Happy New Year to everyone – and I’ll probably keep these cross postings coming fro a month or two as you get used to the new URL. The latest and last posting for 2012 covers language packs in Project 2013, Project Server 2013 and Project Online – http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2012/12/31/project-2013-and-project-server-2013-language-packs.aspx Enjoy!
The language pack options for Project 2013 and Project Server 2013, and the upcoming Online version – currently in preview – are very similar to those that went before for both Project and Project Server, 2007 and 2010. There is one additional language, Romanian, both for the client and the server. For the client the […]
Thanks to Marc for the original research and posting this item on the French blog – http://blogs.technet.com/b/frenchpjblog/archive/2012/12/24/3542467.aspx and to Jorge for the Spanish version at http://blogs.technet.com/b/elfarodeprojectserver/archive/2012/12/26/project-server-2010-se-paran-y-desactivan-los-servicios-de-eventos-y-cola.aspx. For those whose English is better than their French or Spanish – read on. This is something we have seen quite a few calls on, and the initial symptom […]
No, it isn’t a Washington earthquake – just wasn’t holding my Nokia Lumia 920 still enough so the banks of the river look to be moving too. First lunchtime trip out with the new ‘camera’ – will likely be posting more over the coming weeks and certainly looking for more good Cinemagrph subjects – but […]
*** Update 11/6/2-16 – This probably isn’t something you need to worry about any longer as the PWA limit was increased to 9999 some time back – although it may still be useful if you want to use a name of a site you deleted… (Thanks for the reminder to update, Edward!) *** If you […]
I was down the beach hoping for some good sunset pictures – the clouds had other ideas. The tide was going out and nearly at the low point. The small ripples of the incoming waves and the receding tide gave some interesting interference patters – but it was getting dark. Fortunately the Pentax K-5 has […]
Some real deer get the Photoshop treatment adding some festive lights. I might follow up on this blog posting with a quick article on how I added these. No deer were harmed in the making of this picture…
A crisp morning coming across the Puget Sound into Seattle by ferry, with the light from the wheel stretched across the morning cityscape, and across the water.
One of my favourite beach walks – different weather, tide and time of day make this an ever changing landscape. On this day the green lichen on the driftwood was positively glowing. The knot in the foreground also made a good close up shot – perhaps for a future post…