« on: April 23, 2018, 11:44 PM »
I was too shy to do that.
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Unable to terminate explorer.exe (PID 106484): An attempt was made to access an exiting process.
I closed an application, but the process remained in the list. I try to stop in from the task manager, but nothing happens. No error messages, process just stays in the list. I try to debug it, but the debugger says:
Unable to attach to the crashing process. The requested operation is not supported.
This happens with VS2008 and some other programs, sometimes.
How to terminate it?
_______________________________________That's one of the reasons I switched to Linux. Though I experienced this problem under Win XP, it seems that it hasn't changet since then. – petersohn Apr 30 '10 at 7:07
_______________________________________According to samba.2283325.n4.nabble.com/… there's exactly the same situation in Linux - processes waiting on the kernel are unkillable. This is one of the reasons I switched to Windows. – ta.speot.is Jun 12 '11 at 2:25Copied from: windows 7 - How can I kill an unkillable process? - Super User - <https://superuser.com/questions/136272/how-can-i-kill-an-unkillable-process>
Do you believe Russia will become the global ruler as predicted by Baba Vanga?No.-4wd (April 06, 2018, 01:19 AM)
If a law of physics is broken, does it make a sound?Yes, but it travels at the speed of light, so your ears can't hear it...-Arizona Hot (April 21, 2018, 11:46 AM)-Shades (April 21, 2018, 12:33 PM)
OK! I installed FreeKeylogger and it seems now that Windows Defender doesn't quarantine it.
However, it has one MAJOR flaw: it doesn't allow you to seach for typed/clipboarded text across any date! You have to choose a specific date and search!-kalos (April 21, 2018, 09:08 AM)
I am looking for a program that will monitor and save all the text I am typing, along with date, window/app info, etc.
Is there a simple solution?
thanks!-kalos (November 05, 2017, 02:41 PM)
I find a clipboard tool (of course I use my own, CHS) an excellent emergency backup for such occasions. All I have to do is Ctrl+A then Ctrl+C and I've got a copy of the text in its current version saved in case of a crash.
I'm sure I'm not the only person who uses a clipboard tool for such purposes.-mouser (July 13, 2016, 04:49 PM)
I've had the exact same issue as you had and i found the cause of the problem.
The problem lies within your Microsoft Office Setup!
1. Open File->Office options->advanced
2. Locate the section "Cut, copy, paste"
3. Make sure all "cut, copy, paste" settings are set to (Keep source formatting)
After I did this One Note no longer f#ck#d up formatting
If you have continued to work with OneNote I have created a little addin that pastes rich-text into OneNote 2016 keeping the format:
Copied from: One Note 2007 Won't Keep Formatting in Paste - Google Groups - <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/microsoft.public.onenote/tWkuY8OOqV4>
|App Name||BazQux Reader service|
|Description||A service - an online $PAID RSS feed-reader or "feed-aggregator".|
|App Version Reviewed||This is an online, browser-based service, and the version is always "latest".|
|Test System Specs|
|Supported OSes||Any web browser.|
|Support Methods||Help: is via https://bazqux.com/|
|Trial Version Available?||30-day free trial.|
|Pricing Scheme||This is a commercial service with a 30-day free trial period and then $19 or $29 (pay-what-you-want) annual subscription fee.|
It shows comments to posts, able to retrieve full article text, have several view modes, search, can subscribe to Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/Google+ pages and has sharing and bookmarking to popular services.Someone was asking me how I arrived at using BazQux reader, and I thought it might be helpful/useful to post this review, as it could potentially save people a lot of time (if they were not already happily using a feed-reader).
It is commercial service with a 30 days free trial and then $19 or $29 pay-what-you-want annual fee.
Copied from: BazQux Reader Alternatives and Similar Websites and Apps - AlternativeTo.net - <https://alternativeto.net/software/bazqux-reader/>
Background to my use of BaxQux:
- The former exemplar: Google Reader - Mini-Review
- DC Forum: Go to the Search page for DC Forum: http://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?action=search.
Do a search there for: Google Reader BazQux
The rearch results will will display lots of references, many from people who - like me - looking for an alternative to Google Reader (an RSS feed-reader/aggregator). That is, something that was at least as good as, or better. This followed Google's announcement that their excellent Google Reader was to be killed off.
- References to BazQux: I always mention BazQux when noting interesting items I may have read, because many people won't know what it is, nor what they could be missing (how excellent it is as a research and information-gathering tool). I rarely browse web-pages per se now without first reading them in BazQux, and usually I don't need to browse them after reading them in BazQux - including comments on blogs and in user groups (and it's all Ad-free as well!). I think that last bit (Ad-free) might be why Google killed off their RSS Reader.
- BazQux? For starters, see Re: Google Reader gone
There are also some useful discussions in the DC Forum that refer to Google Reader, and these two seem most relevant:
I have searched the Internet for years to find something that makes a decent copy of web pages, for archive/library reference purposes.
The best I had found was the Firefox add-on Scrapbook.
More recently, I found Zotero.
Nothing else seems to come close.
They are both very good indeed.
Then I discovered that they both use the same engine:WebPageDump <http://www.dbai.tuwien.ac.at/user/pollak/webpagedump/>
(Details partially copied below and with just the download file embedded hyperlinks.)-IainB (March 17, 2016, 11:16 AM)
(Frank): I too remember my mind being blown when I discovered that ON had this ability [indexing of identified words in audio files]. However, I have refrained from using it because of the hurdles I mentioned AND my hope was that OCR and Audio indexing would become available in the opensource landscape. It has, but only as web services.
(Frank) I still think that it would be possible to automate these things. Something like ultrarecall with indexing or an AI or machine learning back end. While tagging is very important, I want to spend less time processing the information I collect and more time digesting and doing interesting things with it.
A CCTV System For Your PC Screen
Last updated by rob.schifreen on 29. March 2018 - 13:30
AutoscreenshotterYou know how it is. You have a vague memory of having seen a really neat toaster recommended on a web site a few days ago, but you thought nothing of it. And then today your toaster blows up and you need a new one, but you can't remember where you saw that recommendation.
Wouldn't it be handy if you could just wind back through a continual recording of your PC's screen activity in order to see the web page you were looking at?
If such a facility sounds useful, then check out a really neat application called Auto Screenshotter. You'll find it at <http://www.donationcoder.com/software/mouser/popular-apps/automatic-screenshotter> and it's a 4 MB download which works just fine under Windows 7 and above. The file is malware-free according to VirusTotal, and the download site is rated as reputable by Web of Trust.
Just install it, tell it where to save your screen shots and how often to take a picture, then just leave it to get on with the job. I'm actually using it on my main PC right now and it's been working flawlessly.
The program is free, although the developer asks for a donation which is optional. Full details are on the web site.
Back on the topic of the review though....I had NO idea this existed and shall now go download it because I have a crap load of math stuff to do for Uni and this looks damn perfect for it :O-Stephen66515 (April 10, 2018, 02:22 AM)
I'm confused....this (SMF forum) has nothing to do with the CMS (Joomla) - They are 2 entirely different applications and moving from the static website to Joomla wouldn't affect SMF
EDIT: Hey, the rearranging of the images was a trivial and easy exercise in this new CMS!
(Was a world of pain under the old CMS...)
There was no old CMS O_O-Stephen66515 (April 09, 2018, 01:29 PM)