I have a lot of E-Books on my PC, and I don’t have a good method to put a bookmark on the page I stop reading until I found a method to “Restore last view settings when reopening documents” for Adobe Reader 9. (Adobe Reader Download)
Someone asked me, how to get the RGB value of a color on a webpage, it can be the background color, font color, or anything, and its not limited to only webpage. Technically you can get the RGB value of the color that appear on any pixel on your computer screen. I know there is a lot of software that allow you to get the value of RGB on any pixel, but this method that I am going to show doesn’t require any software to install, it only use Microsoft Paint.
I am going to use a website as an example, and I am going to show you how to get the background color of the website. Open the website on your favourite browser.
Recently I installed PPSTREAM, a software that enable you to stream video from internet, and after the installation, the PPSTREAM do not display chinese character correctly. Therefore, I create this guide on how to enable Chinese language as the language for non-Unicode programs.
This is the main page of the PPSTREAM before I set Chinese language as the language for Non-Unicode programs. You can see that some of the chinese character do displayed correctly, But the main menu character is not.
Today I am going to show the steps on how to enable Offline Gmail. First of all, let me introduce what is Offline Gmail. Offline Gmail is a very nice feature offered by Google that enable you to synchronize your emails on your inbox to your PC. I am not sure how Google store it, but after you enable Offline Gmail, and sync all your emails, you are able to check your Gmail (of course you cant receive new email) even if you are not connected to internet (only on that PC). For more information about this Offline Gmail, please click here.
The first step to enable the Offline Gmail, of course you will need to log on to your Gmail, and click the Settings at the top right corner of your Gmail Homepage.
Under the Settings, click Offline.
Received an e-mail from Microsoft, about the expiration of Window 7 RC. For those who ever request for product key of Window 7 RC should also receive this email.
Today I log in to my Gmail account, checking email, before it reach my inbox, it pop out a page showing the new Google feature, Google Buzz. What is that?
One of my friend (thanks to him), send me a link to a very nice Verbatim site. At that site you can create your own Verbatim monster, and fight. After winning a match, your ranking will increase, and they use the GB to measure your point for each monster.
These are my monsters.
Minimize All Other Window
When you have a lot of windows opened, and you want minimize all, I think you know that you can click on the “Show Desktop” button (if you enable Quick Launch on your Window 7) or you can click on the bottom right side of your screen, where there is a show desktop button on the right side of the system clock. But there is another method of minimizing all other window (except the one you want it to remain unminimize). Now, if you have Window 7, try this:
- open several window, you can have window media player, internet browser, up to you
- now choose one window that you want it to remain unminimize
- click on the top of the window, like how you normally drag the window around, and start to shake the window (either up down, or left right)
- you should see that all other window is being minimize, but the only window left is the window I shake, and my Google Talk, I guess this method doesn’t minimize Google Talk.
I have use Google Wave for sometime, and I found out that it is indeed a very useful tools offered by Google. From the beginning of Google Mail, Google offers a lot of features/tools like Google Calendar, Google Document, Google Translating, Google Ads, …, and now it offer this new Google Wave. Currently Google Wave is still a “beta” version or Google call it “preview”.
So, what is Google Wave? Let go through this video, where the Dr. Wave will show you what exactly is Google Wave.
This morning, I decide to change my wall paper, which is used for quite some time, I fire up my Google Chrome and do a normal Google Image search. As normal, I click on the image that i found interesting. But this time, after I click this, the image page is not the normal image page from Google. To reconfirm this, I repeat the search on few other keyword, which all result in same image page.