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Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: Clipboard Help and Spell - New Name?
« on: September 25, 2015, 11:41 AM »
From some of the previous suggestions here would be my choices. Keeping the CHS acronym and getting rid of the + or &.

Clipboard History System or Clipboard Helper System

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I haven't used this yet but from what I have read and heard, it may be able to move the data to a good sector so it can be read. Others here may have direct experience.
It isn't a free solution but if the data is valuable the price may be insignificant.
SpinRite. https://www.grc.com/sr/spinrite.htm

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Here's one you might take a look at.
XNote Timer http://www.xnotestopwatch.com/#overview

Says it has count up and countdown functions. There is a free limited function version on the downloads page. For about $29 they have a version with Excel logging and other bells & whistles.
I haven't used this, but I found it interesting they have a forum page. Looking through a few of the posts it looks like the program has some power to use it on a bigger scale too.

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Along with Ian's suggestion may I add another.
Check the PDF reader or editor program you are using to see if it has a scan option. I use PDF-XChange Editor and it has a very good scanning option.

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General Software Discussion / Re: metadata
« on: March 08, 2015, 11:47 AM »
This sounds a little like it may be similar to ISO 9000 documentation and record keeping?
You may want to look at it from that direction. Check out this site to see if it helps. http://www.9001council.org/documentation-requirements.php

If so, do a search for ISO 9001 software. One of the results I came up with is http://www.isoxp.com/10Products/ISO90ReqBook.aspx there's a pdf here (sample pages button) that provides a checklist.

Here's another from the results. http://www.tech-x.com/iso/doc_control.html

This may also help.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Document_management

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Found Deals and Discounts / FileMaker "Buy One / Give One" Deal
« on: October 30, 2014, 08:51 AM »
I've been looking at getting a DB program recently for a couple of things I want to try.
Happened to see this promotion yesterday.

http://www.filemaker.com/

FilMaker Promo  - 001.png

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Living Room / Re: Recommend a tablet
« on: October 28, 2014, 10:10 AM »
I'm also not a fan of Apple. But that being said, I do think the iPad and their computers are good for non-technical people or those that just don't want to worry about keeping up with updates, typical virus issues, etc.
It boils down to the main uses. If it is just browsing, email, ebooks etc, it is a good choice. Plus there is the installed word processing, spreadsheet, calendar, contacts,
Case in point, I have a neighbor that recently purchased an Apple desktop pc. He's very happy with it. He's older, though age isn't a factor in who can use a pc. He's been through 2 windows machines over the past 6 years. A big part of that is not keeping it up to date, but he just didn't want to deal with it. He just wants to turn it on and browse, email and games.

Apples are expensive. But I'm told part of that cost is for the after sale support they provide. In my neighbor's case, he purchased at a local Apple store. They sat down with him, went through everything and made sure he was comfortable. And he's called them with questions. You'd have to know him to realize the $$ value of this after sale support.

If there is a local Apple store, have her go and try one. I'm told they will let people "play" with them in the store for quite a while without pressure. Of course others may have different experiences.
If she does decide on an iPad take a look at Apple's refurb store. http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/specialdeals/ipad
Looks like they have different generation units available. Maybe she doesn't need the latest and greatest. And they warranty them.

I've also been hearing things about Chromebooks lately. Not sure if that includes a tablet version. Supposedly an easier to use Android device. Might look at those.

Good luck with your mother-in-law's decision.


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Not sure if this will fit the bill but have you looked at Listary. http://www.listary.com/
You can set up a favorites menu and it can also keep track of recently accessed folders to provide easier navigation.
It helps me on a daily basis.

Edit: dr_Andus mentioned Listary while I was posting. Direct Folders is also good.

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Screenshot Captor / Re: Screenshot Captor 4.10 todo list
« on: October 13, 2014, 09:15 AM »
It would help to access object selection mode with a key shortcut
good idea, i will add a hotkey to toggle in and out of object selection mode.

Is there a possibility this could also be available through a right-click context menu?

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Thanks for posting App...
I'd heard rumors of this but didn't research it further. I was planning to look at a Keurig the next time my good old Bunn coffee maker gave it up.
And then buy a couple of the reuseable baskets to be able to use the coffee of my choice.
Guess I'll be rethinking that decision.

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I mostly use Mouser's Clipboard Help+Spell. At times though, Ethervane Echo suits my needs better. It was developed by a DonationCoder member. It hasn't been updated since 2012 (maybe 2013) but I've not had any problems with it.

