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Old 2008-07-27, 07:07   Link #1761
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Old 2008-07-27, 09:30   Link #1762
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Thank you a lot for your detail answers =]

Another question. What is the sentence in this picture means? I can recognise only like 3 characters in it



That is Minami-ke Okawari?

Mh whatever.


I have a question about Windows XP and regional code and stuff.

Some people of you know, to set the "Language for non-Unicode programs" to japanese. But if i do that, one other program doesnt work. Is there a possibility to configure it like this, that both can programs are able to work?
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Old 2008-07-27, 09:50   Link #1763
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Applocale?

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Old 2008-07-27, 09:54   Link #1764
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Applocale?

Mh i googleed it. You mean "The Microsoft AppLocale Utility"?
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Old 2008-07-27, 09:57   Link #1765
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Yes.. It took a little bit of time (as in few seconds top) to set up each software at first.. but then its as simple as a mouse click to each shortcut

and cookies for you for googling instead of being lazy and ask for the full answer
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Old 2008-07-27, 10:01   Link #1766
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Yes.. It took a little bit of time (as in few seconds top) to set up each software at first.. but then its as simple as a mouse click to each shortcut

and cookies for you for googling instead of being lazy and ask for the full answer
Thank you, KiNA.
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Old 2008-07-27, 11:19   Link #1767
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過ぎ去りし日々の終着点,literally translated as "the terminal point of the past days". But I am not sure if my poor interpretation can convey the original subtlety. The girl standing on a railway, which symbolises the life, is gazing at far end, the future. She has walked on a long way - the sunset implies it - and finally she gets the view of the terminal.
Thank you again

While i certainly can't understand the sentence fully, thank to you , i can approximately guess what does it means now
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Old 2008-07-27, 12:49   Link #1768
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Thanks, I know ImageShack but I thought they would delete files after some month.



Now I remember why I didn't made myself an account
You dont really need an account (I dont have one ). It takes but a single click to "refresh" your image for another year, and you can always click on them yourself to be certain they wont disappear comes a year time.
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Old 2008-07-27, 13:15   Link #1769
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I was trying to register at another forum today and everytime I recieved this message

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Your password must contain a mix of upper and lower case letters, as well as digits.
I don't fully understand what it means because the password I filled in were both letters and numbers, here's an example of what it would look like (different numbers and letter ofc) 4545G77F88K, when using somehting like that it would say its wrong so what am I supposed to use?
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Old 2008-07-27, 13:39   Link #1770
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I was trying to register at another forum today and everytime I recieved this message



I don't fully understand what it means because the password I filled in were both letters and numbers, here's an example of what it would look like (different numbers and letter ofc) 4545G77F88K, when using somehting like that it would say its wrong so what am I supposed to use?
You'd need to use lower case letters as well. To use the same example 4545g77F88K.
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Old 2008-07-27, 13:42   Link #1771
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did you use
Aa <- as example
some sites need wierd passwords like
3223aaaDDD!+
numbers, letter and special signs
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Old 2008-07-27, 13:57   Link #1772
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1900 = nineteen hundred
1902 = nineteen oh two
1960 = nineteen sixty
1999 = nineteen ninty-nine

2000 = two thousand (or 2k)
2001 = two thousand and 1
Q1 - Why aren't we saying two thousand oh 1?
Because "two thousand" already covers all of the necessary zeroes. "Two thousand oh one" is basically saying 200001. I don't think anyone ever actively thinks that they'd be adding in a redundant zero, though.

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Why is it some methods of saying the years feels more... 'natural' than others? Are we just figuring the shortest and quickest way to identify years, since 21C and before, we split it into 19-95 instead of one thousand, nine hundred and ninty-five (but other languages say it like this from 1AD etc)

So if it's 1802 = eighteen oh two, why don't we say twenty oh eight xD
Is it to do with the turn of the millenium maybe?
Maybe. I'd also guess that it has to do with the syllables and the consideration of numbers. Two thousand is pretty easy to say and consider, as there's one number and then a place identifier (number = 2, place identifier = thousand). Compare that with "one thousand eight hundred and..." and you can see that the complexity rises a bit. Saying "eighteen" instead of "one thousand eight hundred" seems easier.

I'd imagine that it's the same principle behind why people will say something like "twelve hundred" instead of "one thousand [and] two hundred" (1,200). I've never done that and it personally bugs me when people go that route, but it's probably the same principle - you're cutting out placement qualifiers and you're shortening the overall statement.

I'm not a linguist, those are just some quick thoughts on it.
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Old 2008-07-27, 13:59   Link #1773
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You'd need to use lower case letters as well. To use the same example 4545g77F88K.
aah thank you =3
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Old 2008-07-27, 16:00   Link #1774
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I'd imagine that it's the same principle behind why people will say something like "twelve hundred" instead of "one thousand [and] two hundred" (1,200). I've never done that and it personally bugs me when people go that route, but it's probably the same principle - you're cutting out placement qualifiers and you're shortening the overall statement.
Wow, I thought everyone did that in English. I can't imagine myself saying "one thousand two hundred" out loud when speaking casually... but then again I don't verbally speak the language too often. I guess that's why I still haven't managed to master British pronunciation (which I crave to do some day, but American English comes too naturally to me).

In Spanish, though, that's much easier--words are shorter ("mil doscientos" instead of "one thousand two hundred" ).
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Old 2008-07-28, 05:12   Link #1775
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someone sent me this trick question.. it goes like this
"If John is the son of Joe, then Joe is the ____ of John's Father"

am still trying to figure out what to put in the blank XD
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Old 2008-07-28, 05:23   Link #1776
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someone sent me this trick question.. it goes like this
"If John is the son of Joe, then Joe is the ____ of John's Father"

am still trying to figure out what to put in the blank XD
I think you will find there is a separate Riddles thread, please post such questions there.

Spoiler for your answer is:
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Old 2008-07-28, 05:26   Link #1777
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I think you will find there is a separate Riddles thread, please post such questions there.

Spoiler for your answer is:
Spoiler for alternative answer:
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Old 2008-07-28, 06:01   Link #1778
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I think you will find there is a separate Riddles thread, please post such questions there.

Spoiler for your answer is:
can you put the link here? I can't seem to find it
and sorry
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Old 2008-07-28, 06:07   Link #1779
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can you put the link here? I can't seem to find it
and sorry
You didn't search for "riddle" then? Because I found the "Riddles! Post them here" thread pretty quickly.
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Old 2008-07-28, 07:46   Link #1780
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someone sent me this trick question.. it goes like this
"If John is the son of Joe, then Joe is the ____ of John's Father"

am still trying to figure out what to put in the blank XD
Spoiler for alternative alternative answer:
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