So I’m playing an Elementalist as my main (well only class after I deleted my ranger, just wasn’t having fun with that – depiste Asurans being so damn cute!).
I’ll be occasionally posting up YouTube clips of (quality) videos I’ve watched which showcase the Elementalist. This post it’s all about PVP. Scaramooch has done a fantastic job of showcasing Sceptre/Dagger, Double Dagger and Staff builds + PVP commentary.
I wasn’t really hot on staves, but after watching these videos and trying out the build suggested by Scaramooch – I’ve been loving it.
Now on to the videos… Continue reading “Elementalist PVP Guides by Scaramooch” »
After much frustrations and understanding the limitations of the new Google Anlaytics reporting features, I have tried to mimic the essential information from the old full Google Analytics report to the new system.
Any comments and suggestions will be great. The goal tracking widget is work in progress as I didn’t have any data to work with but this a good start.
Never the less if you manage multiple sites, you can’t share the dashboard easily unlike custom reports – however custom reports have their own limitations as you can’t combine multiple reports into one PDF – major drawback and I hope the Google Team will implement it soon.
So I get this email in the morning, and it made my day:
A friend of mine is selling throws again this year for Christmas. You know what they are, the thingy that you throw over your bed to keep you warm. I only have the one attached sample to show you now. I may have already solicited a few of you so if this is a repeat request, I apologize.
They are $63.00 each – I know it sounds expensive, but they are really good quality. I am getting 2 – one for my bed and one for my sofa.
Scroll down, have a look, and let me know if you are interested. Orders are due by this weekend!
Also try out this handy clipboard manager application – perfect for those of us who are copying and pasting every ten minutes! xNeat Clipboard Manager. It allows you to keep a history of everything you copy and pasted recently by assigning a new hotkey such as SHIFT+CTRL+V.
Best of all, it’s free :)
Okay it’s been almost eons since I last posted. But I thought I may as well go over my experience at applying thermal paste to my laptop’s GPU and CPU. I’m now (ironically) able to burn people with my Pyro in Team Fortress 2 now that my laptop is super cool.
I have a Sony VAIO VPCCW16FG (named Scarlet because it’s red and I love Scaro Jo). I wasn’t able to fully remove the laptop casing the first few times I tried taking my laptop apart – all due to a tiny screw hiding near the memory bay. I thought I may find some dust around the fan – turned out there was a carpet of dust. Picture below, excuse the horrible photography skills via my phone. I have removed some of the dust to show you the difference.
Edit: So I may have been a little over confident like Dr Rodney McKay, but at least I didn’t blow up an entire solar system. The real problem seemed to be that the ability to add “Local Printers” wasn’t available – which became apparent as MYOB Help Desk was running through printer setup. However he didn’t know why I didn’t have the option. Turns out the registry had been edited at some point to disable this (as to why I’m not sure). Found a fix on Microsoft’s Knowledgebase.
To resolve this issue:
1. Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
2. Locate the following key:
3. Modify the Driver string value by double-clicking it, or by clicking it and then clicking String on theEdit menu. Change the string value to localspl.dll.
4. Click OK, and then quit Registry Editor.
5. Stop and restart the Spooler service.
After this I made sure temp MYOB files didn’t exist and all MYOB printers were deleted, then installed the update and things went back to normal.
Now this is what I wrote earlier.
So we had an error at work with the latest update of MYOB Payroll, and became unable to email/create PDFs of payslips. While waiting on the phone for customer support (didn’t actually end up getting through quick enough), I went over to the Local App Data (%temp% via Run command). I saw a folder I remember that was created while reinstalling the update – inside the Setup folder was PDFWriter:
I suppose I should have really gotten around to this earlier, but I had suspected for awhile that CCleaner was deleting my Windows Search Index. No wonder my laptop sounds like it’s taking off for a flight when I turned it on.
To turn this off, just deselect MS Search from the the Applications tab in CCleaner’s settings.