Thanks to the link posted by harrymc, I spent almost a day investigating this problem and figured out it was Windows Server 2008 default domain policy.
I suspect this problem only applies to Windows PC in a domain network environment. The default domain policy doesn't allow user to install additional certificate to Trusted Root Certification Authorities, ...
On Windows7 the VPN settings are stored here:
So I copied the .pbk file to my other computer and opened it on there, and I managed to successfully connect to the VPN.
This is definately a kluge and it's the only thing I've figured out to do. I came here looking for a more elegant solution.
I do have a slight improvement for this.
Paste the data into the spreadsheet as is.
Select all and format as text
Paste again over what you did the first time but this time as values.
This keeps you from having to count columns and ...
For Microsoft Windows OS, default Storage is in %HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH%\VirtualBox VMs
Which typically expands out to
The subfolders will be named with the Name: field contents entered in the Create Virtual Machine dialog where you're asked to enter Name and OS information.
If you've decided to do a little more ...
Convert the .eps file to .emf (Enhanced MetaFile, a spool file format used in printing by Microsoft software). There are several ways to do this conversion; for example by using the following webservice: https://cloudconvert.com/eps-to-emf
In my experience, .emf files are the only way to reliably embed vector graphics in several Word versions on Mac and ...
On your Windows 7 machine, navigate to the following folder:
Save the StickyNotes.snt file found within to an external backup device.
On your Windows 10 machine, close all instances of Sticky Notes and open the following folder:
There is a weird bug in Excel. I'll explain here how to avoid (not fix, just avoid) it, and maybe it will fixed soon by MS Office programmers. Maybe it even WAS fixed in Excel 2013, I did not open it yet.
So, this is the problem.
The maximum length of the text cell is 32767, and it's OK.
The maximum length of the number cell is 255, and it's OK.
But if ...
Text to columns (in data tab) have almost the same functionality than your "import from text file has".
You can split the text to columns by fixed length or at separators, select data type for each column...
This problem has been plaguing me for a number of years. I just discovered the solution and it's alluded to in the answers above but not explicitly spelled out.
It's the space after the comma!
This doesn't import into excel;
You can also use this standalone tool called chromepass http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/chromepass.html
ChromePass is a small password recovery tool that allows you to view the user names and passwords stored by Google Chrome Web browser.
There is a option to export into your keepass password manager too.
Note: If you feel unsafe to use third-party tools, ...
Before pasting, select column that will hold the non-date value. Right click. Select 'format cells'. Then select 'text' as the format and click OK.
Now, go ahead and paste, but paste using the 'match the destination formatting' option.
The procedure is like this: (Parallels Desktop 12)
1) Prepare the Parallels VM by removing the Parallels Tools and anything that is “special" (mounts, shared folders, etc)..
sudo /usr/lib/parallels-tools/install -r
2) Copy the HDD file from inside the PVM OS X package into the open file system (Finder, Right Click, Show Package Contents). Generally, the ...
Following procedure works:
Turn off synchronization (Chrome menu > Signed in as > Disconnect your Google Account (do not forget to keep Chrome data saved on the computer)
Replace Bookmark file in Chrome's User_Data folder with your own version
Export your bookmarks as HTML (Chrome menu > Bookmarks > Bookmarks manager > Organize > ...
Change the .RefreshStyle = xlInsertDeleteCells to .RefreshStyle = xlOverwriteCells and it will replace the cells with the data from the file. This forces the refresh to replace the data in your table to be up to date with the text in the file.
First of all, you're doing a kind of "no-op". gpg is still GnuPG 1.4.20 on Ubuntu 16.04, while gpg2 made a jump from GnuPG 2.0.28 to 2.1.11. Then, while GnuPG 2.1 made some changes to the file formats (new keystore format "keybox"/.kbx and merging the secret keyring into the public one), it is still compatible and will do the secret keyring merging upon ...
I was unable to make Chrome and Firefox restore my bookmarks from the Bookmarks or Bookmarks.bak json files.
But I found this really helpful online tool to convert those json files to an HTML file that you can then just import via the top-right corner in the chrome://bookmarks/ screen:
Here is an up-to-date method answer:
Export from Lastpass:
Open your Vault
Click on the three dots (More Options) in the bottom left corner and then: Advanced > Export
Save the .csv file
Import into Firefox Lockwise (source: https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/wiki/switching-to-firefox#wiki_importing_passwords)
Navigate to about:config in the Firefox URL ...
I found a decision how to show all your passwords from Chromium. Tested on Ubuntu 14.04 and Chromium: Version 40.0.2214.111 Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit). I used js script found early in search.
Output maked in format:
Open in Chromium browser link to Chrome password manager: chrome://settings-frame/passwords
Open console (F12) and insert ...
For years I've struggled with the same problem: Screenshots inserted via Cut&Paste (or Word's own function "Insert screenshot") sometimes get blurred, sometimes not.
But it seems I've found a stunningly simple solution now (Windows 7, Word 2013):
Switch your document to Print Layout (View->Print Layout).
Set the zoom level to 100% (View->100%).
Here is a simple python script to transform the export into import.csv
"hostname","username","password","formSubmitURL","httpRealm","usernameField","passwordField" """ )
for line in open(file):
first, rest = l[:1], l[1:]
if url=="http://" : url = url + l
It seems these temporary images are originating from the LPE folder.
Basing on the explanation give on this answer:
The LPE folder is used by Samsung's Camera and Photo Editor apps. The
files inside are photos in a raw format. If you open the file in
photoshop, you can make out the image somewhat. The specifics of the
image bit orders are not known....
Excel treats numeric values starting with a tab character as text.
Will appear as:
| is the cell boundary(for illustration purpose). So, for example, if your system generates the CSV file using utf-8 charset, you can add the 	 (Tab Char in Hex) before your numeric value to ...