatively, you may press F12. Mac users should select Option, Command, and I to access the tools.


After that, locate the Console button and click on it. You’ll need to copy and paste the following command into the corresponding field:

                                 document.cookie=”VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=fPQ4jCL6EiE; path=/”

If the command proves to be ineffective, try:


Then, you can exit your tools section and refresh your browser page.

At this point, you should sign in to your account again, if necessary, and proceed with enabling the dark mode.

Click your YouTube profile image and head to the “Dark Mode” section. Once there, locate the Dark Mode toggle and activate the corresponding slider. The change should come into effect immediately. Note that the setting will apply to Chrome only.

We hope that your eyes will be grateful to you as soon as you start using the dark mode on YouTube!