How to get rid of the window edges
I can get rid of most of the window edges for a data-window by using:
This howeven leaves me with small edges as on this Vo Window:
Can I get rid of these small edges as well ?
John Martens wrote:
> I can get rid of most of the window edges for a data-window by using:
> SELF:EnableBo...How to get rid of Butler window?
One of my start up items is Butler. This time, the program started ok,
but the little window that says "Starting up Butler" got stuck, and is
still there. How do I get rid of it? I don't see any obvious button.
On Sun, 30 Jul 2006 14:45:03 -0500, Kiran wrote
(in article <firstname.lastname@example.org>):
> One of my start up items is Butler. This time, the program started ok,
> but the little window that says "Starting up Butler" got stuck, and is
> still there. How do I get rid of it? I don't see any obvious button.
Can't you force quit it?...getting rid of network logon window
I recently installed a xircom network/modem card in my dell laptop.
However, when I start/restart my laptop, shortly after starting
windows I get a logon window asking for my network password. I
normally don't put anything on it, but is there a way to get rid of
thanks in advance.
Yes, in network properties, select "Windows Logon" as the primary logon.
alfonso gayoso wrote:
> I recently installed a xircom network/modem card in my dell laptop.
> However, when I start/restart my laptop, shortly after starting
> windows I get a logon window asking for my network password. I
> normally don't put anything on it, but is there a way to get rid of
> thanks in advance.
thanks a lot!
...Re: get rid of persistent cookie
the reason they weren't being removed was that I was trying to keep
another long term cookie in the cookie jar. When I deleted it and
allowed Safari reset to "delete all cookies" all the cookies were
deleted and didn't reappear.
howto <email@example.com> wrote:
> Here's the last reply from the content manager of the web site after I
> sent him the cookies -
> "They said it is simply google analytics tracking our web traffic.
and earlier, you wrote
> their spokesman said that they arent tracking any one
If accurately quote...How to get rid of Connecting to Server window
I used the Go menu in the Finder (10.4.8) to go to the public folder on
a friend's iDisk. I then used the Eject command under the Finder's
File menu to eject his hard disk/public folder icon; it disappeared
from my desktop. But ever since then (which was days ago), I have had
an open Connecting to Server window with spinning barberpole on my
desktop which tells me that I am trying to connect to his public
folder. I am unable to get rid of it and would appreciate knowing how
to do so. Thanks.
Ed Wicks <EdWicks@noplace.net> writes:
> I used the Go menu in the Finder (10.4.8) to go to the public folder on
> a friend's iDisk. I then used the Eject command under the Finder's
> File menu to eject his hard disk/public folder icon; it disappeared
> from my desktop. But ever since then (which was days ago), I have had
> an open Connecting to Server window with spinning barberpole on my
> desktop which tells me that I am trying to connect to his public
> folder. I am unable to get rid of it and would appreciate knowing how
> to do so. Thanks.
Does this happen all the time, or only under some circumstances? If
it's happening during file-open or file-save-as operations, then I have
seen it and have an explanation.
Many applications record the most-recently-used folder, in order to make
that the next-viewed folder when you launch the app next, or open
another file in it. When this folder is on a network volume, it tries
to r...get rid of Windows servers entirely
In love with Linux
Gigi Onag May 24 2004
"Our intention is to get rid of Windows servers entirely."
Investing in Linux, while no longer novel, is still considered by many
companies to be a maverick move. The reasons have less to do with
Linux's perceived robutness than the risk of moving away from the
safety-net of the Windows camp.
But for IT public relations specialist the EBA Group, the insurance of
Microsoft will be taking a back seat, in favor of the security and cost
advantages that it has seen in Linux. The EBA Group is now on a journey
that would lead to a full Linux m...Windows Restore virus
What is Windows restore virus:
Windows Restore or WinRestore is a commonly known fake program which
blongs to rogue spyware family. it is also known as WindowsRestore and
has a clone named System Restore virus. It is 100 percent sure and
confirmed that Windows Restore is not a legitimate and useful computer
software but a bogus and piece of fraud tools and a part of scam. You
might be thinking how can it be a part of scam. The Answer is that
Windows-Restore virus is a fake software developed by hackers. They
just want to sell this product to innocent computer users and swindle
their money. To get this program purchased, They drop it into
computers over internet using malicious websites ,worm and
To get rid of this virus, install an anti malware or follow the manual
removal instructions from this tutorial
On Sun, 17 Apr 2011 07:16:17 -0700 (PDT), darfun
>What is Windows restore virus:
>To get rid of this virus, install an anti malware or follow the manual
>removal instructions from this tutorial
alt.comp.anti-virus is that way ---------------->
darfun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What is Windows restore virus:
> Windows Restore or WinRestore is a commonly known fake program which
> blongs to rogue spyware family. it is also known as WindowsRestore and
> has a clone named S...Google gets rid of office PCs with windows
Google gets rid of office PCs with windows
More stories going into print.
