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May
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comment Getting console2 to work nicely with UAC
@paradroid: I use stack overflow nearly constantly, and my account is linked. Saw the notification in my inbox :)
May
5
comment Getting console2 to work nicely with UAC
@paradroid: I didn't know that since I haven't used it in a while :) Can you post this as an answer, and provide some extra details as to what it enables? If you do, and it gives good info, I will accept it.
Mar
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comment How do I easily elevate when running a .jar file?
Awesome answer :) Thanks! I'm going to wait to accept it so maybe the question/your answer gets some more traffic (I think it works that way?)
Mar
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asked How do I easily elevate when running a .jar file?
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revised Exit batch file from subroutine
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answered Exit batch file from subroutine
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Sep
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comment Getting console2 to work nicely with UAC
@harrymc: and if you read superuser.com/about, it absolutely is intended as a blog. Not that I used it in that manner
Sep
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comment Getting console2 to work nicely with UAC
@harrymc: which part of my usage do you disagree with? "How do I get this working? Would I have to modify source code to get this to work, or can I use different tab settings/do hacks w/ shell executables?" is the question. The answer I gave is what I found out while searching myself, which as harry says, is a valid usage of the site.
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Aug
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comment Ruby shell instead of Bash shell in Ubuntu?
A question for superuser.com?
Aug
13
comment I want to compile an OS. What is the best way to start?
+1 I learned a lot about Linux doing this (that I later forgot a good chunk of when getting thrown back into Windows).
Aug
8
comment Pasting into the command line
@lok: sourceforge.net/projects/console is a different option if you can't get cmd.exe to behave how you want
Jul
31
comment Prevent a repeatedly running console program from taking focus
If there's no good reason for those to be popping up (like Kylotan said, is it your script? Or are you on a corporate network?), then you may have a virus.