Here's where you can download and find a link to the developer's site.
http://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=27849.0

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I think it would be helpful. It would be similar to Ethervane Echo?
I've been running both it and CH&S at the same time for awhile now so I would have that quick paste feature and also the ability of storing images with CH&S.

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^

Or glued up 2x4's like this. It's not sanded and finished yet.
twinbed example.jpg

Here's a picture I found of a bed using recycled wood.
mission-large.jpg

Found this site in the UK with some pictures of beds using reclaimed wood.
http://www.eatsleeplive.co.uk/products/bedroom-furniture/beds/
Click on each of the bed types and you can see more close-up details. These have more of a distressed look.

May give you some more ideas.



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Ok i've got my basic structural plan worked out: (see attachment in previous post) (see attachment in previous post)
I used SketchUp, which can be pretty darn painful to use.. I wish there was something better.  The dimensions are only rough estimates since they are difficult to tweak, but the basic idea comes through.

Main issue I was trying to solve with my plan was to provide rock solid stability and support for a large king size bed (76" x 80") and have the sides look reasonably nice (in my bedroom you can really only see one side of the bed).

Notes: Headboard and footboard will not look like exactly like that, I plan to use reclaimed wood for the inset part; slats will cover entire surface; dimensions are off a little because i couldn't get them perfect.



Inspiration came from the farmhouse bed plans on the Anna White site.



My main concern with the plan is the use of the 4x4s..  I am concerned that they are going to turn out ugly when stained and finished.

Consider using glued up 1x boards.

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I questioned the square screen when the Passport was 1st being talked about. After seeing it in action it makes sense. I'm talking more for business users.
For anyone interested in seeing it, here is the link to the North American kickoff. They show and talk about the square screen and why at 22 mins in. 

http://live.blackberry.events/

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Living Room / Re: Rethink Smartwatch
« on: September 17, 2014, 08:54 AM »
What I want is my $30 nokia in a watch shape, with tethering, and syncing all the data to your 'family' of devices.

Personally, I just want my phone to be a phone ... But the Samsung Gear S rig in this iWatch vs. Samsung review seems to do much of what you're after.

+1 on just being a phone.
To me they just look like a fancier version of a law enforcement ankle bracelet.

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Living Room / Re: Rethink Smartwatch
« on: September 16, 2014, 11:27 AM »
What do you guys think?   Should I start a kickstarter?  Or am I only designing for myself?

I swear I read an article that this is how the new Apple watch will work, i.e., you would need an iPhone to get the full (or any) use out of it.

I heard the same thing. It was on a podcast or news station announcing the new apple product.
Blackberry also did something similar a couple of years ago with their phones and discontinued tablet. Called it a bridge.

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Found Deals and Discounts / Re: CintaNotes Giveaway + 30% Discount
« on: August 29, 2014, 09:23 AM »
Oh well, missed another one.
Appreciate the 30% discount to DonationCoders though.  :Thmbsup:

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So very sorry to hear about Saffron's passing.
Have been in the same place more times than than i want to remember with the passing of one of our pets. They truly are a family member.
It is hard to come up with all of the right words. What does help is to know you gave her a loving and comfortable life during time she was here. And she knew it.

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Curt, thanks for your list. I recently changed to PaleMoon and will be checking these out.

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Sending our calm and positive thoughts for Saffron.
Including those of our 4 furry kids.

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Living Room / Re: "English" <> "German" translations
« on: June 18, 2014, 07:44 AM »
AbteriX,

I am a little late here. Is this similar to what you are asking?

In your second post you make reference to different measurement devices/instruments that may be used.
So not only will the user need to configure software or firmware for using the device, they also will have to follow certain other steps related to the application and device for everything to operate properly.

It will be a combination of things software, hardware and application?

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N.A.N.Y. 2010 / Re: NANY 2010 Release: ClipTrap
« on: April 24, 2014, 12:39 PM »
A thought. Possibility you have a keyboard starting to get flaky?
I've read of similar things, with totally different programs, that after all sorts of settings chasing and hair pulling it ended up being the keyboard.


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thanks bob -- so your single-instance detection is working correctly.
ps. the new beta does away with that "hello there" message.

There's probably some other reason you are taking out the "Hello there" message. But it never bothered me. Actually I kind of liked the reminder I had it already running. Sometimes some of my tray icons disappear for seemingly no reason. In my case it kept me from having two instances running.

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With SC already running and using the run command I get the "Hello there! You've tried to launch a new copy..." popup. I got a UAC popup 1st asking if I wanted it to run.

thanks bob -- so your single-instance detection is working correctly.
ps. the new beta does away with that "hello there" message.

Just tried it again. Same result. Single instance popup.

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