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I would guess that Notepad++ might take a while if you have syntax coloring enabled, and if it is a C or Java file, looking for sub-routines, functions, etc. Not familiar with Pluma. If it is a programming code file, you could copy it to have a .txt extension, and open that version, and see if it opens faster.


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I cannot attach images to comments so decided to post this as a possible answer. Subpixel arrangement Subpixel rendering is a technique which utilizes a quirk found in most monitors' physical hardware to have clearer-than-normally-possible text. However, if its settings do not match your monitor, the text will look especially ugly while everything else ...


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I don't know of a way to sort based on surname, but I can help you format your data in such a way to obtain sorting by last name:- Assuming your column has two words separated by a space, insert a column next to (to the right of) your current name column. (If you have more than two, say n space-separated words, insert n-1 columns) Select the column with ...


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The text substitutions are stored in ~/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist as an array under the NSUserDictionaryReplacementItems key. See How can I export text substitutions from Lion for import into Mountain Lion and How to export and import text substitutions in OS X for some ideas on editing the file, though you could also edit it directly ...


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You could do something like this on the command line: for /f "tokens=*" %f in ('dir /a-d /b /s "C:\PATH\TO\FOLDER"') do notepad /p %f That will loop through all files in C:\PATH\TO\FOLDER and execute notepad /p, which prints the file to the default printer.


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grep -vf wordlist file_to_be_filtered


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I was having the same issue, and can confirm it had nothing to do with ClearType which I've played around with, tried disabling it altogether etc. The solution: After changing the orientation to Portrait and rotating the monitor, and I discovered it by accident, all I did was turn off my monitor and turned it back on again. It then performed some kind of "...



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