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Jul
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comment Are Unicode characters like MUSICAL SYMBOL COMBINING STEM or RECYCLING SYMBOL FOR TYPE-1 PLASTICS used anywhere for their semantic value?
More off-topic follow-up: given their limited use, and likely also limited software support, why would the Unicode Consortium choose to include such characters in the standard?
Jul
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asked Are Unicode characters like MUSICAL SYMBOL COMBINING STEM or RECYCLING SYMBOL FOR TYPE-1 PLASTICS used anywhere for their semantic value?
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Mar
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comment Permanently deleting files on Mac OS
It's in the root directory, named Delete Immediately.service.zip. I put a link on the wiki page too.
Mar
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Mar
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comment Permanently deleting files on Mac OS
@kentcdodds It's sad that GitHub killed the downloads tab! I added a zip file to the repository itself, so you should be able to directly download it from there. See the link on the wiki. Let me know if this works!
Jan
30
comment More detailed report for iTunes “Capacity” bar for iPhone / iPod
Is it still the same phone you're using? I've never experienced this problem, but I've also been trading out for new devices every 2 years or so. In any case, the Usage settings can show you some interesting info — I'm not sure if app documents/data are included in Apps or Other, according to iTunes.
Jan
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comment How to get parent PID of a given process in GNU/Linux from command line?
Aha, so it does! Thanks!
Jan
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comment How to get parent PID of a given process in GNU/Linux from command line?
The = sign is not necessary, at least on OS X 10.8.2.