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Window-Positioner, And More

Reader Adam Porter found a nice
little software vendor I’d never heard of, but wish I’d found sooner:

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Brief Hiatus

The next issue of the LangaList
Standard Edition will be on February 26th. With one exception, instead of
publishing the newsletter next week, I’ll be ripping apart and overhauling my
office LAN setup, changing the way I network my systems. Part of it’s a simple
changeover and system shuffle, but part is decidedly experimental, so I don’t
want to promise to deliver issues I may not be able to produce. 

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JustFor Grins

Reader "Mikeprieur" sends
along this list of fractured definitions:

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Font Feedback

Last issue’s item ( http://www.freetune.com/listplus/newsletters/2001/2001-02-12plus.htm#12
)on deleting unneeded fonts and thus freeing resources and speeding boot times
brought in some great additional information:

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Font Overload

E. Carl Cierpial writes:

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What’s The Best Email Client?

A few issues back, in “Fed Up With Outlook/Outlook Express?” (
http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2001/2001-01-25.htm#5 ) we opened a
discussion on email clients. Let me briefly recap:

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Thweeeet! Time out re: “Deleting IE5 Typing Errors”

In the last issue’s "Deleting
Typing Errors in IE5 URLs," ( http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2001/2001-02-08.htm#2
) we had a major disconnect: Hundreds (!) of you wrote in to point out that you
can simply highlight any "autocomplete" item and hit the delete key;
or right click on any autocomplete item and select delete from the context menu.
You also can erase all autocomplete entries at once by clicking to
Tools/Internet Options/Content/ and then selecting "Autocomplete" and
using the offered options to clear various kinds of saved information.

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Double Protection Better Than Single?

With protective technologies like
firewalls and anti-virus software, you might think that  having multiple
layers of defense would be better than having only one. For example, reader Paul
S. Treuhaft asked :

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Which CDR Format Is Best?

CDRs are dirt-cheap these days, and
a great medium for backups. But reader Richard November had a good question:

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But Speaking of UDF…

Reader Jim Shaughness found a neat
tool that simplifies sharing UDF-format CDrs:

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