Getting Windows 7 x64 to use Cooler Master CM Storm Quickfire Pro Ultimate Keyboard
Mon, Oct 7th 2013 7:09a Lars Berntrop-Bos Getting Windows 7 x64 to use Cooler Master CM Storm Quickfire Pro Ultimate Keyboard
Preface: Recently purchased a Cooler Master CM Storm Quickfire Pro Ultimate mechanical keyboard. I hit a few snags: the high quality braided USB cable was a dud, and the touted Plug and Play let me down. It refused to work on my Windows 7 x64. Contacting support or scouring the internet did not not help. I did stumble upon dpjaf4t, who had made Windows 7 work with a Logitech G510. Since the same symptoms were [read] Keywords: admin
Do not delete Perspectives in Domino Designer
Wed, Apr 4th 2012 6:50a Lars Berntrop-Bos a word of warning.
I found a list of perspectives in the preferences (used the search box, its in General:Perspectives.) in which you can also set the default perspective.
Great! I thought. And noticed al these duplicate perspectives with no icon. To wit: multiple instances of Calendar, Mail and ToDo.
Then I made the mistake of cleaning them up. And killed my Notes client (hangs in startup sequence)
DO NOT DO THIS. I am now reinstalling from scratch... [read] Keywords: domino
Serious LotusScript List bug
Wed, Feb 29th 2012 2:26a Lars Berntrop-Bos To serious LotusScript programmers, the List construct in combination with custom classes is a daily staple.
To find bugs in that is disconcerting...
this piece of code, running on Notes 8.5.3, mysteriously adds a previously non-existing listitem attributenlijst(veldSpec.tag) with value "":
call maildoc.ReplaceItemValue(veldSpec.veldnaam, attributenlijst(veldSpec.tag))
veldSpec.veldnaam is a nonempty string, veldSpec.tag is a nonempty string, attributenlijst is a List As String
befor [read] Keywords: lotusscript
Thu, Oct 6th 2011 3:43a Lars Berntrop-Bos Bye Steve,
Thank you for believing that computers and devices can be a great experience, and sticking to your faith.
Strength to all those who miss you dearly. [read] Keywords:
Wed, Jun 8th 2011 11:06a Lars Berntrop-Bos Everyone should acquire a Subcapacity license along with any existing Domino Server Licenses which are indexed according to PVU.
And if you upgrade a server, prepare to start reporting how many cores are running Domino. This might save you a lot of money.
Since the number of Cores is reported in the Server document (and kept up-to-date by the Adminp task) , this easily automated. [read] Keywords: adminp
Using the Android SDK for HTC Hero on Windows 7
Wed, Nov 3rd 2010 7:21a Lars Berntrop-Bos div To use the Android SDK with an HTC Hero (GSM version) on Windows 7 you need to path the .inf file./divdivAdd: /divblockquote class=webkit-indent-blockquote style=margin: 0 0 0 40px; border: none; padding: 0px;div; HTC Hero/divdiv%SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_0BB4amp;PID_0C99amp;MI_01/divdiv%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_0BB4amp;PID_0C99amp;REV_0100amp;MI_01/div/blockquotediv To the sections [Google.NTamd64] and [Google.NTx86]/divdiv /divdivT [read] Keywords: application
Re: Tuning 8.x.x standard client
Tue, Nov 10th 2009 2:50p Lars Berntrop-Bos a couple of remarks:It works for other RCP apps like the Sametime client too. You should not allocate too much memory to the JVM. More than 1700 and things get flaky. I stick to 1024. Other people have warned that this must not exceed physical RAM. And you need to have ample RAM. The odd thing is Notes will crash if you set the heap too high, but if you do have ample RAM the heap is mostly in VM, not in real memory... [read] Keywords: notes
Tuning 8.x.x standard client
Sat, Nov 7th 2009 4:24p Lars Berntrop-Bos Here's how to tune your Eclipse based 8.x.x client, also known as the standard client. As of October 12th, 2009, you want to use version 8.5.1 as it contains a lot of optimizations. And the Domino Designer upgrades to Java and LotusScript editing are really, really, really nice. For a great speed boost starting up the client and running Designer, use a trick Andrew Pollack described, and Jerome Carter substantiated. You should edit the jvm.properties file, just search the notes directory fo [read] Keywords: domino
Out with the old
Wed, Apr 8th 2009 2:24p Lars Berntrop-Bos Cleaning out out the attic, turning up gems likers-232 breakout boxViaVoice headset & software for the macpiston from my old Honda SS-50Anyway, most of it is going to the recycling center! [read] Keywords: mac
I can't wait till DDE 8.5.1 will be here!
Mon, Mar 16th 2009 2:18p Lars Berntrop-Bos According to René in answer to http://jwylie.blogspot.com/2009/03/notes-851-on-ubuntu-composite.html, Domino Designer 8.5.1 will be joy to use. I cannot wait! Althought 8.5 is a lot of fun to explore, it feels like masochism. Also, it eats my current screen real estate for breakfast. I need 24" soon! 1280x1024 feels very, very cramped. [read] Keywords: domino
My mood is ugly
Sat, Mar 14th 2009 5:44p Lars Berntrop-Bos My mood is uglyA miscreant calling himself "Ian Bradbury" (I cannot verify his or her identity) has defiled blueskills.net. I hope Paul wil not be disheartened by the action and keep up his good work. Cheers, Lars [read] Keywords:
Thu, Mar 12th 2009 5:09p Lars Berntrop-Bos Blueskills.net Paul Mooney and others started blueskills.net a Lotus/IBM oriented recruitment site. Announced by Paul, please help with constructive criticism.As I am looking for work, good timing and a tip of the hat to Paul Mooney and staff at Bluewave/BE Systems! [read] Keywords: ibm
Great resource for chaos-enabled persona's
Thu, Feb 26th 2009 12:01a Lars Berntrop-Bos Get ready to virtualize your receipt shoeboxesI just stumbled across a great tool for the organizational challenged and chaos enabled (i.e. a large part of geekdom): http://www.shoeboxed.com/They process receipts (images for free, paper ones for a fee) and return the results. I just know I am going to love this! [read] Keywords:
Starting a blog
Fri, Apr 4th 2008 8:53a Lars Berntrop-Bos Finally started a blog, after many years of lurking. What got me started is finishing a Domino on Linux implementation, and the sorry state of resources. I aim to collect and publish resources to better enable the running of Domino on Linux.
Edit, months later: that didn't really pan out, pushed for time! [read] Keywords: domino