I installed Foxy Gestures too, with limited success; it seems to be somehow page-specific whether the gestures work or not. I’ve been following this thread and I’m curious to see how the Mozilla devs handle it…
Thanks I should learn about DosBox and such, then I could have it all on one PC or laptop. Just dug out my two Ubuntu books yesterday and looking over the intro again. Yes, the Lotus smart sweet had been run on a laptop with a 40 GB drive, had Word and Wordperfect Excel and a game on it, and still had 10 GB left over. Wish I had that machine back again : ) I’m trying to remember if that was MB not GB : ) It was in 1994 I’m pretty sure. The company I worked for furnished the laptop… When they lost the next bid about 3 years later, they took the laptop with them, and the next company that took over the place, did not furnish me with a laptop… So, I went out and bought a cheap one and never had all those programs on the same computer again, all the programs SWELLED in size and were memory hungry.
Greetings Tage and Group
My name is Bill Wood, I have WAY too many hobbies and interests to do much good in any of them. My main hobby is Amateur Radio, hence the call letters KE9XQ. I would bore you with the list, so will keep this short. Learnng is getting harder for me too, as I read a paragraph and an hour later might fail test on it : ) I’m not that old yet, 71, but still feel young enough to start another project. IF any of you guys want some salvaged parts from old TVs Radios and such for a project, I have a fairly large joungue box : ) I’m willing to share the goodies. I also have a hobby of saving OLDE radio programs and TV shows. 99% are in the public domain, so if you want so Fibber McGee and Molly or Gun Smoke and a horde of others titles, let me know I’ll share them VIA Wetransfer or give you a dvd or two : ) I have a 70 Chevy C10 that I’m looking for parts for AND a few pother things that help keep me busy. Look forward to getting to know more of you as tme goes on here. Cheers
Last night’s meeting was nice. I liked the presentation on GIMP as I was aware of GIMP, but had not really seen a lot of its capabilities before. Adam’s presentation of Manjaro was also interesting to me with the repositories and the GUI that they use. I might try it out.
I also appreciate the open conversation that we had about privacy and encryption on the internet and all of you who spoke up to answer my questions about the concern.