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Cool: Enter-Your-Address timesaver 3 Replies

I just visited a site that needed my address. They first asked me my postal code, then said "This postal code covers several house numbers, which one is yours?" I chose my house number, and ¡presto!…Continue

Tags: autofill, registration, auto-completion, forms, data

Started by Jerome Ryckborst. Last reply by Sean Phelan Apr 22, 2009.

Put the card in the slot

Usability of bank cards and transit tickets. There's a PET-design aspect to this:…Continue

Started by Jerome Ryckborst Mar 18, 2009.

Not for IE6 or IE7, yet

Check out the graphic, below.It's a close-cropped screen shot of what I saw on's site.Good or bad?Continue

Tags: peoplebrowsr, safari, twitter, internet, firefox

Started by Jerome Ryckborst Feb 25, 2009.

You selling that book or not?

I can't figure out how to buy a book that I want from an online bookstore. Is it available? You decide.This video shows what I experienced (…Continue

Tags: dropoff, bookstore, chapters-indigo, amazon

Started by Jerome Ryckborst Feb 14, 2009.

Outlook and Gmail won't play nice 1 Reply

I can have e-mail in my Outlook Inbox, and I can use IMAP to pull in my additional e-mail from my Gmail account, but apparently I can't have the Gmail delivered to my Outlook Inbox. It's got to be in…Continue

Started by Jerome Ryckborst. Last reply by Charles Boyung Jan 28, 2009.

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Comment by Suzanne Long on December 9, 2008 at 11:53am
Ugh. I have my CUA Central settings set to NO EMAIL but for some reason this group generates email for the slightest thing, overriding my general settings. Not happy about this and may unfollow.

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