first_imgFRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and its broadcast partners have revealed game selections and start times for football games to be played on Saturday, Oct. 13. While choices for the first four weeks of the regular season were completed during the summer, most picks are made 12 days prior to kickoff in the remaining weeks.The Southland Game of the Week on ESPN3 will feature Nicholls at Abilene Christian. The Colonels are ranked in both major national polls, having registered wins over FBS foe Kansas and fellow FCS Top 25 squad Sam Houston State. Nicholls topped ACU 29-20 in their only previous meeting last October.Eleven Sports will offer national television coverage of Central Arkansas at Stephen F. Austin. Cox Sports Television will simulcast the production to its regional audience, while the Southland Digital Network will stream the game.Cox Sports Television is set to provide regional coverage of Sam Houston State at Northwestern State. ESPN3 will simulcast the production outside CST’s territory.The Southland Conference Digital Network will feature Southeastern Louisiana’s homecoming game vs. Houston Baptist, produced by the award-winning Southeastern Channel. It can be viewed on Southland.org/live and Southland Conference apps, available for iPhone, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku.Incarnate Word at Lamar will air locally in Beaumont-Port Arthur on MYTX, available via OTA 12.5, Spectrum 1230 and DirecTV 43. The game will stream nationwide via ESPN+.Broadcast selections for Oct. 6 were announced last Monday.Saturday, Oct. 13Central Arkansas at Stephen F. Austin, 2 p.m. CT, Eleven SportsNicholls at Abilene Christian, 2:30 p.m. CT, ESPN3Incarnate Word at Lamar, 3 p.m. CT, MYTX Beaumont-Port Arthur/ESPN+Houston Baptist at Southeastern Louisiana, 4 p.m. CT, Southland Digital NetworkSam Houston State at Northwestern State, 6 p.m. CT, Cox Sports TV/ESPN3last_img read more

first_imgHow to preview Prints in Firefox by Martin Brinkmann on July 23, 2019 in Firefox – 9 commentsFirefox does not display a print preview when you print a webpage in the browser and use the Ctrl-P shortcut to start the process.No print preview is displayed when you use Ctrl-P to print the active page and the print dialog that opens has no option to display a preview or enable previews for print jobs in Firefox.Firefox does support previews of prints but it may not be clear to users who use Ctrl-P exclusively to print content. You find the option in the menu bar  but since Mozilla made the decision to hide it by default, it is not something that most Firefox users use or are even aware of.You need to press the Alt-key on the keyboard to display the menu. Select File > Print Preview to display a preview of the printed page to check it out before you print it.Print Preview unlocks certain options that you don’t get when you select Print. You may change the scaling, enable “simplify page” if available, and check out how each printed page would look like; the latter enables you to exclude certain pages from the printout if they are not needed.There does not seem to be an option to map the Ctrl-P shortcut to Print Preview; all extensions that supported the changing of keyboard shortcuts, e.g. Customizable Shortcuts or Menu Wizard are not available anymore. Keyboard shortcut extensions are still available, but they are fairly limited in comparison to classic extensions.InconsistencySelecting Print from the main Firefox menu opens the Print Preview immediately. Firefox supports a print toolbar icon that users may add to the toolbar; it may come as a surprise that activating the print button launches the print preview while using the keyboard shortcut does not.Here is how you add the print button to the Firefox toolbar:Click on the Menu button and select Customize.Locate the Print button on the page that opens and drag & drop it on the toolbar of the browser.That’s all there is to it. A click on the print button opens print preview in Firefox.To sum it up: if you want to preview prints you either need to use Print from the main Firefox menu, use the Print button, or use Print Preview from the Firefox menu.To sum it up:Ctrl-P — Print dialog without preview.Menu > Print — Print dialog without preview.Menu > Print Preview — Print PreviewMain Menu > Print — Print PreviewPrint button — Print PreviewThe Firefox add-on Print Preview adds more options. You may use it to enable keyboard shortcuts or a context menu entry to display the print preview.The majority of web browsers displays a print preview when users use the Ctrl-P shortcut to indicate an intent to print the page.Now You: Do you print webpages?SummaryArticle NameHow to preview Prints in FirefoxDescriptionFind out how to display print previews in the Firefox web browser when you want to print webpages in the browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more