If people don't like ads, they should get an "Ad Muncher" I say give it a try again.
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There was a TV show here in Australia, with a guy called Andrew Denton who was inspired by Rolf Harris and his version of Stairway to Heaven, each week he would have a different person in to do their versions of it, some spoken some sung. He compiled a CD of it all eventually, about 50 different versions of Stairway to Heaven (edit--more than 25 but i cant find a pic or exact number and i'm too lazy today to look any harder). Now that is overkill, lol-Grorgy (December 20, 2007, 12:37 AM)
closing down sale maybe ?-tomos (December 20, 2007, 03:23 AM)
I got a "Christmas" mail from them
(must have downloaded some trial at some stage but dont have any of their stuff)
In the spirit of Christmas and New Year celebrations, we have just started a limited time BIG special offer - 50% discount on all GemX applications. Please visit http://www.gemx.com for further details.-tomos (December 19, 2007, 05:50 PM)
But make sure that the five posts have to come from wallflowers! Perhaps people who have not posted recently (3 months, 6 months, ever or something like that).-Darwin (December 18, 2007, 05:43 PM)
I recently faced some hardware issues with my dual monitor setup. Anytime I ran a graphics intensive program the display would get garbled before completely freezing, forcing me to hit the power button. On one of these occasions when I waited a little longer to reset the PC, a BSOD flashed very briefly and the PC complete froze again with a garbled display. I tried to emulate this a few times with a camera in my hand (feeling like a complete idiot, as you may have guessed) and having absolutely no luck. The problem was finally sorted out but maybe I could have solved the matter a lot earlier if I could have viewed the BSOD. Are these pretty babies recorded somewhere (I looked for error.log or similarly named files to no avail) or is there some other way of getting this info?-nosh (December 16, 2007, 02:17 AM)
I really need a software to monitor for newly added ebay items of specific category and keywords...
also to notify if there is a 'buy it now' item with less than specified price
thanks-kalos (September 22, 2007, 02:23 PM)
Keynote 1.6.9 / WinOrganizer 4.0 build 1049 (Can never make up my mind which I am using)
foobar2000 0.9.5 beta 7
SlickRun 188.8.131.52 (alpha)
Em Editor Pro 6.00.4
Miranda IM 0.7.3
Newsleecher 3.9 beta 11
Screenshot Captor 2.37.03
Media Player Classic 184.108.40.206
Orbit Downloader 2.4.3-vegas (December 09, 2007, 06:49 AM)
Yes, I've been using KeePass for years - once you get used to the extra work required to set-up the auto-type information for each important password, hitting a hotkey populates the data just as Roboform does. I use KeePass for a lot more than just passwords though - registration codes can be kept in the notes section, along with an attached copy of the original email. You can also store all your bank details and other private information there too.
I still use Roboform for holding my contacts list though, which is very useful functionality.
My only concern is the .NET development path that KeePass 2 is heading down, altough is no big deal as Password Safe can easily import a KeePass file if this ever becomes a problem. Would love to move to Password Safe, but it just doesn't quite have KeePass' functionality and usability yet.-mnemonic (December 09, 2007, 05:37 AM)
It was vegas posting here: https://www.donation...60.msg89251#msg89251
Wordzilla's search tweaks are just AWESOME! I guess I'm showing my "DC Age" when I say: "Yup. I remember when searching the Donationcoder forum was a waste of time".-Darwin (December 08, 2007, 06:01 PM)
Crap I don't do any of those!
Music should be on the list though-Deozaan (November 28, 2007, 03:49 PM)