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Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...>
 

I have blocked those addresses. I treat these as spam as most probably are just that and fake in any case.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Arlene" <nedster66@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2016 3:28 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members


Yes, I got a few. They soon stopped. I don’t get them anymore.



From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: November-07-16 2:15 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members



I delete messages likethat too. I have no interest in joining linked-in or any other social n



etwork.

On 11/7/2016 1:21 PM, Arlene wrote:

Hi, I got those too. But I just hit the delete key. I have no reason to join linked in. Some time ago I got two people wanting me to join their linked in. But I just ignored it.



From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November-07-16 1:04 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members



Ignore it. I get such invitations from time to time. Linked In may do something like look at a new member's address book when they subscribe. Or if they don't, and the person has asked you to join, just ignore it. All it means is that they got your address from your list mail and asked you to join. they may not even know it is occurring if Linked In does this with new members. The Internet world is full of such nonsense. Just ignore all such messages. Don't respond in any way. It's a waste of time.



Gene

----- original Message -----

From: Sharni-Lee Ward <mailto:sharni-lee.ward@hotmail.com>

Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 2:36 PM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members




I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.


Re: Outlook.com or Outlook Web Access

Babcock LDPVI
 

Brian:


Thanks. I just changed the keyboard shortcut setting to Outlook.com- I think I had it on the Gmail option.


Cheers


cloning hard drive

Richard Kuzma
 

Good evening,

I had the same exact problem as you do.

I used image for windows,

You can download a thirty day trial.

Here is the problem,

You have to be EXTREMELY careful.

First I did a backup image as was with the existing drive and verified it was good.

Then, I shrunk the partition – cant remember how I did that,

But when I did it the paritition crashed at one point.

But, I had the backup.

Then once the partition was smaller I was able to back it up and restore it to the new drive with no problem at all.

The trick is going to be shrinking the partition,

You gotta be careful not to destroy it in the process, as idid something wrong.

In the end, all worked out well.

Let me know if you need any more help

Rich


Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Arlene
 

Yes, I got a few. They soon stopped.   I don’t get them anymore.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: November-07-16 2:15 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 

I delete messages likethat too. I have no interest in joining linked-in or any other social n

 

etwork.

On 11/7/2016 1:21 PM, Arlene wrote:

Hi, I got those too. But I just hit the delete key.  I have no reason to join linked in.  Some time ago I got two people wanting me to join their linked in. But I just ignored it. 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November-07-16 1:04 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 

Ignore it.  I get such invitations from time to time.  Linked In may do something like look at a new member's address book when they subscribe.  Or if they don't, and the person has asked you to join, just ignore it.  All it means is that they got your address from your list mail and asked you to join.  they may not even know it is occurring if Linked In does this with new members.  The Internet world is full of such nonsense.  Just ignore all such messages.  Don't respond in any way.  It's a waste of time.

 

Gene

----- original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 2:36 PM

Subject: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 


I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.


 


cloning hard drives with NVDA

Josh Kennedy
 

I just got a new computer. I installed macrium reflect. NVDA, and the OCR addon. I have a 240gig regular hard drive in this laptop. The drive only has about 25gb of stuff including the operating system. When I try cloning the larger 250gig drive to the smaller 120gig ssd it says not enough space. How do I fix this? Or will I just have to put in the new ssd and do a clean install?


Josh


Re: Alert

Gene
 

If a specific program was mentioned, it was not made clear in the message.  I don't know if there is a program named advanced password management.  It is not made clear that that was a specific name.  Also, it isn't clear whether the person tried to follow a download link in the popup message. 
 
And if there were such a link, I'd probably go to the actual program site itself if I wanted to download it.  We don't know if the advertisement is legitimate or a way to get someone to place malware on their machine. 
 
And I would also read reviews, as you imply, of the product before doing anything.
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 5:33 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Alert

Well I am not sure about the message itself but the program in question
is lagit and is highly reviewed but since you can buy reviews it means
little.



