I believe I have been misunderstood. Of the dozen things I have to say in reply to your "help and feedback", I fear only one will not be misunderstood.
Go Fuck Yourselves.
You can believe that there are many others who would like to say the same thing, but don't for fear of the consequences...
I was using the back button and page refresh. That was the way I discovered my threads locked with no response.
Your response here is neither helpful nor feedback that could be considered useful. You are just being mean to people.
What you are trying to do is a much better way to provide "Help and Feedback".
They should change the name of this subforum to "We Lock Your Threads With No Responses".
Don't get me wrong, I really do appreciate the people who make this forum work. But locking someones thread without a...
They were there this morning. Now they are gone again. Nothing newer than the 9th.
Even the post in this forum that was locked for no apparent reason, with no reasonable response, is gone.
Firefox 2 or 3, both the same.
Yes, I have a habit of not reading posts all of the way through. My bad. So I'll throw in a second vote for ntlite. It's fun to play with. I've even heard a "rumor" that you can use it to make XP run smoothly on an eeepc.
This is probably like driving a thumbtack with a sledgehammer, but Google gparted (gnome partition editor). There is a nice live cd version that is easy to use.
Ok, I've got the Web settings and the Linux client setup. I'll try to swap the Windows client tomorrow.
Two things I noticed. I guess I cant use local folders with IMAP? And this probably isnt the best setup for a slow connection because it updates to the server after EVERY activity.
I'm trying. The Linux Thunderbird client will not allow me to change from POP to IMAP without deleting the account and making a new one. I haven't tried in the windows client.
Is it possible to have the Linux client use the Windows client profile? Make the Linux client use the profile in...
I finally have a dual boot I can live with.
My Windows Thunderbird install is backed up and all OK.
I configured my other Thunderbird install this morning (gmail.com POP settings already set) and it downloaded the last 3 messages that my Windows Thunderbird had not yet accessed.
So I go back...
When I scroll through album covers in Coverflow, one "click" of my wheel will skip over two album covers. I can't find an adjustment in itunes. Has anybody ever been concerned about this enough to fix it so that one click brings up the next album?
First "i" desktop = imac 1998 Advertised as the quickest way to the internet. Out of the box and onto the internet in 2 steps.
First "i" laptop = ibook 1999 One of the first mainstream notebooks with integrated wireless
i = internet
After that, it was just too damned cool to stop.
I don't think that there is a program that will create music. Not music that anyone will want to listen to for long anyway. That is the realm of the artist.
But you can use "public domain" music
and a free audio editor...
http://portableapps.com/ and http://www.portablefreeware.com/
are both on the USB tab of my igoogle homepage.
Portableapps isn't really a "tech toolbox" solution, but it is great to have. I have portable firefox on my portable drive AND on my hard drives. I agree about clamwin. It is so slow...
Every time I reinstall, I tell myself that I'm going to make a good image. Then I get in a hurry and do something stupid that ruins a pristine install and it's too late.
Every two weeks? I say go for it if you have the time and patience. The only bad thing is the MTBF on your HDD.
Yes it is at work. Portable hard drives are allowed. Thumb drives are given as safety awards. There are no security issues at play here.
It's not a networked portable drive. I don't want to share the drive with the whole network.
There is a networked physical drive. Everyone can store data on...
At work everyone has a piece of a network drive. It is H:, no matter what workstation you log into. Everyone has their own H:. My H: is "username$ on networkname (networkidsuchandsuch). The data on everyones H: drive is separate form everyone elses.
We are not allowed to have an excessive...
I didn't read it that way. I read...
It's OK to make better drivers for Creative products.
It's not OK to make drivers for other products using Creative's code.
It's not OK to ask for donations for Creative's (altered by you) code.
Did I misunderstand? Seems perfectly fair to me.