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I just reset Firefox and removed all settings in about:config and extensions, it seems to be back to normal now.
ln -hfs newlocation existinglink or ln -nfs newlocation existinglink will change the existing link to point to newlocation (the -n and -h are identical in operation) From 'man ln' -h If the target_file or target_dir is a symbolic link, do not follow it. This is most useful with the -f option, to replace a symlink which may point to a ...
Normally (because the default shell on OSX is bash), tilde (~) is expanded to your home directory. That is documented in the Bash Reference Manual: Tilde Expansion. However, your directory listing shows that you have created an entry "~" in your desktop, either by bypassing the default behavior (quoting, as mentioned in How to manually expand a special ...
Good advice here which helped with my scenario. I created a batch file to remove the short-cuts fixme.bat contains the following 3 lines: del "C:\Users\Public\Desktop\gVim 7.4.lnk" del "C:\Users\Public\Desktop\Cygwin64 Terminal.lnk" pause Right-mouse click on the batch file to pop-up the menu. Select "Run Elevated Privileges", enter your password. ...
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