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A happy developer. But she's the main() reason:
Me and Jéssica


Apr
21
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
8
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
8
awarded  Excavator
Mar
8
revised Does “Mount volume as removable medium” reduce the chances of data corruption with a TrueCrypt encrypted USB hard drive?
SE Markdown sometimes needs a little HTML to support a few corner cases.
Mar
7
suggested approved edit on Does “Mount volume as removable medium” reduce the chances of data corruption with a TrueCrypt encrypted USB hard drive?
Mar
5
comment Get rid of MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase on external drive (under System Volume Information)
@Karan hm, I already know how to delete it, and since I keep system files visible (maybe I'm paranoid but it scares me that something is there but is hidden), it does bother me. But you gave me an idea, of running a script/small .exe every time the drive loads, and delete that folder/file. It's one solution...
Mar
5
comment Get rid of MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase on external drive (under System Volume Information)
@Karan I want to store data on the drive, and I don't want to have MyFolder1, MyFolder2 and "System Volume Information". So mostly "it's my drive, not Windows'". For this same reason I disable things like thumbs.db generation.
Mar
4
asked Get rid of MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase on external drive (under System Volume Information)
Feb
24
comment IBM WATSON tied yesterday Feb 14 2011 in Jeopardy, is this the beginning of a new era in supercomputing?
@Marin Yes, but imagine how much it'd suck if Watson failed to answer something just because its speech recognition messed the words (pretty likely to happen). Also, I wonder how fun it could be for them to have a Watson user at StackOverflow lol. Jon Skeet would be the Ken Jennings.
Jan
21
comment Why are start-up times faster on Windows 7 than on XP?
Hey! Why you guys close questions that are good and useful?! >:(
Jan
21
comment ffdshow DXVA vs. MPC-HC internal DXVA in k-lite setup
Your answer addresses the point and I think you're right, differences should be minor. Besides, problems should be obvious (such as video artifacts or bad performance).
Jan
21
accepted ffdshow DXVA vs. MPC-HC internal DXVA in k-lite setup
Jan
17
awarded  Self-Learner
Nov
15
accepted How to change Tomboy's monospaced font (on Windows)?
Nov
10
revised How to change Tomboy's monospaced font (on Windows)?
Solved.
Nov
10
answered How to change Tomboy's monospaced font (on Windows)?
Nov
10
comment Software to rename files with Japanese or Korean character/letter filenames to their Romanized (Roman/Latin letters) equivalents
Yeah, maybe contacting the developer and asking kindly would go some length, but it seems smarter than just a map. Japanese has no spaces, but that thing can break up words. For example, input this: 私はただマップはないです (note that there are no spaces in the input, but words are broken up correctly in the transliterated output).
Nov
10
asked How to change Tomboy's monospaced font (on Windows)?
Nov
10
comment Software to rename files with Japanese or Korean character/letter filenames to their Romanized (Roman/Latin letters) equivalents
For the record, I used this and renamed manually: romaji.org
Nov
10
comment ffdshow DXVA vs. MPC-HC internal DXVA in k-lite setup
You mean K-Lite messed up your computer? Strange... I usually install it before another player (currently using VLC for music and MPC-HC for video), maybe the order matters. But, considering the CCCP package is one year old, I wonder about bugs that there might be on the codecs. And the other download (don't know what it is) is almost six years old! I don't usually mind using old software, but since K-Lite is updated frequently (last update 5 days ago), it just seems like a better choice. And it never messed up anything (which player do you use?).