SGI - Legacy Silicon Graphics 1600SW: Technical Questions
For Windows 95/98/Windows NT users, right-click your desktop, choose the properties item, and click on the "Appearances" tab. You can adjust all aspects of the desktop there. This may make reading text and seeing icons a little easier for those who have trouble with the extremely high resolution of the 1600SW.
GIMP - Documentation
In general, small fonts won't ever look quite as nice as large ones. But there are a couple of things to try. Make sure you are using an outline font as opposed to a bitmapped font. For details, check any book on using the X Window System, such as O'Reilly & Associates X Window System User's Guide (Volume 3 of their excellent X series). If your image is GRAYSCALE or RGB (ie. not INDEXED) when there's a toggle button in the text tool which turns antialiased text on and off.
Favorez - Frequently Asked Questions
You can customize any of the Favorez standard icons. Favorez icons have the PNG format. Simply put your own 01.png, 02.png or 03.png graphics files into the folder of the skin you like to customize. The following file names map to standard icons: To quickly look up a skin folder hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and choose View Files from the Favorez menu.
Technology - FAQs
A. Change your resolution by right clicking anywhere on the desktop and by then clicking on properties. A "Display Properties" box will appear. Click on the Settings tab. Now find the "screen resolution" slider. If your icons are too big, move the slider to the right (increasing the resolution). If your icons are too small, move the slider to the left (decreasing the resolution). After you've made your desired changes, click on Apply.
Frequently Asked Questions - Pictures Catalogue, National Li...
If you could see the pictures on the Pictures Catalogue home page and on other web pages, try refreshing the screen (in Internet Explorer use the Refresh button on the menu bar; in Netscape use the Reload button on the menu bar) If you are unable to see any pictures, check that you have set up your browser to display pictures. (In Netscape, use the Edit Preferences option and check that the "Automatically load images" option is switched on.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Oolong Tea from Taiwa...
All of our fonts are scaleable. You can change the size of the fonts by going into the 'View' 'Text Size' menu of Internet Explorer.
Captcha Creator - FAQ
There is a configuration file containing all settings of the script. You can adjust this configuration file easily with our online tool, that will alow you to customize the captcha image. After getting the desired effect, just save the configuration file to your computer and then upload it to your web server, inside the captcha folder. If you are having any kind of problems installing our Captcha script, please contact us.
Chiropractic Frequently Asked Questions
No. Since a chiropractic adjustment is a specific force, applied in a specific direction to a specific joint, it is virtually impossible to adjust oneself correctly and accurately. It is possible to turn or bend or twist in certain ways to create a "popping" sound that sometimes accompanies a chiropractic adjustment. Unfortunately, this type of joint manipulation is usually counterproductive, often making an already unstable spine even more unstable, and can sometimes be dangerous.
Frequently Asked Questions
The font size we use is standard and can be read properly from an appropriate distance from a computer monitor. This usually is 12" to 18" for a 15 inch monitor. We don't see much point in using a font size like a horse's shoe and you would not have any trouble reading anything unless you happen to be trying to see your computer's screen from your swimming pool.
Translator's Corner - Frequently Asked Questions
If you check the top of the page, to the right, you will notice three white "A" letters. Clicking on these will allow you to choose a font-size that will ease your reading.
IMfree Frequently Asked Questions
Buddy icons are not supported. Custom fonts are not supported at this time, and all text that is sent is shown and sent in AIM's default text format. No. You can have a separate IM session on the PC from the IM session on the handheld. But, you must log in with different screen names for each session.
At our discretion we may use Royal Mail for items that may be "jiffy" bagged. We would contact you on acceptance of the order to confirm the lowered P&P charge.
GIMP - Documentation
If neither your X server nor your X font server supports you can try one of the TruType font servers: xfstt (http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/X11/fonts/) or xfsft (http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/jec/programs/xfsft/ .
FAQs : web2grow
We use web fonts for body text and for menus, because they are easier to read, can be updated in the CMS, and can be read by search engines. Traditionally web designers have used Arial and Verdana for body text. However there are much wider choices now, particularly if your target market uses Windows XP.
Web4Print frequently asked questions (FAQ): client-server sy...
You can use the standard Windows fonts. In addition, Web4Print supports the use of SmartFonts which are high-quality fonts ideal for perfect typographical quality. SmartFonts produce perfectly spaced text and headlines.