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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2005 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

animate wrote:
If anyone reading this has this one, let me know how you like it.
Wonder can I turn the Caller ID off to where I can see who calls but don't have to listen to it?
Well, I guess eventually I will learn all this stuff by trial and error.
Fletcher wrote:
Donna,
All you need to do is plug the new panasonic phone's power cord into a power source and plug its telephone cable into port #1 on the back of your Vonage adapter. You don't need to change anything else in the setup. So you should be up and making/receiving calls on your Vonage in under three minutes.

This phone is a good one, I used to sell it and use it in the store. It does have a lot of features, but I'm sure if you read the fine print in the instruction manual (I know that can be difficult) there should be instructions on how to turn off the features you don't want.

Per your questions about SIM cards and text messaging: These really only apply to cell phones. So you don't need to worry about them, unless you are planning on getting one (their buttons are, as a rule, even smaller!)

Good luck.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2005 3:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I am downloading it now. ARe you saying I can see stuff on all web sites? Gosh, too bad IE and Netscape are not like that.
Thanks a heap for your info.
Does it have a designer with it or is it just a browser?
I used to write my own html and now I could not do that if a gun was pointed at me. I got lazy with all the new programs and it has changed so much since I first learned that I would be lost without a designer that helps out with html.
The only two I have ever tried have been Netscape and IE
Thanx a heap,
Donna


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At the risk of derailing things a little...

Donna said:

"Thanks to all of you. I appreciate the large writing. It makes it easy for me to read. Yes, I am practically blind. But I can do just about anything on a computer and on the web as long as Cascading style sheets are not used. You can't enlarge fonts when those are used."


Donna, you might want to consider using a different browser, as not all browsers have this limitation in handling CSS. I can't speak to the likes of Opera, but Firefox will enlarge all fonts on a page if you tell it to, regardless of style sheets. It takes the view that they're fine, but they're really only there to specify relative font sizes rather than be absolute.

If you're comfortable with installing new software (it definitely sounds like you're up to it), you might want to give it a look:

http://www.mozilla.org/

Sorry about the size of the link - the url and size tags don't play nice together. Smile

I also think Opera does scaling more intelligently than IE, but it's been a while since I used that so my memory might be wrong. Smile


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2005 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Hi,
Thanks for your info. Mine had too much static but I am beginning to believe it is something besides phones.
I have so muc stuff set up. I have got three computers, 7 printers, 2 scanners, and all kinds of electric presses due to I also do some dye sub work. So...it might be something else. My cords area disaster and I can't seem to get them straight no matter what I do. I have took them apart and redone them at least 10 or 15 times but they still get tangled.
I had the pansonic in a separate surge protector with nothing in it but the phone. It was sitting far off in the corner of the room away from all other stuff but the phone cord was extra long and was run around the room in circles to reach the adapter.
I am going to keep trying to find one that will work and tyring different setups until about the end of April and if I am not content with with anything by then, I guess I will cancel and wait until further down the line.
I can't get my fax to work either. Any suggestions? I can send one out in about three tries but cannot get a whole fax. I just get about the top two inches of the first page. My fax is in my computer.
If that off topic. I guess it is. I am sorry.
Later,
Donna

otaku wrote:
animate wrote:
If anyone reading this has this one, let me know how you like it.
Wonder can I turn the Caller ID off to where I can see who calls but don't have to listen to it?
Well, I guess eventually I will learn all this stuff by trial and error.
Fletcher wrote:
Donna,
All you need to do is plug the new panasonic phone's power cord into a power source and plug its telephone cable into port #1 on the back of your Vonage adapter. You don't need to change anything else in the setup. So you should be up and making/receiving calls on your Vonage in under three minutes.

This phone is a good one, I used to sell it and use it in the store. It does have a lot of features, but I'm sure if you read the fine print in the instruction manual (I know that can be difficult) there should be instructions on how to turn off the features you don't want.

Per your questions about SIM cards and text messaging: These really only apply to cell phones. So you don't need to worry about them, unless you are planning on getting one (their buttons are, as a rule, even smaller!)

Good luck.

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