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comment IP from sending email server is different than from email-domain
@Paul, we don't know if the OP is using SPF, as the question lacks any info about that. And the OP is also not responding to these comments. Fail.
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comment IP from sending email server is different than from email-domain
As for your title edit: what "email domain" IP address are you referring to? DNS MX records for receiving email are unrelated to any problems when sending. (And also WWW settings such as DNS A and AAAA records are unrelated.)
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comment IP from sending email server is different than from email-domain
Are you using SPF? (Check here.)
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
I guess you tried, but maybe you could copy the character and then paste it when creating the macro? (I think the keyboard macros need to generate key codes, not characters, but maybe when pasting a character some magic happens...)
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
@Jukka, reading some Microsoft documentation or this blog post, seems to indicate that Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator requires one to build a DLL and an installation program to use that? (If true, then that does NOT seem more convenient to me, though I was surprised that the above answer requires one to restart Windows after making changes.)
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comment Simultaneous failure of 8x SSD's in raid 10
Ok, cleaning up (deleting) my comments!
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comment Simultaneous failure of 8x SSD's in raid 10
(Another aside, see Replying in comments.)
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
It's clear what you want. But you're also writing "I can map all the keys I want to the Ergodox, and macros as well". What are those macros? That makes me think you can assign sequences of instructions to a single key. (And if true, then I wonder why it's so hard to create a macro that "writes" the Em dash.)
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comment Two very similar lines of sed, can they be combined?
Just curious: what generated those weird bolded/padded brackets 【】? (LEFT BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET and RIGHT BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET.)
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
What is that "macro" you're referring too? Can you "program" keys with some sort of programming language?
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
Ah, indeed Alt 0151 is documented on both links I gave too; some Windows character set value rather than a Unicode value, I guess. Note that the Alt +8212 "syntax" often means you're typing hexadecimal Unicode codes, where you're indeed really pressing the + as well. Not sure what you were typing for the first tries exactly.
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
2014 is the hexadecimal code; 8212 is the decimal code you need for the Alt-Numpad trick. See the Wikipedia article for details.
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comment How to add the Em dash “—” to my keyboard?
According to rishida.net/tools/conversion you're referring to the Em dash, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dash#Common_dashes and fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/2014
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comment Downgrading Windows 8 from Enterprise to Pro
Someone commented in a (now deleted?) answer: "worked for me when changing from windows 8.1 enterprise to 8.1 Pro [...] the only notable differences after it booted back up - it said professional rather than enterprise in the windows properties window and I could now install windows media center"
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comment What does @ mean at the end of filenames in auto complete in OS X?
Nice, Sherlock! Still, I've never seen the @ appended in the output of (Tab) auto completion, but it seems your last paragraph surely explains the error the question asker sees.
Dec
23
comment What does @ mean at the end of filenames in auto complete in OS X?
I don't think your title summarized your specific question; in general it would be a duplicate of What does the @ mean on the output of “ls” on OS X' terminal? and many others. But in this specific case I'm not sure, as it's shown by autocomplete.
Dec
21
comment Cannot access https://mail.live.com from osx (safari or firefox)
Works for me, in latest Chrome and Firefox on latest OS X.
Dec
21
comment if greater than zero copy from the range
You'll need array formulas to get the result into "first empty cell" as requested. (As an aside, please don't abuse line breaks for formatting. Thanks.)
Dec
21
comment find /data/oozie-admi/ -type d -ctime +1 | xargs rm -rf [0] command deleted /data/oozie-admi/ folder
What did you expect would happen? And do you know the difference between ctime and mtime, and between ctime 1 and ctime +1?
Dec
17
comment IF formula where the test is a logical value in OpenOffice
@fixer, thanks for the edit and just FYI: I just discovered that the ; is not a regional difference. :-)