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Assel

Member Since 31 Jan 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 07:13 AM
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In Topic: Jobs and stuff

24 July 2017 - 06:52 PM

I work as a mechanical engineer and am a mechanic with all my heart.
Because of the work I travel a lot in the world. So far I have been to Romania, Hungary, France, India, Spain, South Korea and in the USA / Mexico in September.
I love my job.
In my spare time, I repair everything that my family and friends bring me.
From mobile phone display to lawnmowers, bikes and cars. In addition, I try to maintain my house and at times create a beautiful garden.
By the way I build PCs as desired along and try the elderly, especially my father (77) to teach how to use the PC.
 
Aaahhh and I am passionate mountain biker.

In Topic: Why not upgrades between major Bodhi versions?

02 June 2017 - 05:25 PM

<irony> It is so you stay fit in installing operating systems and if you can not, you should ask someone and maintain social contacts. </irony>

 

I think this is a good way to learn.

To set up a new Linux system is much easier as to set up a windows system.

Normally you can work with a newly Linux System after 30 minutes. Try this with a windows system......

 

Head up, fix your crown and look forward. ;)

In Topic: Scan program

31 May 2017 - 05:27 AM

Tiiihhiiihihime was on my side, yesterday.

Okay, stop that creepy singing.

 

I have tried XSane with the multipage function and it works very good. This drop-down menu I have totally overlooked...

Also I have tried Simplescan but the look and feel is nothing for me.

 

The procedure with scanning  page by page and combining it after is a great hint too but it takes a lot of time. I will keep this in mind.

 

Now going to the second step and try to find a OCR software which can "read" this ancient font cause I can only read 50% of it.

 

Thanks a lot.

In Topic: Scan program

30 May 2017 - 06:28 AM

Sorry but I have'nt had time to test yet. Will give it a try on my weekend.

 

Thanks for the answers.

In Topic: farm life

26 April 2017 - 05:24 AM

This looks like a lot of work. Just as you always describe it.
But to find the inner peace in the evening and to look at what one has done the day is invaluable.

 

If ever I should be near, I'll come over and mow the lawn with the tractor. :D