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Foreground: #000
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SecondaryMid: #db4
SecondaryDark: #841
TertiaryPale: #eee
TertiaryLight: #ccc
TertiaryMid: #999
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Error: #f88
<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar [[ToolbarCommands::EditToolbar]]'></div>
<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit title'></div>
<div macro='annotations'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit text'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit tags'></div><div class='editorFooter'><span macro='message views.editor.tagPrompt'></span><span macro='tagChooser excludeLists'></span></div>
To get started with this blank [[TiddlyWiki]], you'll need to modify the following tiddlers:
* [[SiteTitle]] & [[SiteSubtitle]]: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)
* [[MainMenu]]: The menu (usually on the left)
* [[DefaultTiddlers]]: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened
You'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
<link rel='alternate' type='application/rss+xml' title='RSS' href='index.xml' />
These [[InterfaceOptions]] for customising [[TiddlyWiki]] are saved in your browser

Your username for signing your edits. Write it as a [[WikiWord]] (eg [[JoeBloggs]])

<<option txtUserName>>
<<option chkSaveBackups>> [[SaveBackups]]
<<option chkAutoSave>> [[AutoSave]]
<<option chkRegExpSearch>> [[RegExpSearch]]
<<option chkCaseSensitiveSearch>> [[CaseSensitiveSearch]]
<<option chkAnimate>> [[EnableAnimations]]

Also see [[AdvancedOptions]]
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<div class='headerShadow'>
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<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>
<div class='headerForeground'>
<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;
<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>
<div id='mainMenu' role='navigation' refresh='content' tiddler='MainMenu'></div>
<div id='sidebar'>
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<div id='sidebarTabs' role='complementary' refresh='content' force='true' tiddler='SideBarTabs'></div>
<div id='displayArea' role='main'>
<div id='messageArea'></div>
<div id='tiddlerDisplay'></div>
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.externalLink {text-decoration:underline;}

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StyleSheet for use when a translation requires any css style changes.
This StyleSheet can be used directly by languages such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean which need larger font sizes.
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#displayArea {margin: 1em 1em 0em;}
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<div class='subtitle'><span macro='view modifier link'></span>, <span macro='view modified date'></span> (<span macro='message views.wikified.createdPrompt'></span> <span macro='view created date'></span>)</div>
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<div class='tagged' macro='tags'></div>
<div class='viewer' macro='view text wikified'></div>
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Arithmetic Logical Unit

The part of a [[CPU]] that does all the arithmetic. Basically, it can only do four things: Add one, subtract one, shift a register's content 1 bit to the left or to the right (which is equivalent to division and multiplication by 2), but it does so really, really fast...

American Standard Code of Information Interchance

The original rules for which characters appear where in a table of printable and non-printable characters. Originally designed for [[RTTY]] but still in use as a reference on all modern computers.
[[All the Adobe apps...|]]

/* denotes offsite backup

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1. Click the circle on the lefthand side of the Chromebook taskbar and search for 'Files'
2. Click on the blue/white 'files' icon
3. In the left-hand menu, click 'Add new services'
4 Click 'Network file share for Chrome OS'
5. Where it says 'Share path' you enter the name of the server and the share you want to connect, like: \\rhs-fs\public if you want to connect the 'public' (P:) share
6. Tick the box titled 'My file share needs a password'
7. Enter your Windows network username like: rhs\firstname lastname
8. Enter your Windows network password and click the 'Mount' button
9. You can find your newly attached share in the 'Files' app or any file opening/saving dialogue...

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BYOD is an acronym for Bring Your Own Device or, as often is the case, Be Your Own Demise.

Here I'll try to present some factors that might help you decide on a suitable device for school use.

Not all computers are equally suited for the purpose of being lugged around for school use, and they shouldn't be. If all devices were to cater for every need by every student and every application and task that we do in school then the devices would become prohibitively expensive, heavy and power hungry. So we need to make some sacrifices to reach a workable compromise.

