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I do research and design for a small engineering firm in Northern Virginia. I also enjoy expanding my amateur's knowledge of cryptography and security. I coach girls' volleyball with a club in Northern Virginia.


Feb
25
comment MS Word custom style displays white separator lines
That's actually an excellent reason, one I hadn't considered. Please put that explanation into your question. (Click the little "edit" button right below the tags and write it in.) I don't know of any tools that would support what you're looking for, but with that new information I'm sure someone out there could tell you.
Feb
25
comment MS Word custom style displays white separator lines
You may wish to edit your question to indicate why you are trying to use Word to view code. Understanding your reasons for using Word to view code would make it easier to answer the question in a way that's useful to you. (Without offense, using Word to view code has the feeling of attempting to drive a screw with a hammer. You can do it, but there are better tools.)
Feb
25
comment x32 and x64 architecture difference in operating with numbers
The Wiki article on PAE would be relevant also.
Dec
23
comment How do I encrypt a Samsung Evo 840 SSD?
Encrypting SSDs is problematic due to wear leveling. I don't know all the specifics to it, but you might find a related question at Security.SE helpful. (Note that this is from a security perspective rather than implementation.)
Dec
8
comment How to reboot WAG54G2 from Web Management
@Synetech: Indeed. Hence the "superficially" bit. You're right that I should have been more explicit. Alex, if you could edit the answer to explain how it's different and what it does, it would be a better answer than it is now. That's what we're all about here at Stack Exchange: The best possible answers to questions.
Dec
8
comment How to reboot WAG54G2 from Web Management
Superficially this looks the same as the answer from 2011. What makes this one different?
Dec
8
comment Subdomain redirection to a home server with public IP
You're welcome. I'm happy to help.
Dec
6
comment How to rmdev a list of hdisk in one shot in AIX
Could you perhaps expand on the answer to explain how it works? It's not terribly difficult to understand, but not everyone is familiar with the syntax of AIX terminal commands. Explaining how it works will make the answer better for future visitors to the site.
Dec
6
comment Win 8 App Store not working for Domain User
Not everyone on Super User is a Powershell expert. Although the command is self-explanatory enough, please consider editing an explanation into your answer.
Nov
26
comment Sony Vaio E14 upgraded to Windows 8.1 has fan on full all the time
Greetings Chris, welcome to Super User. This site, like all sites in the Stack Exchange network, is intended to be a repository of questions and answers to benefit future visitors. In keeping with this goal, answers are encouraged to explain the solution in as much detail as necessary. You might edit your answer to describe what Catalyst Suite does, how it applies to the problem described in the question, and how to use it once it's installed. This will also save people time by not making them follow an extra link unless they actually want to try the software.
Nov
26
comment How to calculate percentage in Google Docs
I would suggest that you copy a small sample set of data here so we can see what you're looking at without having to go off-site to look at it. Off the top of my head, I have a feeling you want to look at AVERAGEIF().
Nov
19
comment How to populate another worksheet with real time data
Greetings, Angie, welcome to Superuser. We focus on specific answers to specific questions here. It's a lot easier to answer questions about Excel if you give us example data that demonstrates the behavior you're trying to replicate. Also, is the log a worksheet in the document, or is it a text file export? Tell us as much as you can about what precisely you're trying to get done. More information is always better!
Oct
25
comment Setting up a shared remote git repository without root privileges (solved) using ssh keys to manage per user access?
Welcome to Stack Exchange. It's good that you found out how to solve your problem. Take the solution you found and move it to an answer, and then remove the answer section from your question. (You can click that little "edit" button under the tags.) This makes both of them easier to read.
Oct
22
comment suggested algorithms to prevent “image persistence” on an LCD screen
Is there a particular reason you used a URL shortener rather than linking directly to your jsfiddle? There's plenty of room to post full URLs in questions, and most people, including me, prefer to see exactly where a link goes rather than having to use an unshortener. Aside from that, it's a fairly interesting question. Welcome to Stack Exchange.
Oct
22
comment What configuration entries are changed through the graphical options interface?
I edited the question to try to make it better fit what I think you're asking. It looks like an interesting question if I've understood it correctly. If the edit was all wrong, tell us how, and that will help too.
Oct
22
comment What configuration entries are changed through the graphical options interface?
Not eveything in about:config is accessible from the graphical options dialogs. Tell us more about what you're trying to do and how you've tried to solve it so far.
Oct
21
comment Convert pdf presentation to video?
Do you mean "I want a program to do this for me, tell me about different ones"? That would be off-topic, since we don't do recommendations. If you mean "Is there a way to do this built into my Linux distribution?", that's closer to being on-topic, but in that case you need to tell us what you've tried and why it didn't work. Stack Exchange is all about specific answers to specific questions, and as it stands right now your question isn't really specific enough to be answered.
Jul
15
comment Is there a way to globally limit Flash Player frame rate to release CPU resources?
Do you particularly want that ad banner there? (Supporting the website it's on, etc.) If not, AdBlock+ is your friend. NoScript's Flash blocking capability will also prevent resource hogging. I realize this is outside the bounds of the list you posted, which is why this is a comment and not an answer.
Apr
8
comment Remapping CAPS to Escape on Windows 7 without SharpKeys
Greetings Justin, welcome to SuperUser. We generally encourage expanding on information found in links. Could you perhaps edit in a summary of the information? This way we have something even if the links go out of date.
Mar
28
comment How do I use rsync to backup my Mac to a NAS?
Greetings, Michael, welcome to SuperUser. Generally speaking, it's best to add at least a short summary of content you link to, just in case the links ever go down. Could you edit your answer to include a little of the information you link to?