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Deleting or Uninstalling Themes Installed In WordPress.org: If you are a wordpress.org user, then this article is for you!

You were experimenting which theme among a million free themes is best for your website huh?

Now that you’ve finally chosen one, you want to uninstall those themes that you really don’t need?

Constant updates are irritating right? I know how it feels like.

So, I know this is quite easy, but for newbies who are currently lost around wordpress.org; this is for you.

1ST STEP: Login to your wp-admin. If you’re already logged in, we’re on the same page, proceed to step two.

2ND STEPScroll down a little bit until you see “Appearance” —> click and choose themes.

3RD STEPYou are seeing your installed themes, must be a lot huh? —> now hover your mouse to that theme that you wish to delete or uninstall first —> click theme details as it appears.

4TH STEPScroll down until you see “delete” in red link —> click on that.

5TH STEPA pop-up box will appear asking your confirmation to delete that theme –> simply click OK.

And you’re done!

You may now repeat the process to delete the other themes you wish to uninstall or delete.

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VLC Milliseconds: How to to show Milliseconds in VLC?

Showing milliseconds time in VLC is quite important for people who wants to use notepad for video captioning.

Note: It is important to know that this step will only work for VLC-2.0.x ; Other than that won’t work.

Here’s how to set up Milliseconds time in VLC:

 

1ST STEP:  Download and install “VLC-2.0.x” if you are currently using the latest version of VLC like vlc-2.2.x, etc.

(clicking that link —–> here (vlc-2.0.5) will automatically download vlc-2.0.5; so if you’re not yet ready, or if you have another source where you can download vlc-2.0.5; then please don’t click on that link.)

2ND STEP: Download “vlc extension time” —-> here <—- (that link is safe to click).

—> choose VLC extensions —> located in the upper right corner of the VLC-Addons page (see image below)

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—> (note: all is the default, you wont see Time V2.1 in there) only when you click VLC extensions that Time V2.1 extension will appear.

—>scroll down until you find “Time V2.1” —> It looks like the image below (disregard the # of comments, for sure that # will change in the future)

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—> click “Time v2.1” and then you will see further instructions on how to install time v2.1.

—> you may also follow steps here:

choose files, then click time.zip (to download) (see image below)

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3RD STEP: Open both time.zip (extract) and vlc folder —> (vlc folder should be in the same location where you saved your vlc files upon installation)

Once done:

—> open “Timev2.1 (intf)” folder from time.zip folder.

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—> look for “time_ext.lua” & “looper_intf.lua” files (we will transfer that to VLC folder “lua” to sub-folder “extensions” & “intf” respectively)

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Note: If there is no existing “extensions” sub-folder under “lua” folder, create one & make sure to name it “extensions” (with ‘s’ )

—> once you’re done transferring “time_ext.lua” and “looper_intf.lua” files to VLC lua—sub-folder “extensions” and “intf” respectively, proceed to step 4.

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4TH STEP: transfer “time.lua” file, from time.zip folder “Time v1.0 for VLC-2.0.x” to VLC folder “lua” sub-folder “intf.” 

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—> after you have successfully transferred those three necessary files from time.zip ( tifolder me_ext.lua” & “looper_intf.lua” & “time.lua” ) to VLC sub-folders (“extensions” & “intf.”) respectively, proceed to step 5.

5TH STEP: Close your VLC player (if open) and then re-open for the changes to take effect; otherwise, simply open your VLC player.

Once open:

—> click viewand then you should see there “time V2.1 (intf)” —> click on it.

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—> another window will pop up —> click save —> go back to view —> choose [E] in the drop down menu —>  then close VLC player and re-open again.

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LAST STEP: (TEST IT) 

—> go to media –> open file –> add your video file in your VLC player.

You should see the milliseconds time at the bottom or upper or center (depending on which position you choose; in my example, I choose “bottom”) in your VLC player screen. (see sample below)

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(credit: Christie Marie for the sample video; p.s I love her teachings; visit “loveorabove.com”  )

It worked for me! It must work for you too!

Comment below if it does or it doesn’t.