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C# .NET / ASP.NET Developer for a local business building tools & Websites.

Apr
16
comment Moving Icons from one page to another in the Windows 7 Taskbar
Ooh! didn't think of this! Works Great for taskbars on top/bottom of the screen but not on the side. I like it though, and it does the job! Thankyou!
Apr
16
comment Moving Icons from one page to another in the Windows 7 Taskbar
@Ampersand The issue isn't opening programs. I only have about 1/2 the bar pinned, mainly so the things i use the most are on page 1, and things that are secondary are on the 2nd+ page(s). I'm looking to move something that's already open onto the 1/2 of page 1 that's not pinned so i can access it readily.
Apr
16
asked Moving Icons from one page to another in the Windows 7 Taskbar
Jul
27
comment Plain .tar.gz binary distribution of LIbreOffice?
Yes that's an option, but it's not guaranteed to work all the time, as you need dependencies, etc... Fortunately you had them, glad it worked out for you.
Jul
27
comment Torrent client for Emacs
.... Someone actually built a torrent client for EMACS? /facepalm
Jul
27
comment Plain .tar.gz binary distribution of LIbreOffice?
For what it's worth, following the instructions on the developer page i linked will get you the dependencies you need to compile it pretty fast.
Jul
27
comment Plain .tar.gz binary distribution of LIbreOffice?
You're prettymuch going to have to compile it yourself unless you use a .deb or .rpm. The code has to compile for your distro of linux.
Jul
27
answered Plain .tar.gz binary distribution of LIbreOffice?
Jun
28
comment What is the purpose of Mozilla's “Rapid Release Plan”?
@The White Phoenix: This is why I mentioned in my post that it suits browsers in the consumer market.
Jun
28
answered What is the purpose of Mozilla's “Rapid Release Plan”?
Jun
9
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Apr
22
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Apr
22
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Jan
28
accepted Disable Live Messenger's Link Nanny
Jan
28
comment Disable Live Messenger's Link Nanny
Oh god thank you :)
Jan
28
asked Disable Live Messenger's Link Nanny
Nov
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Nov
1
comment What is Apache Synapse?
It's probably using a botnet. I don't think banning those IPs would help anyone a whole lot.
Sep
24
comment Is saving the images with progressive property in Photoshop helping the images uploading in the browsers?
It's not completely useless, but it's less important now. It allows people on slow connections to get a vague picture at the start that slowly increases in quality versus showing up line by line.
Sep
24
answered Simple way to monitor and analyze home network traffic, via proxy?