The pad is the thicker foam-core type (so, still a soft pad, but not super thin) with a kind of suede-y rubber-y mat. It slides pretty bad over our short carpet! Any ideas? [more inside]
posted by curious nu
on Aug 5, 2014 -
Hello! I am an animator and would like to use a USB number pad for keyboard shortcuts for better ergonimcs while animating in Photoshop. Is there a way to remap the numbers on the USB number pad to keyboard shortcuts like Command+Z, etc? This nice post
explains how to do it for PCs, but I haven't been able to find how to do it for MacBook Pros. Thank you!
posted by tessmartin
on Jul 13, 2014 -
Help me find a mattress pad and fitted bottom sheet that will stay on my full/double bed with me wildly sleeping on top of it. [more inside]
posted by ackptui
on Jan 5, 2013 -
I find myself perpetually unsatisfied with all the notebooks and pads I have tried for general note-taking/writing/sketching/brainstorming. Please help me find the perfect brand of pad or notebook. [more inside]
posted by The Master and Margarita Mix
on Nov 13, 2011 -
Do most people put rug pads under area rugs that are on hardwood floors? I am a rug-owning n00b. [more inside]
posted by kthxbi
on Jun 12, 2011 -
I have a flat precision mouse pad from Fellowes. After a good year of use, it's starting to warp around the center causing a large "bubble" like effect along the mouse's path. How can I fix this?
I already tried laying it flat between 2 hard, flat surfaces overnight with no luck.
You can see the warping in this photo
posted by Blue.Squares
on Jan 7, 2010 -
A friend of mine is a schoolteacher with the Chicago Public Schools. On his Mac, he uses Office 2004. He was showing me a feature in the Office 2004 version of Word that I really like. It allows you to open up a document in something called "Notebook Layout View" (I think) that simulates a page of ruled notebook paper as if you were writing in a spiral notebook. It even allows you to format a title and heading and other features.
Anyone know if there is a Vista equivalent for Office 2007? I tried looking through the templates (both what's included with 2007 and at Microsoft Online) and I can't seem to find anything similar.
(and please, no flames or exhortations to "get a Mac!" I'm stuck with I have and there's no changing for the time being)
posted by zooropa
on Sep 15, 2008 -
I'm flying to Bangkok tomorrow morning. What should I know about the current situation? I booked this months ago and am most definitely going, but I'd like to know what to expect.
posted by mrunderhill
on Aug 30, 2008 -
Hey Guys! I need some advice on a mouse pad for my computer table. The setup im using now -This Setup-
sometimes makes my Logitech laser mouse jump around even though I have used the same wax paper over wooden and glass surfaces. I think the little holes in the keyboard table are messing it up. Can you guys suggest any mouse pads (hopefully free lying around the house) that would give good tracking and also are nice to the touch? I don't mind the Waxpaper just not over this holey surface. Thanks!
posted by Javed_Ahamed
on Aug 8, 2008 -
In the last 24 hours I've discovered Keynote (no, not that Keynote)
and it's pretty much revolutionized the way I organise my information and do my work. Is there a web-based equivalent? [more inside]
posted by Jimbob
on Dec 4, 2006 -
Can anyone tell me why telephone keypads are "upside down" relative to calculator/numeric keypads?
posted by I, Credulous
on Sep 21, 2006 -
my round, global map, mouse pad freebie (oracle, circa 1994) is gross. can i wash it? or do you have a cool (new) round mousepad link? [more inside]
posted by valkane
on Apr 7, 2006 -
Looking for a mattress pad that doesn't move around and bunch up. I've spent a lot of money on them, and they all seem to want to migrate as soon as we crawl into bed. They look like they fit when I put them on and pull them tight, but as soon as we get in and roll over even once, there's all sorts of ridges and bumps. I'm talking about the kind of mattress pad that goes on like a fitted sheet. Would the flat kind of pad with straps be better? We like the softness of knit sheets, and I'm wondering whether there's a "Velcro effect" between the sheets and the pad. Would regular cotton sheets slide over the pad and not make it bunch up?
posted by Joleta
on Apr 2, 2005 -
AskMeFemmes: Keeper and diva cup question. Details, unlike blood, inside. [more inside]
posted by dame
on Jan 19, 2005 -