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comment Can Thunderbird wrap long lines of received html mails?
The quote in my comment is from the link in yours.
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comment Can Thunderbird wrap long lines of received html mails?
The feature only works in FF, not in TB. "In a browser window (Firefox or Seamonkey), checking Word Wrap Within <PRE> in the View menu..."
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comment Can Thunderbird wrap long lines of received html mails?
Thunderbird 31.1.1 on Linux doesn't have this menu item and doesn't respond to the keystroke.
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revised on quit, 'less' does NOT clear its contents when run in a 'screen' session
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suppress the progress output
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comment bash: source from URL
@nilbus: According to this, you might try source <(curl -s http://example.com/foo | iconv -f windows-1251)
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comment Modify fstab entry so all users can Read and Write to an EXT4 Volume
@IvanBalashov: You can use an @reboot entry in /etc/crontab among other possibilities.
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comment How can I search within the output buffer of a tmux shell?
@DanielQue: A shell environment variable. It will need to be exported or placed in tmux's envrionment like this: VISUAL=vi tmux
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comment How can I search within the output buffer of a tmux shell?
@DanielQue: Take a look at the tmux man page and search for "mode-keys" and "status-keys". Those are sub-commands that allow you to set the binding style. Alternately, it might be simpler to set an environment variable (EDITOR or VISUAL) to the style you want before starting tmux.
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