Hold down the CTRL key and scroll the mouse wheel.
A whole helluvalot of applications seem to support dynamic font resizing this way..
I was going to say "correction - the ballot screen still uses Trident" but it appears that it still uses an IE window, albeit a dialog so your only clue is the title bar and app icon.
Of course, it also means if your phone rings, you're stuck answering it on whatever device it's currently inside.
Except that the iPad doesn't support phone functions, so that won't work.
That went in (in Windows 95, I think)
It went in with WinXP SP2. Before that windows did not execute autorun.inf on removable storage devices.
"We relied rather heavily on grey [not peer-reviewed] literature, including the WWF report," Lal says. "The error, if any, lies with Dr Hasnain's assertion and not with the IPCC authors."
But Hasnain rejects that. He blames the IPCC for misusing a remark he made to a journalist. "The magic number of 2035 has not [been] mentioned in any research papers written by me, as no peer-reviewed journal will accept speculative figures," he told New Scientist.
"It is not proper for IPCC to include references from popular magazines or newspapers," Hasnain adds.
so there's a remark apparently taken out of context however the person who apparently made the comment cant distance himself enough from it and damns the IPCC for using it.
however i think it you google a little you will find the net awash with 3660 hits for "IPCC student dissertation climbing magazine"
the fact this guy ALSO distances himself and damns the report are just more bullets for my gun as it were my friend
Jailbroken iPhone? I'm in Canada on Rogers network, iPhone not jailbroken. Still refuses to do VOIP calls through 3G, which according to Skype is expected. A new update app is needed to enable it.
... Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003
Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003
Microsoft Office home and student 2007 and standard 2003 seem very important to me, as does Nortan Ghost. Hopefully the program lets you select which programs you want to remove.
Then you'll be disappointed to note that those programs aren't actually 'included' with the PC. All of these you've noted are trials. Office limits you to opening the software a fixed number of times. Norton gives you a short window of protection. In all cases, if you find you like it, you are expected to pay full price.
Agreed that this test is seriously flawed although I can't say how. Perhaps being based on studying elderly, one foot in the grave men, whose brains are most likely toasted after years of
Another flaw may be in that all ginkgo supplement brands are not equal. Some better formulated than others
Another possibility they don't list is that maybe the men were stupid to begin with and that nothing would help them in the first place, not even Rx amphetamines?
I know from personal experience that ginkgo definitely does work as a mental function stimulant.
I began using it when I was in my 30s and taking college night classes after a full day's work
Today, I'm in my early 50s and still take it daily. I certainly can tell the difference than days I don't. Actually it takes about a week without it for the fog to set in.
The only documented bad side-effect being reduced hemostasis.
However I find some of the many documented and proven benefits of taking ginkgo daily:
1. My tinnitus is greatly reduced
2. And most importantly for me, I have a genetic anomaly with my heart. Ginkgo's PAF & vasodilation properties are attributable to why I am still healthy and physically active, contrary to the opinions of some quack doctors that recently told me that I am a walking dead man and need to be on proprietary, and very expensive, beta blockers to treat what they diagnosed me as having cardio myopia.
I see this study as just another attack on an effective and useful supplement by the pharmaceutical industry that is trying to make patients out of healthy people and addicting healthy people on toxic excrement.
Ginkgo is a potent inhibitor of PAF function, same thing as the proprietary pharmaceutical Plavix. Who needs Plavix when you can get Ginkgo for a fraction of the cost? Along with the numerous other benefits Ginkgo provides.
If I'd known computer science was going to be like this, I'd never have given up being a rock 'n' roll star. -- G. Hirst