Why did nobody tell me this before? On a HTC Desire S (and apparently at least some other HTC models) you can grab a screen shot by holding down Power and pressing Home.
Not sure it’s this easy on other Android devices, alas.
Blogger has split itself into separate country domains, such as blogspot.com for US, blogspot.co.uk for UK, blogspot.com.au for AU.
But what’s really puzzling is that these apply to the user, not the blog. The blog may be visible on a multitude of different blogspot country domains, dependent on where the user is located.
This has broken a number of addon tools, such as commenting and social networking.
More details at Girl Does Geek
How to override it (though it only lists a few of the country domains; you’d need to find as many as possible to add in to make it work for everybody)
— It rather appears that Google/Blogger didn’t think too carefully about this.
I rise to speak on the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment (R 18+ Computer Games) Bill 2012. I am sorry that I cannot join in the debate about slide rules and slates, but, like the member for Solomon, I do remember having the Commodore 64. I do remember that, to play a computer game, you had to sit and wait for a tape player to load a game for about half an hour, and hope that it did not get caught some way through it, so that you could play a game of Aztec Challenge or Soccer. The most violent it got then was that a gorilla might throw a barrel at your head while your character was playing, but that was about it. But things have moved on enormously since then. There have been advancements in technology, advancements in innovation and advancements in people’s creativity, and that is a good thing. It is extraordinarily to be welcomed. But it is time for the law to catch up.
Still maintaining ancient VB6 code, and wishing the mouse scroll wheel would work in the IDE? Microsoft has the solution, via a VB add-in. Q837910: Mouse wheel events do not work in the Visual Basic 6.0 IDE.
(Or for some reason if you reject the add-in, you can downgrade back to Intellipoint 4.12… doesn’t sound like a terrific idea to me.)
The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available for free download.
ZD Net has an article describing how to set it up in Virtual Box, and how much power your box needs to run it properly. Good way to try it out, I reckon.
Might have a play on the weekend.