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Guest Posting Inquiry [Oct. 30th, 2013|05:32 pm]
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lizabrown234
Dear Friend,
This is Liza Brown from Some Software Company. We are looking for someone who can publicize our product by writing a guest post in livejournal blog, this video editor can make/edit videos/pictures into a stunning movie by powerful editing tools.
As a rewarding, we can donate lifetime fullversion code of this powerful video editors for your giveaway or paymant (depends on you).
Let me know if you're interested or not, my official email: lizabrown234@gmail.com (i will send details after getting your reply.)
Waiting for your favorable reply
Liza Brown
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HelpSmith 3.3 is Available for Download [Oct. 23rd, 2010|01:20 am]
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evgenyhs
Divcom Software is pleased to announce the release of HelpSmith 3.3. HelpSmith is a powerful help authoring tool for quick creation of professional help systems (HTML Help, Web Help), Printed Manuals, and PDF documents. The new version includes improved Unicode support, the ability to use Flash and QuickTime animations, better compatibility of Web Help with Google Chrome, and other new features.

HelpSmith constantly receives positive feedback from its users due to its simplicity in use combined with a professional feature set, and comparatively low price. We hope you will also find it useful.

HelpSmith Main Window:



HTML Help and Web Help Systems created with HelpSmith:

HTML Help Sample

Web Help Sample


HelpSmith is available as a FREE evaluation copy. The product includes sample help projects which you can use for testing purposes. In addition, we have technical articles on integrating a help system with different development environments and languages (C#, VB.NET, Delphi, etc.).

You can learn more and download HelpSmith 3.3 using the links below:

Home Page: http://www.helpsmith.com
Screenshots: http://www.helpsmith.com/screenshots.php
Download: http://www.helpsmith.com/download.php
What's New in HelpSmith 3.3: http://blog.helpsmith.com
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(no subject) [Aug. 7th, 2010|10:55 pm]
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internetcouple
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Looking for music player with specific attributes [Jul. 22nd, 2010|09:45 pm]
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doranwen
If this doesn't qualify as the sort of post allowed, I apologize in advance.

(x-posted to software)

I am looking for a music player (for Windows) that has certain features, but everything I can find lacks one or more features.

They are:
- ability to tag songs with more than one genre
- ability to filter songs based on combinations of genres (allowing for both AND and/or OR operations, not merely OR only or suchlike)
- a playlist component separate from the library component (no queueing up a few files within the library for playback without being able to see a visible playlist of what's queued--in other words, trying to play anything from the library should automatically send it to a visible playlist separate from the library)
- ability to "update" where a file is (for instance, if I rename a whole folder, the program will lose track of the songs, and rather than remove them and re-add them, I want to be able to "re-find" the song through a file dialog and redirect the program to its new location--this would then preserve all tagging, the number of times played, etc. so I don't have to do all sorts of editing when adding the song again)
- ability to play a wide variety of file types, not just mp3 (wav, FLAC, ogg, wma, m4a, ape, etc.)

The only program I've found to be able to tag songs with multiple genres is dBpowerAMP, and it only allows OR when filtering (at times I need AND so songs have to fit both genres before being allowed). It does allow all sorts of files to be played if you install the needed codecs for it. It has an atrocious playlist system, however, though you can at least see queued songs separately somewhat. And it freaks out when a song is moved and I have to remove the song and re-add it, which is a big pain. Hence although I've used it extensively in the past, I've gotten so fed up with it that I haven't used anything but Windows Media Player 6.4 to play files for a long while (I set it as my default mp3 player, and it's so speedy to pop up and play a single track--but that doesn't help when I want to shuffle music or set up a playlist).

So I'm at my wit's end trying to find one that will do these things, if it indeed exists. (Personally, these requirements are so logical I'm surprised no one has created such a program yet, but maybe there's just not enough people who really care about managing their music to this level.) If it doesn't, is there anywhere I should post ideas for programming projects? I'm not a programmer, else I would have tackled this long ago. (I should mention I had a boyfriend who was, who started creating such a program for me, but when we broke up, that kinda stagnated. I've still got all his code, binaries, and such on my computer, but it's in definite alpha stages so far, and he was trying to code it to work on both Ubuntu and Windows both, since he ran Ubuntu, so that made things a bit interesting for him.)
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Adobe Premiere Elements 8 SLOW please help [Jul. 14th, 2010|11:08 pm]
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butterflyco
any of you use Premiere elements 8 ?
if so, please let me know why my video is so slow on propagating or loading in the background so i can work on it real time? i use corel video studio and its super fast, why would elements be slow?

o ya my PC is pretty fast with plenty of ram, 8gb ram, quad core, 9800GT.





my virus Spyware removal blog
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Feel free to delete if it's not allowed, but since it's a story about a computer crash... [Sep. 25th, 2009|12:42 am]
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punkfoomasta
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Anyone know of Special Purpose Chat Sites? [Aug. 12th, 2009|02:59 pm]
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fixx
I Googled heavily for my answer before I posted here. I actually got lots of hits but nothing that quite seemed to meet my needs. I figure that what I'm trying to do must have been done before so I just need to find the right set of geeks to help me.

I'm trying to set up a chat area for members of another website but for the sake of argument, it might just as well be "for" LJ users as it presents the same sorts of challenges. You'll see what I mean. I'd be willing to do it with software and set up a server to run it out of from my house if I absolutely had to, but ideally I'd prefer to have it hosted elsewhere.

So, I would like to know if an online chat site currently exists that offers the following features: Read more...Collapse )
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Hi I am new. [Mar. 11th, 2009|04:32 pm]
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jay_oats
Okay so I need some advice/help. 

I am looking for a particular software for my mac and I really really really really don't have the cash to buy it right now so i am considering trying torrents for the first time. Because I keep running into torrent files of the program (Final Darft 7) but  I really know absolutely nothing about how to do it and how safe it is or if I am better of not even getting into it. 

So this community seemed like it could probably help me out with basically giving me a rundown the do's and don'ts of torrents and what the best clients are etc. 

if this is not an appropriate post I apologize and delete away but I really would love it if someone could walk me through it. Because I find everything I read is just piling up and the info is just getting overwhelming. 


Thanks in Advance 


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webcam to mobile [Oct. 16th, 2007|10:46 pm]
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_olle
Hi All,

I've found pretty cool application (named livestream) which allows remote password protected webcam access from mobile handset.
The only problem is that the service is not free :-)

Does anybody knows something about similar services?
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Freeware Question [Apr. 19th, 2006|09:33 pm]
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word_herder
Howdy. I've been wanting to purchase PhotoShop for some time but can never afford it. When I mentioned this to a friend, he said, "OH! You should use GIMP." So I've been wandering around the GIMP site, and I've determined that
1. I do have Apple X11 installed per requirements
2. I've downloaded a recent version of pkg-config
3. I've downloaded a recent version of FreeType
I'm stuck, however, on the GIMP toolkit and libart requirements. Can anyone offer a poor soul some help on these two steps? I'm looking at all of these and can't figure out what, exactly, I'm supposed to download! Once I get that part done, I should be able to open the GIMP.app and get it running.

(Here is the Install List from GIMP.org that I'm working from.)
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