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How To: Kill boredom with weird and random websites

This is a video tutorial in the Computers & Programming category where you are going to learn how to kill boredom with weird and random websites. This video lists 11 such websites and explains what each one does. The 1st one is Zigzagphilosophy. This site allows you to make a lot of zig zag lines on the screen by moving your mouse. #2 omglasergunspewpewpew. On this site you use the mouse to control a squirrel on the screen and use the left click to shoot a laser. The #3 site is allemande and ...

How To: Surf in Firefox using mouse gestures

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to surf the web with mouse gestures. Users will need to use the Firefox Mozilla browser. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-on site and search for "fire gestures". Click on Add to Firefox to install the add-on. Once installed, users are able to use their mouse for certain signs or gestures such as: go back, forward, reload or open new tabs/windows. Users are able to customize the mouse settings in the add-on options. This video will benefit tho...

How To: Right click on a Mac using the Apple mouse

Jonathan demonstrates how to right click on a Mac using the Apple mouse. There is a short cut: holding down control while left clicking to make the right click menu come up. The Mighty Mouse has a right click function but you have to enable it. To enable this feature, go to system preferences and click on mouse and keyboard. The mouse and keyboard menu will now open up. Locate the right drop down menu. The default is set to "Primary Button" so you will need to change that to the "Secondary Bu...

How To: Open/extract Winrar or Winzip & open a new text doc

Learn how to extract .rar or .zip file formats on a Windows computer. These file formats are often used to package larger files into files that take up less memory space. First, a new folder is created to house the extracted file, and the file is dragged inside. Next, the user must right-click on the .rar file to be extracted and select the "Extract Here" option from the dropdown menu. In addition, this video will also show helpful sites from which to download the WinRar or WinZip programs, w...

How To: Browse websites without a mouse

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to browse web pages without a mouse. Users will need to use the Mozilla Firefox browser. When you're in the Firefox browser, press F7 or click on Firefox, click on Preferences and select the Advanced tab (Mac OS X). Now check "Always use the cursor key to navigate within pages". This will activate character browsing, allowing the user to use the arrow keys to move up and down the page. Holding Shift will allow users to select a text. This video will b...

How To: Prank the mouse click buttons

This is actually a really easy and fun prank to pull off. What it does is simply switch the right click on your mouse, to the left click, and switch the left click, to the right click. Confused yet? Follow these simple instructions to test it out yourself, and enjoy your victims reactions when they get this prank pulled on them, trust me, it's funny!

How To: Hit a golf ball

Learn how to hit a golf ball. Tee off and experience the world's most authentic online golf experience! 1. Place the cursor over the swing meter at the bottom of the screen when you are ready to hit the ball. The mouse icon will change into the swing icon. 2. Click and hold the mouse and push up to the desired strength indicated by the yellow shaded area. 3. Release the mouse button. The yellow shaded area becomes green and moves to the right. 4. Click the mouse when the green line is closest...

How To: Prank hack a computer mouse

This video tutorial demonstrates a mouse-hacking simple prank sure to annoy any friend or colleague. To replicate this hack, you'll need a mouse and a musical key chain. The steps are roughly as follows: First, open up the mouse. Looking inside, find and remove the scroll wheel, then pull out the mouse's old cable. Take a musical key chain and open it up. Find the musical module with two red LEDs. Carefully glue them to the right-click. Then put the LEDs where the mouse's laser is before fitt...

How To: Get rid of mice using a mouse trap

In this tutorial, we learn how to get rid of mice using a mouse trap with Rick. You will first need to know where to place the traps. Mice like to use the sides of walls to run around and will turn when they reach dead end corners. These are great places to place the traps so you will most likely trap them. If the mice are familiar with an area, they know where to avoid, so using two traps will help you catch them. Next, place the trap perpendicular to the wall instead of parallel so they wil...

How To: Right click on any Macbook using the track pad

Start by dragging your mouse down to system preferences on the dock and open it. If system preferences is not on your dock you can get to it alternatively by opening finder and selecting applications. Scroll through this until you find system preferences which should be located near the bottom because it's usually organized alphabetically. Then select the keyboard and mouse icon. After that click on the trackpad tab and check the option in this screen that says "place two fingers on trackpad ...

How To: Cut, copy, and paste on a Mac

Steps on how to cut copy and paste on a Mac. Make sure that all your Windows are closed. 1. Click the Apple on the upper right corner. 2. Select and click System Preferences and a small window will appear. 3. Double click the small mouse picture and a bigger mouse picture will appear 4. Click on the right tab that says Primary Button and click to select Secondary Button. 5. Close the window. 6. When you right click the mouse a menu will appear and you can already cut copy and paste just like ...

How To: Draw a cartoon mouse from the number 3

In this video, we learn how to draw a cartoon mouse from the number three. First, draw out your number three. Now, create a triangle shape on the end of the top of the three, then add in a circle and whiskers. Next, add in a half circle on the first hump of the three, then connect the body of the mouse going down the end of the three. Add in a tail at the bottom of the number, then add in a foot next to the bottom of the three. You can adjust this drawing how you prefer and add in any other d...

How To: Record audio with the Camtasia recorder

Learn to record audio with the Camtasia recorder by watching this video tutorial. First, if you want to record audio click on the mic. It's easier than clicking on capture. Next, you'll find on the same menu a selection for custom or full screen modes. After you've made these selections you have cursor selections to choose from. Those options are listed under the effects tab. Are you a silent mouse or a squeaker? If you want your viewers to hear your clicks then under the same tab there is an...

