I’m currently planning a family vacation with late teen/early 20s aged young adults. Where would you go if traveling from New York?
I am writing a detailed travel itinerary for Germany visa. Do I mention exact tourist spots that I’d go to? I haven’t thought about that yet, so I have just mentioned “sightseeing”. Is that okay?
After the recent volcanic eruptions (last year or so) I have been reading but not getting clarity on which spots are accessible and which are not. Lot of public sites still say to call and find out. Calling many places with a timezone difference may not be best for planning and booking activities.
From anyone who has visited in the last 2 years, which are the recommended spots? In your experience were they as exciting as you heard them to be or were they disappointing?
Dust or pollen inside this lens is common problem so I finally removed the front element and cleaned it, but even after this procedure I have the very same specks in a video as before. So I guess it’s the heavily polluted second element – but I’m not sure if I can clean it. Someone mentioned that these elements are coated, but I can’t find any documentation/evidence. Blower was not enough.
Can I clean it as normal front element lens?
EDIT: So it’s the dirty sensor. I set F22 and made video with 18-200mm and 55-300mm and the spots are same.
ok,i was wantin to be able to save some wifi networks i have to a flash drive or to my home pc,is there a way to copy an open or a hot spot to a devise of some sort so i can always have wifi,for example,theres a library & a Walmart neighborhood market near me,can i copy a pice of there wifi to a devise so im able 2 have it all the time,or if i can copy this mobile hot spot device that the library were i live is doing,please let me know asap
I’m trying to complete Step 3 beneath,
- Open Tools → Print Production → Preflight and switch to Fixups.
- Search for Convert All Spots to CMYK and run Fix. Now all colors in your document are CMYK.
but Acrobat’s search engine isn’t yielding ‘Convert All Spots to CMYK’? See beneath.