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Dec
5
comment Add “Open with” to the Context Menu for a particular file, like .js, in windows
@JosefZ I'm on windows 8. Not sure why this isn't working for me. I even changed the existing option of "edit" but the change didn't take place. i.imgur.com/pcC70NF.png It seems my JSFile registry key is somehow detached from my .js files' context menu options. And yes, I've even tried restarting the the system.
Dec
5
comment Add “Open with” to the Context Menu for a particular file, like .js, in windows
@JosefZ Hmm didn't work for me. On closer looks, it doesn't even seem to have any other options that I do have on my .js files' context menu (like "open with sublime text"..)
Dec
2
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
I've also found that cd instead of pushd makes the autorun.cmd (as mentioned in my orig ques) doesn't work. It seems pushd is better option.
Nov
21
comment VirtuaWin - Show window on 2 out of 4 Desktops
Dexpot does this, if you're looking for an alternative to VirtuaWin.
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
@JosefZ I tested it out and it seems it has to be %V, %1 or %CD% don't work. cmd.exe /D /K cd /D "%V" && for /F "tokens=*" %%G in ("%V") do @title %%~nG%%~xG. Thanks for making the directories with spaces work.
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
Hmm. I tried it and it didn't work. Then I searched regedit for "cmd.exe /s /k pushd "%V"" and found a couple of entires, some of which I was unable to edit (some error). That was the one I finally edited and it worked. Maybe it's only for my case, I do have some setting enabled so I don't have to hold shift to get the "open command window".
Nov
17
comment Set the “open command window here” title as the directory it was invoked from
Thank you!!! Two things: In my case it was HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Directory\background\shell\cmd\command. And: It ignores spaces (It gives title "Folder" for "New Folder")
Nov
3
comment What Tiling Window Manager for Windows do you recommend?
+1 AquaSnap (not in answer but in the wikipedia list)
Nov
3
comment What Tiling Window Manager for Windows do you recommend?
It is discontinued.
Sep
20
comment Is there a way to assign keys in the command pallet list to jump to desired item instead of the default item in sublime text?
@sww1235 I don't understand how? Here I'm asking whether (and if so how) it's possible to go directly to "Git: Graph All" from the command pallet itself. That other question is about the command so it can be assigned as a keyboard shortcut, without the use of command pallet altogether. But if there's any relation in the two questions that I'm not seeing, please let me know by elaborating..
Sep
18
comment Does bash have a hook that is run before executing a command?
Ah, nm. It works when I put all that in a function and just call that.
Sep
18
comment Does bash have a hook that is run before executing a command?
The "$BASH_COMMAND" = "$PROMPT_COMMAND" comparison isn't working for me i.imgur.com/blneCdQ.png
Sep
13
comment App to control windows' size and position
Bad news guys – Winsplit Revolution has been discontinued.
Sep
4
comment Sublime text 2 Unable to save hidden files on windows
@DoktoroReichard Thanks for the details. hmm
Sep
4
comment Sublime text 2 Unable to save hidden files on windows
@DoktoroReichard Are you sure you're using sublime text 2 on windows?
Aug
17
comment Editing a sublime theme, how to know which key string corresponds to which text element in the code?
Related stackoverflow.com/questions/10834765/…
Aug
15
comment Why is 50.22.53.71 hitting my localhost node.js in an attempt to find a php setup
@FilipB.Vondrášek never heard of it.
Aug
11
comment Mapping Ctrl+w to Alt+w sends both Ctrl+Alt+w
Works! But any reason I should do both LCtrl and RCtrl instead of Ctrl & w::Send !w? it works too.
Aug
9
comment bash: test if sort supports -h flag
@ValmikyArquissandas thanks, that actually answered my question.
Aug
9
comment Do functions/aliases defined in a bash script that's downloaded from a server and executed not work?
@garyjohn thanks. that was it.