How To: Change your keyboard & mouse settings in Windows Vista

Clearinfo.com helps us how to change the keyboard and mouse settings in windows operating system. The video actually shows us the tutorial in windows vista but this can be applied also in windows xp. First go to Start button then click on control panel and on the Control panel Home view, select Hardware and Sound where you will get the mouse and keyboard setting options. Under the Classic view there will be keyboard and mouse option. Under the Keyboard options, it will show various settings a...

How To: Cut, copy, and paste to the clipboard in MS Wrod 2007

HelpVids user mel_bone teaches you how to cut, copy and paste to the clipboard in Microsoft Word 2007. Select the first paragraph by either triple clicking on it or selecting it with your mouse. Click "Copy" in the top ribbon or press "ctrl + c". Then use "Paste" or "ctrl + v". To cut a paragraph, select it and click "Cut" or press "ctrl + x". Using the paste options, you can only paste the text, without its formatting. By clicking the small icon next to the Clipboard tab, you will open the p...

How To: Zip and unzip files in Windows XP

In this tutorial, we learn how to zip and unzip files in Windows XP. First, find the files you want to compress, then highlight them by dragging the mouse. Next, go into the file menu and click "send to", then "compress zip folder". Now, your folder will be created and you can double click it to see the folder viewer of the compressed folder. To open these up from the zip archive, first find the file folder that has been zipped. After this, go to the file menu, then click "extract all" and yo...

How To: Use sidechain autofilter effects in Ableton

Open your program to a new live set. By using three keys (in Ableton Live), Command (Ctrl), Shift and t, you can create a short cut. Create two new midi tracks making one for (side chain) bass and one for (side chain) kick. To rename a track choose the two keys Command (Ctrl) and r. Next, you can load up the presets, located on the side bar list, one a bass, and, then a basic kick drum by opening up impulse, electronics and Tremor 1994. Now create a couple of patterns. To do this go an empty ...

How To: Install a web page comment box using Dreamweaver CS4

This Dreamweaver CS4 tutorial takes you on a step by step process for installing an automated comment box system for your website. The system is a great way for communicating and interacting with your website users. It has a great feature that automatically sends you an email everytime someone comments in your website. Also it will allow you to post a reply by email.

How To: Change the mouse sensitivity on Vista

In this video, we learn how to change the mouse sensitivity on Vista. First, you will go to the start menu, then the control menu. From here, scroll down to where it says 'mouse' and double click on that. After this, you will see a section for the double click speed. Change that if you would like. Then, click on the tabs on the top of the window to change the pointers, pointer options, wheel, and hardware. Once you have changed all the options that you want, you will be able to apply them and...

How To: Find out your screen resolution

This video tells about the screen resolution of your monitor. In this video it is said that we can check our screen resolution by opening the site www.whatismyscreenresolution.com .While you get into that site our screen resolution will be displayed in the screen. But the screen resolution can be checked easily by clicking the right button of the mouse in the desktop and then selecting the properties button. In the small window that appears click on the settings tab. In that window we can see...

How To: Take Screenshots & Save as JPEG in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or Lower

This video demonstrates how easy it is to take a screenshot with shortcuts in Mac OS X. Pressing Command-Shift-3 will take a screenshot of the entire screen, while Command-Shift-4 will let you take a screenshot of just a selected area of the screen instead. For the latter, once you use the shortcut, your mouse pointer will turn into crosshairs, and you would click on one point of the screen, then drag and release your mouse to take a capture of the selected area.

How To: Upload Wordpress files using Filezilla

In this video, we learn how to upload Wordpress files using Filezilla. Before you get started, you will need to know the host, username, and password for your domain name. After this, click the quick connect button to connect to your server. The left hand side will show the local files on your server. Look in the root directory of your server and right click, then choose "create directory". Now, click on the plus sign to see a blog sub directory. Next, find where you downloaded Wordpress onto...

How To: Make swooshes & swirls in Illustrator

The first thing to do is open a new document with Adobe Illustrator. Inside the document, make a box, width 200 pt, height 20 pt. Click the bottom right corner with your mouse and hit delete. Then hold down the top right with shift, and tap the down arrow once. Then, click bottom left point, hold shift, join the objects by half. Go to brushes pallet and create a new brush. Click the spiral tool. Use the up and down with the mouse to select range you would like. Select the art brush, and click...

How To: Prank an optical mouse by replacing the laser and right-click with a toy

The mouse is the primary tool most people use for accessing their computer and the vast stores of information on the Internet. Wouldn't it be funny if instead of allowing you to click icons on the computer screen, your mouse just lit up and made noises when you pressed it buttons? Well now you can prank a friend's optical mouse and make it so. This video will show you how to do it using only a mouse, simple tools, and a light-up, noisemaking keychain cow toy. Prank an optical mouse by replaci...

How To: Arrange paths in Illustrator

Objects used in the tutorial are available free at the website preceding this description. The project here involves two groups of paths. You will be shown three ways to change the order of these groups. Go to one of the groups and right click on the mouse, in the menu that comes up choose Arrange, and within the next box choose bring forward. This works with either group. Go to the other group, right click, choose Arrange, then choose bring forward and now this group will appear ahead other ...

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