Please note: These are done all in good fun. As you may guess, I’m a huge Jays fan. If you are the owner of the original pictures and would like me to remove my mashup version please let me know. All that said, hope you enjoy!!
And my crowning jewel….. This took probably about 5 hours and I wasn’t sure how it’d turn out….. Went to bed at 3 when I was done!! Click on this to view larger, quite a lot of detail in there, and 10 of the current Jays’ roster (sorry to those I had to leave out ;))
Toronto, August 2nd, 2015
My favourite!! First in slow-mo…..
Now, a little faster!
This was caught on the fly, but I liked the frantic look it had in GIF form:
Ms. Compy Fix-It here, and I’m in a great mood. I managed to resolve an issue I encountered yesterday which has been bugging me since. That’s a long time for me to be perplexed. :)
Without further ado, my issue was this:
- I go to send a meeting invite in Microsoft Outlook 2007, and it gets stuck in my Outbox
- I could send e-mail just fine
- Timestamps showed under the Sent column in the Outbox for regular e-mail, but the meeting invites just showed “None“, indicating I could wait all I wanted but it had no intention of sending……
- Neither time, nor restarting, nor re-opening and re-sending, could make these meeting invites get out of my Outbox
- I went to cancel the meeting invite, and the cancellation got sent to the invitees! (How random….. and awkward)
- Even deleting the meeting would send the cancellation notice to the invitees
- This occurred several times as I tried different things…… causing frustration and embarrassment as I’m sure it looked like I was insane (“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – good ol’ Einstein)
I researched. And researched. And pondered. And researched again.
And then I found a clue. On a few sites, they’d mentioned a Norton Antivirus add-in was the cause of their troubles, but I don’t have Norton so I knew that couldn’t be it. But one site mentioned:
Tip 1116: Meeting invitations are stuck in the Outbox | Outlook Tips
If you are having a problem with your mail not sending but aren’t using Norton Antispam, check your add-ins. Other antivirus and antispan add-ins, as well as iCloud, have been known to cause problems sending Outlook items.
Hmmmm…….. well I first had to search how to get to my add-ins – they’re not something I play around with too much. From Outlook’s own Help file (Wait, what? You mean it was actually helpful? It’s a miracle!):
Enable or disable add-ins in Office programs
On the Tools menu, click Trust Center, and then click Add-ins.
Great, easy enough. So I get a list of my add-ins and realize – I recently downloaded Evernote for Windows! I’m not sure why it took me so long to remember that, but I suspect frustration blindness had taken over. ;) Anywho, I disabled the two Evernote add-ins, and voilà! It works again. So be aware that if you’re suddenly running into an issue of Outlook sending e-mails but not your meeting invites, check your add-ins!
Ms. Compy Fix-It :)
I have a story about learning Spanish…..
I took a couple Spanish courses in high school and enjoyed it, so when I went to uni for languages, I took a bunch more. I was to the point where I could have decent conversations in the classroom, and could understand a fair bit.
One year my parents and I are in a Florida supermarket. My mom is searching for her butter-like margarine that will melt when she puts it on toast. Now if you knew my mom, you’d know this was very important to her….. :-D So I go to ask the guy stocking the shelves, but he indicates he only speaks Spanish. So, being the educated lady I am, I start to speak Spanish with him. The only problem was, I didn’t know how to say “butter”. It had never come up in my school teachings about El Cid or Spain or any other normal topic taught in Spanish courses. To make matters worse, I also didn’t know the word for toast, or melt.
What I did know was the words for ‘hot bread’ and a heckuva lot of hand gestures.
The poor stock clerk had no idea what I was talking about and soon, he had a couple coworkers trying to understand me and my crazy-talk, and finally he beckoned his English-speaking boss over, who recommended a kind to my ever-persistent mother.
For that reason, I will never forget the Spanish word for butter ever again: mantequilla :-D
Howdy, it’s been a while. Ms. Compy Fix-It here, looking for a recommendation.
Can any one of my dear readers recommend a good blogging app for Android? I think it’d be fun to blog on my phone but using my browser is just a bit too clunky.
of life intersected
a pretty impression, worn out and connected
they crumble when eaten
their taste an astringent, unlikely to sweeten
your yearning’s not normal
a city disaster no more, just informal
adrift in the crosshairs
continues to swim, anywhere, unawares
L.M. 4:25 p.m., January 20th, 2015.