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Apr
20
comment How Can I Convert Github-Flavored Markdown To A PDF
Converting markdown to latex and then running pdflatex on it doesn't work for me (lots of Undefined control sequence errors). How do you do get around this?
Mar
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
12
comment How can I rotate the screen of a MacBook Pro 90 degrees?
Why is it like this? And where is this secret book of unknown shortcuts?
Aug
28
comment What is the correct way to prevent non-root users from issuing shutdowns or reboots
Are you sure that needs to be return polkit.Result.NO? I would've thought it'd be polkit.Result.YES to allow users in group "power"
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
comment Running docker as sudo
This answer is correct and should be accepted @Cris.
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
29
awarded  Caucus
Nov
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comment VIM: Yank multiple non-continous chunks of text into a registers
Random downvoter, please explain your downvote alteast?
Aug
25
awarded  Critic
Jun
16
revised Font smoothing in the Terminal
added 170 characters in body
Jun
16
comment Font smoothing in the Terminal
Haha, Added as per request. Not sure if it's as visible here as it is on my screen though. :P
Jun
16
revised Font smoothing in the Terminal
added better screenshots
Jun
16
asked Font smoothing in the Terminal
Jun
16
awarded  Scholar
Jun
16
accepted VIM: Yank multiple non-continous chunks of text into a registers
Jun
16
comment VIM: Yank multiple non-continous chunks of text into a registers
@romainl I didn't know you could use y after a g... command. Thanks!
Jun
16
comment VIM: Yank multiple non-continous chunks of text into a registers
@taketwo the submatch() function seems like it might help you in what you're trying to do. I haven't been able to use it properly yet though.
Jun
16
comment VIM: Yank multiple non-continous chunks of text into a registers
I didn't know about these. Thanks! ctags seems like it'll help a lot.