Renmark High School provides desktop computers in computer rooms for all computationally heavy use. This includes working with high-end graphics programs, graphics rendering of 3D work, Computer Aided Design and much more. All the things that can't reasonably be expected to work on a cheap laptop with limited screen area and often just a touchpad for cursor navigation. So don't worry about buying hardware for those purposes.

What a BYO device needs to do well is the 'bread-and-butter' stuff. It needs to be able to run the 10% of applications that are used for 90% of the work. Text manipulation, spreadsheets, slide presentations, browsing the web and be able to render HTML5 in a meaningful way. 
A BYO device also needs to cater for the user's habits and abilities. If your eyesight is not good then a small screen will either be hard to read or will only present a very limited amount of information in every view. If you prefer a fast computer with good gaming capabilities then the power consumption goes through the roof and your batteries will not be able to last a school day. An Intel i7 processor is able to control more internal memory than an i5, giving you the option to have more applications running at a time (and faster) but it uses about twice as much power doing so.

A dedicated school laptop can be quite cheap. A grunty gaming laptop is not. 
Even cheap laptops can have 8-10 hours battery life. High-end laptops rarely exceed 2-4 hours.
A cheap laptop will probably not do everything you want to do outside school hours, consider getting another laptop or desktop for that.

Tablets, iPads, Chrome or Android tablets are fine for school. They both have apps available for almost all purposes that are expected of BYO laptops. The invokeable keypads are probably too slow for serious writing and they take up a lot of the app's viewport when you're typing (tapping), consider getting a good quality Bluetooth connected keyboard with the tablet, these can be had for as little as ~AUD25 and add tremendous value to your typing experience. Screens smaller than 9" (grab a sheet of A4 printer paper, fold it in half on the short side and draw a 1cm border on the folder paper. That's about the size of a 9" screen on a tablet) are often hard to read or has very little info in the views.

MacBooks are great. They have a good trade-off between speed and battery life and will do most of what is expected right out of the box. Among the downsides are: initial cost, cost of peripherals, lack of support and various quirks in applications that weren't natively made for MacOS but have been 'ported' from the Windows versions. In short, they don't always work as expected.

ChromeBooks are the cheapest of the laptop range. They have a tight integration with Google's G-Suite for Education (which we have installed and working at [[RHS]]) providing seamless workings between all apps from Google and access to a myriad of other SaaS. The newer Chromebooks integrate with the Android Play Store and can run all Android apps as well as the ChromeOS apps. Many Chromebooks are cheap because their screens have quite a low resolution, making less room for information and shortcuts, but the higher resolution ones are still quite affordable.

[[Storage and memory]] are two other factors that have a huge impact on the user experience of a computer, be it a laptop, desktop, tablet or phone. When storage runs full no more applications can be installed and some [[operating systems]] will stop working as well. Too little memory will impact on the number of applications that can run simultaneously, eventually forcing you to close one thing in order to start another. Low memory also forces most [[operating systems]] to use storage for short term memory, slowing the computer to a grinding halt because storage works thousands of times slower than memory.
A practical minimum of storage for a laptop, be it Windows or MacOS based, is 128Gb of [[harddisk]], the bigger the better. Chromebooks, iPads, Android tablets rarely have a harddisk but rely instead on built-in memory chips ([[RAM]]) and are usually equipped with enough for the purpose. Again, the more the better, 8Gb is probably a practical minimum.
Memory for laptops should not be less than 4Gb, as this is the minimum specified by Microsoft (for Windows) and Apple (for MacOS). Laptops run significantly faster when upped from 4Gb to 8Gb whilst there is less improvement by the next doubling to 16Gb. More memory lets you have more applications running simultaneously. 

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IRC #bluehackers (Freenode)

Central Processing Unit

The 'brain' in a computer. This is where all computation is done, mostly by the CPU's [[ALU]]s, with some assistance from the attached [[registers]]
Get a certificate by clicking [[this link|]] and, if asked, choose the option to 'Save' the file.

