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I'm not allowed to comment but I'll add this as "answer" material... In addition to the dark feature given by Patterson, I also found this 'site wide dark feature' string: com.atlassian.jira.projects.ProjectCentricNavigation.Switch Sadly, I have no way of knowing what it would be to disable that one.
Yes you can, but the location of the .log file containing the information in question depends on the application. Most log files are in /var/log (you need to be su to access the directory). Some applications allow you to re-define the location of the log file, which in this case is typically to be found in /etc/applicationname. If you cannot find ...
Linux: No, AFAIK apps not started from a terminal will not necessarily have their STDOUT and STDERR directed anywhere useful. Not all apps write debugging/logging to STDOUT or STDERR. You should read the documentation or man pages for each application to see what logging options are available for each app. Many applications log to the syslog service. the ...
Here's an explanation of increasing the border size: http://sevkeifert.blogspot.com/2014/12/increase-window-border-size-in-xubuntu.html Summary: XFCE theme files use a XPM3 file format. To change the Greybird Window borders, find the theme XFCE files under: cd /usr/share/themes/Greybird/xfwm4/ Then, back up the files and try tweaking. Increase the ...
I like it too. Enough so to have documented it in an in-house Jira user guide before realizing that it was not visible to my target users... Argh. To enable this feature for all users/projects on your instance: <INSTANCE_URL>/secure/admin/SiteDarkFeatures!default.jspa where is the first part of the URL that you use to access your JIRA instance. ...
This looks like Unity 8 Desktop, which shall be standard with the release of Ubuntu 16.04. You can already try it out, see here: http://mhall119.com/2014/10/unity-8-desktop/
Since .Controls is a collection you can call $form.Controls.Remove($pictureBox3) as you say. But then you need to $form.Refresh(). I've found this to be a little flakey if the script is still processing, and may not actually refresh for a second or so.
This utility, supplied by Asus, tells you the hidden IP address. The link is from the RT-AC66U, but it might work for the 68 as well. http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/LiveUpdate/Release/Wireless/Discovery.zip
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