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Aug
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answered emacs: how to indent/unindent region of python code by 4 spaces?
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Jul
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comment What are the LEDs on RJ45 connector for?
3 years later this seems more appropriate for line speed indicator: no color = 10mbps, orange = 100mpbs, green = gigabit.
Jan
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comment How can I search for regular expressions within webpages using Google Chrome or IE?
I needed the normal (not bookmarklet) JS (for use in Chrome extension), and solution from @buffer link worked fine
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Dec
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comment X11 Style Copy on Select in Windows?
Just my 2c: AutoClipX "paste at cursor" mode (which is how X11 paste works) didn't work for me + the program seems to be loaded with other features like clipboard manager, clipboard save etc. and sligthly weird 'fancy' UI
Dec
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Aug
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comment Uninstall more than one thing at once
Incredibly buggy software :(
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Mar
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comment Bind keys for scrolling pages in copy mode in tmux
It worked! Thanks a lot again! Sure totally makes sense to not have "down" bindings
Mar
5
comment Bind keys for scrolling pages in copy mode in tmux
Thanks, great answer, I have just realized I have different problem though - the emacs keys (C/M-v) don't put tmux in copy mode right after the tmux is activated, while N/PPage do. In other words when tmux copy mode is active I can use both types of keys, but to enter copy mode I should either use N/PPage or press copy-mode key. Should I create sep. q for it? I already feel like a pussy for not debugging/reporting it properly :( but I assumed the auto-copy-mode activation should work with both type of keys
Mar
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accepted Bind keys for scrolling pages in copy mode in tmux
Mar
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asked Bind keys for scrolling pages in copy mode in tmux
Feb
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comment How can I do Ctrl-Z and bg in one keypress to make process continue in background?
Thanks, the problem is that sometimes you don't have an idea of how much time running the command would take, so you run interactively and then realize you better let it continue on background. The accepted answer works wonders for me, using it daily!
Jan
16
comment How can I do Ctrl-Z and bg in one keypress to make process continue in background?
Gilles, this is an incredibly complete, educating and thoughtful answer I couldn't expect to get! Thank you so much!
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