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Jul
14
comment Any way to prevent certain websites from displaying in Google search results?
The OP is asking for the term to be omitted for every search. Typing out "-site:<site>" gets old pretty fast. Asking for a way to automate it is valid.
Jul
13
comment Any way to prevent certain websites from displaying in Google search results?
This would need to be done for each keyword though, it isn't a global exclude.
Jul
13
comment Any way to prevent certain websites from displaying in Google search results?
What browser, some suggestions will be browser dependent?
Jul
13
comment How to Manage Multiple GMail Accounts on the Same PC/Browser?
Regarding solution 2: In addition to Chrome's "Incognito Window", Firefox and Safari have "Private Browsing", Internet Explorer has "InPrivate Browsing", and Opera has "Private Tab".
Jul
13
comment Facebook “friend list” members unable to post on wall
That option if you click on it appears to be specifically for photos. I did use the last option, which is this form facebook.com/help/?page=1000#!/help/… , but haven't received a response.
Jul
13
comment Google Apps Account vs Google Account
Hmm, well I guess I'm glad I know beforehand that things aren't as seamless as they seem.
Jul
13
comment Facebook “friend list” members unable to post on wall
I understand that they removed the feature. Except that they didn't fully remove it because the members of this list are still restricted by the former setting.
Jul
12
comment Facebook “friend list” members unable to post on wall
The global setting in the image? Yes, I have. Doesn't fix it.
Jul
12
comment Did the receiver open the mail?
True, but people are generally happy if their client supports it. A desktop client supporting read receipt (like Outlook) is what people think of at least.
Jul
12
comment Can I prevent one friend from posting on my profile in Facebook?
Ha! You seem to have the reverse problem that I do! webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/3312/…
Jul
12
comment Is there any way to tell which of my messages have been auto-forwarded?
Even if the email is still in the inbox, I interpreted the question as "I know forwarding was turned on, but I don't know when. Is there any way to see which emails in my inbox were forwarded?" On a per message basis, I don't think there is an indicator that the message was forwarded by a filter (global or an actual filter setup by the user).
Jul
12
comment Simple financial web app supporting cash flow
Mint.com is for US only isn't it? The OP's listed location is outside the US.
Jul
11
comment Blog + forum CMS?
Belongs on WebMasters?
Jul
11
comment What are some good, personalisable online radio / music apps?
+1 for specifying a template for replies rather than just a list!
Jul
10
comment In Gmail Contacts how do you scroll down a list of contacts that's larger than your vertical space?
Strange. The only time I do not get a scrollbar in the middle panel that you show is if I first load a small group that does not require a scrollbar, and then resize my browser to a smaller height. A scrollbar doesn't get added in the middle pane, though there is one for the browser window itself. If I then load a larger group in that small browser size, I'll have a scrollbar in the middle pane and for the browser.
Jul
10
comment In Gmail Contacts how do you scroll down a list of contacts that's larger than your vertical space?
What browser? Not seeing this in IE/Chrome/Firefox on Win7.
Jul
10
comment Detailed list of automated die roller web sites?
@Lance: meta.webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/73/…
Jul
10
comment Configure Outlook 2010 to use the Google Sync Exchange server
What is the error?
Jul
9
comment Is there a way to search labels based on stemming in Gmail?
Oh. That's all I got, sorry!
Jul
9
comment Get Facebook to display my friends from a particular city
@x3ja: It wouldn't have surprised me if there wasn't a better way than your answer. Facebook and usability, eh.