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underdoug – Just another WordPress site Skip to content underdoug Just another WordPress site Split Tunneling on Windows 10 First you have to get your VPN working without it. Then read http://clintboessen.blogspot.ca/2015/08/enable-split-tunneling-on-windows-10.html. Great, but then I cannot access devices through the VPN tunnel (i.e. with ing). In addition I found I had to add a static route in windows. My remote network is 192.168.0.* and the VPN range is 192.168.10.[2..10]. I ran this from a windows command shell and split tunneling started to work. route add mask metric 2 That seemed to to do it. Kinda gross if you aren’t a network admin, which I am by default. Author doug.ransom@alumni.uvic.caPosted on July 15, 2016July 15, 2016Categories UncategorizedLeave a comment on Split Tunneling on Windows 10 Hello world! Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Author doug.ransom@alumni.uvic.caPosted on July 3, 2016Categories Uncategorized1 Comment on Hello world! Dragon Naturally Speaking 14 – Can’t Tell Which Audio Source is Selected Frustrating Author dougPosted on May 31, 2016Categories UncategorizedTags usabilityLeave a comment on Dragon Naturally Speaking 14 – Can’t Tell Which Audio Source is Selected Connecting Legacy Phone Headset to USB I ordered this an expensive device from ebay and found it to satisfactorily withDragon Naturally Speaking and my VOIP client: ” CallTel DA200 RJ9 Modular Socket to USB Plug Coiled Adapter Cable with Mute Switch and Volume Control for connecting your Telephone Headset with RJ9 modular plug to Your Computer USB port”. My headset is a GN-Netcom 9120. Author dougPosted on February 17, 2016Categories UncategorizedTags dragon, voipLeave a comment on Connecting Legacy Phone Headset to USB Is it ever hard to share Microsoft Word Bulding Blocks among users! I am currently using Microsoft Office 7, though I understand nothing has improved in the current versions of office. It is incredibly hard to share QuickParts, styles, style sets, and color themes among users within an organization. It turns out is possible to share QuickParts at least, if you have some mad regedit skills. How hard would it be to have on a network, set up by default in word: – a shared templates directory (actually, office at least has this). – a shared quick parts directory. (hey, you can make it work, just add the right value to the HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice14.0CommonGeneral key in regedit. Or hire someone to do it). – a shared directory for corporate standard colors, fonts, styles, etc. The bitter irony is that the developers of Microsoft Office use Microsoft Visual Studio, which makes it trivial for thousands of developers to share the same bits of code, but they can’t imagine a world where maybe some word users might want to share text, styles, etc. which can be modified in one place, and reused amongst everyone in an organization. Microsoft Developers, how about an include path for anything users might want to reuse in future releases? Without making us resort to regedit! If you try really hard, you can get the equivalent of a C #import statement in word by using the “{Ref Includetext filepath bookmarkname }” field code to bring in bookmark text from a document you can store on the network. Then you can modify the text in one place and have any document that references automatically update. Then you can put that field code in a shared QuickPart, and you are ready to go. Sharing color schemes and style sets – I haven’t solved that yet. Reference: Lawyers sharing quick parts Author dougPosted on February 2, 2016Categories technologyTags Microsoft office, microsoft wordLeave a comment on Is it ever hard to share Microsoft Word Bulding Blocks among users! Kinesis Freestyle 2 Keyboard Hack rnative to a $200 tensing device from kinesis. Author dougPosted on November 8, 2015Categories UncategorizedLeave a comment on Kinesis Freestyle 2 Keyboard Hack Adding new note to evernote with quicksilver Here is what you have to do to be able to add notes to Quicksilver with Evernote. 1. install the Services plugin for quicksilver. 