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Feb
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accepted Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
Feb
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revised Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
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Feb
16
comment Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
I know, and that option was already set on "Open in new tab"
Feb
16
comment Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
And this has to do with firefox exactly what?
Feb
16
answered Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
Feb
16
asked Why does clicking on links in external apps open new windows in Firefox?
Feb
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Jan
28
comment Is there some difference between mv and {cp + rm the old file} on Unix?
atomicity? I don't really know if the mv command is atomic, though.
Jan
13
comment How to stop a repetitive alert box?
If you really must, you could use a different browser to open 'funny' webpages.
Dec
10
answered How to close all open windows at once?
Sep
30
answered kill -9 programs but they still hang on
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awarded  Taxonomist
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answered What rights does an employer have to the employee's computer?
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Jul
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comment Is there a consensus on keyboard shortcuts?
Hard to fault them, though: usually they've been using those keystrokes for years before Windows was even planned.
Jul
29
comment Is there a consensus on keyboard shortcuts?
...At least on Windows. Though Linux desktop environments are following those conventions at least to a degree, you'll find that many programs on Unix do strange things -or nothing at all- on Control C / V / S
Jul
28
answered What is the keystroke to quickly change a file's name in Windows?
Jul
27
comment What elements make you choose a browser?
-1 Another subjective, discussion-oriented question on SU
Jul
27
comment Ubuntu Linux: Can I paste plain text by default?
@Nathan: your analogy is faulty. You don't want formatting, but I'm not sure that most people copying text to a rich text Office program share your view. It's not so much 'hold the chocolate sauce' as 'hold the ketchup on those fries' (I really don't like ketchup)