Google replacing Office PCs that comes with windows
with Linux PCs and Unix based OS such as those sold
It is the beginning of the end of micoshaft corporation.
Google hurts micoshaft marketing
Google is going to kill micoshaft corporation.
Time to swat up on Linux me thinks starting with distros
like Ubuntu, Fedora, mint, kubuntu etc..
Its free and has overall b...Re: get rid of persistent cookie #2
anonymous.org exp last activity 01/27/2012 time contents
anonymous.org exp last visit 01/27/2012 time contents
Here is what the cookies look like - I didn't put the name of the
organization as their spokesman said that they arent tracking any one -
maybe their tech consultants and support set it up or someone else is
capturing their traffic and posing as them. Who knows? Early in the
game there was a cookie that said "tracking" in the name field. I
deleted it quickly and it hasn't reappeared but obviously I'm still
linked somehow to keep getting the other cookies.
The time is refreshed with each appearance and the contents is always a
different string of numbers. Anyway, since I visited their web site,
these cookies keep appearing in the cookie jar a while after I've
deleted them. When I do a full reset on Safari they disappear but still
come back whenever I go online and start Safari again. Obviously
something downloads the cookies whenever Safari restarts.
My firewall is fully on and set to block everything.
In article <howto-06CBBB.email@example.com>,
howto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> anonymous.org exp last activity 01/27/2012 time contents
> anonymous.org exp last visit 01/27/2012 time contents
> Here is what the cookies look like - I didn't put the name of the
> organization as their spokesman said that they arent tracking a...It's time to get rid of Windows
Some people out there used no fewer than six Windows botnets to go
after this one guy....How did this happen? It happened because Windows
is an insecure piece of junk. Anyone who knows anything about security
knows that this kind of disaster was only a matter of time. Windows
botnets are responsible for DDoS attacks and most of e-mail spam.
You cannot secure Windows. Microsoft keeps saying that they will, and
they always fail. Period. Windows has been insecure since day one and
it's still going to be insecure when Windows 7 shows up.
Perhaps it's time to start blocking Windows PCs from the Internet.
Sound crazy? Yes, I agree.
But, I'll tell you something else that's crazy. It's crazy that whole
sections of the Internet can be shut down by a few people controlling
huge Windows botnets for petty, personal reasons.
nessuno <email@example.com> writes:
> Some people out there used no fewer than six Windows botnets to go
> after this one guy....How did this happen? It happened because Windows
> is an insecure piece of junk. Anyone who knows anything about security
> knows that this kind of disaster was only a matter of time. Windows
> botnets are responsible for DDoS attacks and most of e-mail spam.
> You cannot secure Windows. Microsoft keeps saying that they will, and
> they always fail. Period. Wi...How to get rid of pop-up window when run query?
I have a question when I created a query with date() in the criteria. I
want to generate a list of gifts sent in 10 days. The code I put in
criteria of query is
And the problem is when I run the query, there is a pop-up window
asking for parameter of date(). It is really weird, it seems ACCESS
didn't recognize the Date function.
Can any one give me some idea?
Thanks a lot.
Try removing the square brackets from the Date function. Access thinks
you are referring to a column in the query.
BTW, this was a separate column (Expr1), and the criteria was <=10, as
I assume that Receive_date IS a separate column in your query...
Thank you very much. It works!
...Help getting rid of perpetual unit converter window?
I'm running 10.4.6 on a Quicksilver 867 as an auxiliary computer, mainly
to control certain things going on in my house (music playing, etc.). It
is headless, I run it via Timbuktu. Somehow I seem to have made the unit
converter utility (I assume it is a dashboard thing) visible outside of
dashboard; it runs as a permanent floating window on top of everything
else. This is annoying, although I have moved it down to the bottom edge
of the screen to minimize the intrusion. I can't figure out how to get
rid of it, can anybody help me? It survives a restart. It has no
c...How to get rid of an error message in the Task Progress window?
