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Below are instructions for configuring Google Chrome to read Web sites not written in the English alphabet. 

Manually Switch Encoding

If you see Roman alphabet gibberish (e.g. *a&h!!) instead of the correct script, you may need to For some Web sites, such aswww.csssm.org (Chinese Simplified), you will need to manually switch from Western encoding view.

Example of Roman Character Gibberish

Roman Character Gibberish - Window says µ Ú 227 Æ Ú

Change Encoding (Windows 7)

  1. Click the settings (wrench) icon after the URL address bar and select Tools → Encoding to view the current encoding..
  2. If necessary switch from Unicode (UTF-8) or Western (ISO Latin 1) to an appropriate encoding. In some cases you may need to scroll to the end of the menu.
  3. If there is more than one option per script, select one until the page displays properly.
  4. AFTER you leave the site, you may need to switch your browser back to your original setting.
 

Change Encoding (Macintosh)

  1. Under the View menu, select Encoding.
  2. If necessary switch from Unicode (UTF-8) or Western (ISO Latin 1) to an appropriate encoding. In some cases you may need to scroll to the end of the menu.
  3. If there is more than one option per script, select one until the page displays properly.
  4. AFTER you leave the site, you may need your browser back to your original setting.

 

Fonts In Chrome

Google Chrome automatically matches system fonts with the appropriate language encoding. As long as the appropriate fonts for each language are installed, Chrome will probably be able to interpret a properly encoded page.

If you do not see the content, you need to install the correct font as listed on the individual By Language pages.

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Most of my friend use Gmail,  it would be unfair of me to not talk about sharing Google Drive files for our users who recently switched to this new service.

sharing on Google Drive

If you have previously used document sharing in Google docs, you will find sharing on Google Drive more or less similar. The interface is simple, minimalist and easy in approach. So let’s see how you can share your files on Google Drive with others.

File Sharing in Google Drive

Step 1: Open your Google Drive account and upload the files you want to share using Google Drive. If the files are already uploaded to your account, select them and click the Share icon at the top. Alternatively, you can right-click on the file and select the share option form the context menu.

sharing button

Step 2: The popup window will show up the list of people who currently have access to your file and the current permission of the file on the web. Click on Change link to change the permission of the file and start sharing.

sharing settings

Step 3: You can now either make the file public on web, or you can share it with specific people who have the link. Furthermore, while granting the permission, you can extend the write access permission on the file using the Access section.

advance sharing settings on Google Drive

Having done that, share the link with the people you want to share with through email, instant messages and social stream. The user can work on the file depending upon the permission granted by you. Furthermore, by clicking on the small arrow near the file, one can download the file to his computer.

link to share

download files

If you are looking for secured sharing, keep the file as private and add email addresses of the people you want to share the stuff with. This would share the file only with specific people, and they will have to sign in to their account (Google account) to view the files. All the users you have shared your files with in private mode will be notified my an email regarding the same, and they can then access the files under the shared tab.

email files

Step 4: Once you have made the desired changes to the permission level, share and save the settings.

Cool Tip: To quickly see all the files you have shared from your Google Drive account, Click on More—>Owner, type, more on left sidebar and check the desired visibility and ownership option. Your Google Drive will then check your files and show only the ones which matches the filer.

cooltip

Conclusion

Those were the simple steps to quickly share your files from Google Drive. Regular users of Google Docs will find it nothing new, but those who’ve just started with this service should find it helpful.


IMG_0968Google has announced the weather search for iPhone and Android it is not very complicated but you need to know few stuff about it

  • Go to google.com not m.google.com on your mobile browser
  • Then you need to turn on the beta service, else you will be ended with normal search
  • Have to allow the GPS location service to automatically find your location or may chose from the list
  • That is all you have to do get the up to date weather information on your iPhone and Android device

 

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