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Icicle For Freenet (A Phone Ap) ENGLISH USER GUIDE. 03 Importing a matrix dataset. Skip to end of metadataGo to start of metadata Importing a matrix dataset: In both cases whether you are importing a wide or tall version of your matrix data you will want to import the file in CSV format. Your data may require some cleaning for VUE to be able recognize the matrix, if you have questions about how your data needs to be formatted be sure to ask on the VUE User Forums. Select Windows > Datasets. Importing a wide matrix dataset: Example of data This data looks like a typical distance matrix with the first row and first column representing entities, and the joining number in the chart representing the relation between the entities.

You will need to answer 4 questions about this data, first what is the pivot attribute. Now Click Continue The dataset Records list will populate and you can now drag data out on to the map. Importing a tall matrix dataset: Example of data: You'll need to specify 3 things for tall data. Refreshing a dataset. 01 Importing a dataset or a RSS feed. Ontologies. Skip to end of metadataGo to start of metadata Ontologies are a list of related terms, both nodes (concepts) and links (relationships), which can be imported and added to a VUE map to provide semantic meaning. VUE can import ontologies defined in RDF-S or OWL formats allowing for the creation of concept maps from pre-defined object and relationship types. A defined mapping vocabulary scaffolds map creation and supports computer-assisted map comparison and assessment.

The visual characteristics of objects and relationships defined in an ontology may also be styled via a CSS file (a default CSS file ships with VUE). Ontological terms are searchable. Both ontological terms and ontological membership keywords can be added to nodes. To import an ontology: From the menu bar, select Windows > Ontologies. Nodes that contain an ontological term will display the star icon. Ontological Membership (terms associated with the node) can be inspected by right-clicking a node, and then selecting Node Info.

04a Working with Content. Skip to end of metadataGo to start of metadata VUE supports attached digital content from your computer, the Web and from remote systems such as FTP sites, digital repositories, and Google servers. Content can be added to the map as a node or attached to existing nodes. Once these resources are attached and integrated into individual nodes and links, the concept map becomes a content map. The VUE map becomes an extension of the Web and of digital repositories. The Content window can assist in map creation by providing access to digital content rich with metadata: The Resources tab provides access to content from your computer, from remote systems such as FTP sites, digital repositories, Google servers and RSS feeds. Removing VUE Registry Entries.

Skip to end of metadataGo to start of metadata Sometimes users may want to remove entries related to VUE from the Windows registry. We advise users to exercise caution while modifying the registry entries. Changes made to registry happen immediately and no backup is automatically made. Please read the following warning issued by microsoft. Warning Icon Microsoft have issued the following warning with respect to the Registry Editor: "Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to re-install Windows to correct them. Editing Registry Entries Click the Start menu and click Run Type "regedit" and click OK Click Import Registry File Browse the directory containing the file and select the file.

Files to remove the VUE entries. Visual Understanding Environment (VUE) How To Change the User Agent String in Firefox. Do you need a quick way to change the user agent string in Firefox for a specific website? Choose the string that you need from a preset list (or from custom entries) with the User Agent Switcher extension. Note: Works with Firefox, Flock, SeaMonkey, and Songbird. Before Before adding the extension to our browser we tested the user agent string at UserAgentString.com and got a positive I.D. result for Firefox.

After Once you add the extension to Firefox you can access the alternate user agent string in two ways. Note: The user agent string will automatically reset back to the default each time you restart Firefox. And the second is using a toolbar button. For the first test we chose Internet Explorer 8. Refreshing the page tested positive for IE 8. Next we chose the Yahoo! Moving on we chose iPhone 3.0. To keep things interesting we set the user agent string for Internet Explorer 6. And also testing positive at the extension author’s website. Options Conclusion Links. WineHQ Forums • View topic - CoGetClassObject errors. Kegel. Understanding user-agent strings (Internet Explorer) Updated: July 2013 Here we discuss the user-agent string, which identifies your browser and provides certain system details to servers hosting the websites you visit.

We'll also learn how to view your user-agent string, understand tokens used by recent versions of Windows Internet Explorer, and understand registry keys that affect the user-agent string. We'll cover these sections. Introduction When you visit a webpage, your browser sends the user-agent string to the server hosting the site that you are visiting. Because certain non-Microsoft sites add details to the user-agent string, it's important to understand the user-agent string. Understanding the user-agent string When you request a webpage, your browser sends a number of headers to the server hosting the site that you're visiting, as shown here.

