« on: March 25, 2010, 06:57 AM »
Yes, I know about the Global Hotkeys, but I was hoping that I could replace FFs Ctrl+B to search Linkman. I can probably make an AHK script for it, though.
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this doesn't help, but it sounds like (?) a power hum (leaking from the PS?)As I said, disabling the soundcard DOES have an effect, which is why I'd like to find a tool to help me out
if it is then disabling the soundcard probably won't have any effect (the fact that muting has no effect would seem to support this...)-Target (March 23, 2010, 07:15 PM)
Are you remembering to run it from an elevated command prompt?Yes, I ran it with elevated privileges. Devcon is able to find all hardware devices, but it wouldn't let me disable a device.
Also, have you tried disabling any sound-related mixing devices you don't use? Probably not related, but on a number of computers, I've had annoying background noise until I disabled stuff like Mic in and midi.-f0dder (March 23, 2010, 07:34 PM)
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I'm under the impression that Softmaker 2010 is now out of beta. I haven't tried it, but I was impressed the few times I've used the 2008 version.Yes, you're right about SoftMaker Office 2010 for Windows, it was released in December IIRC. The Linux version is still in beta testing, however.-cyberdiva (February 22, 2010, 10:05 PM)
Softmaker 2010 beta has huge kerneling problems. And scroll is jumpy full screen. it feels like a wine app.Hopefully being beta is the important clue and it will work out better when finished-urlwolf (February 22, 2010, 04:10 AM)
I have been challenged, by my wife, to read every one of the books in my massive collection (just over 150) of Isaac Asimov literature.that's quite an Asimov collection, indeed! I've only read "I, Robot", which I really liked, btw. I've got a few more that I want to read eventually.-parkint (February 19, 2010, 11:03 AM)
> "To their defense, though, they did fix my issue promptly. It's too bad they behave like this"I "complained" because I couldn't find an answer to my specific question, and found it odd that you removed my post. I would imagine it was a question that someone else might ask as well, which is a benefit with a forum support system vs purely e-mail support, there is a public search functiion. Your e-mail and support was top notch, however. Btw, the page you link to does not give an answer to the problem I had I know that if I use it for commercial purposes I'd be cheating you, but I didn't and you acknowledged that, hence me saying your support was top notch when I explained my problem.
@Tuckndar: Why complain? Because we clean up our forum from questions that are already asked elsewhere in order to keep the forum easy to browse for you? Is it more important for you to get quick help or is it more important for you that redundant postings populate our forum for the pure sake of archiving?-BartelsMedia (February 13, 2010, 03:11 PM)