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You could offer a tiny downloader app like the ones you get when you download apps from a website such as softonic or google (chrome installer) that essentially pulls rest of the stuff from the Internet. My University provides a huge amount of materials online and there is this small application that downloads all those updates and feeds from their servers. ...


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Having had this problem before, the only solution we found to "educate" our user base (mostly non-technical, 40+ users) was to soft delete the rows then add a global filter to "show recently deleted" items in a special color. So, for example: Jim would delete contact Rebecca from the global list. He'd then go to his "contact list" view and be like "where's ...


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Since they are all PDF's I would combine the PDF's on the server and have them download one PDF. Any other way you go is just going to have some layer of complexity, which seems to be what you are trying to avoid. Sure, there are some valid reasons why putting them all in one isn't a good idea, but there is no best answer.


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There are a few options. Individual files You can have a guide explaining how to download an HTML file from the browser which includes images and all related files. Basically a manual for the "save as HTML" option of the browser. You can offer them in word 2007 using, for instance PHP. You can offer them in odt using, for instance, PHP. If you have a ...


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Here are a few usability concerns (not problems) associated with masonry grids. If there is not a fair amount of padding between photos, things can get distracting and messy very quickly. Due to the nature of the layout photo's with certain dimensions can end up becoming the centers of attention, there is nothing wrong with this -- however it all depends ...


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In Dutch we have the word 'digibeet', in analogy with 'analfabeet', e.g. the English analphabetic. I guess 'digibetic' would be the English version, and would perhaps be a good word for this. However, for now computer illiterate as mentioned in the other answers would be the best term.



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