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General Software Discussion / Re: Removing images when printing?
« on: March 29, 2015, 05:36 PM »
I have used FinePrint for over 10 years, as well as their pdfFactory.

I can testify that it is very stable, updated frequently with new features and fixes, and does exactly what I need for saving paper and ink!

It does not appear to have as many bells & whistles compared to priprinter, so you will have to evaluate it against your needs.

It does enable you to remove images, pages, and redact text.

Many current OOTB printer drivers have other similar features these days, but I still go back to FinePrint every day.  It is one of my most often used utilities, along with FARR.  :Thmbsup:

Nice review! 

I have been using this headset for over a year.  It has many advanced features for gamers, but I use it primarily from a home office with Skype and GoToMeeting.  The hardware quality and performance has met my expectations, and I would recommend this headset with a few caveats...

I am using the latest drivers 8.40.83

  • Quality hardware, still in perfect condition after extended daily use!
  • Excellent, lag-free sound quality from mic / speakers.  Other party often comments on the clarity of sound.
  • Comfort during multiple-hour sessions.  I was initially concerned with the size/weight, but it hasn't been an issue.
  • Battery life - easily lasts 8+ hours, and can even be used while charging.
  • Programmable controls on headset, which are application-aware.

Cons / Caveats:
  • Initially, had many issues with Logitech drivers and Windows 7 64-bit.  Control panel would crash, lost connection to the device, etc.
  • Drivers are flaky.  Updates seem to be mostly for game compatibility.
  • With UAC enabled, must run control panel as Administrator.
  • Audio levels reset themselves - Volume, Mic, AND Sidetone.
  • Sound isolating, and it is weird to not hear your own voice normally during conference calls.  Sidetone helps, but randomly resets level or disables itself!  This has been an often reported problem for a long time...

General Software Discussion / Re: Need a mass email program
« on: August 29, 2007, 11:07 AM »
Try fairlogic WorldCast - free for non-commercial use.  I have used the commercial version to send out HTML newsletters with custom merge fields.  It is easy to use, but I did encounter a compatibility issue with IE7.  They just released an update, which may resolve it.

In the interim, I switched to infacta GroupMail 5.  They also have a free edition which limits sending to 100 at a time.

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