Re: Does any other program (windows or linux) do screenshotannotation efficiently?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Danny D., Apr 21, 2013.

  1. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    who said anything about buying something only because it's new?
    Guest, May 8, 2013
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  2. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    not just the uk.

    payphones are disappearing everywhere because everyone has a cellphone.
    Guest, May 8, 2013
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  3. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    unless you need a map or want to get weather reports. or many other

    if you don't want to use facebook, don't use facebook.
    which is just as trackable. so much for that excuse.
    which cheapo cellphone is this, where the battery lasts a month without
    needing to be recharged?

    or are you just full of shit?
    Guest, May 8, 2013
  4. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    it's the same pretty much everywhere.
    Guest, May 8, 2013
  5. Danny D.

    PeterN Guest

    You left off that some are technophiles who seem not to understand that
    technology has purpose, and they get so lost in a religion of
    technology, they forget practicality.
    PeterN, May 8, 2013
  6. Danny D.

    PeterN Guest

    And it doesn't tell you to make a right turn, two lefts and another
    right, when you want to go straight.
    PeterN, May 8, 2013
  7. Danny D.

    PeterN Guest

    Did Tony cooper say you did?
    PeterN, May 8, 2013
  8. Danny D.

    Shadow Guest

    Yes, amazing how much the human body contains. Are you on
    laxatives, or something ?
    The battery lasts 10 days, but I only remember to charge once
    a month, when the phone bill comes in. I put he battery back in for
    Like I said, I'm not on FaceKook, and I don't want anyone
    tracking me. I take it with me if I travel, "just in case". Brazil is
    not the safest place for your car to break down in.

    Ah , it's a LG GS-155b. Is that important ?
    Shadow, May 8, 2013
  9. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    so it's not a month, it's 10 days.
    Guest, May 8, 2013
  10. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    It's not the pay phone situation that is ridiculous. It's the same
    here. It's buying a phone in anticipation of *other* people being in
    an accident on a deserted road.

    If the road is deserted, but there's been an accident, it's probable
    that the accident was the result of drunk driving or driving while
    texting. Other possibilities, but these are the common reasons.

    The chances of finding a major railway station are pretty slim in this
    In this area, pay phones are thin on the ground in all areas, but
    there are more - by a long shot - in the city center. The inner city
    is the part of town where people are less likely to have a land line
    or a cell phone, so pay phones are in demand. (But often vandalized)
    In the suburbs, or nicer areas, you rarely find a pay phone. No one
    needs them.

    I am purely guessing here, and make no claim of personal knowledge and
    have not done a nospam visual official market survey, but I'd bet that
    in the inner city where people have less disposable income the people
    who do have mobile phones are more likely to have an expensive
    smartphone than the people in the affluent suburbs. Flashy cell
    phones and $150 a pair sneakers are bling.

    The highest density area of smartphone users would be the apartment
    complexes where the young professionals live.

    Just a guess.

    Tony Cooper, May 8, 2013
  11. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    You didn't expect critical thinking, did you?
    Tony Cooper, May 8, 2013
  12. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    We used our Garmin when traveling from Orlando to a person's house in
    Vero Beach. It wanted me to take the tollroads and I didn't want to.
    I was in no hurry and I like to be able to stop in case photo
    opportunity comes up. The Bitch in the Box keep telling to make turns
    that would take me to the tollroads when I was on a highway that
    paralleled the tollroad and was just as direct. I finally turned it
    Tony Cooper, May 8, 2013
  13. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    why does that matter? are you saying you'll let them die because you
    think they were drunk?

    and you have no way of knowing the cause just by looking at the
    actually quite high. perhaps you've heard of amtrak.
    although there are significantly fewer payphones than there used to be,
    they are not restricted to slums.
    a bad one.
    Guest, May 8, 2013
  14. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    did you tell it you didn't want to use toll roads?
    nope. it looks like you didn't.

    don't blame the gps for routing you on a toll road when you told it you
    wanted to use toll roads. it did exactly what you told it you wanted.

    in other words, user error.
    Guest, May 8, 2013
  15. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    Why, yes, nospam (who doesn't argue for argument's sake), I have. In
    fact, Amtrak goes through this area and there are three stations in
    the area (Sanford, Winter Park, Orlando). Major, though? I wouldn't
    say so. The Winter Park station has inside seating for maybe a dozen
    waiting passengers.

    However, many places in Florida are 100 miles or more from an Amtrak

    There are three Amtrak stations in the entire state of Alabama, and
    just two (on the western edge of) Tennessee. Georgia has five

    That's quite high?

    Do a survey, then. Put 5 or 10 minutes into a walking tour of any
    major town and report back on what you've visually spotted and claim
    that it applies to all cities. Walk briskly through the parts of town
    where phones and shoes are bling.
    Tony Cooper, May 9, 2013
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    Savageduck Guest

    Savageduck, May 9, 2013
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    PeterN Guest

    When I got my first Garmin one of my friends set it to bicycle mode. I
    kept telling me to get ff the parkways. My new Garmin and the Nav system
    in my wife's Lexus have a setting that to stay off freeways. I can also
    preplan a scenic route on my computer and send it to the Lexis.
    PeterN, May 9, 2013
  18. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    there are payphones there:

    Guest, May 9, 2013
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    Drogon Guest

    Drogon, May 9, 2013
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    J. Clarke Guest

    Why didn't you just check the setting to avoid tolls?
    J. Clarke, May 9, 2013
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