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meower

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Posted: May 25, 2017 - 11:55am

Farking paypal.

 

I can't sign in. it has my old telephone number as the way to communicate with me and does not give me the option to use my email to change my password.  WTH


ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: May 24, 2017 - 7:29am

Ooh, 2 good leads, thanks!
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Posted: May 24, 2017 - 6:36am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Augusta went on a field trip to the hinterlands and came back with an assortment of fossils—two of them are sandstone that's falling apart. I'm trying to find a source for a preservative but the Google only wants to show me page after page on how fossils are preserved in the first place... Any tips? I'm pretty sure there's an epoxy for this.

Ask here.
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Posted: May 24, 2017 - 6:35am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Augusta went on a field trip to the hinterlands and came back with an assortment of fossils—two of them are sandstone that's falling apart. I'm trying to find a source for a preservative but the Google only wants to show me page after page on how fossils are preserved in the first place... Any tips? I'm pretty sure there's an epoxy for this.

 
Indigo_xia is a rock geek, as is another peep. Maybe ask her/them?
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Posted: May 24, 2017 - 5:51am

Augusta went on a field trip to the hinterlands and came back with an assortment of fossils—two of them are sandstone that's falling apart. I'm trying to find a source for a preservative but the Google only wants to show me page after page on how fossils are preserved in the first place... Any tips? I'm pretty sure there's an epoxy for this.
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Posted: May 2, 2017 - 3:18pm

 Alafia wrote:
Anything you can do would be awesome. {#Meditate} 
 
https://www.gofundme.com/service-trip-to-fiber-arts-center 

 
*bump*
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Posted: Apr 28, 2017 - 4:38am

Anything you can do would be awesome. {#Meditate} 
 
https://www.gofundme.com/service-trip-to-fiber-arts-center 


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Posted: Apr 25, 2017 - 4:48pm

 Proclivities wrote:

Running the "Clean Printer Head" function has worked for my printer when colors are weak or missing, though my printer only takes two cartridges (one black, one tri-color).  The "Align" function may work.  You've probably tried those already though.

 
Yeah, tried all the cleaning and head alignment stuff.  
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Posted: Apr 25, 2017 - 8:47am

 K_Love wrote:
Need help with a stupid printer problem. I have an Epson WorkForce 845, which has worked perfectly for years. I recently had to change the black cartridge but the levels for the 3 separate color cartridges were fine so I left them alone and now it won't print in color. When I try to print something, parts of the image will come out with yellow only but extremely faint. I resisted changing the color cartridges since the levels indicated that they should be fine but I did just in case it would solve my problem but it didn't. Any thoughts or suggestions?

 
Running the "Clean Printer Head" function has worked for my printer when colors are weak or missing, though my printer only takes two cartridges (one black, one tri-color).  The "Align" function may work.  You've probably tried those already though.


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Posted: Apr 25, 2017 - 8:26am

Need help with a stupid printer problem. I have an Epson WorkForce 845, which has worked perfectly for years. I recently had to change the black cartridge but the levels for the 3 separate color cartridges were fine so I left them alone and now it won't print in color. When I try to print something, parts of the image will come out with yellow only but extremely faint. I resisted changing the color cartridges since the levels indicated that they should be fine but I did just in case it would solve my problem but it didn't. Any thoughts or suggestions?
K_Love

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Posted: Jan 23, 2017 - 10:03am

 Proclivities wrote:

You can change the numbers to negative numbers (just type a minus sign in front of each).  If it's too many numbers to type a "-" in each cell, you can copy and paste the cells into a new column, then type "-1" in another cell.  Copy that "-1" cell and select the numbers you need to change to negative values.  Right click and select "Paste Special" then select "Multiply" under "Operation" in the Paste Special window - it will multiply all of your numbers by "-1" - making them negative values.  The Autosum function only adds, so you need to have negative numbers in order to subtract.  Oh, here's a tutorial page with a similar approach.  There are probably other ways with scripts or other functions, but I've been out of the Excel - VB Script world for a while. 

 
Okay, thanks. I'll try this and will check out that link.
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Posted: Jan 20, 2017 - 11:48am

 K_Love wrote:
Need some Google spreadsheet help, and I'm sure this is really easy but I can't figure it out. In the example below, the top number is the number I need to achieve and as I enter numbers into the cells below, it adds up to the bottom number so the goal is to have it equal the number at the top. I want to reverse that and have the bottom number start with the same number as the top one and as I add numbers in cells 2-9, have it subtract those numbers so the goal is to have it equal zero. Hopefully that makes sense.

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You can change the numbers to negative numbers (just type a minus sign in front of each).  If it's too many numbers to type a "-" in each cell, you can copy and paste the cells into a new column, then type "-1" in another cell.  Copy that "-1" cell and select the numbers you need to change to negative values.  Right click and select "Paste Special" then select "Multiply" under "Operation" in the Paste Special window - it will multiply all of your numbers by "-1" - making them negative values.  The Autosum function only adds, so you need to have negative numbers in order to subtract.  Oh, here's a tutorial page with a similar approach.  There are probably other ways with scripts or other functions, but I've been out of the Excel - VB Script world for a while. 


