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The short answer is, Yes the full list is gone. With the upcoming release of Windows 8 it seems Microsoft are shifting their focus on writing Apps (or gadgets) for Windows 8 rather than Windows 7. I did find this article which lists a few more gadgets for Windows 7 that are still about elsewhere on the internet. Incidently, a quick look at that Microsoft ...
As linked in the comments above, you can sometimes download from the developer's site, however, I found this is rarely the case. Personally, I'm a heavy user of I Forgot The Milk and the Google Calendar gadgets, and luckily you can still find both hosted on the developer's site.
Go to your Firefox components folder. The default path is C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\components Now open the file nsLoginManager.js with a text viewer (Notepad or Notepad++). Go to the function at around line 804 (varies with version of Firefox), which is: /* * _isAutoCompleteDisabled * * Returns true if the page requests autocomplete be ...
While not a simple shortcut, there are several ways to achieve fullscreen play without a mouse: Visit https://youtube.com/html5 and opt-in to the experiment. After that most (but not all) youtube videos will use the native <video> tag instead of Flash, with a slightly different UI. The fullscreen control is reachable in this UI by pressing (quite a ...
I found the online copy of Microsoft's Sidebar Gadget Gallery. It is the best option for those searching for good old sidebar gadgets. gallery-live.com The Windows Live Gallery has been retired - Here it is back again including all gadgets!
I went through most all Win 7 gadgets on Microsoft's site a while back, my conclusion was that they weren't worth worrying about. They all tended to be clunky and poorly designed in my opinion. For any of the features I was looking to gadgets for I was able to find far better software app replacements. For the basic gadget/widget like elemnets suchs as ...
I updated my location by going to Google Groups and then finding businesses near me and then there was a little box that said My location, and I clicked on that and it said not your location and clicked on that and then entered my address and it updated my location and to the address I gave it.
One way is to click the little circle above the Street View man's head. This forces it to detect your location, and Maps will ask you for permission to share your location. Assuming you accept, or have turned on auto-accept, it should then update your position to your new location. The only time it seems to fail is when you're on a network that Google ...
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