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Nov
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awarded  Informed
Oct
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comment Routing loop: TTL expired in transit
Sorry for offtopic, but I can't find any other way to contact you. Why have you deleted your question about file history in google chrome? I have found an answer/
Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
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revised Change layout of dockable windows in Notepad++
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Nov
11
comment Why is Word 2011 saving 2Mb PDF files when the docx is only 136kb?
Maybe this helps: techiecorner.com/1234/how-to-reduce-pdf-file-size-in-mac but it doesn't answer the question.
Nov
11
comment Why is Word 2011 saving 2Mb PDF files when the docx is only 136kb?
What happens if you save (not print) the document on PC?
Nov
11
comment Why is Word 2011 saving 2Mb PDF files when the docx is only 136kb?
That's corrent.
Nov
11
awarded  Commentator
Nov
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comment Why is Word 2011 saving 2Mb PDF files when the docx is only 136kb?
By "symbols" I meant characters.
Nov
11
awarded  Teacher
Nov
11
answered Why is Word 2011 saving 2Mb PDF files when the docx is only 136kb?
Nov
11
comment What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
could you please add this change to the answer? superuser.com/review/suggested-edits/50586
Nov
8
accepted What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
Nov
8
answered Prompt a user and wait for response
Nov
8
comment What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
Edited the answer. Couple of notes: 1) there is no function istty, maybe misprint and 2) I don't know why I wrote less above, I meant ls :-). @dennis thanks for the help!
Nov
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suggested suggested edit on What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
Nov
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comment What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
I finally figured out. grep not only calls isatty(), it check for environment variable TERM (unlike ls). If it is undefined (under windows it is usually) then grep doesn't use colors. Under linux there are also some situations when TERM is undefined.
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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comment What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
Actually yes, I'd like to fix the windows version. So I want to understand why is there a difference between versions and how do programs determine whether they write to terminal or not. Are there any other functions besides istty() and _isatty()?
Nov
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comment What does the grep switch --color=auto do?
I think I wasn't clear. I've dowloaded sources for linux versions. And in that linux sources there are no strings like "isatty".