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Reply to: Thanks for the feedback stokeygirl. Self drive, Botswana and Zimbabwe But that doesn't mean that the public areas are 'crowded' or there are multiple vehicles at sightings. This begins to slow down Safari, eventually to a point where the program becomes unusable.
The advantage here is that, from TextEdit, you can edit the content.
Editing can be useful if you want to save most of the content of a page, but strip out items such as links and advertisements. This is an alternative to saving a page as a Safari web archive.
I do this to have copies of documents, such as airline boarding passes, available from my iPhone.
From the column that appears on the left, click Add Page to add the current page to the list. Alternatively, you can select Add to Reading List from the Sharing menu again, as accessed from the Toolbar icon. You can now select any of the Reading List pages to view them — even if you are not connected to the Internet. To do so, tap the Sharing icon at the top left of the screen and select Add to Reading List.
If you use iCloud, Reading List items can sync across all devices that are logged into your iCloud account. After reading the article, I usually delete it.
Sometimes you only want to save a snippet of text from an article, such as a quote. Select the text you want to save and hit Copy. You know the rest.
Otherwise, you can click-drag the selected text to your Desktop to save it as a clipping file. The idea here is the same as for text. Some sites such as flckr. Or you can Control-click on the image and select Copy Image from the menu that appears; you can then paste the image into a document of whatever app you want.
To save graphics from Safari on an iOS device, tap and hold your finger on the image; from the menu that appears select Save Image. Press Command-Shift Using the crosshair cursor, drag an outline around the image you want to save. Geography is my favourite subject, but I realise I know nothing about this area that I haven't read in the No 1 Ladies Detective series! Not a good basis for safari planning! Thanks for the feedback stargaize.
Perhaps we were very lucky with vehicle numbers at Khwai, otherwise I think our experience is similar. As I said, its more nuanced than, certain countries, certain areas, it is very dependant on a lodge, how it operates traversing, vehicles, schedules as much as where you are except Chobe riverfront!
Is this your only experience? If so, then I don't think you can dismiss other people's experiences as "spouting rubbish". I have probably spent over a month in total in the Savuti part of Chobe , and have certainly experienced uncomfortable numbers of vehicles at sightings. Mainly leopards. One particularly unpleasant one springs to mind where vehicles were practically jostling to follow the leopard which was on the move. In the central Xakanaka area of Moremi, I've spend about 2 weeks there in total and likewise have experienced vehicles at cat sightings I can think of specific incidences where it was lion, leopard and cheetah.
One cheetah was by the 3rd Bridge headquarters at an intersection of roads and had rows of vehicles parked along both intersecting roads. Another pair of male lions were being followed by a dozen vehicles although later that day we stumbled across them and enjoyed a lovely sighting all to ourselves.
Khwai I have less experience of, perhaps only a week in total and have been relatively lucky there but have read plenty of reviews where people comment negatively about crowded sightings.
Also, my first visit was 10 years ago now and I think Khwai is one area where the traffic has increased a lot in recent years with more camps opening. On my more recent visit in , I did experience one or two leopard sightings that drew quite a crowd, probably vehicles.
There was one well known female who was known to have a cub, so everyone was following in the hope of seeing the cub. Chobe Riverfront I've not spent much time in but enough to think it's the worst location for crowds probably why I haven't been back.
The main problem is lodges that radio their other vehicles. Once one of those turns up at a sighting you are pretty much guaranteed to have all that camp's vehicles not far behind.
One of them tells someone from another lodge, and that's another 4 vehicles In that regard, if you are self driving you can probably more likely avoid crowds if you can find your own sightings and avoid the "snowball effect" of lodge vehicles.
To a certain extent the same is true of mobiles unless the same mobile company has several vehicles operating in an area at once, which is fairly unlikely. But if you are private you can always request your guide not to use the radio. Kwhai River Lodge vehicles use exactly the area I described where the 25 vehicles jostled at the lion pride sighting and their vehicles drive in and around through Kwhai.
I saw them quite often. They do not have exclusive, sole traversing rights as its a community owned concession.
Personally, there are better choices in my view. Thanks for the feedback stokeygirl. I appreciate you giving the time and your experience.
Log in to get trip updates and message other travellers. Profile Join. Travel feed: Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox. Narrowing our safari itinerary. Now the scripts runs fine so I want to share it. Here is a simple solution using QT. I found this as part of an answer to a different question on StackOverFlow.
I tested it on Windows.
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Mark K Mark K 2, 6 24 You also can use pdfkit: Usage import pdfkit pdfkit. Vadorequest 5, 10 63 NorthCat NorthCat 6, 15 33 This is awesome, way easier than messing around with reportlab or using a print drive to convert. Thanks so much. NorthCat can u give another example about converting html tables with pdfkit? The render is very good and can convert form very well.
It seems like windows does not support pdfkit. Is that true? Even download the embeded images, don't bother use that! HTML 'http: