My Caroma Tazman 270 1.6L dual flush toilet has been going strong for over 22 years, quite astounding when you think about our throw-away society. Made in Australia, it was well rated when I bought it. As I recall at the time the City of Toronto had a $150 rebate on for dual flush toilet replacements, so I replaced two. The instructions that came with the toilet date back to 2002 Aug 15.
Do this command in terminal: $ killall nautilus and Files will reset and work.
The Toto toilet fill valve looks quite robust. It was pretty easy to take apart and clean, even though the first time I missed the final step. Here is a simple and short video of how to take it apart: How to quickly fix a hissing leaking Toto toilet with a new flush valve cap
I’ll quickly summarize:
Search Results are useful for China-internal content
There is Baidu search in China, their largest search engine. By all accounts this search engine is quite bad, where people in China often cannot find what they are looking for. Baidu is invariably only roughly effective in China, even though they have huge bots that scour the world’s web. I know this because I see it hitting my web sites on a daily basis.
It is not very difficult once you know how:
- highlight and copy ctrl-c your web table
- open your spreadsheet, paste ctl-v into the spreadsheet
- you may have headers you want to delete, remove the whole row
- you can also delete any columns, remove the whole column
- to remove images: home > find & select > go to special > objects. All images will be selected, delete
- then you can manipulate your spreadsheet
- save your spreadsheet
To highlight an area, click on the top left box, manipulate to the bottom right box, hit shift enter
I am a high myopia patient wearing glasses, in Toronto, Canada, and it was time for me to have cataract surgery. As a monovision user I’ve long had one eye focused on near reading and computer work, and the other eye focused on far distance. This strategy has worked out well for me, with no perceived loss of function. Here’s my cataract intraocular (IOL) surgery journey notes.