List of common TV screen sizes in inches and cm (LCD and Plasma):
If you’re designing a game that relies on quite a large amount of virtual space to be explored (space that isn’t procedurally or randomly generated) then you’re going to either need to sit down with a mapping tool for a very long time or use a level editor. A level editor is simply the best tool for games design there is – prototype an entire world in a short space of time.
The best way to make a screenshot in Windows 7 is not with Printscreen.
If you need to take a screenshot in Windows 7 you probably know you can use the “Print Scrn” (Print Screen) key. However the resulting screenshot will still need to be saved so you have to paste the screenshot into an editor (like paint) first. There is a better way to take screenshots in Windows 7:
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Have you ever received an email on the mail app on your Apple Mac and wondered how to find out the where in the world it came form (the geographic location)? Here is how to trace it.
NOTE: You can actually use this method for any email, not just the ones from the mail app on Macs., however you will need to find out how to view the header information yourself as this guide only show how to do it with the Apple mail app.
Are you using the Mac mail app? Do you want to view header information about a particular email? Here’s how.
Ever wanted to edit or extract an embedded image from Adobe Illustrator? When I tried to find the answer to this I found lots of complicated methods and plugins to do the job, but really in the end the best solution was this:
When I first encountered Events and Albums I wondered how to use each one. It turns out that ‘Events’ and ‘albums’ are just other words for groups. If course there are very important differences which will help you decide how to use the different types of grouping.
So you upgraded to Mountain Lion (or Maybe Lion) and the big cat just doesn’t want to play with wbfs right? You can’t get it to see the disk once it’s plugged in right? Fortunately there is an easy solution…