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I think you may have misunderstood the "wider viewing angle" benefit of IPS. The benefit of IPS is more around better color accuracy (i.e. less color shift) at wider viewing angles, rather than maintaining uniform brightness. Two very different things. Quoting from Wikipedia: IPS panels display consistent, accurate color from all viewing angles EDIT ...


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Unfortunately you're misinterpreting the post you linked to. You would create a .vim directory in your home directory, which is what the ~ (tilde) means. Then within that directory you should create a colors directory, and put your colorscheme files there. At that point, a :colorscheme command should find the file automatically.


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In the Document, Press Ctrl-H Click inside the 'find what' text box Click 'more' Click 'format' at the bottom Select Font Select the Characteristics of the text that you want to change and click 'ok' Click inside the 'replace with' text box and repeat steps 3-5 Select the Characteristics of the text that you want the text to change to and click 'ok' Now ...


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The blue font indicates Calc is interpreting the text as a hyperlink, in this case an email address. You will need to either copy the address as text rather than a hyperlink, or remove the link after pasting the address. I think with Calc if you right click on the link you will have an option to "remove hyperlink" ... it might be elsewhere in the ...


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I would look online for ICC color profiles for your monitor. They can adjust the colors to be more accurate. More on color profiles in windows: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/change-color-management-settings


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It appears that if you select text in the Terminal, then copy it, then paste it into an application that supports rich text (e.g. Mail, TextEdit, Word), then the text color will be preserved. It appears that in Mail and TextEdit, the background color of the terminal is also pasted; in Word, it is not. I'm not sure how to explain this discrepancy.


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It seems to depend on the game. I tested it with a Source engine game (Team Fortress 2 on Win 8.1) and it works with f.lux only in windowed mode, not fullscreen. Borderless windowed should also be a safe bet.


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In Preferences → Advanced → General → Config Editor..., input calendar.registry.*.color to the search text box and you'll find the settings you want to edit. To tell which one is for which calendar, search for calendar.registry.*.name.


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Others have talked about the differences in the panel (WLED versus GB-r backlight). But there is also a difference in the electronics - where the P2415Q is superior. The older monitor must be driven as two logical displays over MST to run at full refresh. It appears to the video card as two 1920x2160 screens and it is up to the video driver to tile them ...


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open your ~/.irssi/config file in your favourite text editor, and search for the key statusbar -> items -> more. It should read more = "-- more --"; modify it to read more = "%_%R%F-- MORE --"; you can also change the displayed text. For more colours/attributes, check the Formats page save the file, and in irssi run /reload to load it. (Not all terminal ...


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Sure - you can (or could, back in the day) get non-black toner as a specialty item for some monochrome printers. It was easier to find before color laserprinters existed, though. And the existance of color copiers and printers means there's little value for the purpose you describe, where the notary seal is far more compelling.



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