Reboot and keep hitting ESC, F2, F8, F10 or whatever the computer requires… But, there is another way, which I found out trying this for an old ASUS Transformer T100. According to Asus: Press and hold the F2 button, then click the power button. DO NOT RELEASE the F2 button until the BIOS screen display.
Of course this does not work, why else would I write about it?
Another issue …. suddenly the unified folders view was not showing the e-mails anymore from one of my e-mail accounts. Solution? Delete some files and force Thunderbird to recreate it’s unified folders cache.
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Using a new (to me) version of Word 2019 brings new challenges. I create invoices in Microsoft Word and save them as a PDF file to send by e-mail. In Acrobat it started showing the Word document property for document title, and no longer the filename, like I was used to in Word 2013.
The answer is a simple option… you just have to know where to find it:
You can tell when the “used range” excel is using is too big and is going to add extra blank rows when you use the scroll bar to the right and it goes beyond the last row of actual data when you scroll to the bottom. Terrible when trying to print your data. I’ve found something, and corrected the procedure, so it consistently works to delete those blank rows.
How to show your script output as it is producing it. Normally everything is buffered and shown all at once, but sometimes you want to show the actual progress of the script. This needs a few steps to get it working.
You want a CSV, a comma-separated file, to actually have comma’s as separators and NOT semi-colons as your field delimiter! However, in countries where the comma is used as decimal separator, this is not by default for Excel. Various sources hint to the solution, but none are really complete. You need to do this:
1. Change the system – region settings – additional settings – to use a , as list separator. 2. Change Excel – options – advanced – to not “Use system separators”, but manually set a . as Decimal separator and , as Thousands separator. 3. Then with Excel, save your file as “CSV (Comma Delimited)” 4. Change your Excel setting back to what it was (Use system separators), so you can continue your work like you’re used to.
I ran into this issue: Any link in my code/theme/plugin to standard Woocommerce pages did not go to the correct translated page! However the solution provided here will break whenever WooCommerce is updated. The correct way of solving this is adding some filters…
HTTP Error 413.1 – Request Entity Too Large – The page was not displayed because the request entity is too large. Large file? Large problem! On IIS you can get this error while trying to upload. Read this and then think… maybe edit the web.config file in the root? So you try adding this, or something similar:
but you simply get: HTTP Error 500.19 – Internal Server Error – The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the page is invalid. – so, whatever you were thinking is: Wrong! When using IIS manager you get:
while the ‘uploadReadAheadSize’ does not appear anywhere in the web.config. But: it helps and there are no more errors while uploading! So you have to set these values in IIS Manager itself. Problem? Solved!