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seen Dec 21 at 20:05
Bioinformatics reasearch, mostly with MATLAB.

Nov
18
asked Cheap Windows 7 - is it a scam?
Sep
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
awarded  Critic
Sep
1
comment Change date language (months, week days) without changing system locale in Windows 7
OK, finally made it work even under Win7. MS made the installation a nightmare, but compatibility mode helps. @Brian, I can accept if you submit it as an answer. Thanks a lot!
Aug
31
comment Change date language (months, week days) without changing system locale in Windows 7
Hmm, looks like it doesn't work for Windows 7. Googling...
Aug
31
comment Change date language (months, week days) without changing system locale in Windows 7
Thanks, @Brian. I believe this is the way to go. Will explore it. Please submit it as an answer. It'd be great if you can extend it a little. Maybe by providing direct links to the Locale Builder and a tutorial. Thanks!
Aug
30
awarded  Student
Aug
30
asked Change date language (months, week days) without changing system locale in Windows 7
Oct
18
awarded  Scholar
Oct
18
accepted Change User locale but keep all settings for English (U.S.) in Windows7
Oct
2
comment Change User locale but keep all settings for English (U.S.) in Windows7
@eakkas: This makes it clearmuch more. I think it's good to keep your answer. I'll google, but some link would be useful for future readers. Thanks a lot!
Oct
1
revised Change User locale but keep all settings for English (U.S.) in Windows7
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Oct
1
comment Change User locale but keep all settings for English (U.S.) in Windows7
Sorry I don't understand your answer. I set Windows 7 as a tag. I have to change both System and User locales to Russian for MATLAB to work. I need days of week and months to show correctly (in English) in MS Office, for example.
Oct
1
asked Change User locale but keep all settings for English (U.S.) in Windows7
Aug
7
revised Simple windows batch file that will copy a file to a folder, and create a sub-folder with timestamp
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Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Dec
23
revised STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)
registry entry added
Dec
23
revised STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)
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Dec
23
comment STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)
@John: Yes, without redirection everything works well. I do see the output string in the console. Thanks
Dec
22
revised STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)
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