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Hi all,

I was playing around with this app and changed the background on a folder, and now i can’t read the text in that folder, and wanted to remove the background but cant.
Anybody have any ideas on how to remove the background once it’s been applied?

Thanks!

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Living Room / Re: Exam Software
« on: May 27, 2008, 06:58 PM »
You might check out Anki at http://ichi2.net/anki/index.html

It's a time-based repetition learning tool that monitors you as you progress. Don't let the homepage fool you into thinking it's just meant for learning a new language...i actually use it for lots of things, even math equations, but you need to install latex in order for it to render math stuff properly. Good luck! :Thmbsup:

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By far my favorite extension is http://www.foxmarks.com/

I have 3 XP & 2 Linux boxes at home, several work machines all running foxmarks, all with several thousand links, always up to date and synchronized using this awesome add-on. I used to use both MyLinkVault (worthless) and Sync2It (problems with synching-lost links) until i stumbled across Foxmarks...I've yet to have any problems with Foxmarks even when they went thru a major server/version upgrade a while back.

I only wish that firefox would improve upon their Bookmarks Manager or make an add-on that allowed for better link management. I find it hard to believe that when i do a text search for one of my links, it finds the link so i know it exists, but it doesn't show you what folder it's currently sitting in. :-\

-hairball

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