Then install it in accordance with these [[instructions|Install an Internet Access Certificate]]
A laptop offered by Google; with tight integration to the G-Suite apps and management framework.
The operating system that runs on ChromeBooks. 
Phone: 08 8586 6974 ext. 111
Email: [[|]]
School printers are meant to be connected during the login process.
If, for whatever reason, this doesn't happen then you can manually attach a printer after you have logged on.
Here's how to do it on Windows 10:

* Click the Windows 'Start' button and type 'printers'
* Click on 'Devices and Printers'
* Click on the 'Add Printer' button
* If the printer you want is listed then click on it and then click 'Next' and 'Finish', you're done!
* If the printer is NOT listed or it didn't correctly connect using the above mention method then click the option saying: 'The printer I want is not listed'
* If you are on a school computer then on the next screen choose the second option: 'Select a shared printer by name' and type \\\ in the field below and hot the 'Browse' button. A list of school printers will be displayed for you to choose from. Click one, click 'Next', 'Finish' Done!
* If your computer is not a school ownedcomputer then you should choose the third option instead: 'Add a printer using TCP/IP' and on the form that comes up when you click 'Next' you type the [[address of the printer|PrinterIPAddresses]] you want to attach in the field called: 'Hostname or IP address' and click 'Next' and 'Finish'

This howto is for Macbooks only. If your laptop is running Windows then try [[this one|Connect a printer to a Windows computer]] instead...
Your Macbook must be connected to the RHSRADIUS network in order to print. If you need help connecting to this network then the library has a cheat sheet explaining the process

* Open 'System Preferences' (the icon in the launcher with a cog on it)
* On the window that opens, click on "Printers and Scanners"
* ... and this window pops up, click on the [+] sign in the lower-left corner...
* ... new dialogue:
# Click on the tab named "IP"
# Enter the [[IP-address|PrinterIPAddresses]] of the printer you want to install
# Give the printer a name that makes sense to YOU
# Change the protocol to "Generic PCL Printer" and hit the [Add] button

Open 'Finder'
Type the address of the server that holds the folder you want to connect in this format:

{{{smb://server name or address}}}

Click the 'Connect' button and you'll be shown all available folders on the server you chose.

All shared folders at RHS are stored on either a NAS with address: or a file server called: 0794SVRFS1, so to connect to the NAS you type:


List of [[shares|Shares at RHS]] at RHS

This tiddler is written as a dual-strand thing that is meant to cover both Mac and Windows (sorry, to those using Linux... but you already know what you're doing!).
The reason that this tiddler is in this [[category|future fidgetry]] is that it is far from finished... if you choose to go with it that's fine.... but don't come running to me for a fix if it breaks anything!
I will state examples explicitly for Mac and solely for Windows whereever it is necessary to discern between the two...


Having access to everything you create whenever and whereever you like has been built into the Chrome OS that runs on Chromebooks since day 1. 

Now you can get that functionality on Windows and Mac as well.

There are a couple of ways to achieve this:

Using [[InSync|]]. ~InSync is very reliable. I have used it for years (on Linux) without a glicth and it comes for Windows, Mac and Linux and is very easy to set up.
Download it from [[InSync Website|]] and install as a privileged user.
Once installed, log in with your Google email and you're done.
The downside of ~InSync is that it maintains a local copy of everything that's on your Google Drive, this causes quite a lot of traffic at times, as well as cluttering the harddrives of computers that have several users.
This tiddler is written for Windows 10. If you're one of the unfortunates with a MacBook then have a read [[here|instead]]

Start your lappy and log in or whatever you normally do...

Find the wireless icon in the notification area (lower right-hand part of your screen) and click once on it. From the list that pops up you choose 'RHSRADIUS' and click the 'Connect' button.

