KEYMACRO is a simple but powerful utility that will enable you to create a macro of any key on your keyboard.
1. Click on the Download button.
2. Double-click the “keys.exe” file.
3. Press the “Run” button.
1. Press the “New” button.
2. Choose the name for your macro.
3. Choose the key for which you want to create a macro.
4. Choose the action to perform (KeyDown, KeyPress, KeyUp, etc.)
5. Choose the conditions to apply to the macro (Press, Wait, Keyboard, etc.).
6. Press the “Done” button to complete the macro.
7. Press the “Save” button to save it.
8. Press the “Recover” button to retrieve the macro.
9. Press the “Close” button to close the application.
10. Enjoy your macro!
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Key Macro for quick action keys.
■ 24-Bit high-quality pictures
■ Quick Action Keys
■ Sounds
■ “Instant Mode” (no delay for “do not interrupt” mode)
■ “Copy photo” option
■ “Automatically place a photo on the desktop” option
■ “Show previews” option
■ “Stop after 30 minutes” option
■ A very simple and powerful screensaver.
It includes predefined macro for each user defined function.
Screen saver.
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Question regarding categorical statements about finite dimensional vector spaces and $\mathbb{R}$-vector spaces.

In the infinite dimensional vector space $V$ is $\dim V = \infty$, then the set $W = \mathbb{R} \times V$ has the same cardinality as $V$?
My intuition is yes, but I am not sure.


If $V$ is an infinite dimensional vector space, then $\mathbb{R}\times V$ is an infinite dimensional vector space, hence has the same cardinality as $V$.


PHP GD image masking functionality

I’m writing a PHP script to resize and crop a photo, however, I’d also like to mask out the parts of the photo that I do not want to show (there are white circles in the image below and I want to crop around them). I’m not sure if this is possible with the GD library or if I’ll have to use something like the ImageMagick library.

Here’s the code that I’m using to resize and crop the photo:
$image_p = imagecreatefromjpeg(“wp-admin/images/login.jpg”);
$resize = 900;
$crop = 500;

$image_p_w = imagesx($image_p);
$image_p_h = imagesy($image_p);

// Resize
$width = $image_p_w / $resize;
$height = $image_p_h / $resize;

// Crop
$w = $image_p