XBOX Child Account: Parent Approval Required - endless loop...
Microsoft seems to be determined to move everyone to the Cloud kicking and screaming. Windows 8 and Windows 10 have been making more and more difficult to use local user accounts. There is still an option to do this, but MS works pretty hard to hide this as well as they can. More recently, everyone wishing to use Microsoft Family Safety in Windows 10 is forced to create Microsoft accounts for themselves and all other family members, including children. I'm not a big fan off these changes, but the most annoying thing is that all this online nonsense often simply doesn't work as expected and just gets in a way.
This morning my daughter came to me complaining that some reason she can no longer play Minecraft. This was the new Minecraft for Windows 10 that requires to be signed into Microsoft / XBOX account to play. I had a quick look and she wasn't making this up. Minecraft would load fine, but after 5-10 seconds it would log her out and display following message:
Time for the legal stuff
Minecraft for Windows 10 - world save location
Minecraft for Windows 10 saves Words in following location:
AppData folder by default is hidden.
Cannot delete multiple images in Capture One
When you select multiple images in Capture One browser and click Delete you would expect all of the images to be deleted. This was not happening to me, only one image would get deleted. The same would happen if I was trying to apply star ratings or colour tags - only one image would get tagged even if bunch of them were selected.
Setup Minecraft server to start automatically
These instructions will allow setting up Minecraft server to launch automatically when computer starts. I used Windows 8.1 Pro machine, but setting this up on different Windows versions would be very similar.