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I started learning web design to support my efforts as a singer/songwriter. I'm still doing that, but these days my actual job involves building intranet resources as well. My skillset is PHP, HTML, CSS, and Javascript (I'm a big fan of jQuery).


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asked How can I connect a Nexus 5 to a Mac via USB?
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answered How can I connect a Nexus 5 to a Mac via USB?
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comment What is the keyboard shortcut to toggle fullscreen in OSX Mountain Lion?
Waiting to accept in case there's a native way that someone can point out.
Oct
18
comment What is the keyboard shortcut to toggle fullscreen in OSX Mountain Lion?
Works for me! Caveats: This is based on matching the name of the menu item. Eg, in iTerm2, it's "Toggle Full Screen", so I had to add another one with that name for it. Also, Firefox didn't respond to the new mapping, so I tried giving all apps its mapping of Command+Control+F, and that worked for me (at least for the three I mentioned and for MacVim, which calls its menu item "Toggle Full Screen Mode").
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answered Can I get the Vim Ctrlp plugin to ignore a specific folder in one project?
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asked Can I get the Vim Ctrlp plugin to ignore a specific folder in one project?
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asked How can I make the active MacVim tab more obvious in fullscreen mode?
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comment If I have left and right tmux panes, how can I visually tell which is focused?
@TrevorPowell - you're right, it's new in 1.8. I couldn't find it documented in a changelog, but I upgraded from 1.6 to 1.7 to 1.8, and got the feature with 1.8.
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revised If I have left and right tmux panes, how can I visually tell which is focused?
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