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Easy Screencast Recorder / Re: Audio
« on: July 24, 2018, 02:44 AM »
Anyone tried putting a male + male cord from Headphone to Mic or Line In?  :-\

(Easy enough to try, just don't want to if something FUed  >:( happens)

It's not just three clicks :(, but the price is right :Thmbsup::

Audacity can import all kinds of sound files (like the demo mp3s from http://www.desktopme...vebox/groove_box.htm). If you mark up a measure or several and hold SHIFT when you click Play it will loop the selection. It also has Effects for changing speed, pitch and so on.

I use:
Google for mail, RSS and use their Documents more and more. If I had any big secrets I probably wouldn't use them in those cases. But its important to make local copies even though I almost always had been able to get to them.

Delicious with Firefox

Moodle- learning management system

I've used ReplaceEm a number of times and found it fast and reliable (backup is good default considering the mess a "misreplacement" can do.) 
But I think I'll download TextCrawler and give it a spin next time i need that.

General Review Discussion / Re: MiniReview: SpaceMonger
« on: May 10, 2007, 09:29 AM »
I use the old 1.40 freeware version all the time  :-*

"The Wubi program will ask you for a usename and password for the initial Ubuntu account (the usename field will prefill with your Windows usename).  At this point, the program will extract the iso into three virtual disk files in C:\wubi, which are mounted using a loopback when you boot into Ubuntu.  These three disks took +7gigs on my computer.  It will also modify your boot.ini file and drop some grub files into C:\."

Does this mean that I must have +7G free in C: ?
Is it possible to choose that to be placed in one of my other partitions?  I try to have a relatively small C: with only Windows and my MOST common programs, that can be quickly backuped and replaced.

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