These headers occur during a negotiation process that helps the browser and the hosting server determine the best way to provide the requested information. Viewing the user-agent string. User-agent string. The user-agent string ("UA string") identifies your browser and provides certain system details to servers hosting the websites you visit. This topic describes changes made to the user-agent string in Internet Explorer 10.

It contains the following sections: Internet Explorer 10's UA string Here's the user-agent string for Internet Explorer 10: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; Trident/6.0) Be aware that "Windows NT 6.2" indicates the browser is on a computer running Windows 8, whereas "Windows NT 6.1" indicates the computer is running Windows 7. Identifying touch-enabled systems Internet Explorer 10 introduces the "Touch" UA string token. Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; Trident/6.0; Touch) Note Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 will never report a UA string with the "Touch" token. New architecture token for ARM devices Internet Explorer 10 adds an architecture token for ARM devices running Windows RT.

Related topics. UserAgentString.com - List of Firefox User Agent Strings. User Agent Switcher Installed. User-agent string. User-agent string. The user-agent string ("UA string") identifies your browser and provides certain system details to servers hosting the websites you visit. This topic describes changes made to the user-agent string in Internet Explorer 10. It contains the following sections: Internet Explorer 10's UA string Here's the user-agent string for Internet Explorer 10: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; Trident/6.0) Be aware that "Windows NT 6.2" indicates the browser is on a computer running Windows 8, whereas "Windows NT 6.1" indicates the computer is running Windows 7.

Identifying touch-enabled systems Internet Explorer 10 introduces the "Touch" UA string token. Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2; Trident/6.0; Touch) Note Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 will never report a UA string with the "Touch" token. New architecture token for ARM devices Internet Explorer 10 adds an architecture token for ARM devices running Windows RT.

Related topics. UserAgentString.com - Internet Explorer version 10.0. How to Change Your Browser’s User Agent Without Installing Any Extensions. All popular browsers offer build-in user agent switchers, so you can change your user agent without installing any extensions. Google Chrome and Internet Explorer both include user agent switchers in their developer tools, while Firefox offers an about:config option. Websites identify browsers by their user agents.

Modify a browser’s user agent and it will appear as a different browser – or even a browser running on another device, such as a smartphone or tablet. Google Chrome Chrome 17 added a built-in user agent switcher. The user agent switcher is part of Chrome’s Developer Tools – open them by clicking the wrench, pointing to Tools, and selecting Developer tools. Click the gear icon at the bottom right corner of the Developer Tools window to open the Settings pane. From the Settings pane, enable the Override User Agent option under Network and select a user agent from the list. This setting is temporary and only persists while you have the Developer Tools window open. Internet Explorer. C - How can I redirect console output to file? Installation - How do I run in Wine a program installed from an msi? SlackBuilds.org - cabextract. NativeMSXML3. Free Software Downloads and Software Reviews. Issue 203 - winetricks - Direct download link for msxml3.msi file - Package and settings manager for Wine.

How To Change the User Agent String in Firefox. UserAgentString.com - List of Internet Explorer User Agent Strings. BlueStacks - 85 Million Android Users and Counting. Ltrace. Ltrace(1): library call tracer. Name ltrace - A library call tracer Synopsis ltrace[-CdfhiLrStttV] [-a column] [-e expr] [-l filename] [-n nr] [-o filename] [-p pid] ...

[-s strsize] [-u username] [-X extern] [-x extern] ... [--align=column] [--debug] [--demangle] [--help] [--indent=nr] [--library=filename] [--output=filename] [--version] [command [arg ...]] Description ltrace is a program that simply runs the specified command until it exits. Its use is very similar to strace(1). Options -a, --align column Align return values in a specific column (default column is 5/8 of screen width).

