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Feb
3
accepted Windows 7: Mapping a key to something that is not on the keyboard
Feb
2
asked Windows 7: Mapping a key to something that is not on the keyboard
Jan
10
revised Free DJVU to PDF converter on that does not make a gigantic PDF
added 218 characters in body
Jan
10
asked Free DJVU to PDF converter on that does not make a gigantic PDF
Jan
1
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
17
comment In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
@KCotreau: Sorry for the extremely late reply, but: Ctrl+space gives the same menu that you get when you right-click on the upper left corner of the window. Then from there, properties.
Dec
17
accepted Pavucontrol “detects” plugging the external microphone in and out, but nothing else
Dec
17
answered Pavucontrol “detects” plugging the external microphone in and out, but nothing else
Dec
11
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
4
asked Pavucontrol “detects” plugging the external microphone in and out, but nothing else
Aug
15
awarded  Excavator
Jul
27
accepted Monitoring the microphone level with a command line tool in Linux
Jul
22
comment In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
Note: Ctrl+space and setting properties worked for that particular application.
Jul
22
accepted In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
Jul
22
comment In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
Start->Run->cmd gives me a regular box ...
Jul
22
comment In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
Of course. But that only gets me out of full screen.
Jul
22
asked In Windows XP, how can I permanently disable full screen command prompts?
Jul
5
revised Monitoring the microphone level with a command line tool in Linux
eternal loop instead of calling the program itself
Jul
5
revised Monitoring the microphone level with a command line tool in Linux
typo
Jul
5
revised Monitoring the microphone level with a command line tool in Linux
Added a small clarification.