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Jun
19
comment Mount FAT32 loopback as writeable
Cornielscu: Yes, I found out fsck.vfat had to be run many times until all errors were fixed, but forgot to update my question. Only when I looked at certain filenames would the filesystem become read-only, so I guess the driver noticed the corruption and put it in read-only to avoid further dataloss. Add an answer, and I'll accept it.
Jun
18
comment Mount FAT32 loopback as writeable
That doesn't work either - see my update to my question. The partition is mounted correctly, and I can browse files as normal. The thing is that it's read-only although all files looks writable.
Jun
15
comment Part all private messages in weechat
Not ideal, but works ok. Thanks.
Jan
8
comment Include in user defined macro fails
Guess we'll go with m4 then. They also have an installer for Windows users which is good. Thanks.
Oct
10
comment vim freezes inside tmux
Holy ...! I've been having this issue for years, and never actually searched for a solution. This answer was the first solution I found, and it literally took me 3 seconds... All those hours wasted, and you had the solution just a couple of seconds away. I wish I could upvote you more (and downvote myself). Thanks!
Sep
17
comment Compton background color
Thanks, that worked!
Aug
26
comment CTRL-X not showing the bottom menu (compatible/nocompatible issue)
Thanks! I'll wait it out while a patch is being pushed then.
Aug
25
comment CTRL-X not showing the bottom menu (compatible/nocompatible issue)
Oh, and I have several other odd behaviors. Including rendering and performance issues.
Aug
25
comment CTRL-X not showing the bottom menu (compatible/nocompatible issue)
I didn't test this, but if I have to get the "Pattern not found" to get the menu, I guess I'll stick with the current behavior. It was very annoying :)
Aug
24
comment CTRL-X not showing the bottom menu (compatible/nocompatible issue)
@FDinoff: I tried this, but I'm not sure what to look for :/
Jul
23
comment Compton background color
The thing is, I have never set this. i3wm has defaulted to black. Setting the color with xsetroot had no effect - it's still gray.
Dec
7
comment Using both Ctrl+Alt to replace AltGr 3rd level function on xorg
@PiotrDobrogost I'm not familiar with the terminology you use. The keys have 3 symbols on them. One is default when pressing it, one is enabled using shift, and one enabled using altgr. IIRC, there are 5 levels you can access in total. As noted above, I'm now using programmer dvorak, and I've bound a key as the composite key so I can also type "special" characters like æøå.
Oct
16
comment Using both Ctrl+Alt to replace AltGr 3rd level function on xorg
@pilona: X11, but the question is two years old. I'm now using programmer dvorak, so this is no longer an issue for me.
Aug
21
comment Virtualization not enabled in Windows 8, but enabled in BIOS
@ta.speot.is: Could you elaborate? What do I need to do to enable virtualization?
Aug
21
comment Virtualization not enabled in Windows 8, but enabled in BIOS
@Ramhound: Added screenshots
Apr
17
comment Get numeric position indicator on icons in taskbar?
Nice, thanks! I still have the piece of paper here :) It's also a pain when having more windows open as the icons shrink. I'll be sure to try this one.
Jan
14
comment gvim missing menu on arch/xfce
I ended up continuing to uninstall everything vim and deleting all settings. This helped. I guess I f.. up when installing some through manual AUR, some through yaourt, and some manually copied from a windows disk :)
Jan
13
comment gvim missing menu on arch/xfce
-u NONE doesn't show the menu. Without this option, the Plugins menu item appears. :version has both +menu and +toolbar. @sigmavirus24: I'm missing menu.vim - it doesn't appear even after reinstalling gvim. What to do...
Jul
12
comment Disable laptops built-in keyboard
It's not a real answer as it just happened to work on this keyboard. I'll let someone else answer if they know how.
Jul
12
comment Disable laptops built-in keyboard
@BBlake: Yes, that would be a big problem. I don't think there are any special keys I don't have on the new keyboard or don't have access for through the start menu - a bit clumsier, but workable. Of course.. I might build some sort of lid over the keys, but I'm hoping for some simpler solution.