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I have been using PDF Xchange Viewer for years. I tried the newly free PDF Xchange Editor a few months back but didn't like it and switched back to the viewer.
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Right click on the SC tray icon and select the item "Grab Windows Object or scrolling window" or hit default hotkey of Ctrl+Shift+PrtScr and then select the area to capture and follow instructions.-mouser (September 30, 2014, 02:57 PM)
Thanks for teh suggestion jojo! Fotowall is fairly promising - I like that it's a portable app - but it doesn't seem to have any (functional) alignment options, which is kind of a must for really good results. Judging by the examples on the website, alignment should be possible (or someone was very careful aligning things for the examples), but I couldn't figure out how to do it at any rate. I did see one or two grayed out options that might have done it, but couldn't get them to activate. Judging by the very-much-in-progress nature of the program and its pre-1.0 status, maybe these are features that are just yet to be added/enabled. I'll keep an eye on it.-JavaJones (December 25, 2011, 09:10 PM)
My question still stands: if other companies see this, why don't they give it a good effort to do that also?! So what if apple already did it? So what if it's nothing new? Apple doesn't care. Why should they?-superboyac (June 06, 2010, 11:51 PM)
There is something strange going on inside yo.. ehhh... ...something strange going on! Oh yes, AFOM works very well indeed. With one tab open (this page) my Firefox will use around 78 MB, up to 100 MB, but then AFOM will lower the memory usage to just 10MB, and Firefox will start building up memory usage again, and AFOM will wait a while and then do its job again... I have not cared to study how long it will wait. And oh yes, TrimAll works very well. Maybe the problem is the methods you are using, (which I really don't care to comment further on), or maybe you just didn't get the purpose of the program? When a memory leak has been recovered, the programs will at once start to build up memory usage again. To see this, you will need to watch the total memory usage of your computer, activate the TrimAll.exe, while still watching the memory usage, and you will see it. Long-term effects doesn't exist here. Just maybe we are not trying to pull your legs?
TrimAll really has very little to do with Firefox.-Curt (April 11, 2010, 01:51 PM)
Try this too : Index your files, as the name suggests this one does index your files but you can schedule that for during the night or whatever, and when it has indexed them then the search speed even for searches within files is really quite impressive.
(I am not affiliated with IYF)-joiwind (April 11, 2010, 06:41 AM)
Hey folks, I use an extension called AFOM Addon, "Firefox Memory Leakage Recover Application" - I imagine the developer meant "recovery" instead of "recover". That is working well but of course that is only for the memory-hogging issue. The rest of my rants are still biting me.
Jim-J-Mac (March 28, 2010, 02:51 PM)
20 extensions and my FF does ok.
I trashed the useless ones and unused ones a long time ago.
The only plugins that I care about keeping up to date are,
adobe flash and Java.
And, sorry, CleanMem works.
Idling at 70,000kb to 90,000kb or so anytime I look.
More depending on how many tabs are open, about 10,000kb a tab I figure.-cmpm (March 28, 2010, 11:27 AM)