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comment How to delete directories with path/names too long for normal delete
+1 This was the only solution that worked for me. Most answers assume the long path name is caused by having a very large number of nested folders, in which case those answers work. But if the folder name itself is extremely long that's when those solutions fail. (Steam backup sometimes causes this)
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comment A good solution to switch between different network settings?
Here's another one that is under active development: sourceforge.net/projects/argonswitcher
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comment Rotate a MP4 file, while preserving codec and quality attributes
Easiest method so far!
Jan
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
@MichaelButler thnx for stating the obvious :)
Jan
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
@XièJìléi omg... apparently those are not blocked anymore... that's just weird... Of course that won't change the fact that the frame me, but it does improve the overall speed of my connection. thnx
Jan
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
@kojiro I would have to check that :p
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
Hey, thnx I will give this a try as well
Jan
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
Hey, Github works without issues. What can I say... went to China a few years back for work, met a girl, got married, etc... but that's not for S.U. :p
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accepted How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
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comment How to prevent my ISP from putting every website in a frame?
This seems to be what I'm looking for, thnx