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'Anil' Radhakrishna enjoys working with Microsoft tools & technologies and believes that the Web validates his existence. He writes quite regularly about his little discoveries and technical experiments on his blog called Tech Tips, Tricks & Trivia.

Twitter - @mvark


Oct
9
revised Downloading auto-generated YouTube transcriptions
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Oct
8
comment How can I prevent the Google Maps Country Redirect?
@pnuts I was able to switch from google.com/maps to google.co.in/maps but once I switched, there is no link to revert back to google.com/maps. Clearing cookies will probably set the default again to google.com/maps
Oct
8
comment How can I prevent the Google Maps Country Redirect?
@pnuts yes, for some places the maps may be shown differently. For example, check the boundaries of the top most part of India in the maps from two country specific Google Maps sites - google.com/maps/@17.4123487,78.4080455,4z & google.co.in/maps/@17.4123487,78.4080455,4z
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
5
comment Mobile version of Outlook.com not working properly on my Android
m.mail.live.com opens a sign-in page on the desktop browser that is different than the normal page i.e. it doesn't have an image on the left of the login form that . It however opened up the full version after logging in. So there currently doesn't seem to be a mobile friendly version of Outlook.com similar to Google's m.gmail.com
Aug
27
comment Bing search for exact phrase containing “@”
Because there are choices and Google isn't what it used to be mvark.blogspot.in/2014/08/big-fat-google.html
Aug
26
answered Bing search for exact phrase containing “@”
Jul
10
revised Is there any way to get a Flickr image of custom dimensions?
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Jul
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
7
answered Is there any way to get a Flickr image of custom dimensions?
Jun
26
revised Can you detect whether a browser is “logged into” Facebook, google+ or Twitter? (I.e., they could use an existing FB login if your site offered it?
SocialHistory.js
Jun
23
answered Can you detect whether a browser is “logged into” Facebook, google+ or Twitter? (I.e., they could use an existing FB login if your site offered it?
Jun
9
awarded  Notable Question
May
27
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Can I create an Instagram account without downloading the app?
May
24
comment Why is ReCaptcha sometimes really easy and sometimes really hard?
Related: mvark.blogspot.in/2014/05/…
May
24
answered IFTTT to send me a message using mobile messaging
May
24
answered How do I default to international search in Google?
May
24
answered How to find the link of an embedded YouTube video
May
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Add photos to a post with only one shared photo (from the desktop or otherwise)
May
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on IMPORTRANGE formula query to query data in another file