Based on a Firefox Hack, Google Map Saver (GMS) offers you an easy way to download huge Google Maps on your PC as JPEG, PNG-8, PNG-24 or BMP files. GMS is light (only ~334 KBytes) and very easy run since… Continue Reading →
Only 20% IE and Firefox on 1st place? That’s impresive guys. PS: I’ve switched to Chrome. Firefox 3.0 was depressingly slow. Maybe when Firefox 3.5 is out of beta I’ll give it another try.
Since a few weeks Silverlight drives me crazy. It crashes Google’s Chrome bigtime. I was searching for disabling it, but no success. Still searching… Meanwhile I found some “about:” pages for Chrome. The nicest one is “about:internets”. Yes… It made… Continue Reading →
We wanted today the the RichEdit box where the license and the readme is displayed is a little bit wider. The only hack we found was to play low-level with Inno Setup’s WizardForm controls. It is a little bit messy,… Continue Reading →
I was trying today to search a tool or something that calculates the shortest distance between two points on Earth. My first thought was to google for it (as usual), but since there was some noise a while ago about… Continue Reading →
Here is a Greasemonkey script for sending a flickr photo to many groups at once. 1. Open my blog post in Firefox 2. Download and install Greasemonkey 3. Click this link to Install the script. 4. Open your Flickr! Account… Continue Reading →
After I purchased last month an Acer Aspire Revo, I found out today, on Gizmodo, that there are new ION products on the way. Here is a list of new ION products: – Acer Desktop AspireRevo – AsRock Desktop ION… Continue Reading →