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Dec
3
asked how to find cells that have a certain text in open office's calc (excel might work also)
Nov
23
accepted how to prevent TextWrangler to highlight syntax on .txt files?
Nov
23
asked how to prevent TextWrangler to highlight syntax on .txt files?
Nov
18
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
21
asked Can you use infinity in a cell reference in LibreOffice (or any other spreadsheat)?
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
10
answered Why are we still using CPUs instead of GPUs?
Jun
14
comment Is it possible to format a hard-drive too often?
Just a biased comment you can ignore: There are great OSes that don't require that much of you, for example, MacOS or Linux.
Jun
12
accepted Can an Opera mouse gesture be set to execute a user script?
May
30
comment Using two different connections (1 ethernet, 1 wifi) in parallel in MacOSX?
Well, not the answer I was hoping for, but at least he tried.
May
30
accepted Using two different connections (1 ethernet, 1 wifi) in parallel in MacOSX?
May
28
asked Can an Opera mouse gesture be set to execute a user script?
May
27
comment What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
Thanks! that's what I was looking for.
May
27
accepted What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
May
26
comment What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
@Randolf: Thanks for the advice
May
26
comment What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
@Randolf: The wrong name for about:config type addresses
May
26
comment What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
Yeah that's what I currently do, Ctrl-W Ctrl-T. If it had a chrome address, I guess you could make a shortcut to it.
May
25
asked What's the keyboard shortcut in Opera to bring up the speed dial?
May
20
comment Photoshop: the grid is on in every image I open, have to turn it off every time
It looks like pre OSX, but thanks for the effort anyway!
May
19
comment Photoshop: the grid is on in every image I open, have to turn it off every time
@paradroid: Don't know if you are refering to the same OS I have (MacOS 10.6) but I don't have such a path. I have ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS3/Presets though.