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04 January 2013 - 02:18 AMQuestion, not sure if anyone can help me with something. I was wondering if it's possible to:
- Upload a portion of an excel sheet to be displayed on a website, &
- To make it interactive (e.g. click a box, type something in it, etc.)
I understand that there is a Microsoft Excel Web App from their website available, however it requires uploading the file to SkyDrive, or something to that effect. Instead, I would like to use my account on a web server to place the file on it, and then have it edited/saved on the server. Basically, without using that app, and instead write the webpage using HTML.
Also, the excel sheet in question has several boxes with IF functions that work by inputting a value in certain boxes. So those IF functions have to work too. And scrolling too...
Is it...possible to do?
If you need more information about what I'm doing with the excel sheet, please let me know, and perhaps I can elaborate further (or upload the excel sheet).
15 July 2012 - 06:23 PMHi everyone.
Is there such a method, to transmit one's desktop computer activites from the computer tower to a HDTV wirelessly?
Here's the scenario. I currently have my desktop Windows XP 64-bit computer situated in my basement. My Sony Bravia TV is located in the living room, 1st floor.
I've experimented with wires. I went to Best Buy, found out that I needed about 50ft in VGA cables to connect the desktop to the TV. My keyboard and mouse is already bluetooth capable, so I was about to use the computer in the living room. My TV also has a DVI input and my video card has HDMI input available too. I already have an adapter to convert the HDMI cable to DVI. But I didn't experiment with HDMI/DVI, so I don't know if the TV is capable of using it. Using the VGA cable, I was about to get 1360x768 resolution, but not higher than that.
Now the cables are returned (one of the few good things about Best Buy...they don't care what the reason is, you can return the hardware for full refund, lol). I went to a small computer store, and asked for prices on 50ft VGA cables and the 1/8" audio jack line. Comes out to about $57.00 for both @ 50ft each.
My concern now is whether I could get a wireless solution. If for example I start moving the furniture around, the wires might come out short. The 50ft cables from this other computer place have to be specially ordered and are not returnable if the sale goes through. The next larger sizes are 100ft each, those being non-refundable too.
I heard from someone that Sony TVs have a special wireless stick you can put in and would work for Apple computers, but I don't use Apple.
So, could anyone please provide your opinions on what could be done? If worse comes to worse, I can always buy the 100ft cables. Probably come out to $100 if it's 100ft for both cables. It's much better than the $206 charged by Best Buy anyway for 50ft of VGA only, lol. Or if you have other recommendations (that doesn't involve getting a laptop, lol), then I'd like to know. Thanks.
03 December 2007 - 06:23 AMHas anyone created a hack where you can have the option of playing with widescreen resolution (16:9 ratio, or 16:10 ratio)? I mean sure, I can just enlarge the GENS program with the mouse to fit my widescreen monitor...but it would come out stretched. So has anyone come up with that type of option, without modifying the original games (Sonic 1, Sonic 2, etc.)? Or is it too difficult to do something like that?
06 June 2006 - 10:54 PMIs there a program that can extract music from Dr. Robotnik's Meanbean Machine, or any Genesis ROMs in general (avoiding the use of a hex editor)? I'm currently interested in obtaining the music from that game, but I can't seem to find a simple step-by-step program to extract the music. That's my problem.
01 December 2004 - 10:20 PMCan someone tell me, is there a problem with the colour scan of the zone mock-up, or is it suppose to look like the way it is?
If it is suppose to be the way it is, then why is it that in a November 1992 issue of the Sears, Roebuck and Co. the colours are different [click here for the link and go to DHZ page, or Cut Out]?
Also if this zone is suppose to be scrapped almost near the beginning of development, why is it that this zone was used to advertise the Sonic 2 game? Why wouldn't they use another zone that is guaranteed to be used in the game?
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