On 8/11/2016 10:45 a.m., Gene wrote:
> First, how do you know this is a legitimate message?  Second, is there a download link?  When is the popup coming up?  If I wanted to steal someone's information and get access to various accounts, I would think that using such a popup and trying to get people to download malware that would send the criminal their passwords would be one way to do it.  Do you know how to download files using Firefox in general?  It appears that that is the broader question.  But whether you do or not, unless you know in some way that this is a legitimate message, why try to download something from it at all?
>
> Gene
> ----- Original Message -----
>
> From: Nevzat Adil
> Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 3:35 PM
> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
> Subject: [nvda] Alert
>
>
> Hello everyone,
> Recently I began receiving an alert saying my identity is at riesk and
> that I should download an advanced password management to safeguard my
> identity. With Internet Explorer I used to do alt+n to deal with such
> notifications. but with Firefox I have no idea.
>  I use Windows 10 with Firefox and NVDA.
> Has any of you received such alerts recently and if you have
> how did you deal with it?
> Your response will be appreciated.
> Nevzat Adil
>
>
>



Re: Alert

 

Well I am not sure about the message itself but the program in question is lagit and is highly reviewed but since you can buy reviews it means little.

On 8/11/2016 10:45 a.m., Gene wrote:
First, how do you know this is a legitimate message? Second, is there a download link? When is the popup coming up? If I wanted to steal someone's information and get access to various accounts, I would think that using such a popup and trying to get people to download malware that would send the criminal their passwords would be one way to do it. Do you know how to download files using Firefox in general? It appears that that is the broader question. But whether you do or not, unless you know in some way that this is a legitimate message, why try to download something from it at all?

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Nevzat Adil
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 3:35 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Alert


Hello everyone,
Recently I began receiving an alert saying my identity is at riesk and
that I should download an advanced password management to safeguard my
identity. With Internet Explorer I used to do alt+n to deal with such
notifications. but with Firefox I have no idea.
I use Windows 10 with Firefox and NVDA.
Has any of you received such alerts recently and if you have
how did you deal with it?
Your response will be appreciated.
Nevzat Adil



Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 

Those are automatic messages there are optout links at the end of those to stop them.
Also These social networks send out messages about people you know and auto send requests so do spam networks.

On 8/11/2016 11:17 a.m., Rosemarie Chavarria wrote:
Just delete them when they come. Pretty soon they'll get the message
that you're not interested.




On 11/7/2016 12:36 PM, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.






Re: Alert

Roger Stewart
 

Sounds very suspicious to me! Don't do it! If I get a dialogue box in Firefox, I can tab to the buttons and there's usually a Yes and a No and sometimes a Cancel there and often the alt n will key the no button as well. Also, put in a good anti virus/anti spy ware on your system. I've never received any such notices and I use Firefox all the time.

Roger

On 11/7/2016 3:35 PM, Nevzat Adil wrote:
Hello everyone,
Recently I began receiving an alert saying my identity is at riesk and
that I should download an advanced password management to safeguard my
identity. With Internet Explorer I used to do alt+n to deal with such
notifications. but with Firefox I have no idea.
I use Windows 10 with Firefox and NVDA.
Has any of you received such alerts recently and if you have
how did you deal with it?
Your response will be appreciated.
Nevzat Adil


.


Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

Just delete them when they come. Pretty soon they'll get the message that you're not interested.

On 11/7/2016 12:36 PM, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.



Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

I delete messages likethat too. I have no interest in joining linked-in or any other social n


etwork.

On 11/7/2016 1:21 PM, Arlene wrote:

Hi, I got those too. But I just hit the delete key.  I have no reason to join linked in.  Some time ago I got two people wanting me to join their linked in. But I just ignored it. 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November-07-16 1:04 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 

Ignore it.  I get such invitations from time to time.  Linked In may do something like look at a new member's address book when they subscribe.  Or if they don't, and the person has asked you to join, just ignore it.  All it means is that they got your address from your list mail and asked you to join.  they may not even know it is occurring if Linked In does this with new members.  The Internet world is full of such nonsense.  Just ignore all such messages.  Don't respond in any way.  It's a waste of time.

 

Gene

----- original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 2:36 PM

Subject: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 


I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.





Re: Alert

Gene
 

First, how do you know this is a legitimate message?  Second, is there a download link?  When is the popup coming up?  If I wanted to steal someone's information and get access to various accounts, I would think that using such a popup and trying to get people to download malware that would send the criminal their passwords would be one way to do it.  Do you know how to download files using Firefox in general?  It appears that that is the broader question.  But whether you do or not, unless you know in some way that this is a legitimate message, why try to download something from it at all?
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 3:35 PM
Subject: [nvda] Alert

Hello everyone,
Recently I began receiving an alert saying my identity is at riesk and
that I should download an advanced password management to safeguard my
identity. With Internet Explorer I used to do alt+n to deal with such
notifications. but with Firefox I have no idea.
 I use Windows 10 with Firefox and NVDA.
Has any of you received such alerts recently and if you have
how did you deal with it?
Your response will be appreciated.
Nevzat Adil



