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Oct
7
comment How can I use Photoshop's 'Replace Color' function with the color white
I have both, and trying the 32-bit now, the menu is the same as in the 64 bit, so same as with the .png pic from my previous comment, no "Transparency" submenu. And I did copy the filter so I have C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC\Required\Plug-Ins\Filters\elimwhit.8bf
Oct
7
comment How can I use Photoshop's 'Replace Color' function with the color white
I see the readme_e.txt says "Apply the filter by choosing "Eliminate White" from the Filter > Transparency submenu." but I don't see that option i.imgur.com/OEXRLho.png
Oct
7
comment I can't set a program as the default to open a filetype with in Windows 7
so was acrobat always opening it? and you couldn't stop acrobat from opening it until you change the file association within blowfish itself?
Oct
7
comment I can't set a program as the default to open a filetype with in Windows 7
@Gedalya can you open the program directly and then the file within the program? and when you choose to open it with your program, what program if any does it try to open the file in?
Oct
7
answered I can't set a program as the default to open a filetype with in Windows 7
Oct
7
comment How to tunnel a port from a server behind a firewall to a remote server that allows connections via ssh?
did you get anywhere with it?
Oct
7
comment IP Address last 3 digits?
maybe you are reading yahoo's ip address. you could paste the header here and replace sensitive info with equivalent info.
Oct
5
comment installing a motherboard tips?
21st century, take some pictures.
Oct
4
comment Can I have a drop down menu for multiple tabs, in Chrome?
very nice extension. I have switch my accepted answer to be your answer, because your extension has an option to dock it. That is a feature i've been looking for. scroll bar is tiny though.
Oct
4
accepted Can I have a drop down menu for multiple tabs, in Chrome?
Oct
3
comment Filter packets sent via HTTP to a port other then 80?
@grawity well, tcpdump can check for particular byte values so maybe it can in theory check if http request is a POST, even if tcpdump doesn't have 'HTTP related keywords' in its 'instruction set'.
Oct
3
comment Filter packets sent via HTTP to a port other then 80?
@nik ok and subject ok now too, -1 removed.
Oct
3
comment Filter packets sent via HTTP to a port other then 80?
-1 his subject says tcpdump. If he wants other than tcpdump(as his comment suggests) then you or he or somebody, should correct the subject. But writing an answer that doesn't match the subject seems like a bad answer to me.
Oct
2
comment What is the “real-life” noticeable difference between different processors with similar architectures?
well I guess a big difference, but for real life it's quite likely a bigger or at least massive difference, comes from using an SSD hard drive. windows load times on a slow atom processor is bloody fast with an ssd and even internet seems much faster.
Oct
2
comment Teamviewer to a computer that is Teamviewered to you
@Keltari I avoided using it for a while after somebody thought I was installing something called "Teen Viewer". But fortunately they never again asked me to fix their computer and what with their naked little children running around me, it's a lucky get away ;-)
Oct
2
comment Teamviewer to a computer that is Teamviewered to you
@Bob fortunately a computer technician can repair the hole in the space-time continuum, and make it shrink and disappear rather than grow almost exponentially!
Oct
2
comment Teamviewer to a computer that is Teamviewered to you
probably.. VNC does, it's amusing. windows open up within other windows. And it doesn't even crash I don't think, I think the computer runs out of RAM with VNC.. So you have to have a cmd prompt open and do taskkill /f /im vncviewer.exe or something like that and it goes through all processes terminating them very fast, faster than they open.. Or you could try to manually close them faster than they're opening. If you succeed in closing the windows faster than they open, then you can save the day too. that's with VNC. Teamviewer may have similarities.
Oct
1
comment nc -v -w 1 111.111.111.111 -z 22 returns port 22 (tcp) timed out: Operation now in progress
and that nc command from the win machine?
Oct
1
comment Disk space after downloading from mega.co.nz less twice of file size
@MArk you should accept his answer there's an option like clicking a tick
Sep
30
revised Why do some Operating systems require reboots for certain tasks?
add link to booby answer