I normally have my settings set such that remote graphics do NOT get
displayed by default. If I trust a message, and see that there are
graphics I'm missing, I might click the "get graphics" icon on my
Eudora message window. In this case, apparently, the server that
offered the graphics was NOT functioning...after 2 minutes, Eudora
included an error message in the Task Progress window ("Error while
performing uknown task for Dominant...no response from server after 20
Later...I re-opened the message, click the Get Pictures icon, and the
pi...Currently dual-booting, want to get rid of Windows
A few months back I have finally buckled down and installed Linux
(Debian Sarge) on my computer. As I was a Windows user for many years,
I've kept my Windows XP installation and used dual-booting.
My current hard-drive scheme looks like this (output from fdisk -l):
Disk /dev/sda: 80.0 GB, 80026361856 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 9729 cylinders
Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
/dev/sda1 1 1770 14217493+ 7 HPFS/NTFS
/dev/sda2 * 1835 3045 9727357+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 1771 1834 514080 82 Linux swap
/dev/sda4 3046 9729 53689230 f W95 Ext'd (LBA)
/dev/sda5 3046 9729 53689198+ 83 Linux
Partition table entries are not in disk order
As you can see, Windows is on the first partition, Debian is on the
second (My bootloader is GRUB), the swap is the third and a general
data partition (ext2) is on the forth.
Ever since I've installed Linux, I haven't found one reason to boot
Windows and now I wish to delete it (Format its partition) and move the
free space thus created to the general data partition (Without losing
any data from my Linux and general data partitions of course).
Obviously(?) this requires moving partitions 2-5 down.
What are the steps that I need to follow in order to perform this task?
Th...How to Get Rid of Message When Rebooting Windows XP Machine
My son aborted a software installation and now he gets a message when
rebooting asking him to reinsert the CD containing the software, in
his CD rom drive. Only problem is that he threw away the CD. Now he
doesn't know how to get rid of this message. He has tried everything
he can think of to get rid of this message, but nothing works. Anyone
have any ideas? Inserting a different CD does help.
...It has to be Linux or BSD....or something, just get rid of Windows.
My wife brought home a coworker's laptop. It was having problems. Yup, you
guessed it, XP. With a sigh, I started it up, logged in, (was able to
administer the system with no password, BTW.)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/......./run was LOADED with crap. Settings were wide open
for any malware to take over.
The windopes can't have it both ways, you can't argue that "a properly
administered machine" wouldn't have this problem, and turn around and say
Linux is "too hard" or "why do I need to know how to administer my system."
I have been using linux since 1...how to get rid of top blue window bar in GUI?
I made a very simple splash-screen by making a GUI window visible for a
few seconds and then go on with the main application. However, I'd like
to get rid of the top blue bar in the splash screen. Is that possible?
...Can I delete a Windows file to get rid of a Trojan?
Recently my system has been infected with a Trojan called
downloader.agent which has defied all attempts to get rid of it. It
creates an exe file called polall1l.exe which activies at 00.20. I've
just done a text search and found this string in two Windows files:
user.dat and localnrd.inf.
The latter was last altered September 27 and contains the name only.
Can I delete either or both of these files safely and will this get
rid of the problem?
A_Baron@ABaron.Demon.Co.UK (Alexander Baron) wrote in
> Recently my system has been infected with a Trojan called
> downloader.agent which has defied all attempts to get rid of it. It
> creates an exe file called polall1l.exe which activies at 00.20. I've
> just done a text search and found this string in two Windows files:
> user.dat and localnrd.inf.
> The latter was last altered September 27 and contains the name only.
> Can I delete either or both of these files safely and will this get
> rid of the problem?
It seems that you have a *hidden* process that's running on the machine and
all attempts to locate the culprit have failed and it keeps creating the
Maybe, the link and some of the tools being explained like Process Explorer
can help you pinpoint what is doing it. If you have a NT based O/S, you can
also enable Auditing on the computer and it will log p...how do i get windows minimization event in the child video window of windows media player
i am working on a rendering filter and my filter is used by the
windows media player. i need the windows minimization event WM_SIZE
with the flag SIZE_MINIMIZE to be received by my video window which
inturn will be received by the filter to do some internal processing.
My video window is a child window of the media player.
I am able to receive the WM_SIZE event with the flag SIZE_RESTORED
but not with the other flags namely SIZE_MAXIMIZED, SIZE_MAXSHOW,
can any genius help me out regarding this.
thanking in antisipation
"chides...Print selective datasets in report ... how do I get rid of the PopUp Window ?
