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Aug
5
comment Vim 7.4 puts current line at top of window split when moving cursor between buffers
The winminheight setting, when set to 0, is the culprit. I turned off all plugins (except the ones that come bundled with vim 7.4) and it's still an issue. When set to 0, it always happens in vim 7.4, and it never happened in vim 7.2 :(
Aug
5
comment Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys
That trick no longer works, as evidence by commenters (on other sites not referenced here) reporting as such. In addition, I tried it myself before I asked this question. Also, it doesn't include Update 1.
Aug
5
comment Vim 7.4 puts current line at top of window split when moving cursor between buffers
Hm. I just found out about starting vim with -u NONE and doing that stopped the annoying behavior. How do I find out what plugin is causing the problems? I'll have to do some searching...
Aug
4
revised Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys
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Aug
4
comment Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys
I'm not asking about keys. I don't have a problem installing using a generic key and fixing it later. I'm asking where/how I can obtain installation media. I included key information because it would be nice to have only one set of install media that worked with both keys. You have hundreds of answers, please point me to the relevant ones. Thanks.
Aug
4
asked Vim 7.4 puts current line at top of window split when moving cursor between buffers
Jul
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asked Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys
Jul
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Apr
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comment scp files via intermediate host
I know this doesn't answer the question, but for those who don't know about rsync, or don't know how to use it to hop through a host, this could be a useful tip: use the '-e' option with rsync like this: A$ rsync <options> -e 'ssh B ssh' source C:destination
Mar
26
comment Is there any shortcut to iterate through Excel's worksheet tabs?
They are interchangeable. (Both work.) Tested on OS X 10.9.2 "Mavericks" with Excel 2011 v 14.3.9
Dec
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Dec
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Dec
3
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
No, I had a different php version before (5.1).
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
I personally think that while PHP may have a bug here, less also has a bug. Usually (i.e. with CentOS 5) when I have a long-running program, less can still be used normally while php continues to produce output.
Dec
2
revised PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
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Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
I had already figured the ... > tmpfile && cat tmpfile | less workaround on my own... it is a very annoying workaround, but does work. The < /dev/null workaround is better but is still only a workaround, but I gave you the bounty for effort. :)
Dec
2
accepted PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
... | cat | less does not help.
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
None of these suggestions worked. I do not have control over the CentOS version.
Nov
26
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
It is working correctly on my CentOS 5.5 install.