Re: "What the hell have you done with all the tits!!!"...
They went vertical.
668 posts • joined 4 Aug 2009
They went vertical.
That watch... name, model and/or link please!
...especially around the 2:12 mark...
Ah right, going by my partner's daughter, that will be 5 years old then!
...to a time when such days are not needed due to gender discrimination becoming something completely relegated to the past. Given the sexist trolling still seen in various places (online or otherwise), I suspect it's still very much an uphill battle.
Shouldn't this article have "Advertisement" splatted right across the top in big letters?
I am disgusted by your reviewer's review of Mummy on the Orient Express. Not only did your reviewer totally miss the point of the whole episode (whatever that was), he (or she or it) made inane and inaccurate comments about how a train cannot fly through space, why the first class carriage was going the wrong way and how his mummy never wore bandages like that! I find it utterly preposterous why the Reg even pays a reviewer to say such laughable and un-Dr-Whoey things!! It's almost like they haven't even watched the episode!
What do you mean you haven't even reviewed it yet?
Well, there goes all the fun!
I'm sure they'll BEND over backwards to make your wishes come true!
Billy boy said it will be history by 2006. Oh wait...
OMG! I pity you.
Sigh. I wonder what ever happened to usability tests?
Glad I use an Office alternative here.
Having played with it, I think it's fair to say you will be disappointed in the answers to your questions...
Of course, it goes without saying, that the registry hacks that would previously allow the border size to be adjusted in Win 7 or 8 no longer work! Sigh...
...why the hell have they reduced the window borders down to almost nothing? It makes resizing much more of a chore and it's way too easy to miss where one window starts and another ends! Another design "feature" that hinders more than it helps!
My experience on both iPad and Android:
1) Tried the separate messenger once they'd ripped the usable one out of the main app.
2) Looked at the excessive privacy access it wanted.
3) Raised my eyebrows in a correspondly excessive manner.
4) Deleted it.
5) Reverted to using web browser.
CTRL+C will still break into a long directory listing - e.g. do dir /s from the root and hit CTRL+C before the listing finishes on its own - haven't tried a script yet but I suspect it stil works.
Looks like CTRL+C will only do the copy when something is highlighted. If you do dir /s and then click and drag it halts the directory listing. Doing CTRL+C will copy the stuff highlighted and then the listing will continue. Do CTRL+C again and you break into the listing and stop it dead in its tracks.
Sort of like "operator overload", methinks!
You've never heard of Miley Cyrus?
... 23% was sneezed out of the nose of the Great Green Arkleseizure.
Agreed - they should torture test something else instead. How about Iain Duncan Smith?
Flames - well, it's just appropriate!
It was probably only ever an empty office with a big sign on the door anyway!
Steven Sinofsky's already left!
"5 or so years ago Sony tellys were the best"
40 years ago, more like!
Why do I keep reading that as HeathKit? Brings to mind old DIY radios and hifi from the 1970s!
million -> billion
Otherwise, good point!
With your moniker I'm surprised you hadn't suggested that it said "Hello Sweetie!"
Probably the first inkling a player will get that he's been sacked is a chairleg mysteriously appearing in his ear hole.
"If you don’t not want not to not receive no information from our carefully chosen (ha ha) partners, do not add an untick here unless you don’t not want to not to."
Brilliant, made my day!
And, double yuck, you need to jump through several hoops to get the damn thing to display its non-aliased blocky mess! Having done so, I assure you it's not worth the effort!
Maybe you should learn to use the "Tips and Corrections" link under the article, instead! Anyway, that typo is in a quote from another source over which the Register has no control.
They did try to ring them but couldn't get through as, apparently, their phone bill hasn't been paid since 2009.
He did model a cat brain - as soon as it was turned on it did what cats normally do, and went to sleep.
Agreed! It's even worse than the redecoration of a video rental room at a place I once worked. The room was redone in bright red and orange colours - the 2 lads running it had headaches after a couple of hours.
Yeah, but suppose you don't like it and want to change your mind?
Regarding number 1 - you are Homer Simpson!
Homer: Oh... and how is education supposed to make me feel smarter? Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain. Remember when I took that home wine-making course and I forgot how to drive?
I'm now waiting for Jodrell Bank to come up for offer on Freecycle!
Well, they're certainly experts at that - been doing it for years!
Name and shame!
"creating a fucking file"
Er yes, Java - millions of ways of creating and accessing files, not one of which does exactly what you need it to do!
Speak fer yerself!
My personal code library (used on the web sites I build) has been refined many times over the years to cut unnecessary code, and to make it faster and more efficient!
Maybe I'm just weird!
"What is really happening is that the government has identified a "thing" that the general public believe in and that they believe it is a bad thing -- one that should be stopped."
I have identified a "thing". It is called the government and, over recent studies, I have determined that it is definitely a bad thing. Question is - can it be stopped?
Off with the goolies!
Sounds a bit like a guy I once worked with in a piano repair workshop. Any tool (screwdriver, pliers etc.) he used would be covered in something resembling rust within a few days!
Of Cameron and his cronies?
Not a damn jot!
"We hinder people when they're trying to get stuff done."
At one place I worked we (the programmers) instigated the use of fault sheets where other members of staff could report problems with the programs we were writing. The fault sheets contained boxes to specify which program it was, which screen/page of that program and a large box to describe what the fault was. I remember one coming in with neither of the first 2 filled in and, in the third large box, was written "Funny on screen" - magic!
Yes, and I still possess the copies that I managed to buy! Not quite the full run as I'm missing the Feb 1984 edition and anything that appeared after the March 84 edition.