Saturday, November 11, 2017
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Don't replace the print head! This happened eventually on both the MX922's we have
Re: PIXMA MX922 with error code B200 (Series MX920)
09-29-2017 02:31 PM
2. Open the print head bay (as though you were about to change inks)
3. Turn ON power
4. Wait for print carriage to start moving to the left and let it go past half way
5. Before print carriage reaches left hand side (but after going halfway across) shut the cover.
6. Leave the Printer turned on
7. Good to go.
I tried this and it worked for me
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Monday, October 16, 2017
Selling As-Is, no returns, on ebay, *NOT* as used, important comments! -- from comments on "A Guide to Selling Imperfect Items | eBay"
Depends on the item category (it's different for things like dolls), but basically the choice is between "used" and "for parts or non-working". Any item categorized at the top of the listing as "used" has to fully work, and only cosmetic imperfections are allowed. It doesn't matter if further down the listing says "as-is" or "untested" -- any buyer who buys the item and later discovers itdoesn't work, even partially, will win any "significantly not as described" (SNAD) dispute.
If the seller doesn't know for sure that the item works (e.g., no battery/power supply available to test it) the only option s/he has is to list it as "for parts"; you can still say in the description that "it is believed to work", but expect to be paid a lot less for it than for a "used" item.
Sucks that eBay doesn't have an intermediate category, but that's how it is.
Also, no such thing as "no returns", except for buyer remorse. The eBay/PayPal guarantees trump any statement like that; if the item is SNAD (e.g., doesn't look like the picture, even if the listing was "for parts / not working" , the buyer will win any dispute on this.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
How do I prevent automatic window resizing in Windows 10 (windows become suddenly bigger/smaller when you just want to move them)?
How do I prevent automatic window resizing?
In Windows 7, I knew how to turn off the annoying (to me) feature that windows were automatically maximized when moved to the edge of the . This option no longer seems to be present in the 'ease of access' settings. Any idea if it can still be disabled?
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Connie O'Dell uses MotionX-GPS on the iPhone and is sharing with you the following track:
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The MotionX Team
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Thursday, June 22, 2017