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Feb
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Jan
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revised Can I wake the Windows 10 screensaver using the shift key?
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Jan
12
asked Can I wake the Windows 10 screensaver using the shift key?
May
19
comment Bash scripting: test for empty directory
I had trouble getting this method to work when the /path/to/dir contained spaces and needed to be quoted. I used [ $(ls -A "$path" | wc -l) -ne 0], inspired by @ztank1013's answer.
Jan
20
comment Clear cache for specific domain name in chrome
How is this different from a shift-reload? Also, it only seems to clear the cache for the current page, not all pages on a domain as the OP asked.
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Aug
28
comment How do I create a Windows Batch file that does not show the Command Prompt when executed?
In Windows 8.1, this option is in Properties -> Shortcut tab -> Run: -> Minimized (default is "Normal Window")
Jul
6
comment Having trouble reading a YUV video with mplayer/mencoder
Two years on, did you ever find a solution to this? I'm having the same problem, I can get around the horizontal scrolling by manually setting the frame size to (x*y*1.5)+6 (to soak up the "FRAME\n" at the end of each frame), but there is still a bit of an offset because of the YUV4MPEG header at the beginning of the file. I read elsewhere that mplayer should be able to play a YUV4MPEG stream simply with "mplayer stream.yuv" but that produces a lot of "Frame too small!" messages.