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    VLC is indeed a great player, but I have to agree...

    VLC is indeed a great player, but I have to agree about the "too many features" complaint. Novice users are often baffled by some of the control options. I know I'm still baffled about some of them. ...
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    Thanks for the ideas so far, folks. I probably...

    Thanks for the ideas so far, folks. I probably should not have mentioned photos since that seems to trigger the idea of photo hosting sites. I'm using Picasa and it, like PBase, is very good for...
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    PERFECT WORLD! I tried the British Comedy...

    PERFECT WORLD!

    I tried the British Comedy Guide, but there are simply WAY too many entries. The forum there, however, was the solution. I received an answer to my query within thirty minutes.
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    You know, when I describe the show to my...

    You know, when I describe the show to my television watching acquaintances, I usually preface the whole thing by saying "It's not The Office!" While I thoroughly enjoy that mockumentary about a...
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    I was in Holland for a few months back at the...

    I was in Holland for a few months back at the start of the century. The TV picked up BBC so I tuned in. One show, in particular, really grabbed my attention, but I don't remember the name. Maybe one...
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    I'm looking for a system to host my photos along...

    I'm looking for a system to host my photos along with a goodly amount of text. Basically it will be numerous articles about photography and the specific photographs. I also want a comment system to...
  7. Re: Launching a PPT from an FTP site problem (all)

    Thanks, Hans. It looks like, from what I can gather, we're basically boned on this one. Oh, well!
  8. Launching a PPT from an FTP site problem (all)

    We have a bunch of PowerPoint files (in PPT format) on an internal FTP site. Links on our internal training web page point to the PPT files. If you click one, instead of launching PowerPoint and...
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    Re: Batch renaming files

    I've been using Flash Renamer for years. It will certainly do what you want. I don't use it all that often, but when I do, I'm amazed at what it's capable of. It was a good $20 investment. ...
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    Re: paint.NET update (3.30)

    Anyone know if this application can be made to run from a USB drive? I've got a locked-down computer at work and would much prefer to use this than MS Paint!
  11. One slide appearing in multiple shows? (2003)

    I have quite a few PPT files that have one or more reoccurring pages (slide and notes). Any time information changes on one of those pages, I have to open every file and make the same change. It...
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    Re: MS Money vs Quicken

    I switched from Money to Quicken a while back as well. I much preferred Money's interface and tried to switch back to a newer version of Money. Yuck! I've been off both for a couple of years and am...
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    Re: Light weight player

    I've not worried about file size as much as I have portability. Have a look for MPlayer; I'm pretty happy with it because I can run it from my USB thumb drive.
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    Re: external hard drives

    I urge you to work on your computer literacy with all haste. A lot of external drives offer one-click backup options and market it as a brainless way to handle your files. That may be true, but all...
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    Re: Renaming Utility.

    I've had great success with Flash Renamer. You can find alternatives for less than twenty bucks, but I've found it's paid for itself several times over as I found more and more ways to put it to use....
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    Keylogger that's NOT spyware?

    I'm looking to do some typing analysis and need some sort of key logger to capture everything I type. I don't want to mess around with any spyware applications ('cause I don't need to keep it a...
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    Re: Why put a subject line on your post?

    Unfortunate choice of attachment for a family-friendly forum. Removed by HansV

    I'm not sure why anyone is upset by this fairly common approach to discussions unless something peculiar happens when...
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    A perfectly crumulent explanation

    I knew that was going to come up, but I forgot to explain. The original title of the post was "You're boned" but I thought someone might misconstrue the famous Bender quote and the post would be...
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    Why put a subject line on your post?

    I know there's lots of options for viewing posts, but I'm not familiar with the one you use, Argus. When I view the topics, I see the original subject and all the replies beneath. Everything posted...
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    Ooooh boy

    If I understand correctly, you have a piece of music with multiple tracks (chorus, lead singer, guitar, drums, piano, etc.), and you want to remove one of those tracks. The easy answer is, you can't...
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    Questions

    Do you really *need* all those hard drives? For a bit more than a hundred clams you can get yourself a big fat hard drive that'll generate only a quarter of the heat. If you want the option of...
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    Re: Go with XP

    Parrot other posts? Not me. My disdain for the operating system comes from first hand knowledge. I bought a new laptop in the spring and tried it out first hand. You don't have to take my word for it...
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    Go with XP

    Dell offers XP in the small business line. It's a mature OS that will give you fewer problems than Vista, requires less memory and isn't hobble by Digital Restrictions Management.

    If you're not...
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    Curious cursor conundrum (2000)

    I'm using a file created by someone else (a time sheet). I access it an average of once per day. I'm a keyboarder, for the most part, and rely on the inverted "T" cursor keys to move around the...
  25. Wow

    Hans, you are a frickin' <big>genius</big>!
    Thanks!
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