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Aug
8
comment How can I avoid SSH's host verification for known hosts?
Pity I can only upvote you once. Setting KnownHosts to /dev/null is genius.
Aug
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
21
awarded  Popular Question
May
16
comment How to get Thunderbird to archive messages automatically
Fair point re original question.
May
15
comment How to get Thunderbird to archive messages automatically
:) The way I use this is by duplicating all mails into a big bucket of stuff (with a 30 day ttl), plus a permanent copy stored in a smaller folder (filtered by sender).
Feb
7
accepted How do I swap " and @ in OSX using my Microsoft Keyboard?
Feb
7
comment How do I swap " and @ in OSX using my Microsoft Keyboard?
Removed the drivers. All problems solved, including the "/@ issues present before the drivers were installed :/.
Feb
4
comment How do I swap " and @ in OSX using my Microsoft Keyboard?
The problems with this driver include very slow mouse movement and broken back forward buttons on the mouse. I think these might be remediable, and if not will be removing the drivers and living with the swapped " and @.
Feb
4
asked How do I swap " and @ in OSX using my Microsoft Keyboard?
Feb
4
answered How do I swap " and @ in OSX using my Microsoft Keyboard?
Dec
10
awarded  Student
Nov
11
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
15
awarded  Scholar
Mar
15
accepted How do I get the numpad to work in vim using iterm2 on osx with term=xterm?
Mar
15
accepted How do I use windows style Home and End on OSX in Vim (iterm2)
Mar
13
comment How do I use windows style Home and End on OSX in Vim (iterm2)
Escape sequence [1;2H for home and [1;2F for end.
Mar
13
asked How do I use windows style Home and End on OSX in Vim (iterm2)
Mar
13
answered How do I use windows style Home and End on OSX in Vim (iterm2)
Mar
13
asked How do I get the numpad to work in vim using iterm2 on osx with term=xterm?
Mar
13
answered How do I get the numpad to work in vim using iterm2 on osx with term=xterm?