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Posted: Jan 20, 2017 - 11:25am

Need some Google spreadsheet help, and I'm sure this is really easy but I can't figure it out. In the example below, the top number is the number I need to achieve and as I enter numbers into the cells below, it adds up to the bottom number so the goal is to have it equal the number at the top. I want to reverse that and have the bottom number start with the same number as the top one and as I add numbers in cells 2-9, have it subtract those numbers so the goal is to have the bottom cell equal zero. Hopefully that makes sense.

 


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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 12:38pm

 Lazy8 wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
The single most common issue I have with using Dropbox to collaborate is when people delete something on their end... Only happens on deadline though. I do have one client put photos in, I clean them up, they put them in their newsletter, I print the newsletter, all without having to email back and forth and get lots of duplicate/outdated files piled up everywhere.

Had a moment of panic at work when a coworker deleted a huge directory, We were able to bring it back with the recover feature but the guy was sweating cannonballs for a while there.

 
Now I have the "notifications" on so whenever there's some activity, I get a little floating notice... then I send a message to them and say "what's going on?" and they're a little weirded out by that and I say "yes, you're working in the wrong folder again" and they go Oops! Tee hee!
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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 12:33pm

 Lazy8 wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Right. You can save it out ("Download As…") as Word or whatever when you're done though.

As long as there's enough overlap between what you make in Google Docs and where you want to go you're ok. Your data is still hostage until you export it.

Doesn't work if the document you're creating doesn't translate into a Docs format (a Photoshop project say, or architectural plans in Autcad, or an MS Schedule, or...). I assume you can upload a Word doc into Docs, never tried as I find Google Docs awkward to use and slow, but there are those who love it.

 
Google Docs is a little awkward to use and I remember getting quirky formatting issues with it sometimes when importing a Word doc, especially with later "docx" (Office 2007?) files.  It worked pretty well with Excel spreadsheets for the work I used to have to do.
Lazy8

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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 12:32pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
The single most common issue I have with using Dropbox to collaborate is when people delete something on their end... Only happens on deadline though. I do have one client put photos in, I clean them up, they put them in their newsletter, I print the newsletter, all without having to email back and forth and get lots of duplicate/outdated files piled up everywhere.

Had a moment of panic at work when a coworker deleted a huge directory, We were able to bring it back with the recover feature but the guy was sweating cannonballs for a while there.
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 12:27pm

 Lazy8 wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Right. You can save it out ("Download As…") as Word or whatever when you're done though.

As long as there's enough overlap between what you make in Google Docs and where you want to go you're ok. Your data is still hostage until you export it.

Doesn't work if the document you're creating doesn't translate into a Docs format (a Photoshop project say, or architectural plans in Autcad, or an MS Schedule, or...). I assume you can upload a Word doc into Docs, never tried as I find Google Docs awkward to use and slow, but there are those who love it.

 
Those of us who don't actually have Word... My needs are simple. Meeting minutes, etc. Yes, you can bring a Word doc into it. I'm sure formatting explodes if you got too fancy.
 
The single most common issue I have with using Dropbox to collaborate is when people delete something on their end... Only happens on deadline though. I do have one client put photos in, I clean them up, they put them in their newsletter, I print the newsletter, all without having to email back and forth and get lots of duplicate/outdated files piled up everywhere.
Lazy8

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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 12:19pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Right. You can save it out ("Download As…") as Word or whatever when you're done though.

As long as there's enough overlap between what you make in Google Docs and where you want to go you're ok. Your data is still hostage until you export it.

Doesn't work if the document you're creating doesn't translate into a Docs format (a Photoshop project say, or architectural plans in Autcad, or an MS Schedule, or...). I assume you can upload a Word doc into Docs, never tried as I find Google Docs awkward to use and slow, but there are those who love it.
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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 11:12am

 Lazy8 wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I think so, if everyone already has a google account. If not, you can still authorize people to edit, but I've done that and people always have some issue that makes them not do anything.
 
If you create a shared Dropbox folder and everyone joins, everyone can work on it on their own machines with their own software. If two people make edits at the same time it can cause a problem but it does let you know what happened. 

There's probably a better system tho. 

The Dropbox approach has another advantage: you can use any file format you like and any software. With Google Docs your data is hostage to Google and it's in Google Docs format.

 
Right. You can save it out ("Download As…") as Word or whatever when you're done though.
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Posted: Jun 17, 2016 - 11:07am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I think so, if everyone already has a google account. If not, you can still authorize people to edit, but I've done that and people always have some issue that makes them not do anything.
 
If you create a shared Dropbox folder and everyone joins, everyone can work on it on their own machines with their own software. If two people make edits at the same time it can cause a problem but it does let you know what happened. 

There's probably a better system tho. 

The Dropbox approach has another advantage: you can use any file format you like and any software. With Google Docs your data is hostage to Google and it's in Google Docs format.
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