xkatMemberSeptember 15, 2015 at 5:45 amPost count: 39
Hi Maurizio and Andrea:
I save most web-pages (HTML files) as .MHT, but still there is a problem with auto-tagging the large number of files associated with saving a web-page as HTML (Webpage Complete) because of all the minuscule css, js, jpg, etc. in the “HTMLfilename_files” folder.
Also, I just recently noticed that “Thumbs.db” are getting auto-tagged – this type of file is just ‘overhead’ and not needed.
Thus, a combination of <b>”Exclude extension”</b> e.g., “db”, AND <b>”EXCLUDE size”</b> e.g., “< 10kb” would vastly limit the database bloat.
Possibly a ‘MASTER’ file extension list could be conceived – i really don’t want to add .jpg,.pdf,.doc,.docx,.xls,.xlst, etc….. to all my auto-tagging rules.
Or a ‘MASTER’ regular expression ?
Antony BontotMemberDecember 3, 2015 at 3:31 amPost count: 1
I am travelling to Canada to explore the industry that I work in (I am a computer engineer from UAE). I plan to visit Ontario and Alberta including the cities of Toronto, Calgary, and Edmonton. In addition to visiting these cities can someone please recommend where it would be useful to visit in order order to find companies hiring computer engineers?
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