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Jul
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revised Set Eclipse as the default editor for opening a file
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Jul
29
comment Set Eclipse as the default editor for opening a file
This is specific for Windows (all versions). As for Linux, the "Open with" option should be in the Properties tab after you right-click a certain file. As for the Eclipse executable file (the launcher), I suggest you search your computer for "eclipse.exe", as its location depends on where you saved the Eclipse download package to.
Jul
29
answered Set Eclipse as the default editor for opening a file
Jul
28
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Jul
27
comment Chrome installer error 0x80070057
I don't know if it helps, but take a look at this thread.
Jul
27
revised How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
Last edit to add more info on how the regex will operate.
Jul
27
comment How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
Another problem is that most of the words that are duplicated also appear in the previous line, which makes it difficult to achieve your goal. If you'd want to remove all duplicated words, then it wasn't that difficult. You could do something like this & this. I suggest you use specific regular expressions in Notepad++ (I can help you, just tell me all the formats of the duplicated words) or consider a different approach to your problem.
Jul
26
comment How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
The problem is that the regular expression I wrote in my answer only applies to the format (I thought) you asked for: word, word, anotherword. However, you have many instances which are a little bit different, like came across, came across and some with 3 or 4 words. Also there are words with ' like don't and it makes things more complicated in the Notepad++ regex system. The Notepad++ regex system is pretty annoying and limited as well, so the solution is to either use regex in python (or another language), or make format-specific regular expressions for the Notepad++.
Jul
26
revised How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
Better explanation and more useful info.
Jul
26
comment How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
This regex should work: (\b\w+\b)\W+\1 for two duplicated words. I'll edit my answer. The commas are why the other regex doesn't work.
Jul
26
comment Why is my mouse pointer twitching?
Try disabling "Enhance pointer precision" under Mouse settings in Control Panel, and try lowering the pointer speed. I would also try a Mouse Pad.
Jul
26
revised How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
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Jul
26
answered How to remove all the duplicated words on every line using Notepad++?
Jul
25
comment How to get Word to do line break on Enter rather than paragraph break?
As far as I know, it's not possible. You'll have to either reformat the whole text after writing it or simply use Shift+Enter to create a line break.
Jul
25
answered Toggle wireless hardware in windows 8
Jul
25
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Jul
24
revised Prevent Outlook 2007 from reformatting phone numbers?
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Jul
24
answered Prevent Outlook 2007 from reformatting phone numbers?
Jul
24
revised Making Chrome automatically open documents
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Jul
24
answered Making Chrome automatically open documents