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accepted How to troubleshoot my Bytecc T-300D dual SATA docking station not recognizing 1TB drives
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comment How to troubleshoot my Bytecc T-300D dual SATA docking station not recognizing 1TB drives
@Karan, thanks. I did find that Change Drive Letter menu finally for the new disk, but it doesn't show for the old one (I got it from my brother - perhaps it's set up for a Mac). I'd accept this all as an answer if you want to put it there (if you don't, I'll put this info as an answer after a day or two).
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revised How to troubleshoot my Bytecc T-300D dual SATA docking station not recognizing 1TB drives
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comment How to troubleshoot my Bytecc T-300D dual SATA docking station not recognizing 1TB drives
@Karan - I updated the question with the information you asked for, thanks. Now there's more to the question.
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revised How to troubleshoot my Bytecc T-300D dual SATA docking station not recognizing 1TB drives
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revised Emacs - kill buffer without prompt
use built-in-function
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revised Setting major-mode specific keybindings in emacs
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comment Setting major-mode specific keybindings in emacs
@NikanaReklawyks You're right, defining it in a hook is not as clean as using an eval-after-load statement in this case. I'll update the answer appropriately.
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comment How to indent a block of text rightward by 2 whitespace characters in Emacs?
@duperuser When you're at the beginning of a block, M-x mark-sexp will put the mark at the end - which is all you need to do.
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comment How to indent a block of text rightward by 2 whitespace characters in Emacs?
There are two ways to mark a region of code: M-x mark-sexp and M-x mark-defun.
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answered How to indent a block of text rightward by 2 whitespace characters in Emacs?