PrimoPDF or Foxit Editor both allowed output from Word for ages.
1252 posts • joined 2 Mar 2007
PrimoPDF or Foxit Editor both allowed output from Word for ages.
I'm finding Google Docs more than capable for the odd use I have. And it comes with collaboration built in. And is platform agnostic.
In fairness, their motion controller gimmick was pretty awesome. However, the article is spot on, since my daughters got an iPod (the eldest) and a Android Tab (the youngest) I don't think the Wii has been switched on once.
In other news- anyone notice how all the kids are playing MineCraft these days??? Take that, Club Penguin, Moshi Monsters, Panfu, Bin Weevils and all the rest.
Forgot "Sounds like 'knee'"="No"
I just hope they've fixed the issues with the OS going deaf for several seconds; and then processing all the multiple screen-taps. iOS6 has been one miserable experience.
possibly right- I also seem to vaguely remember some hack by sticking a locale or charset command into autoexec.bat.
I made a couple of quid by writing an old GWBasic program which sent a command to the printer telling it to print a pound sign whenever a dollar sign was received.
And yet a quick google turns this up:
Can say anything about the ranking because it's been there 3 years. However it would appear that while the warning was put up in February, people were continuing to use (and get scammed) as late as June (from the few sites I looked at).
There's 'trust' and there's 'diligence'.
...but I find it hard to feel any sympathy for the victims. The only thing that TicketBastard does right is give a 'legitimate' source for tickets (I never thought I'd be arguing for TicketBastard).
I seem to remember that Angel Dust is the preferred tipple of your average America carney.
"They had the nutter subdued, with no deaths & minimal damage."
He started masturbating AFTER the shots were fired. What part of that indicates that he was 'subdued'?
they could be 6/7 for all we know.
'yank' comes from the dutch 'Jankees'; a common name/nickname for the settlers.
if you are doing requests- can you do Ashton Tate next (same rags to riches to rags story)
yes, graphy, graphy, graph, graph.
If they say it often enough, it must mean something, right?
Remember who is asking for this (and making lots of money)- It's lawyers versus lawyers. Both sides employ them so they might as well get some use out of them. And I'm sure both sides have some form of war chest to cover the costs of the 40 ongoing cases, and it's a fraction of their profit.
...no replacement for quote marks in arabic.
and high on haggis.
I miss haggis.
I thought you needed to have a license as long as you owned equipment that was capable of receiving a TV signal (TV, DVR etc). As long as you are playing Netflix on a PC, or phone, or tablet, you should be okay.
should really read RIGHT to the end before commenting.
Oh, and Alistair- you're a bastard. I've got that song stuck in my head now.
Did Dabbsie just reference Haysi Fantayzee???
An excellent film, worthy of a rewatch.
Also the reason why I kept giggling at my Spanish teacher when she was teaching me the word for 'neither'.
Chilli jame shouldn't be too hard to make. Like most jams it will be fruit (in this case chilli), sugar and pectin. I'd roast and skin the chilli's first just to get an added depth to the flavour. And don't forget to leave in the seeds; Only wussies deseed their chillis.
A whole article about a restaurant in Aberdeen, which serves haggis, and not a mention of the fact that it's Burns' Night tonight.
"Let them tax cake!"
They can relaunch a turd as many times as they want, it's still not going to smell of roses.
Reminds me of the say "You can't polish a turd but you can roll it in glitter". Maybe that's what they are doing.
Americans love an easy dance craze (usually so they can do something at weddings). Gangnam Style's simple dance moves can be easily copied (see also The Electric Side, All the Single Ladies, and the Chicken Dance- otherwise known as the Birdie Song to us over here).
I think it was reported he made $2 million out of it.
...the idiots on Wall Street got their figures wrong again. That's not news that's a quarterly reinstatement of the facts.
Headline should read "Mystic Meg gets it wrong. Again!"
It's kinda karma- malls put the high street shops out of business and now the internet is doing the same to them.
dammit "there" not "their"
Didn't we get the option to edit our posts within a certain timeframe?
...about us lot of commentards being the "golden shower"
I'm thinking of creating a range of LiveWrong bracelets with the caption "Don't compete; Cheat."
...I do not understand 'Weckomend a westauwant"
You have been missed.
Actually electrowetting sounds like a great method for curing bed-wetting.
Ofcom spun off a job it should have been doing itself, and that spin-off gets to demand money from companies already signed up to Ofcom?
Talk about scam and crony-ism.
but that that just plays into the denialists' denialists hands (you know- those that deny the deniers)
hmmmm, the campaign to add 'Page 3' to the list of El Reg categories starts here.
I found the CD section (okay it was tucked in the back) but could not find the CD I wanted. Nor were there any assistants to ask (they only seem to staff the cash desks there). So I pulled out my phone and ordered it from play.com instead.
Isn't a moron a person from that cult that Mitt Romney belongs to? The ones that get to have multiple wives and magic underpants?
"So if I shoot someone with a gun, then someone else does it shortly after then I should get done for murder and the other person gets a lesser punishment?"
Of course. The second crime is obviously one of diminished responsibility as they were only following your lead in the first place.
A great fine would be £5,000 and underneath in the small print "Price shown does not include £2,000,000 handling charge"
Many years ago the Adam and Joe Show had a scene where they went into a supermarket and start eating the "X% Free" portion of various products. Needless to say the manger wasn't very happy.
also "fresh", "homemade", "luxury" and "deluxe"- especially when applied to food products.
When I've been in countries that have gun ownership (like the US, Canada, Switzerland) I always ask people why they have a gun. Normally the answer is because it's a legal requirement (Switzerland) or they use it for hunting or sometimes it's for protection.
But when I ask the same question to an American they nearly always go misty eyed and explain some scenario where they come across a shooting in progress (usually in a shopping mall or schoolyard) and they are able to save the day by whipping out their concealed weapon and gunning down the shooter.
I'm not really against gun ownership EXCEPT in the US.
"There exists in this country, sadly, a callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry that sells and stows violence against its own people... and our puppet masters make a lot of money by selling guns to them"
Girl Genius- The story that's going nowhere and taking forever to get there.
That's what I thought too. However I think we are coming into the 'Gangnam Style' phase of Steampunk; The rest of us can just sit back and say, "yeah I was into that back when it was still cool"
Their prices were terrible. I was able to buy one item a lot cheaper from another bricks-and-mortar store that was on the same floor of the mall as HMV. I also tried to find (and failed) a CD (Oblivion by Grimes if you are interested). I gave up and bought it on play.com instead.
I'm all for supporting traditional shops, but not when they want to stick a saddle on you and ride you around the store.
I've always said that we could have a mass cull of the stupid just by setting up SatNavs to detect when they are driving eastwards on Beachy Head and then announce "Turn right now"
(Westwards and "Turn left now" would also work)
I don't think it does- for that strip to work it has to assume that Chad did not solicit the business to store the stuff in the first place.