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Software developer.


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comment Create an alias in Windows XP
'color OA' should probably be 'color 0A'.
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comment Force cleartype fonts in Google Chrome
I found an extension that allows the replacement of a handful of sans-serif fonts chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/… . It's primarily for font snobs, but allows you to choose a custom font (e.g. Calibri) to use instead of Arial. Unfortunately it doesn't allow you to replace Times New Roman or Courier New.
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revised Firefox 4 show tools menu in button interface
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accepted Firefox 4 show tools menu in button interface
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comment Firefox 4 show tools menu in button interface
Indeed. There are a couple of addons that I use that make use of the tools menu. Perhaps there should be a special "Addons" menu for extensions to put their settings there?
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answered Firefox 4 show tools menu in button interface
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accepted Mirror local directory to Google Docs
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revised Mirror local directory to Google Docs
clarified question and corrected grammar.
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asked Mirror local directory to Google Docs
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comment Force cleartype fonts in Google Chrome
I do have cleartype enabled. I was asking about forcing webpages to use fonts with cleartype hinting if possible (e.g. Cabrili, Cambria, Consolas). The cleartype fonts as they're usually referred to are much easier to read, in my opinion, than the default fonts that websites usually specify (i.e. Arial or Times New Roman).