Alert

 

Hello everyone,
Recently I began receiving an alert saying my identity is at riesk and
that I should download an advanced password management to safeguard my
identity. With Internet Explorer I used to do alt+n to deal with such
notifications. but with Firefox I have no idea.
I use Windows 10 with Firefox and NVDA.
Has any of you received such alerts recently and if you have
how did you deal with it?
Your response will be appreciated.
Nevzat Adil


Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Arlene
 

Hi, I got those too. But I just hit the delete key.  I have no reason to join linked in.  Some time ago I got two people wanting me to join their linked in. But I just ignored it. 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November-07-16 1:04 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 

Ignore it.  I get such invitations from time to time.  Linked In may do something like look at a new member's address book when they subscribe.  Or if they don't, and the person has asked you to join, just ignore it.  All it means is that they got your address from your list mail and asked you to join.  they may not even know it is occurring if Linked In does this with new members.  The Internet world is full of such nonsense.  Just ignore all such messages.  Don't respond in any way.  It's a waste of time.

 

Gene

----- original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 2:36 PM

Subject: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

 


I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.




Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Gene
 

Ignore it.  I get such invitations from time to time.  Linked In may do something like look at a new member's address book when they subscribe.  Or if they don't, and the person has asked you to join, just ignore it.  All it means is that they got your address from your list mail and asked you to join.  they may not even know it is occurring if Linked In does this with new members.  The Internet world is full of such nonsense.  Just ignore all such messages.  Don't respond in any way.  It's a waste of time.
 
Gene
----- original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 2:36 PM
Subject: [nvda] Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members


I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.





Re: Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Antony Stone
 

I think it would be more appropriate to email these people individually rather
than saying this sort of thing on a public list.

Antony.

On Monday 07 November 2016 at 21:36:49, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:

I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.
--
Schrödinger's rule of data integrity: the condition of any backup is unknown
until a restore is attempted.

Please reply to the list;
please *don't* CC me.


Off Topic: Requests to join Linked In networks from list members

Sharni-Lee Ward
 

I don't usually send off-topic posts to the list and I apologise, but
two people from this list, Volly Nelson and Alex Stone, have sent me
requests to join their network on Linkedin, and I don't have an account
with said site and no reason to make one. I don't understand why I'm
receiving these emails but I would like them to stop.


Re: Screen Shots with NVDA

Brian Moore
 

Hi. shift print screen will copy a shot of the current screen to the clipboard to do with as you please after that. it is a graphic so won't read once you put it somewhere but it does work. I use this all the time at work for bug tracking to show people what I am talking about.
Brian.Contact me on skype: brian.moore
follow me on twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/bmoore123

On 11/07/2016 7:34 AM, David Russell wrote:
Hello NVDA Group,

I am a freelance writer by avocation, and a particular work assignment
asked for a "screen to be printed, e.g. coupon" for a given business."
I assumed this to mean a screen shot. I know how to insert html links,
but is there a similar keyboard shortcut for inserting screen shots?

I am a totally blind user, Windows 7 machine, NVDA and FireFox as
browser. Thanks.


Re: Screen Shots with NVDA

Jacob Kruger
 

alt + print screen key on standard PC keyboard, will copy a screen shot to the clipboard, where you can then go into something like paint, and, after using the properties menu item on file menu to make sure the default/blank image's dimensions are set to less than your screen resolution, just hit the paste shorttcut key - ctrl + V, and, it should literally paste your screenshot into the image, which you can then save as a file, to be resized, cropped, etc. etc.


Stay well


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 2016-11-07 2:34 PM, David Russell wrote:
Hello NVDA Group,

I am a freelance writer by avocation, and a particular work assignment
asked for a "screen to be printed, e.g. coupon" for a given business."
I assumed this to mean a screen shot. I know how to insert html links,
but is there a similar keyboard shortcut for inserting screen shots?

I am a totally blind user, Windows 7 machine, NVDA and FireFox as
browser. Thanks.


Screen Shots with NVDA

David Russell
 

Hello NVDA Group,

I am a freelance writer by avocation, and a particular work assignment
asked for a "screen to be printed, e.g. coupon" for a given business."
I assumed this to mean a screen shot. I know how to insert html links,
but is there a similar keyboard shortcut for inserting screen shots?

I am a totally blind user, Windows 7 machine, NVDA and FireFox as
browser. Thanks.

--
David Russell
david.sonofhashem@gmail.com
Character consists of what you do on the third and fourth tries.
James A. Michener