I do this a lot and have an even eaiser (if more ink-consuming) way: 1: Press Command + Shift + 4. 2: Click and drag to select the portion of the list you wish to print. 3: Release mouse/trackpad button. You have just created a Screen Shot file of your selection. The file is named "Screen Shot" followed by the date and time and it's on your Desktop. Open it with Preview and Print as usual. This way also has the added advantage of displaying text in the Notes field, which you won't get if you copy and paste. Enjoy!…
This is fun. I once did a chapter entitled "Mac Styles of the Not So Rich or Famous," with screen shots of other peoples' desktops. Here's what my MenubarTender looks like today: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rfnbqgvf74uzhac/MenuBarTenderLeVitus.tif
Thank you John and Dave. I'll try overtraining. Thanks for the tip.
Keep us posted, John. I've done what you describe a couple of times and it seems to work for a few days/weeks, but then recognition declines. I have stored two fingerprints for each thumb (4 total) with no better results. I think the algorithm tries to improve its recognition over time, but only succeeds in making things worse. YMMV, of course. Thanks in advance.
Bryan said: "...the company is a source of comedy gold." Well put!
Bryan picks up one of his two guitars, a Gibson SG 1963 Reissue and a Phantom 12-String 1964 Limited Edition Reissue, and makes sweet musical love.You have more than two guitars, Bryan... Signed, Your conscience
?Lilyhammer? is not an ?upcoming? series.Yeah, and it stars Steven Van Zandt, AKA Little Steven (E Street Band, his Underground Garage; Disciples of Soul), who happens to be a much better actor than I expected. The show's not half bad, either. Saw the first episode and will watch at least one or two more.
Nicely done, John. I just bought a copy for myself!
I might have to try that. As I said, the camera issue was the only one that really bothered me.
Classic rock and roll The band doesn't suck too much Good times are ahead