Do this command in terminal: $ killall nautilus and Files will reset and work.
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’m getting these fake DMCA infringement notices asking me to download some random file. Two are from a US accounting firm and one is from Netsuite. They stink to high heaven of scam. Do not click and download their link. It is probably a virus of some kind. Going through some of my websites as comments is new, but the methods are old.
I’ll probably add more as they come in. So far from: Mailchimp.com, intuit.com, zoho.com, netsuite, xero, freshbooks.com
Subject: *.ca Dmca Copyright Infringement Notice 2022 May 24
I have an old computer and an old printer, but they still work and I’m poor, so here’s how to do it. My HP Laserjet P1005 is pretty solid and still works. Instructions are always changing, so this is only good up to 2021 Dec.
These notes How to set up HP printing on Ubuntu — HP Laserjet P1005 were the most accurate, though they date to 2009.
I’m on QQ, Chinese social media and messenger, and wanted a different emoji that I could not find. Here’s how I added one.
You’ll need to edit your original graphic. The file format size is 32×32. Save your file in .png so you can have a transparent background. You can reduce the size of the image of your choice, but the simpler the better, as at 32 x 32 px almost all details will be lost. I have sized existing QQ emojis and they are 28x28px or smaller. This is a more appropriate size.
I’ve done it for a long time, so it was just a matter of time before I could figure it out with Grav. With its distinct combo of markdown and HTML I had to find the right combination.
The problem was that once I put up an image with text flowing around it, the text would be placed right beside the image, leaving no extra white space. This is unpleasant to the eye and makes the text more difficlt to read. A mere 10 pixels of white space make all the difference.