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In The Beginning Was The d20. Daniel is a long-time computing geek who spends his days spreading this good word. Interests include painting, medieval swordsmanship, and every conceivable form of game design.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Custodian
Aug
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reviewed Edit How do I display the full title bar in Firefox 29?
Aug
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revised How do I display the full title bar in Firefox 29?
Added a link to existing figures, for a better answer. I myself was not finding "Customize" with the present answer alone.
May
4
answered How do I display the full title bar in Firefox 29?
May
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asked Looking for a way to duplicate toolbar/menu buttons in Firefox 29
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awarded  Caucus
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comment What is the danger of inserting and browsing an untrusted USB drive?
@EM Could happen - recent versions of explorer might, for example, construct thumbnails in sub-folders for pretty folder icons at the root, even if those subfolders are set never to show thumbnails.
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awarded  Revival
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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revised Unable to save drafts or send emails from Thunderbird under one XP login
Included solution.
Mar
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comment Windows 7 system reserved drive autorun popup
@Gary: The trouble with Safe mode is that the average PC now runs so much background software that narrowing it down can be hours of work. I don't blame you for not going there first; neither did I.
Mar
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answered Windows 7 system reserved drive autorun popup
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Editor
Feb
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revised Web service for sharing photo/videos from an event for a private group
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asked Web service for sharing photo/videos from an event for a private group
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Can the pad and stylus product achieve every mouse action?
@BukHix makes an important point here: it takes a little getting used to. Don't just try a stylus for five minutes; everything's clumsier at first as you adjust your whole way of working.