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Dec
5
comment Faking screen resolution given to website
True, however the options to change the reported screen resolution are usually in the same place as the options to change the User Agent. Searching for "User Agent" will usually lead to the right place.
Dec
5
awarded  Yearling
Dec
4
comment Faking screen resolution given to website
Try googling for "User Agent Change". It would help if you specify the browser that you are using.
Dec
4
answered Faking screen resolution given to website
Mar
26
awarded  Commentator
Mar
26
comment A DownThemAll equivalent for Chrome
As of March 2013 - this does what I want, but definitely still needs some polish.
Jan
24
revised In textmate Is there a way to select the method/function the caret is in?
Added textmate to the title and text for clarity.
Jan
24
awarded  Custodian
Jan
24
reviewed Reviewed In textmate Is there a way to select the method/function the caret is in?
Jan
24
suggested suggested edit on In textmate Is there a way to select the method/function the caret is in?
Jan
18
revised How do I make all file types open in the internal editor in eclipse?
Fixed a typo emacs -> eclipse.
Jan
18
awarded  Excavator
Jan
18
suggested suggested edit on How do I make all file types open in the internal editor in eclipse?
Jan
18
revised How do I make all file types open in the internal editor in eclipse?
Modified the title for clarity. Rewrote the question to more clearly ask a specific question. This retains the intent of the original question I think.
Jan
18
suggested suggested edit on How do I make all file types open in the internal editor in eclipse?
Oct
20
comment How to run a command in a process that is not a child of the current process?
Creating a process that is not a child of the current process seems like it should solve my problem. I am now curious in general how to do this. I would have thought this would be a fairly easy thing to do, but can't seem to find a way. So my question is still about starting a process outside the current process tree, rather than a specific solution to my issue.
Oct
20
comment How to run a command in a process that is not a child of the current process?
My specific issue has to do with conflicting versions of a dynamic library on OS X. IDL uses an old version of libcurl.dylib while the a program that I am calling from within IDL requires a newer version of this library. I do not understand how dynamic libraries are handled on OS X, but it appears to me that once the older library is loaded, all child processes use the same library. When running my program in a different terminal, or from within IDL using an ssh connection, I have no library issues.
Oct
19
asked How to run a command in a process that is not a child of the current process?
Apr
15
revised Disable the bell in xterm (X11/XQuartz) on OS X
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Apr
15
comment Disable the bell in xterm (X11/XQuartz) on OS X
Unfortunately this does not answer the question at all. I am trying to disable the bell in xterm, not disable opening an xterm window when opening x11.app.