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#1 dannyboy950

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Posted 26 March 2016 - 03:34 PM

I find myself needing to make a post about my comparison testing of my PC and my printer and how each OS affects the operation of the other Apples to Oranges.

 

The results of the tests I feel the membership may find usefull but it will entail touching on too many areas and 2 different operating systems. Since Linux is my system of choice I feel it should be here but there really is no general category that quite fits.LOL

 

So for once I will ask first. In my mind it needs to stay together in 1 post for any of it to make sense.

However that will require a good bit of leniency from the membership and moderators.

 

Some direction here please.

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Posted 26 March 2016 - 04:27 PM

 

However that will require a good bit of leniency from the membership and moderators.

I do not see a problem post away.


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#3 dannyboy950

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Posted 26 March 2016 - 06:23 PM

This is going to be harder and longer than I thought. LOL

I will be trying to compose this in a word processor and edit as I go.  Lol English Lit was not one of my better subjects, I barely passed.


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Posted 27 March 2016 - 01:48 AM

Lol English Lit was not one of my better subjects, I barely passed.

 

TIP 1 - "Spelling & Grammar" under Tools (I presume Libre Office 5 Writer)

 

TIP 2 - Keep Writer open when you copy & paste to the BC Reply Pane - if you close Writer before doing so, it may not be recognised by BC as having material in the Clipboard.

 

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Posted 27 March 2016 - 04:13 AM

 

Lol English Lit was not one of my better subjects, I barely passed.

 

 

I've been able to understand your posts well, maybe a few typos, yet most of us has these once in a while. 

 

You're doing well in my opinion, to have Linux Mint up & running in such a short timespan. :)

 

Like I stated in another of your Topics, run Linux Mint & let it come to you, seems you've been doing that. I have strong doubts that anyone here learned their Linux OS of choice in a week & we don't expect it of you either. You'll make rookie mistakes, just make note of any when these happen, so that you can prevent from happening again. 

 

It's been a near fast 7 years for me, and to this day, am still learning new tips & tricks, here & on other sites as well. Often in articles. :thumbup2:

 

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