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Nov
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comment Alpine - sync sent mail
How is Alpine connecting to your mail server?
Nov
7
comment How does VirtualBox's memory usage work?
Possible duplicate: superuser.com/q/17266/302
Nov
7
comment Make-Life-Easier App for PHP Programming
you mean you want a PHP debugger?
Nov
5
comment Determine what JS files are being served up by a website
To play devil's advocate a bit, it shouldn't matter what they've used, as long as it works, and doesn't break any laws/licences. I'm curious to the problem you're trying to solve - are you wanting to prove their incompetence, or build requirements for someone to replace it?
Nov
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comment Determine what JS files are being served up by a website
It could also miss anything that is conditionally included, if you don't exercise the condition
Nov
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answered Determine what JS files are being served up by a website
Nov
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Oct
24
revised mr.google.com at email header
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Oct
24
comment mr.google.com at email header
What do the headers look like for the first hops on public networks (10.x.x.x indicates a private network, so somebody could be trying to spoof an SPF pass), similarly, it could be legitimate addresses on Google's private network...
Oct
24
suggested approved edit on mr.google.com at email header
Oct
24
comment Windows 7 PC unable to connect to wireless router via USB
I have seen "differing" levels of compatibility in the past (especially Dell laptops to 3Com routers), so if there is one to hand, it may be worth trying.
Oct
24
comment Windows 7 PC unable to connect to wireless router via USB
Have you been able to try a wireless adapter from a different manufacturer (e.g. using a Netgear USB wireless adapter instead of the Belkin one)?
Oct
24
revised How to change the default font in LibreOffice 4
Not a Microsoft Excel question
Oct
24
suggested approved edit on How to change the default font in LibreOffice 4
Oct
23
comment X86: Frequency or architecture or other factor matter to compute fast and massive python/numpy loops?
Well, there is other stuff to do with whether the data & code fit in the relevant on-chip caches, but in general, you can more easily improve performance by adjusting the algorithm in use, rather than throwing more/faster hardware at it.
Oct
23
answered X86: Frequency or architecture or other factor matter to compute fast and massive python/numpy loops?
Oct
21
comment Alt-X ignored on laptop keyboard in Windows 8.1, but normal with external keyboard
Which applications doe this not work in? Does anything happen instead?
Oct
20
comment How to calculate bytes need for an image with 256 level gray scale
256 level == 8 bit; 1 byte = 8 bits
Oct
20
comment Converting a .txt file with tab as separators into a excel spreadsheet
possible duplicate of Easiest way to open CSV with commas in Excel
Oct
20
revised Using Microsoft Publisher 2007
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