Needing to try this on a website
Found this really handy tool to use if you are looking for fonts for web design etc. It’s Tinder for fonts!!!
Try it fontflipper.com
Well, catching up on a bit of Sunday telly on a Tuesday – still can’t believe this series is based just before I was born!! how things have changed…
Going to give this a go again, I’m going to try and build the Scalescenes industrial box file layout and document how I get on. If you are interested the link is up there in the menu at the top…
Have you ever dragged that window off the screen and not been able to get it back?
Use Alt + Tab to cycle through the open windows until you get to the one that is off the screen.
Alt + spacebar will maximise it into your window!
I was sent a couple of documents today that must have been produced on Pages on the Mac. We couldn’t open them, but the easy work-around was to log into my icloud.com account which has Pages available online. Upload the documents and then download them in the word format. Sorted!!
Didn’t think this would work, but searching in google for software followed by 94FBR shows sites that may have keys for the relevant software.
Haven’t tried if the codes work, and guess they shouldn’t be used anyway, but was suprided this worked.
Today, a colleague was having issues on his Facebook where things were not loading and when clicking on his messages and Notifications they were not loading.
Clearing the Chrome Browser Cache seemed to sort out the problem.
In Chrome click on the three dots at the top right to open the menu.
At the bottom of this screen click on the advanced options if they aren’t already open.
in the privacy section, click on the clear browsing cache button and in my case I selected the last hour option and selected everything BUT the passwords boxes.
Hit Ok and it seemed to sort out the issue.
Great app that has been developed by google to allow an easy way of getting your old printed photos into google photos.
It’s called PhotoScan and can be downloaded for android and iOS.
It’s really simple and works great. Take the initial photo and then move the camera to the four marked spots and hey presto it’s done.
Now to scan that drawer full of pics.
If you have a small image file and try to enlarge it, it can create many problems such as blurry image and jagged edges.
Good programmes to allow you to enlarge the file and so ‘Blow it up’ clearer is:
Resizing a logo, try;