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the problem is solved.. i had inadvertently enabled a filter that moves all incoming mails from donationcoder to a separate folder and thus the systray applet had missed all the notifications. what a dunce i've been..
mouser, a PDF version of the help file would come in handy for off-line reading since CHM files are notoriously difficult to print.. also, it would save me the time to google for a CHM-to-PDF convertor..
mouser, i just realised that "reply notifications" is not working for me. at 1st, i thought something's wrong with my email but other mails are getting through. i've also checked my settings & they look ok to me..
i'm a bit vague about "hiding" and "removing from view".. there are some discussions here about taskbar apps but i not sure whether that fits the bill... try googling, you're bound to come with something
i found this app called Usb Autorun. however the program & the website is in French, google's translate helped a bit but not much. i have downloaded the app and launched it but the options are not much helpful. can someone help to explain how to operate this program..
here are some screenshots.. Right-click on systray icon [attach=2]
This msgbox appears after clicking "Lancer au démarrage" [attach=1]
Launchy looks aesthetic, but imo it lacks a bit on the customising side.. and it would be nice i want to make a screencasting on how to launch a program but for day-to-day use, i'd still stick with f+rr.
i too have no actual need for virtual desktops but i keep one such app , just in case. anyway, here's Robin Keir's BossKey. it may not be a full-fledged virtual desktop manager to some but it's good enough for me...
to webmasters out there, generally how is site-index / site-map created? i had this question asked by someone who wants to have a visual map of his web-site. is there any software involved, any server-side scripts..? please enlighten me...