I'm wishing you both love and happiness because marriage based on luck doesn't work. :-)Luck... ah, yes!-bababooey (January 05, 2019, 05:07 AM)
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So you're saying I have his looks but not his money or fame.. Seems I did not get a good deal here..On the contrary! You can still make a lot of money (if you want), but you can't buy the looks! (If in doubt, image search 'plastic surgery fails')-mouser (January 01, 2019, 12:58 PM)
Because conversations in Slack happen on a one-way conveyor belt, our team began feeling like they had to stay constantly connected to keep up. This style of communication was especially problematic for a remote-first company like ours. How do you stay in the loop when earlier topics have already been discussed and are buried by the time you even wake up?
It's not just Slack. Any synchronous, real-time chat app will drain your time—that's the nature of chat.
Aaaaand the problem has returned.-brotherS (May 30, 2017, 12:17 PM)
I don't see that you've uninstalled and reinstalled the application? Or tried it in a different directory?-wraith808 (May 30, 2017, 04:34 PM)
Is it only for Win32Pad?-wraith808 (May 30, 2017, 08:09 AM)
It sounds like you may have picked up some prankware. Have you done any scans such as Malwarebytes anti-malware? I am not familiar with that editor but if it uses an .ini file to save settings it is possible the value could have changed somehow.
If there are no malwares found a reinstall(if it is the installer version) may clear it up.
Also if you are running any kind of window management utility such as WinSize2 or similar a change could have occurred there somehow.-MilesAhead (May 30, 2017, 07:28 AM)
Edit: by the way, what version of Windows are you running? Windows 8.x and later has the Desktop as sort of a child window(anything that has that new fangled Start Screen the Desktop has quirks.) Sometimes running the program As Administrator can get around it. No idea why the sudden change though unless you picked up some prankware.-MilesAhead (May 30, 2017, 07:28 AM)
To allow the developers more time to address the vulnerabilities, we’ve decided not to publish any further technical details at this point.
Why on earth would anybody in their right mind join a thing like this?-f0dder (February 24, 2017, 01:29 PM)
The amount of computations required to carry out the attack is staggering: nine quintillion (9,223,372,036,854,775,808) SHA1 computations in total which took 6,500 years of CPU computation to complete the attack first phase and 110 years of GPU computation to complete the second phase.