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I'm a ♦ moderator on Super User and research Quality of Experience for video and multimedia applications. I'm also a software developer with a focus on web stuff.

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comment Plot a graph in excel
@Prasanna They will be marked as closed after 7 days and then deleted after 30 days if they're not reopened. The numbers might be a bit different but something around that.
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comment Using amerge filter in FFMPEG throwing error
Your full command and console output is missing.
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revised What does “<>” exactly mean in “echo <> temp.txt”?
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revised What does “<>” exactly mean in “echo <> temp.txt”?
use markdown formatting instead of HTML
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comment What does “<>” exactly mean in “echo <> temp.txt”?
If you've asked about it before but got unsatisfactory answers, don't ask about it again, but edit your previous question.
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revised Whole House Ethernet from 2004; what about Gigabit?
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comment Is there any program for getting the window switching style of mac in ubuntu 14.04?
You mean this? askubuntu.com/a/283758/17529
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comment Is there any program for getting the window switching style of mac in ubuntu 14.04?
@AFH Well, there's a lot like this – Apple won't sue you for doing that. The question here is just terribly unclear.
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comment Is there any program for getting the window switching style of mac in ubuntu 14.04?
Which "style" specifically do you mean? What tabs are you talking about? There is no "style" when switching between windows in OS X – they just appear.
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comment Plot a graph in excel
I wouldn't be able to plot a graph from this either. Even if it were properly formatted (please check your preview), you haven't told us what exactly you need and what you've tried (and why that fails).
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revised Bypass Avira blocking one of my scripts
added 21 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
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revised Bypass Avira blocking one of my scripts
if you copypaste something, please at least quote it too, so it becomes obvious what external content is used
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comment Bypass Avira blocking one of my scripts
@BradlySpicer Avira does not offer anything for Linux (anymore). And the OP is talking about the C drive, so...
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comment Bypass Avira blocking one of my scripts
What does your question have to do with Ubuntu?
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comment Converting LaTeX Generated PDF to Word Using Acrobat XI
Have you read the question? This is what the OP is already doing when they're saving it as Word.
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comment Mouse does not show in Android installed in VirtualBox
Please at least tell us 1) what Android version 2) what VirtualBox version 3) what host operating system you're using, and edit your question
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comment Delete Directories that Contain Specified File in Mac OS X
You'd need to tell xargs to only pass one argument to dirname (see my answer). There could be different default behavior depending on your utility versions. OS X is a bit different than Linux in this regard.
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answered Delete Directories that Contain Specified File in Mac OS X
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comment Delete Directories that Contain Specified File in Mac OS X
Actually, have you tested your command? It should return the error dirname: extra operand ... things.txt'`.
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comment Delete Directories that Contain Specified File in Mac OS X
When you pipe from find to xargs, please use find ... -print0 and xargs -0.