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I just started using this, and i must say this is a very useful app...good job :Thmbsup

Is there a way for the active window to snap to the next available element by using a shortcut?

e.g. I am using 2 parts of a 3-part grid, i open another window, i double-click MButton and the active window will snap to the third part.


Living Room / Re: Monitor Display problem
« on: September 14, 2006, 08:16 PM »
Thanks for all your advice.....i think too that my monitor is probably dying (do euthanasia by pulling the plug??? :P)

yesterday i did some more test...

1) first i off my monitor before starting up the com, then on it after a few seconds into the boot process, the monitor came on and i can see the last few bits of the boot message.

2) then i reset a few more times, but the display just wont on even at the windows logon screen.(the LED beside the ON switch on the monitor is green each time)

3) tried different combinations of pushing the ON monitor switch and reset button, nothing happen. Finally, tried the universal technique of getting electronics to work; i smack the monitor around (it works with my TV set !!!).

Basically, cannot get the display to come on anymore....just wish to see smoke coming out of the monitor to get some closure on this issue...


Living Room / Monitor Display problem
« on: September 13, 2006, 08:21 PM »

would like some advice on a problem that i have...

recently, my monitor exhibit a weird behaviour. When i startup my computer, the monitor will turn on, but there will be no display on the screen (no boot messages). The computer will run its course until it reaches the log in page of win XP which there is still no display. Yesterday i discovered a trick whereby at the login page, i turn off the monitor and turn on again, and the display will come on again.

i have try this trick during the boot process, but the boot message still wont come on. And also, without display i cannot go into the BIOS menu to troubleshoot.

Any idea what is causing this? Thanks in advance...

(By the way, i am using a CRT monitor Samsung 551s)


Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Keepass Password Safe mini-review
« on: July 04, 2006, 12:01 AM »
The one in "Options" where the default is Ctrl+Alt+A.....

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Keepass Password Safe mini-review
« on: July 03, 2006, 11:04 PM »
yes, the "CTRL+V to auto-type" function works fine....but the global hotkey doesn't work....
thanks for the quick reply... :Thmbsup:

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