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'[TECH]New LED deposition process to make LEDS more'
BCC: Note paper renting and what you get.
If you go to here
you can "rent" the article for $3.99.
BUT you get to preview page 1/3 which is an excellent start5.
AND the renting service is ofering free trial bronz silver gold
memberships with up to 30 free papers viewable. There may be extra
I had not seen "rent apaper" before.
It appears to give you screen only viewing.
Can't be cut and pasted.
Can't be printed.
Can't be printed to PDF.
CAN be screen snapshot and saved as an image.
This is a strange oversight as they could have made it a secondary
graphical screen not accessioble to prt-Scrn, as some do.
They'll learn no doubt.
I have no desire to snaffle copies of their page 1, but it was
interesting to see what the limitations of their protection were.
Worst case, they can't avoid a visible image capture of what the eye
can see - eg camera.
On 4 February 2011 22:52, cdb <btech-online.co.uk> wrote: colin
On 04/02/2011 11:23, RussellMc wrote:
> This is a strange oversight as they could have made it a secondary
> graphical screen not accessioble to prt-Scrn, as some do.
> They'll learn no doubt.
I thought only HW overlay is inaccessible to Alt prt-scn or prn-scrn, and even then any application I've seen can be persuaded one way or another to not-use HW overlay (which makes video usually unusable)?
Any example web links?
Even then you can use TV out card and video capture if really determined. Or a HD flat screen and good camera.
On Sat, 05 Feb 2011 00:23 +1300, "RussellMc" wrote:
Using Firefox? Once you are on the page, go to Tools>Options>Content and
-- http://www.fastmail.fm - A no graphics, no pop-ups email service
> > Can't be cut and pasted.
> Using Firefox? Once you are on the page, go to Tools>Options>Content and
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 6:23 AM, RussellMc <gmail.com> wrote: apptechnz
There's ALWAYS a way. If your eyes can see it, you can save it *somehow*
:: CAN be screen snapshot and saved as an image.
If using Vista or W7, I can't think of how one would prevent the screen snipping tool from working. I don't think not allowing the clipboard function would stop the snipping tool.
It quite happily allows a VM screen to be 'snipped' from the host machine.
cdb, btech-online.co.uk on 5/02/2011 colin
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