In a situation where group projects and collaborative works are a necessity to get things done, and a non-ideal working environment of different computers with different software, I happily share a solution for those people who cannot just give up an older licensed copy for a cracked update.
Ever since Asus’ announcement of the Eee PC, I was interested to buy one, since I really need a replacement notebook for my display-dead Compaq Presario v2000. After almost 4 months of waiting, I’m just glad I’ve finally gotten a hold of my new baby I named Azusa.
I’ve installed the new Firefox 3 Beta 1 on my Windows XP system back home. At first sight, nothing is so much noticeable about the new version. Only the bookmark button on the location bar is visibly different. But I’d share to you some features I’ve tried and liked, hoping you’d like them, too.
I’ve been waiting for this version’s release months ago. But since I haven’t much time understanding code, and trying to help determine bugs and fixes to trunk/development builds, I opted to wait for its more stable beta release. The only problem is that my computer is out of reach during weekdays. Tough luck.
If you’ve recently tweaked the appearance of your Ubuntu installation, and selected anything other than the default Human theme, chances are that you may find some of your icons blurry. This is because the Human theme uses 24×24 icons and (probably) all others use 22×22. Therefore, choosing anything other than Human theme would compress all… Continue reading Fix Blurry Icons in Ubuntu