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    Cool What the? Oh, this is amusing.....

    Anybody spot the mistake in this screenshot?



    http://wamrfixit.homeip.net/public/screenshot154.jpg


    It happens under system->emulators, and utilities->editor.

    Interesting eh?

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    Default Re: What the? Oh, this is amusing.....

    ...oh yes, and while I'm here.....

    Can someone tell me (as simply as possible) how to make the link and the thumbnail together please?

    I tried but failed .

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    Default Re: What the? Oh, this is amusing.....

    Nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by growbag View Post
    ...oh yes, and while I'm here.....

    Can someone tell me (as simply as possible) how to make the link and the thumbnail together please?

    I tried but failed .


    HTML Code:
    [URL="http://wamrfixit.homeip.net/public/screenshot154.jpg"][IMG]http://wamrfixit.homeip.net/public/screenshot154-thumb.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
    That'll make the image be the link, like above.

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    Default Re: What the? Oh, this is amusing.....

    wehrmacht wrote:
    > Can someone tell me (as simply as possible) how to make the link and
    > the thumbnail together please?


    to do that you build an html page, and then link to it..

    see <http://www.texan.dk/temp/test.html>

    and inspect the source, to see the simple code..

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    Cool Re: What the? Oh, this is amusing.....

    lol, I just looked at that link you posted DenverD.

    Thanks for that .

    I'm now known as: "The user formerly known as Wehrmacht"!

    The menu recursion was a scream, I found it too amusing to make me angry!

    But I got fed up with KDE4 again and re-installed using KDE3. It was slowing my system down too much, three seconds wait for the menu to pop up was just too much .

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    > But I got fed up with KDE4 again and re-installed using KDE3. It was
    > slowing my system down too much, three seconds wait for the menu to pop
    > up was just too much .


    yep, unfortunately it is a fact in the current state of KDE4 it is for fun,
    experimentation and testing..

    if you wanna have a quality desktop exprience you need to, for now, stick with
    the more stable and capable desktop environments of KDE3, Gnome or some of the
    others..

    i really can't understand how so many folks can not find/read this: "Please note
    KDE-4.0.x is still very experimental and it is not recommended for Newbies ...
    It is intended mainly for developers and cutting edge hackers or those who live
    and breath on the cutting edge of the latest software updates. Newbies, during
    the install please select KDE-3.5.9 or Gnome desktops instead, in order to
    obtain more stability." in http://tinyurl.com/3vwrzl

    well, come to think about it...i wish it didn't reference 'Newbies', because the
    fact of the matter is the MOST experienced users will also be aggravated by that
    three second wait!!

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