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Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! Some humorous cartoons.
« Last post by IainB on Today at 12:42 AM »
I just today came across the website investors.com, where they seem to have quite a few clever and amusing cartoons about US current affairs (where "the American condition" seems to be  the object of mirth) and politics (where the borax seems to get poked equally at all parties).

In current affairs:
(a) there's this one, where I think the elephant represents the US voting public. In the first image, he has a blue tie, in the second a red tie and also in the third - where he seems punch-drunk from all the strong but polarised (they polarised him) and conflicting messages. Subtle.
Elephant changing its colours US election 2016 [humour].jpg

(b) there's this pragmatic puzzle - an externality caused by political correctness aligned with religio-political ideology - and that plainly now remains to be addressed/solved by society:
LBGT gender confusion restrooms [humour].jpg

(c) there's a child explaining the real climate problem to an utterly confused scientist. Look at the amusing detail on the chalkboard, chalking up the "decline" in the scientist's thinking, echoing "the writing's on the wall". Subtle. The cartoonist doesn't seem to miss a thing in the details.
Climate - diminishing settled science [humour].jpg

(d) then there's this "other side of the coin" one.
Mexico should build a wall 2016 [humour].jpg
N.A.N.Y. 2017 / Re: NANY 2017: Calculor - A Live, Handy, Dandy, Inline Calculator
« Last post by BGM on August 16, 2017, 10:40 PM »
Okay, try it now, please!
General Software Discussion / Re: Edit this Autoexec.bat?
« Last post by 4wd on August 16, 2017, 09:44 PM »
Split it over multiple lines is one option:

Code: Text [Select]
  1. @echo off
  2. set PATH=.;\;\LOCALE;C:\rar330;C:\editv12;C:\FILEMAN\FILEMAN
  3. set PATH=%PATH%;C:\FREEDOS\PSRINVAD;C:\freedos\dosedit\bin;
  4. echo Using US-English keyboard with US-English codepage [437]


Code: Text [Select]
  1. @echo off
  2. set PATH=.;\;\LOCALE;C:\rar330;C:\editv12;C:\FILEMAN\FILEMAN;^
  3. C:\FREEDOS\PSRINVAD;C:\freedos\dosedit\bin;
  4. echo Using US-English keyboard with US-English codepage [437]

NOTE: Works fine for normal DOS but who knows for FreeDOS.
Living Room / Re: Non IT Project Website
« Last post by colder69 on August 16, 2017, 08:37 PM »
Nice bike! And yeah the website may need some improvement, but not bad for a start.
Find And Run Robot / Re: Latest FARR Release 2.229.01 - Mar 24, 2017
« Last post by mouser on August 16, 2017, 07:06 PM »
Welcome to the site, insulae  :up:
I'm glad you are liking the program.

Someone *just* reported this same bug the other day -- I'm not sure how/when it slipped in.
I'll be away from my desk this week but I'll try to get it fixed next week.
Find And Run Robot / Re: Latest FARR Release 2.229.01 - Mar 24, 2017
« Last post by insulae on August 16, 2017, 06:28 PM »

(first my english is bad)

I come from Linux, I am sysadmin, but now i need to use a windows machine. In linux I have a "custom desktop" very minimal, and i use gmrun (is old and simple but works)

Now I needed something similar but in windows and i found FARR, IS GREAT!!
To many configuration and clears, very flexible. Has everything i dream :P.

So many thanks, And I want to thank you at least with a possible bug  ;)

First: i used a "vanilla" configuration

Second: the problem is when i use a configuration like (image farr1)


and i search more than "my windows size" FARR generate the scroll, but if i want go down using the keyboard the scroll not response, "the selected item go lost"  like (image farr2)


the next item "dont get down" the window remains fixed. If i move the scroll with the mouse works ok!.

Third: i think "is a bug" because when i change the option "result display style" to "small icon report, the scroll go down perfectly with keyboard and mouse, like (image farr3)

Thanks and regards, On my next "internet purchase" I will buy a license from the site (the US Dollar is expensive for me  :mad:)

Edit1: I'm using the portable version, I do not know if that can influence
General Software Discussion / Re: Multi Search in the windows registry and options
« Last post by Curt on August 16, 2017, 05:25 PM »
http://www.resplendence.com/registrar €45 ($48) Resplendence Software, Registrar Registry Manager

award-winning registry management solution with a wealth of powerful features

Features: http://www.resplendence.com/registrar_features

The interface is similar to Windows Explorer. You can use the navigation buttons to browse through the registry. You can use drag & drop or the clipboard to copy and move registry keys

among many many other features:

Advanced Registry Compare
Compare two registry keys with each other in detail. You can compare local registry, remote registries and registry files. Matching and missing items and differences in registry data will be reported in detail.

 Multi-level undo
Registrar supports multi-levl undo. You can undo any changes made to the registry by using the undo feature. Simply press CTRL+Z to undo the latest action or select any previous action from the list that Registrar maintains.

They have a free home version and it is worth the price.... You need the Pro version. Click to enlarge:

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Hourly chime software (like Cuckoo for Mac)
« Last post by nogojoe on August 16, 2017, 05:04 PM »
@orbis: Uploaded a new version with corrected timing.

@nogojoe: I'm sorry, but I can't replicate your problem.

Thanks Skommel there must be some issue with my computer.

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