When your lappy asks for username and password you enter:

User : rhs\%your network login name%
Password : %the password for your network login%
This howto is for Windows. If you are using a Mac then [[try this|Connect drives on a Mac]] instead.

If your computer has lost connection to network drive, which can happen when either computer or the server that hosts the network drive share loses connection to the network or the password for the network share has expired, then you can re-attach it without having to log off and on again.

Here's how:

1. Click on the Windows Start button and choose 'My Computer' (Win7 and earlier) or type 'File Explorer' (Win10) to open the Windows File Explorer
2. Click to highlight 'This PC' or 'My Computer' then click on 'Map Network Drive'


and a dialogue is presented:


where you choose a drive letter and fill in the name of the server and the share that you want to attach as a network drive. In this instance drive P: is connected to the 'public' share on the server called

If you are on a computer that is not a member of the RHS domain then tick the 'Connect using different credentials' option and enter your curriculum login when prompted in this format:
RHS\your username

3. Click on 'Finish'

List of [[shares|Shares at RHS]] at RHS
How to create a new document in Google Apps without first going to Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, whatever....


Just type:


in your browser's address bar and a new document is created in your Google Drive, ready for you to start writing.

Similarly, you can create new empty spreadsheets by typing:


Slides (Powerpoints) with this sequence:


and Sites (website creation):


For Google Forms and Google Draw the syntax is slightly different:




Undoubtedly, there are more Google Apps that react in a similar way. Let me know if you discover more shortcuts...

In addition to the old shortcuts Google have now launched a few more URLs for instant document creation:

* [[|]] creates a new Google Docs document
* [[|]] creates a new Google Spreadsheet
* [[|]] creates a new survey
* [[|]] creates a new presentation
* [[|]] makes a new blank website

there are probably more shortcuts, try and suss them out yourself.

...and the most recent: When you're on the Google Drive site you can press:

Shift+d to make a new drawing
Shift+f to make a new folder
Shift+o creates a new form
Shift+p to create a new presentation
Shift+s to create a new spreadsheet
Shift+t creates an empty document

Phone: 1300 363 227
Email: [[|]] 

or log a [[ticket online|]]
This is an aggregate list of flaws reported from around the state. These are NOT necessarily current issues at RHS!

Unable to 'mark' some assessment items

Unable to view some bulk assessment items from the create tasks screen - Daymap have advised this may require another update to fix...

The reply buttons are missing from the message on the dayplan page.

All the dates are in the American Format (mm-dd-yyyy)

Resource Bookings do not work

Student notes cannot be back dated

SMS Messages aren’t being sent

It is very slow to load pages, The server has plenty of resources

The checkin page can’t record notes. The interface colours are off and It looks quite ugly

When entering a comment on an assessment task pressing the return key will enter a newline AND move on to the next student record.  We filed that one as a bug.

Can set a a finish date of a calendar item before the start date, which breaks the calendar.

Reply button missing when opening messages from the DayPlan page

No option to 'PUBLISH RESULTS NOW' in the Assessment task area

Inability to set recurring dates for bookings in resource bookings

Our timetable import is completely broken after the update

Tried to add a student back in through Daily Changes (we thought he left but have just found out he is coming back - so still needs to be on our system from yesterday for accurate attendance data) - can only get as far as selecting a class to add him back in to from yesterday and all the buttons are greyed out....

We have a 100% attendance rate today according to Daymap
There is no EDSAS Attendance Export Data
Students are happy

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[[Tip of the day]]
[[Did you know...???]]

Department for Education

Latest iteration of naming their way out of another party's legacies, this time, by the Libs....

(save your stationery, it'll come back in fashion one day)
That Chromebooks are able to connect to the shared school drives....?