2. Find the evernote service. By default it is something weird, that starts with “En”. Something like EnMenuItemTitle (I don’t recall). Rename it to something like “Add to Evernote”. put something in the quicksilver and invoke the “Add to Evernote” action by typing “AE” then scrolling through the filter results. You can right-click on the “Add to Evernote” filter result and make it the default for “AE”. Author dougPosted on October 18, 2015Categories UncategorizedTags evernote, mac, quicksilverLeave a comment on Adding new note to evernote with quicksilver Addressing Poor Performance on a Brother 9970CDW Laser Printer I was having an issue with on print jobs more than a few pages (each page having a relatively simple graphic, like an image or corporate logo) resulting in the printer pausing every few pages, long enough for the printer to stop heating the fuser. Then it would decide to print the next few pages, and delay for about 15 seconds while it reheated the fuser. So it was several times slower than my inkjet, maybe an order of magnitude. This was true both on network and USB stick print jobs. Brother support was able to reproduce when I sent them the PDF file, but provided no advice on a solution. I did two things to address this, at the same time so I am not sure which item fixed it. 1. Upgraded the memory. Some brother printers have a memory expansion port. I found the largest memory module that the printer could take. I think this was the fix. 2. Sleep mode. I changed sleep time to a much longer time though I don’t think it matters. Author dougPosted on May 12, 2015Categories UncategorizedTags brother, fuser, performance, printerLeave a comment on Addressing Poor Performance on a Brother 9970CDW Laser Printer Editing Locked PDF Forms on Windows It can be maddening when you have a PDF form where you need to enter some information about yourslef or a client, but the PDF is locked, so you pretty much have to print out the form, make the changes, and then scan it back in or fax it to someone. Here is a workaround that doesn’t take too long: Print to “Microsoft XPS Document Writer” which you should have in your Windows install. Save a a file like “Myfile.xps”. Open that file with acrobat. Acrobat will convert to a PDF and open it. You can edit as normal. Of course you should only do legal things at this point, like enter in the information intended for the PDF form. I also tried with FoxIt reader No Joy. If you have foxit you can open the xps file with the default app from Microsoft, and print to a PDF. Then open that PDF with Foxit. Takes a few more steps. Author dougPosted on February 26, 2015Categories technology, UncategorizedTags acrobat, adobe, microsoft, pdf, xpsLeave a comment on Editing Locked PDF Forms on Windows James Heaney Gets the Economics of Electricity Completely Wrong In his blog post about how some folks want to regulate the internet Mr. Heaney makes a statement “See, it was already producing the electricity that Bob just purchased, because that’s mostly how generators work – they produce a certain amount of electricity, whether it gets used or not. It’s just that, until Bob signed up, that electricity was going to waste. ” Of course, that is completely mistaken; otherwise we would just build generators and put them in parking lots. The reality is generators transform one form of energy (the source) into another. When Bob starts using energy, well the generator either burns more fossil fuel, or draws down more water from its limited reservoir. Generation and distribution are often constrained, so during peak demand periods, the market price will rise; in regulated markets there are all sorts of ways to try and balance supply and demand with various price schedules based on all sorts of factors. In Mr. Heaney’s example, no energy was going to waste because Bob wasn’t consuming it; what was going to waste was distribution capacity of the network. If Bob wants energy they still need to burn some more coal or use some more of this seasons water stored behind a dam. The transmission and distribution of electricity are generally not competitive. In many places, the generation is very competitive, but the consumer still needs to pay to get the energy delivered somehow, and the transmission network may very well be constrained during peak usage periods. It gets more expensive to deliver electricity when more people want it at the same time. Where we might take exception to Heaney’s argument on net neutrality is that, yes, you have paid your ISP for delivery from their network to your home; however, you have not paid for the transmission of massive amounts of data from the provider (like youtube or netflix) to the ISP. Who should pay for that cost? All consumers with a broadband package, or those using massive amounts of data from youtube and Netflix? (Please don’t confuse this argument with sympathy for ISPs and the rates they charge us consumers). The other problem with net neutrality is I want your BitTorrent and Netflix and Youtube and whatever it is people due with their Xboxes throttled a bit when I have a realtime application (like VOIP) which needs a little bandwidth, but needs priority to work well. 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