-c Count time and calls for each library call and report a summary on program exit. -C, --demangle Decode (demangle) low-level symbol names into user-level names. -d, --debug Increase the debugging level. --dl When a dlopened library is mapped in the process address space, put breakpoints to all symbols in the dynamic symbol table of that library. -e expr A qualifying expression which modifies which events to trace. -f -h, --help -i -n, --indent nr -r -t. Ltrace. Example output[edit] The following is the first few lines of an invocation of xterm. It shows ltrace displaying calls to a variety of libraries, including the C standard library (malloc, strlen), POSIX libraries (getuid), X Toolkit Intrinsics (XtOpenApplication), and the X11 inter-client communication library (IceAddConnectionWatch).

A call's return value is shown after the = symbol. See also[edit] External links[edit] Ltrace. Ltrace tutorial: Use ltrace to debug your flow. Of course, Ellexus are developers of the best tracing tool in the world so we would recommend using Breeze, but if you ever find yourself debugging a system without access to Breeze you may have to resort to using ltrace or strace to debug your flow and discover its dependencies. Since we like you so very very much here is a tutorial on how to get started with ltrace. Lets start by tracing ltrace on xterm, the default shell terminal in Linux. Ltrace and Breeze both trace library calls so we can use Breeze to see what ltrace is doing. You will need to use the -f option in order follow forks.

Breeze commandline: > trace ltrace -f xterm The graph generated by Breeze below shows us how ltrace works. You can see the call to bash in the ltrace output below. Execlp("/bin/bash", "bash", NULL, NULL, 0xfefefefefefefef Ltrace uses the special files /proc//exe to lookup the location of each of the running processes. > ltrace python myscript.py. Debian -- Package Search Results -- ltrace.

Wine Is Not an Emulator - Browse /Slackware Packages at SourceForge.net. Slacko - Download. Index of /puppylinux/puppy-slacko-5.7/ The Slackware Linux Project: Packages. Fat-finger error. A fat-finger error is a keyboard input error in the financial markets such as the stock market or foreign exchange market whereby an order to buy or sell is placed of far greater size than intended, for the wrong stock or contract, at the wrong price, or with any number of other input errors.[1][2][3] Automated systems within trading houses may catch fat-finger errors before they reach the market or such orders may be cancelled before they can be fulfilled.[4] The larger the order, the more likely it is to be cancelled as it may be an order larger than the amount of stock available in the market.

Fat-finger errors are a product of the electronic processing of orders which requires details to be input using keyboards. Errors occurred before trading was computerised and were known as "out-trades" which could be cancelled before proceeding. Erroneous orders placed using computers may be harder or impossible to cancel.[4] Examples[edit] See also[edit] Typographical error References[edit] Index of / Libpng Home Page. Libpng is the official PNG reference library. It supports almost all PNG features, is extensible, and has been extensively tested for over 20 years. The home site for development versions (i.e., may be buggy or subject to change or include experimental features) is and the place to go for questions about the library is the png-mng-implement mailing list. libpng is available as ANSI C (C89) source code and requires zlib 1.0.4 or later (1.2.5 or later recommended for performance and security reasons).

The current public release, libpng 1.6.21, has only minor bugfixes (but the release before that fixes two security vulnerabilities). The portability notice should not come as a particular surprise to anyone who has added libpng support to an application this millenium; the manual has warned of it since at least July 2000. See the bottom of this page for warnings about security and crash bugs in versions up through libpng 1.6.19. Stupid Geek Tricks: How to Open the Start Menu Folder in Windows 7. Are you one of those people that obsessively edits your start menu to keep it clean, tidy, and organized? Back in Windows XP, all you had to do was right-click on the start button to get to the folder, but Windows 7 changed it. Now when you right-click on the Start Orb in Windows 7, you just get the generic “Open Windows Explorer”, which takes you to the Libraries view. Not what we wanted! The Stupid Geek Trick Yep, this one is so easy it hurts.

Just right-click on the “All Programs” button on the start menu, and choose Open to head to your personal user-specific start menu folder, or “Open All Users” to open up the system-wide Start Menu folder. Let’s Get Geeky With It We couldn’t leave you with something as simple as that, so we’ll get a little more geeky and tell you how you can access the start menu other ways too. %appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu Want to get to the All Users start menu? C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu. Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) 3.0 Service Pack 7 (SP7) Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) 3.0 Service Pack 7 (SP7) These Powerful #FreeTheNipple Photos Challenge the Way We Sexualize Women's Breasts.