DTP for Windows - try Ovation Pro
184 posts • joined 29 Aug 2007
DTP for Windows - try Ovation Pro
Yes, I know it's unstable :)
How about Christopher Eccleston
Ah, no the original is
Acorn RISC Machine
You need F.B. Purity http://www.fbpurity.com/
1) Reject HTML emails as SPAM
2) Don't click on email links.
3) Don't open email attachments.
4) Trust no one.
Not here :-
Welcome to Cable My Street!
It doesn’t look like our cables reach your corner of the country just yet. But by registering your interest, you could help bring Virgin Media services to your area!
Not likely to happen :( (the cabling, that is)
Can't help with your W10 issue, but as far as updating your TomTom goes,
install Virtualbox on your Mint machine, and run a minimalist guest of XP, or
W7, no need for W10 then. Works for me.
Most of the exploits require it to obfuscate what they are doing.
So remove the ability to send them, and set the email client to only read in Plain Text mode.
Hardly rocket science.
Might be worth looking at Claws Mail with the vCalendar plugin.
@ Charlie Clark
Not bloody likely.
I do have other options.
If enough people who matter abandon it ...
On esr, had to rollback to 38.8 after the 45.2 replacement disabled all my add-ons (possibly not CTR), without any chance to abort.
Looking for a good replacement, with devs who care about the user, not Chrome, Otter, or Qupzilla.
Realistic suggestions for 64-bit Linux please.
Yes, 'twas aimed at you. Thanks for the info, much appreciated.
Further Q. What easily available brands on sale in the UK, might you recommend please ?
Would you enlighten us on the location please ?
What is the name of the brand on sale in the UK please ?
Some typical prices would have been useful.
Isn't that why we use computers to do it for us ?
My Chrome Version 48.0.2564.109 on Kubuntu 14.04 now announces on start-up that no more updates will be available.
"I will fear no evil" 1970
Have you looked here :-
There is also a version of Mint that uses KDE as a desktop.
This might be more familiar since this is closer (on the surface) to the W95 et al style desktop.
There are also quite a few other distributions that have KDE as default desktop.
No, I got an Samsung Galaxy S2 to replace my HTC Desire, and a second one a little later (long story), gave me nothing but pure love for the device, which I also had when I owned Nokia phones. Now I'm on my second S2 and I have nothing but good things to say about them.
In my circle of friends, family and work colleagues, getting highly annoyed with an iPhone seems to be a common occurrence, they all got Androids because of their bad experiences, not to show off.
We HAD a multi-platform world, until Gates came along and did his best to bury it.
So you could say that he set computing back by 40 years, and a bit, since we still don't have the diversity we had, although we are approaching it.
Yes, but that is a quite recent development.
I could be mistaken, but I think that was one of the things Bauer Media changed shortly after they took over Planet Rock.
Upvote for the excellent B5 Z reference.
Have you logged the problems in the bug tracker ?
I thought things couldn't get worse when T-Mobile was subsumed by Orange, but they did :(
I have major history with BT, every single thing they've ever done for me, they've managed to screw up, so you can imagine my despair when I heard that they were taking over EE.
I just wish we had proper alternatives, and a regulator with teeth, sigh.
I have an alternative to your No.1
Select the MPs by something similar to the way jury service is done.
We surely couldn't end up with anything worse than the current shower.
Oh, and anyone who says they'd love the job is automatically disqualified.
Built from scratch by a number of dedicated devs, owes nothing to any browser mentioned here.
NetSurf - http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
@ Anonymous Coward
Unfortunately for you, Daddies is now one of HP's brands :(
So if you want to be HP free, then Branston, Hammonds, or Heinz should be your choice.
What is the computer please ?
I can think of a few candidates, but none of them particularly likely.
A few things you may not know about :-
http://www.riscository.com/2014/show-report-london-2014/ Richard Keefe - Impression-X
http://www.mw-software.com/ ArtWorks 2.X2
Come back Louis Wu, all is forgiven.
Have you tried Netsurf ?
Just before anyone gets confused, no, the above isn't me, I recommend Mint, Kubuntu(LTS), OpenSUSE, and if you must, Win 7 Pro 64.
That doesn't actually stop them from actually taking the amount up to a week before it is due (or before the date they have just notified you of).
Happened to me several times.
Well that's crossed it off my Christmas list :(
Why oh why did they have to use a POS intel proc.
It's an Android tablet !
HSBC retired the RSA tokens, and replaced them by a device the size of a small calculator which you have to use the keys to enter a PIN, before it will generate the 'random' number to enter into the form on the website.
I have to have 2 because they couldn't make two different accounts work with the same device.
Only fit for home use.
Unless you had some rather large concrete blocks to stand them on.
Don't think I ever came across something with such poor acoustic decoupling.
Utterly useless for live use with a decent size PA.
Slightly off track, has anyone heard of a source for the drive belt for the Connoisseur (SP?) BD1 ?
Let the downvotes commence
Magnetic monopoles ruled out ? Brennan not best pleased.
How about 6TB (2 £TB disks) as 1 virtual disk with XFS on top.
I could only find a command line solution (complete with errors :( ),
so it became a suck it & see.
Why did I need all that disk space - for a new MythTV box I built, because the old one (with 2TB) ran out of space so often, I became utterly fed up up with trying to work out what I could delete next.
Following HTC's lead I see :(
For everyone else there is DriveSafe.ly
3G coverage, huh, what about delivering enough signal everywhere in the UK, so that the phones don't flatten their batteries just trying to enable voice calls. All of the operators, I'm looking at you, don't ignore your customers when they tell you there's an issue, and don't LIE when responding.
Ah, Aberdeen, yes, unless it snows :)
You want an alternative ?
Try NetSurf, currently V3.1, with nightly builds for those who like living on the edge.
No, it doesn't do everything the major browsers do, but if you can code in C, the devs will be happy to talk to you.