Soviet Screen (Russian: , romanized: Sovetsky Ekran) was an illustrated magazine published in the USSR with varying frequency from 1925 to 1998 (with a break from 1941-1957) The magazine covered domestic and foreign news silver screen, the history of cinema, published critical articles, published creative portraits of actors and film art figures. Annually, there are also readers polls, the results of which were called Best Film of the Year, Best Actor of the Year, Best Actress of the Year, Best Film for Children of the Year and Best Music Film of the Year. In January-March 1925 the magazine was published under the title Screen Film Gazeta, in 1929-1930 - Cinema and Life, in 1931-1939 - Proletarian Cinema, in 1991-1997 - Screen. Prior to 1992, the journal was the organ of the Union of Cinematographers of the USSR State Committee for Cinematography and the USSR. The journal published articles on domestic and foreign movie screen updates, articles on cinema history, criticism, creative portraits of actors and cinematography workers. In 1984, the print run was 1900 copies. In 1991, the then editor was the film critic Victor Dyomin the magazine was renamed to Screen. Soon the magazine began to appear less frequently - monthly. Under the title Screen Magazine lasted until 1997. In 1997-1998, the magazine for several months (even when another chief editor Boris Pinsky) again came out under his old name - Soviet Screen. Unable to withstand the default of 1998, the magazine ceased to exist. In the 21st century, in an attempt to revive the magazine, Boris Pinsky, who worked in the magazine Soviet Screen in 1981, restarted the title Screen and released several of its pilot numbers, but was unable to re-establish regular production.
Large-screen television technology
Large-screen television technology developed rapidly in the late 1990s and 2000s. Various thin screen technologies are being developed, but only the liquid crystal display (LCD), plasma display (PDP) and Digital Light Processing (DLP) have been released on the public market. A video display that uses large-screen television technology is called a jumbotron. These technologies have almost completely displaced cathode ray tubes (CRT) in television sales, due to the necessary bulkiness of cathode ray tubes. However, recently released technologies like organic light-emitting diode (OLED) and not-yet released technologies like surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) or field emission display (FED) are making their way to replace the first flat screen technologies in picture quality. The diagonal screen size of a CRT television is limited to about 40 inches because of the size requirements of the cathode ray tube, which fires three beams of electrons onto the screen, creating a viewable image. A larger screen size requires a longer tube, making a CRT television with a large screen (50 to 80 inches) unrealistic because of size. The aforementioned technologies can produce large-screen televisions that are much thinner
Full-screen writing program
In computing, a full-screen writing program or distraction-free editor is a text editor that occupies the full display with the purpose of isolating the writer from the operating system (OS) and other applications. In this way one should be able to focus on the writing alone, with no distractions from the OS and a cluttered interface. Often distraction-free editors feature a dark background and a text field, with lighter colored text. However, most distraction-free editors include customisable user interfaces. Some editors support rich text editing
with a touch screen can you get the copy option by touching the screen [closed]
I've used a touch screen a few times at work and to bring up the menu you are looking for, try tapping the screen once, then again and hold. So it's a tap, release, then tap again and hold
My laptop is not booting. It is showing a black screen. The led buttons on the screen works but no display.?
When you press whatever button you press, are you sure the laptop is coming on, i.e. are there lights or any other indications it's on? And was the laptop plugged in when you left it in hibernate mode or just running on battery? If it was not plugged in, the battery might have run out. Even if it was plugged in, it could still be the battery--maybe your power supply has stopped working and with it not working the battery ran down. I would try to get my hands on another power supply and see if that helps anything. If you are sure the laptop is coming on when you try to turn it on but the screen just stays black.have you tried just holding down the power button until the computer completely turns off, then trying to power up again?