[[Here's how|Attach network shares to ChromeOS]]:

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The syntax is:

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in this case:

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Flexible Learning Centre
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Former 'Google Apps'

Comes in G-Suite for Enterprise
and G-Suite for Educatioin

A collection of apps for productivity on top of a user administration framework, with integration into email, browsers, Youtube and much more. All run as cloud-based applications with no or little computation needed by the devices using it.
To get started with this blank [[TiddlyWiki]], you'll need to modify the following tiddlers:
* [[SiteTitle]] & [[SiteSubtitle]]: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)
* [[MainMenu]]: The menu (usually on the left)
* [[DefaultTiddlers]]: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened
You'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
HTML5 is a markup language used for structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web. It is the fifth and current major version of the HTML standard.
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This tiddler is written for Windows 10.
If your laptop is a ~MacBook, Chromebook, Android phone or tablet or an iPhone then read [[this|chromacandiphone]] instead. If you're using an older version of Windows then you're probably fully capable of translating the instructions to suit your needs.

Here goes...

1. Power up your lappy. 
2. Log on to Windows (or don't if you normally don't)... just get to the bit where there's a desktop with icons and you can start stuff...
3.Click (or tap) on the icon in the Notification Area (lower right-hand side of your screen (unless you've moved it)) that looks like a dot with three concentric quarter circles radiating from the dot in a North-Westerly direction; and choose the network called 'RHSRADIUS'.
4. Tick the box saying: "Connect automatically' and then hit the 'Connect' button.
5. In the dialogue that's displayed, enter RHS\%your network logon name% (where %your network logon name% is probably your firstname and lastname (without the %'s)) for username and the password that you normally use to log on to our school network. So... if your name is Bob Dylan then you write
{{{RHS\bob dylan}}}  (that's a 'backslash' between RHS and your name, it lives just above the Enter button on a standard US layout keyboard)
and whatever your normal school computer password is.
Hit 'OK'.

You should now be connected to the internal school wireless network.

To get access to the stuff that matters (Internet, doh!) you need to install a cryptographic certificate to allow our filtering machine to open all packets of information that go in or out of our network for inspection (that might sound intrusive and you don't have to do it, but if you don't you won't be getting any Internet access)
To install a certificate I suggest you start [[here|Certificate for encrypted access through the school web filter]]
[[Keep removed apps from re-appearing after an update|]]
You will need to have administrative rights on your laptop in order to install the browser.

Download a copy of the SACE Exam Browser:

For [[Windows|]] or for [[Mac|]]

If asked whether to save or execute the file, go for save. Then, once the download is complete, execute the downloaded file to install it.
1. Double-click on the certificate you just downloaded. Your Mac will open the 'Keychain Access' app to install the certificate when you enter the password for your Mac

2. If asked where to place the certificate, choose 'System' keychain, else go to 3.

3. Click on the Keychain icon in the App Bar


4. If the certificate is not in the 'System' keychain then locate the certificate and move (drag and drop) it to the 'System' keychain

5. The certificate is now installed. Just needs to know that you trust it...


6. Double-click the certificate to open it for editing, then expand the 'Trust' option by clicking the tiny triangle next to it


7. Change the option called 'When using this certificate' to 'Always trust' and all the other settings change as well. Close the dialogue and your Mac will ask you for your password again

8. When you're done the certificate should have a blue stamp of approval on it. Close the Keychain app.


These instructions are aimed at installing on Windows. I'll describe the process for Mac and IOS when I get around to it...

1. If you haven't already obtained a certificate I suggest you start [[here|Certificate for encrypted access through the school web filter]], else continue to point 2

If you're on a Mac go [[here|Install a Certificate On a Mac]], else continue with point 2

2. Double click on the downloaded certificate file and click on 'open', 'allow', 'continue' or whatever is needed in order to proceed..

3. When you have convinced Windows that you know what you're doing this window will pop up:


4. Click the 'Install Certificate' button and a new window is shown:


5. Tick the 'Local Machine' option and then the 'Next' button, yet another window is displayed:


6. Choose the 'Place all certificates...' option and click the 'Browse' button, this tiny window is served:


7. You highlight the 'Trusted Root Certification Authorities' option and click 'OK'. You are now returned to the previous window:


8. Click the 'Next' button and expect to see this:


9. Click 'Finish' and you should be greeted with a sign like this:


After which you are returned to the first of the windows:


where you click 'OK'

10. Restart your web browser.

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A sleek, metal-cased, laptop sold by Apple Inc.
The operating system running on Apple computers and laptops
[[future fidgetry]]
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|Toggle Full Screen|F11|
|Switch between tabs|CTRL+TAB|
|Refresh view|F5|
In addition to the old shortcuts ([[Create new Google Docs on-the-fly|Create new Google Docs on-the-fly]]) Google have now launched a few more URLs for instant document creation:

* creates a new Google Docs document
* creates a new Google Spreadsheet
* creates a new survey
* creates a new presentation

there are probably more shortcuts, try and suss them out yourself.

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The addresses of our printers are as follows:

|!Printer name|!Location|!Ip address|
|D20|D20 Computer Room||
|~SeniorStudySpacePrinter|Senior School Study Space in the atrium at east end of D-blok||
|A18|A18 Computer Room||
|~ScienceOffice|ex-Multimedia room in Resource Centre||
|~LibraryCopier|Resource Centre||
|d-Office|Staff Area in D-blok||
|C29 Printer|In C29 computer room||
|HP MFP something|The white multifunction printer at the ILC||
|Flexi|Flexi Space in A-blok||
|FLC Printer|In FLC computer room||
|E20 Printer|The printer in the new art space||
Random Access Memory

Memory accessibe to the [[CPU]] for operations too large to be handled in its registers...
Short for Renmark High School

Radio Tele TYpe

The original email. Text was transferred by any accessible means between machines consisting of a keyboard, a transceiver and a printer.
To provide a little bit of spam protection all mailto email links on this wiki have been injected with some capital letters that need to be removed before clicking 'Send'
You can easily resset your Google/Chromebook password yourself...

* Log on to a school Windows computer.
* Hit Ctrl+Alt+Del simultaneously and choose 'Change Password'.
* Enter your old (current) password
* Enter a new password, with upper AND lower case letters AND a number AND minimum 8 characters in length with NO part of your name in it...
* Enter the new password again to confirm and rule out spelling mistakes
* Click 'OK'

Changing your Windows (school network) password also changes your Chromebook (Google Apps) password so the two are kept in sync...
Straight after pushing the power button, press and hold Command + R keys until the 'loading bar' shows up.
When the window titled 'macOS Utilities' shows up you click on 'Utilities' in the top menu and choose 'Terminal' from the drop down.
In the terminal window you type 'resetpassword' (without the quotes) and hit Enter.
A new window opens where you can choose which users password you want to reset...
See this tiddler: [[Reset Chromebook password]]
[[Browser for Mac|]]
[[Browser for Windows|]]
SA Police
08 8586 6606

The art of delivering outcomes from cloud-based software instead of locally installed software.
Makes for tight licensing integration with hassles for end-users and administrators

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In the terminal window... type:

date [mm][dd][hh][mm][yy]

that's two digits for month, date, hours, minutes and the current year.


{{{date 0405141018}}}

will set the time to 10 minutes past 2pm (2pm is 14 in 24 hour notation) on the 5th of April 2018
You can create shared space in your Google Drive!

It's called Shared Drives and is a space on your Google Drive that is shared only with the people that you decide to share the space with. All documents, drawings, databases etc. that are stored in Shared Drive are automatically shared with all the people you have shared the space with can add new documents and edit those already shared as being editable.

It is a great option if you are doing collaborative work, because the data is available from anywhere, by exactly the right people, around the clock, as opposed to be stored on USB drives or on the school servers where only the owner of the storage folder has access to it and where it often gets stuck ten minutes before hand-in deadlines...

Give it try, I think you might like it.

