How do you know which ones failed due to wear and tear? Does it say in the item summary somewhere?
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The $25/month wasn't a limited time promotion, it used be the standard price for their low-minute plan. However, you're correct that they've raised it to $35/month and their handsets are not portable.
would much prefer a modifyer key
Couldn't agree more. Turning Caps Lock into Ctrl is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
This page has a long list of how to do that for most environments:
Note that for Windows, it's probably easiest to use SharpKeys, which that page doesn't mention.
Because it was consistently done, it's not a typo either.
Another simple explanation: the poster doesn't know kroner is spelled.
I haven't used it myself, but maybe this does what you want?
Or is this the same as the XRDP situation? Although, I don't really understand what you mean by "simply move it to another server" in the Windows context.
Can you really start an executable on one machine and move the running executable to another machine? Your comment further up merely says:
Which one of those lets me start an application on one machine and then continue using it on another machine like Windows has been able to do for well over a decade?
To me, this sounds like RDP: connect from a client machine, start an application on the server, disconnect, reconnect later from another client to continue using the application. The application itself is still running on the same server machine.
Did you even read your parent post? He specifically says his cheating was done to make the games more fun.
Sometimes people play games for the winning, sometimes they play them for the playing.
Not too hard.
Cut a slit in the photo over each eye and slide some paper of the right color down over the eyes and back up. The paper color probably doesn't need to match very well, either.
What version are you on?
When I go to my add-ons page, every single plugin has at least two buttons beside it: Disable, Remove.
You can also press ? (question mark) to get a help window that will tell you all of the keyboard shortcuts.
Add in a little Hide Caption Titlebar Plus:
and you can get rid of that pesky titlebar, too. Perfect browser UI. I use vimperator rather than Pentadactyl, but not having all that wasted chrome is a dream.
I've been looking around but haven't found any information on when the fix might migrate into Testing. Any idea?
For your example, have you looked at Our Groceries? My wife and I both use it on Android, but their website says it's available for iPhone, too. It's server-backed, so lists are synced across phones. Obviously I can't say for sure, but I imagine it would work between iOS and Android.
Just wonder if you've looked at rdiff-backup or rsnapshot and what the advantages/disadvantages might be versus StoreBackup, in your opinion. I'm in the research phase of setting up a home backup solution and had all but decided on one of those, but hadn't come across StoreBackup until seeing your comment.
- Install the Android Debug Bridge on your computer. http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/adb.html
- Turn on USB debugging on your phone, and connect it to your computer.
- Install Tetherbot http://graha.ms/androidproxy/ on your phone, and start the Socks Proxy Server.
- Setup ADB to open a port on your computer that forwards to the port on your phone where the proxy server is listening: "adb forward tcp:5555 tcp:1080"
- Set your browser to use localhost:5555 as a proxy server.
Now all your web browsing goes through your phone. If you run Firefox, you can get FoxyProxy to set up URL-based rules for which addresses go through your phone-proxy and which go through your regular company network connection. And no mayo gets on your phone.
It isn't sarcasm. It's a typo that happens to spell another word, so the little squiggly red lines don't appear to let people know they made a misspelling. Also, hardly anyone here bothers to proof-read their posts, as is clear from the common requests for an "edit" button.
So, it's basically down to laziness.