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awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
25
awarded  Supporter
Aug
2
comment OS X Finder-like unarchiving in Windows
First of all, I'd need that as a default action, not in a context menu. And most Windows archiving applications I've seen offer exactly those two features: Extract it right here, or extract it to a directory named <filename>. I need the latter, but only if it isn't already all in one directory. Or else, I just end up with "dir_name/dir_name/*.*". Only create a directory to prevent clobbering the current one.
Aug
1
asked OS X Finder-like unarchiving in Windows
Jul
21
comment Using Emacs align-regexp to format tables
I get the indentation with both versions. Sure, the align-repeat changes the padding within the table, but in either way the first character on every line is in column 39. (tested with Emacs 22.1/24.)
Jul
21
comment Using Emacs align-regexp to format tables
Hmm, this properly formats the table, but the table ends up indented quite a lot (first | of each line starting in column 39, which is the max length of the input lines).
Jul
20
asked Using Emacs align-regexp to format tables
Jul
11
awarded  Student
Jul
13
awarded  Scholar
Jul
13
accepted Kensington Expert Mouse - current build quality and alternatives
Jul
12
asked Kensington Expert Mouse - current build quality and alternatives