Articles posted on June 26th, 2004

Mac OS X’s Preview: Lack of visual clues regarding window/drawer focus

Saturday, June 26th, 2004 • 11:07 pm

When viewing a PDF file with Mac OS X’s Preview, if the drawer on the side is open (displaying either thumbnails of each page or a table of contents if the PDF file has one), it is often hard to tell where the focus is. If something is highlighted in the drawer, the only clue […]

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Euro 2004: Quarter-Finals, Holland 0 – Sweden 0

Saturday, June 26th, 2004 • 11:00 pm

It was not exactly a classic. Once again, the game was marred by multiple ugly fouls by Dutch players, which resulted in an early flurry of yellow cards. (Ironically, de Boer managed to both earn a yellow card and injure himself in an ugly foul on Ljunberg.) Although there were chances on both sides, the […]

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Word 2004: Still displays ‘Web’ toolbar without permission

Saturday, June 26th, 2004 • 6:12 am

This is a long-standing problem with Word, and Microsoft hasn’t done anything to improve it in Word 2004. For example, if you use Word’s automatic table of contents feature to create an automatic table of contents for a document, the page numbers in the table of contents are actually clickable. When you click on a […]

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