the non-performance of the native WIndows hotkey feature-rjbull (May 23, 2010, 04:22 PM)
I've always found the native feature kind of iffy.
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You can easily add a "search engine" to firefox for almost every site that has a search form: just right-click into the search field and select "Add a Keyword for this search...", give it a name and a (preferably short) keyword.
Now you can type "<keyword> <search query>" in the address bar and firefox will open the search results of that site. I use it frequently for dict.cc and wikipedia, where this approach works very well. Search forms that are submitted by POST are harder or impossible to use this way.-housetier (May 22, 2010, 05:14 PM)
Did someone author a script for Firefox, for 'Google Define'?-Curt (May 22, 2010, 12:18 PM)
Then you haven't heard of "WordStar" - a highly popular word processor from the early days of PC computing. It was one of the best examples of a raft of programs that used multiple-key hotkeys to perform commands; so popular was it that WordStar command sequences became an quasi- industry standard.-Markham (May 22, 2010, 11:58 AM)
To send the hotkey sequence Alt+Space+N, simply press and hold the Alt key, then press the space bar followed by the N key. You can release the Alt key either immediately before or after pressing the N key.
Mark-Markham (May 22, 2010, 11:58 AM)
And Apple has reversed its stance.-wraith808 (May 20, 2010, 10:45 AM)
She said a clerk told her it was to prevent iPads from reaching the black market.What black market? Is that what they're calling ebay now?
Well, today I was changing the settings inside AnVir Task Manager Pro, and the following words that I never read or understood before suddenly made new sense to me:Wow. Thanks for the update.
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This will explain why Outpost was able to cause problems; it was checking all traffic and each and every homepage I was visiting. AnVir knew all along that such a feature can cause errors!-Curt (May 19, 2010, 11:31 AM)
It has been said that Prostitution is the Oldest Profession.
In disagreement, I proport that Advertising is the Oldest.
My evidence is the fact that even Prostitutes had to Advertise!-parkint (May 14, 2010, 11:35 PM)
i hope this doesn't turn into another chicken or egg debate.. but i disagree that advertising is older because logically a profession had to exist before being to able to advertise.-lanux128 (May 15, 2010, 01:10 AM)
I found the following code, and it works for the table of contents. I don't know if it works fro all fields of all type, but it works for the TOC, so I'm happy for now:Good for you. I actually gave it a shot and I couldn't get anything to work including this code which is supposed to work according to the help file. I hate VBA.Code: Visual Basic [Select]-superboyac (May 14, 2010, 03:42 PM)