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comment Can I save a session in Chrome?
The link works for me. Also try sessionbuddy.com
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comment Limit alt-tab icons to current desktop in Dexpot
I'm not talking about the buttons in the taskbar. I DO want all of my taskbar buttons visible in all workspaces. What I DON'T want is to have to alt-tab through 15 open apps, when only 4 of those are open in my current workspace.
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asked Can I hide built-in folders in Outlook 365?
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comment Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
Thanks for following up, @vWil. I've been out of town. Yes, there are other dictionaries being listed in the right click menu of the new profile. There are no add-ons installed. I may just completely uninstall it using the software center and then download a new version directly from FF's site.
Dec
19
comment Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
Reset is grayed out, so I have to assume that it's never been changed. Per locale, Ubuntu knows that I'm in the U.S. And I've never had any other location-based issues (i.e. time zones, etc.) It's only ever been a problem with the FF spellchecker. And yes, it happens with new FF profiles as well.
Dec
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comment Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
Well, I set both of those config properties to en-US and restarted with high hopes. No luck; still insists I'm Canadian. I guess I'll try disabling them and see what happens. EDIT: no can do. The only languages listed there are South African and Great British English. Canadian isn't even a choice. How would I know if it's not a US English edition of Firefox. About only shows that it's the version created specifically for Ubuntu.
Dec
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comment Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
Thanks; I'll try these suggestions when I get home tonight.
Dec
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asked Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
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accepted How to get git bash back in Windows Explorer context menu
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answered How to get git bash back in Windows Explorer context menu
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comment How to get git bash back in Windows Explorer context menu
Thanks. As I said, I DO prefer Linux and use it at home, but my company's web servers all run on IIS and we don't have a choice in our dev environment. So when you "updated" git, how does that work? Do you have to uninstall the original version first, or just run the new installer and it will take care of everything? I can't take any chances with things going wrong; we don't have much of an IT dept. and there's no one who'd be able to help me fix it.
Dec
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comment How to get git bash back in Windows Explorer context menu
I'm aware of the "standard trick", but I'm not uninstalling and reinstalling git. Folder options are the same for both folders. I have no idea where in the registry to look for something like that; I'm a Linux girl and registry hacks are way out of my scope of Windows knowledge. Any ideas?
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asked How to get git bash back in Windows Explorer context menu
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