[HOWTO] [UPDATED] Add Widgets to Notepad-Chaos WordPress Theme

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UPDATE: As wordpress does not show characters correctly, the codes below may not work. So please do copy the codes from this file I have uploaded. Please read the post as well as the instructions included in the file. You may need to use WinRAR or 7zip to extract the file if you are running Windows.

The theme I’m using in this blog is widget unaware Notepad-Chaos theme. However, I have managed to allow it to add widgets. Continue reading [HOWTO] [UPDATED] Add Widgets to Notepad-Chaos WordPress Theme

I moved to Linux because Windows does not support my Hardware

[ad#ad-1] Back in the days of 2005, I did not use Linux because it did not support my cheap PCTEL HSP56 Dial-up modem. Now, I do not use Windows Vista because it does not support my cheap Telson Electronics CDMA 1x USB Wireless Modem. Sorry for my poor choice of internet (both in 2005 and now) because I live in rural area of Nepal and we don’t have a choice. Continue reading I moved to Linux because Windows does not support my Hardware

[HOWTO] Save Screenshots in Ubuntu Automatically when PrintScreen key is pressed

[ad#ad-1] When you press the PrintScreen key in Ubuntu, you will see a gnome-screenshot dialog box with options to save the image or Copy it to clipboard. This function is great unless of course, you mistakenly press the key several times day which is really irritating. How about silently saving the image to some predefined location rather than popping up the dialog?
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Turbo C++ IDE – Running on Linux, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Mac OS

Please look at the alternatives for Turbo C++ IDE before reading this post. Continue reading it only if you want to use BGI graphics (consider Allegro Gaming Library if you want an easy to use Graphics solution for C\C++) or for code compatibility with your Textbook. You might consider changing your textbook if your School/College/University allows for new code. Continue only if you have no other option than using the DOS based Turbo C++ 3.0.

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