Go to [[|]] and be sure you are logged into Google with your account.
Click on 'Shared Drives' in the left-hand menu and create a new shared drive, then add the people you want to share it with, follow the bouncing ball and away you go..!
|!Resource|!Share name|!Server|!Drive letter|
|Teacher share|teacher||T:|
|Public share|public||P:|
|Programs share|programs|0794SVRFS1|S:|
|Home drive|students or staff|0794SVRFS1|H:|
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3D modelling made easy.

Once known as Google Sketchup and a bit of a toy, now bought by Trimble Software and turned professional!

Create houses, gadgets, bridges, anything that you can imagine!!

It runs in a browser....

Log in with your school Google account.

It even has an export filter that makes it easy to print your models on our 3D printer...
Typing special characters on a Windows computer is straight-forward. You hold the right Alt-button while you type the [[ASCII]] character reference for the character you want, when you let go of the Alt-button your character is written to whatever application is active. Or you click on 'Start' and type 'charmap' and bring up the Character Map and choose from there.

Macs work a little different. The special characters and diacritics are sort of a second value on the keys that they are most commonly used in conjunction with or the letters that they resemble most.
An example is the nordic letter 'ø', which looks a bit like an 'o' and can be found there by holding either of the 'Option'  buttons while you press 'o'. If you want an uppercase 'Ø' then, quite logically, you combine the sequence with a push on a 'Shift' key, so: 'Shift' + 'Option' + 'o' makes 'Ø'

Another option is to press and hold a character that looks similar to the one you're looking for and your Mac will show you all characters available in conjunction with the one you're holding.

There are numerous sites that discuss this at length. A few favourites of mine are:

[[Macbook Keyboard Guide by Sebastian Kończak|]]
[[How to type accents, emoji, and symbols on your Mac|]]
Storage is the place where a computer filesystem stores user data, system data and applications in order to be able to retrieve data at any time in the future.

Memory is 'owned' by the CPU and used for short-term, volatile storage of data currently being processed. Memory is not directly accessible by users or the file system and is cleared when the computer is powered down.
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background: #3B3B3B;
border: 1px solid #3B3B3B;
color: #ccc;
.viewer pre {
border: 1px solid #3b3b3b;
background: #5F5F5F;

.viewer code {
color: #c3c3c3; background:#5f5f5f;

.viewer hr {
border-top: dashed 1px #222; margin:0 1em;

.editor input {
border: 1px solid #ccc; margin-top:5px;

.editor textarea {
border: 1px solid #ccc;

h1,h2,h3,h4,h5 { color: 		#9c9c9c; background: transparent; padding-bottom:2px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; }
h1 {font-size:18px;}
h2 {font-size:16px;}
h3 {font-size: 14px;}
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!Inline Formatting /% DEBUG: buggy (-> monospaced) %/
|bold font|{{{''bold''}}}|''bold''|
|italic type|{{{//italic//}}}|//italic//|
|underlined text|{{{__underlined__}}}|__underlined__|
|strikethrough text|{{{--strikethrough--}}}|--strikethrough--|
|superscript text|{{{^^super^^script}}}|^^super^^script|
|subscript text|{{{~~sub~~script}}}|~~sub~~script|
|highlighted text|{{{@@highlighted@@}}}|@@highlighted@@|
|preformatted text|{{{{{{preformatted}}}}}}|{{{preformatted}}}|
!Block Elements
!Heading 1
!!Heading 2
!!!Heading 3
!!!!Heading 4
!!!!!Heading 5
!Heading 1
!!Heading 2
!!!Heading 3
!!!!Heading 4
!!!!!Heading 5
* unordered list, level 1
** unordered list, level 2
*** unordered list, level 3

# ordered list, level 1
## ordered list, level 2
### ordered list, level 3

; definition list, term
: definition list, description
* unordered list, level 1
** unordered list, level 2
*** unordered list, level 3

