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I'm not a computer expert but I think the problem is somehow linked to the "notification Area" on the taskbar. When I clean the "notification area" tray icons the problem goes away for a while. My solutiuon is to flush out the "notification are" icons when the problem comes back. I don't know if this will work foe everyone else but it does for me.
"Fences" allows you to organize icons into their own little areas. It might be worth a look: http://www.stardock.com/products/fences/
I can only think of a few options and only one is arguably practical: Fill your entire primary screen with dummy files Set your primary monitor to the monitor where you want the files saved You can use a tool like https://www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/ and or http://sourceforge.net/projects/dualmonitortb/ to help manage things.
Yes, you can do exactly what you want. In order to accomplish your goal, you need to disable auto arrange and thus enable free sorting. Full instructions are detailed here: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/92758-windows-explorer-auto-arrange-disable.html Have fun!
DesktopOK as stated here, supposedly allows multiple icon configurations to be saved and reselected. http://www.online-tech-tips.com/computer-tips/how-to-save-your-desktop-icon-layout-in-windows-xp/ http://download.cnet.com/DesktopOK-64-bit/3000-2072_4-75152737.html
Yes, touch enabled devices display this by default. Type the word folder into your Start menu, then click Folder Options from the search results that display in the menu. From the View tab of the window that pops up, find the option to disable "use checkboxes to select items". Source: ...
I had same problem with the shield on some icons but I found a way around it without using any other software or registry editing. The way to do it is simple. Say you have ms word with shield on it on desktop. What you do is: Delete it from desktop. Goto where ms word folder is and open it. (ms office) Right click on ms word and create a short cut in the ...
You can add custom context menu entry to the filetype based on its extension. Here is an example for *.exe : Open Regedit Navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe Make sure that the key called (Default) exists and its value is exefile Navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell Create key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\YourCustomCommand Create key ...
Another way of getting rid of the icon is to fully open an email - any email - in a new window (not just in the preview pane) by double-clicking it.
I found another solution. It's maybe not the best, but maybe for some people it could be useful. First i created a textarea. Than i pasted ↔ and ↕. Then i go to advanced font settings, and adjust the letter distance so the two symbols are stacked up together. The result:
This is a cursor and comes from the corresponding CUR file in the directory C:\Windows\Cursors The variants of this particular cursor are located in files with names "move_*.cur" in that directory. Word does not allow to import a .CUR file directly but you can open such file in IrfanView, save as PNG and then insert the image in a Word document.
the windows charmap doesn't contain this symbol. But you can simply use a special symbol font where's it included. http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/3.2.1/icon/move/ So just download Font-Awesome http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/ and install the "fontawesome-webfont.ttf" onto your computer. (You can find it in the zip-file subfolder ...
Technically, Word supports all Unicode characters. So if you can find the symbol here, you could copy/paste it. I quickly glanced over the list but couldn't find it. The font you use should also include a glyph for that particular symbol. If you can't find the symbol you want, you can obviously paste the image you used above. Or use a custom font, as Fuzzy ...
Does your image have an alpha channel? You posted a JPEG file on your question. Is this the image you are trying to convert? If so, you'll need the image with transparency in the first place saved in a different format that supports it, like PNG. Example: The JPEG format does not store an alpha channel and thus does not have transparency.
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