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Old 2009-01-26, 13:07   Link #281
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Offtopic: Again, I have respect for Windows and Linux if used properly; it's just that there's a problem with something between the seat and the screen, and I'm tired with the OS bashing. Please keep this thread on topic.
It was simply a fun poke at Windows, nothing to cry foul about

Also, I agree--the main problem lies between the chair and the keyboard, not within the OS.
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Old 2009-02-01, 04:31   Link #282
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Does anyone know any DOC to PDF converter that is no trail/demo that have page limits or leave mark in each page? BW; online sites also are a No!
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Old 2009-02-01, 05:34   Link #283
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Never tried it before (although I received seemingly positive feedback about it), but there is doPDF, which installs itself as a virtual printer driver but actually acts as a converter for many kinds of documents.
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Old 2009-02-01, 08:01   Link #284
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Never tried it before (although I received seemingly positive feedback about it), but there is doPDF, which installs itself as a virtual printer driver but actually acts as a converter for many kinds of documents.
Worked like a charm.
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Old 2009-02-01, 10:18   Link #285
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OpenOffice reads and writes DOC files (and many others) and has an export to PDF function. We haven't owned a copy of MS Office for years now.

I also like Abiword for regular tasks like writing letters, papers, etc. It, too, exports to PDF and has less baggage than OpenOffice or MS Word.
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Old 2009-02-06, 09:42   Link #286
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Whats a good program for mixing and recording songs? thanks
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Old 2009-02-06, 10:22   Link #287
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FLV Joiner

I need a FLV joining, software I would be truly greatful if someone helps me out here ^o^
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Old 2009-02-06, 12:04   Link #288
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Whats a good program for mixing and recording songs? thanks
All I know are Sony Soundforge and Adobe Soundbooth, but are sophisticated and expensive. Audacity so far is one of the free, open-source editors:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

For some others, try checking out the list:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital...iting_software

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I need a FLV joining, software I would be truly greatful if someone helps me out here ^o^
I would like to convert them first into Xvid AVI with the highest quality possible (i.e. with Any Video Converter, Super, ffmpeg, etc.), then try to use the video join software to link up the vids, before converting the assembled video clip back into FLV.

So far there are least four you might find usable (some of them are free-to-try, one is freeware):
http://www.imtoo.com/video-joiner.html
http://www.alivemedia.net/videojoiner/index.htm
http://www.freevideojoiner.com/
http://www.leapic.com/video-joiner.htm

Results may vary depending on usage.
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Old 2009-02-08, 06:01   Link #289
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^ Thanks for the recommendation because I just got a microphone specially for recording so I'm inquiring for some mixing programs since I will be doing a lot of songs from now on.
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Old 2009-02-16, 01:32   Link #290
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Is there a freeware for bookmark cleaner? Sort of like test each link in my bookmark and remove deadlinks? I got soo much bookmark now which is very cluttered looking. Oh, I'm using Opera.. so it must work with Opera.
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Old 2009-02-16, 02:30   Link #291
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Is there a freeware for bookmark cleaner? Sort of like test each link in my bookmark and remove deadlinks? I got soo much bookmark now which is very cluttered looking. Oh, I'm using Opera.. so it must work with Opera.

Simple enough, I use either one of these (different on each laptops I have ) Not to say that it is the best, but it's practically okay

http://www.filesland.com/companies/A...-Get-Free.html
http://aignes.com/deadlink.htm

Both can be used for Opera, F-Fox and IE. Freeware. I have used it for past 1 year and have no problem with it. I also have a lot of problems since I'm pretty much have to bookmark a lot of pages too, and these two, while may not be the most optimized software out there, helps me a lot
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Old 2009-02-16, 02:37   Link #292
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Thanks Natchan .. First link says the filesize is 2Mb but the file I'm supposed to download is 6Mb~ .. so I didnt try that.. I'll try the 2nd one and if didnt reply, considers it work
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Old 2009-02-16, 03:07   Link #293
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The second link looks to be more reliable
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Old 2009-02-16, 04:11   Link #294
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Well, well... It did change from what I have dl-ed before. (Got 2MB version a year bfr) I'm very much sure in the 2nd though-it rests on my current laptop and actively deleting the fansites that aren't active again as of now
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Old 2009-02-16, 14:42   Link #295
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Whats a good program for mixing and recording songs? thanks :)
I do all my sound editing (including for my group's releases) in REAPER. It's written by Justin Frankel of Winamp fame (or infamy, take your pick). There's a sample project in the installer which gives you an example of how a song could be mixed in the program.

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Old 2009-02-17, 05:57   Link #296
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I'm looking for a good program that allows me to play piano on my computer
Like playing piano without having a real piano nor keyboard, does that even exist? lol
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Old 2009-03-16, 04:31   Link #297
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Just want to make sure of something..

Last year i D/L a torrent file in some site.. And i don't have a utorrent that time,
and as i was about to D/L again with the same file. This time it didn't download properly.. >_<

Any idea what's wrong with it? And what software should i use?
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Old 2009-03-16, 05:07   Link #298
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there probably isn't any seeds left for that torrent as you downloaded it last year... just search for a more recent torrent which should have an adequate number of seeds
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Old 2009-03-16, 10:32   Link #299
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I'm looking for a good program that allows me to play piano on my computer
Like playing piano without having a real piano nor keyboard, does that even exist? lol
I know one, but isn't free:
http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail...o/1020789694/1

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Old 2009-03-24, 09:12   Link #300
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there probably isn't any seeds left for that torrent as you downloaded it last year... just search for a more recent torrent which should have an adequate number of seeds
Oh thanks.. That really help me..

I'm looking for a program where it can speed in terms of opening some folders..
Coz, when i try to open a folder or my mozilla firefox it took about 30secs to open..
At worst 1minute.. Anyone?
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