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bio website OpenSTV.org
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Working on a project called OpenSTV in my spare time that implements different voting systems, such as the single transferable vote, instant runoff voting, Condorcet, and many others. I recently started a web service for ranked-choice voting called Opal that uses Google App Engine.

I am also an attorney, who specializes in intellectual property law. Note that I am NOT your attorney, and my answers and comments on any StackExchange site do not create an attorney-client relationship between us. I do my best to provide informative answers about the law, but I do not spend a lot of time on them, and therefore you should not rely on them for anything important, and instead you should consult your own attorney for legal advice.


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comment Opening .msg file in Outlook for Mac 2011
Thanks! Crazy that MS doesn't support its own file formats.
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comment Opening .msg file in Outlook for Mac 2011
@Chillie, A file that ends in msg. See the link I added to the question.
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comment Print to pdf with Adobe Reader
I've been able to get to the normal OS X print options from Adobe, but after you select print to PDF, Adobe swoops in again and won't let you do it. Arrggh. The virtual printer tip should work but I was hoping for an easier solution.
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comment Print to pdf with Adobe Reader
I have the option to save as PDF (editable) and txt.
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comment Print to pdf with Adobe Reader
Thanks for the suggestion, but that won't work. Adobe highlights the form fields in red so it will look different. Also, I think the resolution would be too low.
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comment Print to pdf with Adobe Reader
@bmike: The latest of both. OS X 10.6.7 and Reader 10.0.1.