“Off-road / not maintained” is used for the sort of road that needs a serious 4WD.
“Street / unpaved” can be used for just dirt roads.
Two segment loops, particularly when creating Service Stations.
Gebrauchsanweisung für Kühlboxen
Mode d’emploi pour réfrigérateurs portatifs
The front cover mentions the following models
The below manual was included with this Electrolux portable refrigerator:
The manual itself
with Adobe version 9.5 –> 11.
The fix is to grant all "Users", "Full Control" to the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat PDFMaker Registry Key
(on a 64-bit system, this will be
I use VeraCrypt to create a encrypted hard drive. That way, if I lose the drive, the lucky finder won’t be able to read the data.
The steps are as follows:
I needed to ZIP-up some log files in a number of subdirectories. In the past, I have used the PKZIP utility.
I couldn’t find my copy of PKZIP
“Doesn’t PowerShell have a compress-archive command?”
’Why, yes it does!’
Two commands later:
$files=get-childitem *.log -Recurse
compress-archive $files -DestinationPath c:\data\AllTheLogFiles
I had my AllTheLogFiles.Zip file.
My backup tool of choice is SyncBackPro. It’s a quality product at a reasonable price.
One of the things I backup is my Apple iPhone and iTunes folders. I take a snapshot of these by using the Compression feature, with a custom filename.
You can generate a custom filename this by creating your own variable in the Profile Setup/Variables area.
In the screenshot (about) you can see that I’ve created the Variable Name
DATETIMENOW with the Value
In the screenshot, this translates to
I then use this in the Profile Setup for the actual backup:
As simple as that.
The Pull Cord uses a Ball and Socket arrangement.
ie. the knotted cord sits in a socket.
After some years of use, the ball socket can break:
(the “blue tack” was a previous repair)
I found your page on Google (Jasc Image Robot – October 2009) and was just wondering if you still have Image Robot or if you know where I can get a copy of it?
No, and no.
But a quick look at Google shows that XnConvert might do what they want. It will read 500+ image formats, and output to 100+ formats.
And it’s freeware.
I also briefly looked at Advanced Batch Image Convertor, but the two problems I had with it were that a) it won’t read PaintShop Pro images (PSP) and b) only 5 export formats.
I was looking at the picture on the right, and was thinking, there’s something wrong with it.
But I didn’t know what.
So I did a check on TinEye*, and found several close matches.
By the looks of it, the first image was rotated left, so the display board was level; and it has been cropped.
* yes, I wrote about TinEye 3 years ago. I’m still impressed with the service.