# ordered list, level 1
## ordered list, level 2
### ordered list, level 3

; definition list, term
: definition list, description
!!Blockquotes /% DEBUG: hack %/
> blockquote, level 1
>> blockquote, level 2
>>> blockquote, level 3

> blockquote, level 1
>> blockquote, level 2
>>> blockquote, level 3

> blockquote
!!Preformatted Text /% DEBUG: hack %/
 preformatted (e.g. code)
preformatted (e.g. code)
|!heading column 1|!heading column 2|
|row 1, column 1|row 1, column 2|
|row 2, column 1|row 2, column 2|
|~| … |
|CssProperty:value;…| … |
* The {{{>}}} marker creates a "colspan", causing the current cell to merge with the one to the right.
* The {{{~}}} marker creates a "rowspan", causing the current cell to merge with the one above.
|!heading column 1|!heading column 2|
|row 1, column 1|row 1, column 2|
|row 2, column 1|row 2, column 2|
|~| … |
|CssProperty:value;…| … |
!!Images /% DEBUG: to do %/
[[Embedded images]]
* [[WikiWords|WikiWord]] are automatically transformed to hyperlinks to the respective tiddler
** the automatic transformation can be suppressed by preceding the respective WikiWord with a tilde ({{{~}}}): {{{~WikiWord}}}
* [[PrettyLinks]] are enclosed in square brackets and contain the desired tiddler name: {{{[[tiddler name]]}}}
** optionally, a custom title or description can be added, separated by a pipe character ({{{|}}}): {{{[[title|target]]}}}<br>'''N.B.:''' In this case, the target can also be any website (i.e. URL).
!Custom Styling
* {{{@@CssProperty:value;CssProperty:value;…@@}}}<br>''N.B.:'' CSS color definitions should use lowercase letters to prevent the inadvertent creation of WikiWords.
* {{{{{customCssClass{…}}}}}} /% DEBUG: buggy %/
* raw HTML can be inserted by enclosing the respective code in HTML tags: {{{<html> … </html>}}}
!Special Markers
* {{{<br>}}} forces a manual line break
* {{{----}}} creates a horizontal ruler
* [[HTML entities|]]
* {{{<<macroName>>}}} calls the respective [[macro|Macros]]
* To hide text within a tiddler so that it is not displayed, it can be wrapped in {{{/%}}} and {{{%/}}}.<br/>This can be a useful trick for hiding drafts or annotating complex markup.
* To prevent wiki markup from taking effect for a particular section, that section can be enclosed in three double quotes: e.g. {{{"""WikiWord"""}}}.
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Acronym. Uniform Resource Locator... a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network, often in the shape of a hyperlink or web-address.
Plural of [[URL]]

Wireless Access Point

A physical entry point to a network via radio transmission.
Work In Progress

Don't take [[WIP]] tiddlers/ideas for gospel. They are, by nature, volatile, sensitive to political decisions, may be deprecated/ridiculed/overridden at any time... they may also prove to be the harbingers of great new stuff and functionality, so don't write them off yet....
Look it up:

NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID an error reported by Google Chrome Browser when accessing certain sites

Affects Chrome Browsers since version 58

Caused by a change in how Chrome Browser handles common names for parts of websites that aren’t covered by own certificate.

The fix is to override this behaviour by changing a key in your computers Registry.
Easiest way to do that is to download this [[registry hack|]] and executing it by double-clicking on the downloaded file. Then restart your browser.

On a Mac you can fix it by [[opening the Terminal]] and pasting this line to it:

{{{defaults write EnableCommonNameFallbackForLocalAnchors -bool true}}}

then hit the return button and restart the Chrome Browser

All IT request and problems are to be logged with the edIT Helpdesk...

[[Report a problem online|]] 

or by [[phone or email|DECD IT Helpline]]
On a Mac...  Open 'Finder' (usually the first icon on the dock) and type terminal in the search box at the top of the Finder window.

The Terminal icon looks like this: