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  1. Kari's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #211

    So many of us geeks having upgrade issues, and so many of us relying in Macrium Reflect image backups, have you geeks seen this post about new upcoming Macrium Reflect v7 (will be released on 26-FEB-2017) and changes it brings: Macrium Reflect - Backup and Restore
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  2. magilla's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #212

    waltc said: View Post
    Yes, it does...which is what I *don't want.* Obviously some people's eye-monitor combinations are less "sensitive" than others, but I cannot scale to 120% before the image blur becomes too ugly to use... (See "edit" below, however...you gave me the idea to try the preset instead punching in a custom value.)

    When you use the scaling option you are *not* "changing font sizes"--you are *scaling* all screen elements by the same percentage--scaling them up. Big difference. With the old settings, I could leave my scaling set to 100% and separately change most Windows fonts from 9 points to 11 points, which is what I've done in every build since 10/2014. Can't do that any more--so I hope they put it back...doesn't make sense to remove a perfectly viable option like that. "Scaling" doesn't do the same thing at all.

    Edit: In working with the scaling option, however, I have found that using the presets (125%,150%, etc.) seems to be far less objectionable in terms of image-element blurring than using a "custom" size (like 115% or 120%, etc.) So I'm going to stick with the preset of 125% for the time being and see how that works...before I roll back to 15014.
    I misunderstood. I thought you wanted to have objects, graphics, etc. changed along with fonts. I played with the 150% and found it to be OK, but I don't use anything except 100% on my computer. Maybe my vision is not as keen as yours.
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    windows 10 pro insider build 15014
       3 Weeks Ago #213

    Where is my esd that come in when downloading. I already updated but I want to create the iso
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #214

    Finally!
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    The install only took 10 minutes, start, decide what to download, and the download, only took 8 hours. Foooey!
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  5.    3 Weeks Ago #215

    Kari said: View Post
    So many of us geeks having upgrade issues, and so many of us relying in Macrium Reflect image backups, have you geeks seen this post about new upcoming Macrium Reflect v7 (will be released on 26-FEB-2017) and changes it brings: Macrium Reflect - Backup and Restore
    Yes, I have seen it but misconstrued that it's this month (Jan) and was wondering why it wouldn't update.
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  6.    3 Weeks Ago #216

    crap still stuck on 15002 on one machine will have to update by usb I guess
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  7. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #217

    Kari said: View Post
    So many of us geeks having upgrade issues, and so many of us relying in Macrium Reflect image backups, have you geeks seen this post about new upcoming Macrium Reflect v7 (will be released on 26-FEB-2017) and changes it brings: Macrium Reflect - Backup and Restore
    Thanks, Kari. Is this redundant, or just a typo? Seems to say the same thing.



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  8. Kari's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #218

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Thanks, Kari. Is this redundant, or just a typo? Seems to say the same thing.



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    Embedded tweets are not shown to all users, I've understood that for instance Tapatalk users will not see them. I wanted to "tell the story" using tweets by Macrium, added the same for those not seeing the tweets.

    When embedding a tweet, other tweets in same chain (thread) will be shown with smaller font in case the tweet in question is a reply to another tweet. In this example case, the tweet at bottom is one I embedded, the top one is then also automatically shown because Macrium has replied their own tweet.
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  9. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #219

    Kari said: View Post
    Embedded tweets are not shown to all users, I've understood that for instance Tapatalk users will not see them. I wanted to "tell the story" using tweets by Macrium, added the same for those not seeing the tweets.

    When embedding a tweet, other tweets in same chain (thread) will be shown with smaller font in case the tweet in question is a reply to another tweet. In this example case, the tweet at bottom is one I embedded, the top one is then also automatically shown because Macrium has replied their own tweet.
    Gotcha....just looked doubled-up. Thanks.
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  10. Kari's Avatar
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       3 Weeks Ago #220

    This tweet embedding is a bit strange.

    I just replied a Ten Forums tweet to get a screenshot:
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    To embed my tweet here at Ten Forums I use [TWEET][/TWEET] tags, adding the tweet ID (the part from URL after the last / sign) in between the tags:
    [TWEET]825409912628994050[/TWEET].

    Now if there are other tweets in same chain like now the original tweet I replied to, they will be shown slightly greyed out and with smaller font when embedded. The above example [TWEET]825403401961877504[/TWEET], my reply to a Ten Forums tweet would look like this when embedded:

    Last edited by Kari; 3 Weeks Ago at 13:30.
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