I have a ListBox with the name IstCountry were several Countries are
in which one can choose (0 to all).
And I got a Button with a code behind, as follows...
Private Sub Command57_Click()
Dim Element As Variant
Dim Bedingung As String
Dim Country As Variant
'Ist �berhaupt ein Eintrag markiert?
If Me!IstCountry.ItemsSelected.Count = 0 Then Exit Sub
For Each Element In Me!IstCountry.ItemsSelected
Country = Me!IstCountry.ItemData(Element)
Bedingung = Bedingung & "Country = " & Country & " OR "
'Rechtes OR abschneiden
Bedingung = Left(Bedingung, Len(Bedingung) - 4)
It all works pretty well .. BUT .. there is a PopUp Window after
selecting a country that says "Enter parameter value" then there is
the country as I marked it as header and a textfield below wher i have
to type that selected country in again to get the report just for that
....What do I do wrong?
I want to get rid of that PopUp-Window of course, cause I thought all
is properly selected, but as it seems, it is not.
Any idea appreciated
...How to Get Rid of Message When Rebooting Windows XP Machine #2
My son aborted a software install on his Windows XP pc. Now he gets a
message at reboot to mount this CD in his CD rom drive. Unfortunately
he can't find this CD. He has tried everything he can think of
including putting in a different CD in the CD rom drive. Nothing seems
to work. Anyone have any ideas of how to get rid of this message.
I would say that there is something in the registry that is hanging on to
this aborted installation. Search for something unique about it and you
will probably find it.
"Mike" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> My son aborted a software install on his Windows XP pc. Now he gets a
> message at reboot to mount this CD in his CD rom drive. Unfortunately
> he can't find this CD. He has tried everything he can think of
> including putting in a different CD in the CD rom drive. Nothing seems
> to work. Anyone have any ideas of how to get rid of this message.
Run regedit and search for Runonce, delete the values in these keys
that relate to the software or have a path to your cdrom drive. There
are several of these keys so after clear one hit F3 to find the next.
"Wayne Tiffany" <wayne.tiffanyRMVJUNK@asi.com> wrote in message news:<2p1629Ff4drdU1@uni-berlin.de>...
> I would say that there is something in the registry...Two cookies that IE can't get rid of...
I've successfully deleted all cookies from IE (5.2.3, the one that
comes with Panther) except for two. Every time I delete them, they
keep popping back up. They are "apple.com iToolsPlugin" and "mac.com
iToolsPlugin". How do I get rid of these cookies permanently?
"No urban night is like the night [in NYC]...here is our poetry, for we have
pulled down the stars to our will."
- Ezra Pound, poet and critic, 9/18/1912, reflecting on New York City
In article <email@example.com>,
Keeper of the Purple Twilight <firstname.lastname@example.org&g...[News] Texans Get Rid of Windows Tax, Using GNU/Linux
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Understanding the Scope
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| Besides...Linux Against Poverty does not end in Austin...this is only the
| beginning. People on 4 continents are waiting for us to get this documented
| so they can hold their own event.
Linux, Mac users - your copy of Windows may be tax deductible
,----[ Quote ]
| While better than previous years, it is still little comfort to Macintosh
| users or those who may not be able to get WINE working for whatever reason.
| The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has not indicated any interest in producing
| either a cross-platform edition of e-tax or a release for any non-Microsoft
| operating system.
Call for Tax Deductibility for Donating (to) FLOSS (AU)
,----[ Quote ]
| There is cause to believe that an entity could be established in such a way
| as to be a deductible gift recipient under the Australian Income Tax
| legislation and that donations of open source software to that entity would
| give rise to a tax deduction to the benefit of the donor while preserving
| public access to the software. Such an arrangement would benefit individual
| FLOSS developers (who have an income against which a deduction can be
| claimed), including those whose FLOSS activities are pro bono at the moment.
| There is no reason to think the same principles would...[News] World is Ready to Get Rid of Windows and Move to GNU/Linux
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The World Beyond Microsoft
,----[ Quote ]
| It is hard to say, what would really happen, if Microsoft vanished. It would
| pose a giant problem, induce a crisis, recession maybe, maybe even deep
| cleansing - almost alike greek catharsis. Maybe a return to the roots, or
| total collapse of civilization. Or maybe the life would anyway go on ? The
| software creators would have to revisit their approach to work they do. There
| is life beyond Visual Studio, MSDN and DirectX, you know.