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Feb
10
comment Indent paragraph following heading to match heading's indentation
@MátéJuhász I meant - every paragraph besides headings. Headings should keep their indentation.
Feb
10
comment Indent paragraph following heading to match heading's indentation
@0xA3 Thanks. I didn't know that was possible.
Feb
10
comment Indent paragraph following heading to match heading's indentation
@fixer1234 Creating styles will mean any changes later (to the text paragraph style) will have to be done on each of them, and I won't be able to easily select all text except headings etc. As for native Word design - I'm looking for something even more native - having a paragraph's text's indentation be automatically as the preceding text's even when the preceding text is a heading. (Edited to include "indentation".)
Feb
9
asked Indent paragraph following heading to match heading's indentation
Jan
14
asked Open linked document instead of current one
Nov
25
comment Can the Pro version of Windows 10 be installed by the Media Creation Tool?
Thanks for looking.
Nov
25
comment Firefox web proxy not being called
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 IIS (as far as I know - iisexpress), Windows 10 Pro, x64, Visual Studio 2015, Web application project - Default empty Web Forms project + the handler + defaultDocument in web.config, there is no applicationhost.config in the project, and the site is localhost (- it's not public facing. It's just my computer.)
Nov
25
accepted Can the Pro version of Windows 10 be installed by the Media Creation Tool?
Nov
25
comment Can the Pro version of Windows 10 be installed by the Media Creation Tool?
Thanks. (Any official source?)
Nov
25
comment Firefox web proxy not being called
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 See edit for the error message (in Firefox) itself.
Nov
25
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Nov
25
comment Firefox web proxy not being called
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I actually tried setting the handler as the default page for the application and simply used localhost with the port. It didn't work. (Since it didn't help - I didn't mention it. Assuming that I'm missing something else here.) And as before - browsing to http://localhost:50824 does work. Firefox, on the other hand, never calls it.
Nov
25
asked Can the Pro version of Windows 10 be installed by the Media Creation Tool?
Nov
25
comment Firefox web proxy not being called
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 a) Why is localhost any worse than any other ip address? (I tried 127.0.0.1 as well.) b) I don't expect it to be a proxy. This is just the first step. (I actually did write some of that proxy code as well, but obviously I can't test that until it's being called.) I know it's not being called because a breakpoint I put there is not being hit. It is hit when browsing http://localhost:50824/Handler1.ashx so I know the handler is "activated".
Nov
25
asked Firefox web proxy not being called
Nov
3
asked Change name of email type user account on Windows 10
Oct
12
asked See a drive's default letter assignment
Oct
11
comment How does a shortcut work on a flash drive when the drive letter may change?
Perfect. Thanks.
Oct
11
accepted How does a shortcut work on a flash drive when the drive letter may change?
Oct
11
comment How does a shortcut work on a flash drive when the drive letter may change?
Before posting the question, I tested a link and it did still work. Perhaps because of the shell link resolution you linked to. But - How did you "assign" a letter to your flash drive? All I know is that it's done automatically by the OS.