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CeeCee

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  1. Thanks Andavari, i will try that! I'm not back for good by any means EDIT: That didn't give any info.
  2. Hello, long time no see I just while ago switched to Opera Cromium (from Opera 12.17). Chromium uses own storage location for (Pepper) Flash. With Opera 12, CCleaner works just fine cleaning Flash temp files etc. With Cromium i created my own inlude rules to clean those, and exclude rule for keeping the settings file. I just wonder how CCleaner is able to remove visited domain entries INSIDE the settings.sol file? I mean for Opera 12 it does that, without deleting the settings file. I have not managed to do that with Chromium settings.sol. I'm not sure if those entries are stored somewhere in the registry too? What are CCleaner default rules for cleaning Flash?
  3. Just installed the latest Libre. Regarding recent documents; deleting the .xcu file also restores all your modified settings on Libre?
  4. If you have signal problems http://thechive.com/2011/08/09/how-to-boost-your-wifi-signal-with-a-beer-can-7-photos/
  5. CeeCee

    Opera 11.51

    Same here hazel.
  6. CeeCee

    Hi

    thanks everybody not going to be a regular user here, but will check every now and then. keep up the good work!
  7. CeeCee

    Hi

    Hi everybody
  8. Mine is set to run at start up.
  9. Yeah. Not really a fan of them, but they have some good songs, like My girlfriend's girlfriend and I don't wanna be me.
  10. Yeah, that's true, and i wondered that one too.
  11. Maybe you are being sarcastic, but it's there. Just go there and remove it.
  12. You can find the solution here: http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bull.../apsb10-08.html
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