Ever since they came out in CS4, I’ve been fascinated by GREP styles and the amazing things you can do with them. The problem One…Leave a Comment
Luke Scammell's Personal Blog Posts
I used to think this is my own fault but really, I’m not that intensive a user on my phone. From the information provided below I’d say it’s more of a wifi hardware/software issue. I’m not complaining about Cyanogenmod specifically, as reading around it seems that a lot of smartphones (not just Android-based) suffer from battery life issues. CM7 is a massive step up on the ZTE Blade compared to Orange’s horrific 2.1-based stock ROM, especially once you replace the default CM7 launcher (ADW) with LauncherPro.
Continue reading Better smartphone battery life please
Nearly two weeks ago I attended i40, or “Insomnia 40” to give it its full title, a LAN gaming event run by Multiplay UK. It is my once-a-year event where I can play computer games for as long as I like for four days. This year I decided that I would have a small computer upgrade to go with Continue reading i40 and a new graphics cardLeave a Comment
I’m an avid amateur (digital) photographer, although I don’t get an awful lot of time nowadays (young children will do that to your “free time”) so anything that can save me time and hassle is always welcome. Adobe’s Lightroom 3 software is just one of those things. Continue reading Adobe Lightroom 3Leave a Comment
I can be slightly OCD sometimes and unnecessary spaces at the ends of lines really bug me – especially in InDesign and HTML.
To sooth my furrowed brow I turned to the trusty old find and replace function Continue reading Removing unnecessary spaces at the end of lines in Adobe InDesign CS4One Comment
I wanted to make ‘Allow pings and comments’ default to OFF in WordPress and couldn’t find the option so Google showed me a nice little…Leave a Comment