... a bit Suffolk
|th 9 Aug|
We recently had to copy a postal address in the Russian alphabet from an email to a package with a non-digital pen. To make the foreign address easier to ... more here
|mo 16 Jul|
Looks like Facebook is uploading pix in hires by default so we've reduced the size of our uploads. Don't mind you using our pix for editorial as long as you credit us AS A LINK, making the pix is work for us so to acknowledge it for hires we make a nominal charge.
|th 5 Jul|
Roy: Have you tried turning it off, counting to ten (gives your un/sub/conscious a chance to get your attention and point out where your getting it wrong), and turning it on again.
|sa 16 Jun|
That Mr Google has been not very nice to us over the past couple of years so when we received a letter (a letter not an email) from him this morning we thought maybe he was worried he'd offended us ... no, he was suggesting that if we give him £120 he might be a bit nicer to us.
|sa 2 Jun|
Our previous BT router had a useful pull out thingy on the top with the logon details. When we got our new and present router the useful thingy on the top had gone, What a pity we thought. We moved the new router last week and discovered there's still a useful thingy but it's on the side.
|fr 11 May|
Do you recall Windows Millennium Edition? Released in September 2000 (a year before Win XP) it was Windows 98 with some extra goodies like Movie Maker. We always suspected that Lady KRJ thought everybody else's copy said Windows Kate ...
|th 3 May|
Thunderbird is the free multiple Operating System email app that's particularly useful if you're running an older OS. It's moved from the Mozilla web site to its own domain ... hopefully we don't have to have a bad feeling about this.
|th 5 Apr|
We've pointed out/complained before that if you use RAW files and upgrade your camera be prepared to upgrade your edit software as well. More recently we found our newer camera had a new to us USB Superspeed 3 connector so we had no lead to tether it to a laptop, older camera would tether but wouldn't work properly with the new to us flashes ... same old same old.
|fr 23 Mar|
|fr 9 Mar|
We've banged on about rechargeable batteries before. Recently we bought eight Eneloop AAs for a sizeable £20 but boy they made our flashes fly, they recycle faster than we've ever seen before. Then we found this YouTube vid proving that the half the price Ikea LADDAs were even faster, but do they hold a charge well when not in use?
|fr 23 Feb|
Wish we'd found this sooner, you can stop those bloody annoying animated gifs in Twitter auto-starting. Click your Twitter profile pic top right, go Settings and privacy, halfway down unselect Video auto play and then Save changes. BE WARNED you may have to enter your Twitter password to confirm the change(s).
|we 7 Feb|
TODAY around near the coast Freeview will need re-scanning if it doesn't do it for itself. No advantage to near the coast, the great and the good are moving some frequencies because they think they can make some money out of it.
|su 14 Jan|
If you right click/Save Image as... on a small pic in a Twitter feed you will save the source usually bigger pic. If you click on the small pic to see the source pic then Save Image as... comes up with the unhelpful file extension jpg_large and with multiple pix Save Image as... goes away completely.
|fr 29 Dec|
We recently transferred a twenty year old S-VHS tape to DVD using a nine quid USB capture adaptor from eBay and then made three copies of the DVD. At nine pounds we didn't really expect the hardware and software to work, it did but it took some three days of fiddling about. This video very much helped with the copying.
|fr 8 Dec|
|we 22 Nov|
It seems that Microscoft have been pratting about with the photo viewer in the latest Win10 upgrade. The slideshow icon has disappeared but user key f5 will do it; and there's now a different response to the magnifying glass zoom so useful to know that Ctrl + mouse wheel will zoom a pic.