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Slowing converting from Stack Overflow lurker into a contributing member.


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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Any way to set up Cmd-Tab to cycle among apps and Chrome browser tabs on OS X?
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asked Can I delete the “left over” files which are selectively not-synced in Dropbox?
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comment Why does OS X Lion's terminal treat the PS1 prompt codes differently than Snow Leopard?
Thanks! This wasn't my issue but is a cool trick to know about!
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accepted Why does OS X Lion's terminal treat the PS1 prompt codes differently than Snow Leopard?
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comment Why does OS X Lion's terminal treat the PS1 prompt codes differently than Snow Leopard?
Note: I'm adding this as the answer in response to the moderator request.
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answered Why does OS X Lion's terminal treat the PS1 prompt codes differently than Snow Leopard?
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asked How to disable the Java update message balloon in Windows 7?
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
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answered How to reset my Windows 7 USB driver after mouse/keyboard no longer working?
Feb
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comment How to reset my Windows 7 USB driver after mouse/keyboard no longer working?
@HodofHod - you mention a boot tool that allows me to access a command line. Can you point me in the right direction for that?
Feb
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comment How to reset my Windows 7 USB driver after mouse/keyboard no longer working?
@HodofHod - thanks, I'll try that. (Now if only I'd created a recovery disk...)
Feb
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comment How to reset my Windows 7 USB driver after mouse/keyboard no longer working?
@HodofHod - yes, I did poke around there, and even reset BIOS settings to default, with no effect. Are you thinking I should boot from a recovery disk?
Feb
18
comment How to reset my Windows 7 USB driver after mouse/keyboard no longer working?
@JourneymanGeek - yeah, that's what I was thinking -- that my mouse/keyboard (via a Logitech wireless dongle) was connected to the USB 2.0 port, not the USB 3.0 port. Alas, not so. I tried with the dongle -- and other, normal wired mice -- on the USB 2.0 port, with the same non-responsive behavior.