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Jan
18
asked Change gridline colour or style in MS Word 2010
Dec
3
comment How to go to the bottom of the file on startup in Notepad++
Notepad++ (5.8.6 at least) has an annoying bug which scrolls to the physical line (as determined by newline characters) without taking into account the number of lines shown onscreen. If word wrap is enabled and any of the lines above this line wrap, it can be pushed offscreen, even though the cursor is at the right place.
Oct
24
answered Software that can identify and remove foreground objects from image
Oct
24
answered Software that can identify and remove foreground objects from image
Oct
24
revised Software that can identify and remove foreground objects from image
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Oct
24
answered Software that can identify and remove foreground objects from image
Oct
24
comment Software that can identify and remove foreground objects from image
This is a great question for the Photography SE! A practical use would be to set up a camera on a tripod at a busy tourist attraction and take multiple shots while people move around, then stitch all the empty areas to show the place without the madding crowd.
Oct
24
comment From a quality perspective, what is better: turning volume up in the software, in the OS, or on the speakers?
Quite true in the general case, but Qqwy's question asks more about software vs hardware volume control.
Oct
24
comment From a quality perspective, what is better: turning volume up in the software, in the OS, or on the speakers?
@DanielBeck: In general, it's not recommended increasing volume above 100% unless you know the sound won't saturate (waveform won't clip, but that's hard to tell without a program to show the waveform, such as Audacity) or don't care about it (some sounds e.g. explosions and gunfire in games/movies when clipped don't actually sound worse to me).
Oct
24
comment Notepad++ Changebar
Thanks, and you're welcome! FYI, I found a very frustrating incompatibility with the Compare plugin: Each time I do a compare, the marking method changes to highlighting the entire line, whereas I prefer to mark changes with a rectangle (or "changebar", as in Change Markers). Worse, selecting "Mark with rect" does not fix it; I need to select a different method, e.g. "Mark with circle" then reselect "Mark with rect".
Oct
23
awarded  Revival
Oct
18
accepted Change “Send to” or “Rotate counterclockwise” accelerator key in Win 7 Explorer context menu
Oct
12
comment Change “Send to” or “Rotate counterclockwise” accelerator key in Win 7 Explorer context menu
Thanks, Karan. It works, and has given me new opportunities to customise my context menus, though it involves installing extra software. I'll mark it as the correct answer if noone else has any answers.
Oct
11
asked Change “Send to” or “Rotate counterclockwise” accelerator key in Win 7 Explorer context menu
Oct
5
comment Renaming files according to the folder they're in
By the way, my script was based on answers to these questions: stackoverflow.com/questions/2043869/… and stackoverflow.com/questions/3432851/…
Oct
5
answered Renaming files according to the folder they're in
Oct
5
asked Command-line option to compare 2 images in FastStone Image Viewer
Sep
29
comment Image editor/creator similiar to Adobe Flash
Similar in what way? Must it produce SWFs?
Sep
27
accepted Launch multiple copies of a program pinned to Windows 7 taskbar
Sep
24
asked Launch multiple copies of a program pinned to Windows 7 taskbar