Have you tried to removed the “Send To OneNote” box? Unchecked the “Start with OneNote” but still you keep getting the annoying dialog? Goto OneNote options
- Open; Options
- Uncheck; Display > Place OneNote icon in the notification area of the taskbar.
If you get the “taskmgr.exe… The parameter is incorrect.” dialog.. keep reading.
Adobe Lightroom don’t have full support for XMP sidecar files – that is when used with e.g. JPEG’s. Vote here so Adobe implement this feature request in the future – please!!
Update: Some additional info from the Adobe Forum: Develop Settings: jpg/xmp. “No, that is not possible. XMP data for JPEG, TIFF, PSD and DNG is always saved to the file itself…”
An alternative is xEmP or even better use IMatch (with 100% XMP support).
Paris-Nice just started.. here is the WorldTour calender for 2013.
“The Union Cycliste Internationale’s top-tier race calendar, the WorldTour, has taken on a truly international feel in the past few years”… Read more at cyclingweekly.co.uk.
Or Check out the 2013 calender at cyclingnews.com.
Microsoft has just (ok it was 15th of August 2012 – so maybe not just) release a new version of Visual Studio. With VS2012 the application is still deployed as a 32 bit application – why!!?!!! Maybe Rico Mariani’s blog post Visual Studio: Why is there no 64 bit version? (yet) will give some answers into why we still don’t have a x64 VS.
Is there any template feature? No…
But here is some hints no howto solve it:
Using copy note, or read Christopher Mayo’s article Evernote Templates (very good!). There’s also a good post on the Evernote forum – TIP: Evernote Templates – Let’s Share Some!
Michael Andrew has some great training videos (buy dvd or download) on how to use your Canon camera (whether it a 600D, 60D, 7D or 5D). You can even watch some for free on youtube! Highly recommended site.
A short list of articles explaining the new features in C# 5.0
How to add solution platforms to the VS2010 toolbar.
- Right click any toolbar and select customize…
- Goto commands tab
- Click toolbar radio button – and scroll to e.g. Standard (this is the toolbar you like to edit)
- Click the Add Command… button
- In the categories list locate Build
- And then in the Commands list locate Solution Platform. Select it and click OK
- Then use the Move up/move down buttons to position the command.
- Click Close (your done!)