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I enjoy a variety things, including coding and gaming (video and otherwise).

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Jun
28
awarded  Talkative
May
8
comment How can I have a different width for each tab header?
Exactly what I was looking for <3
May
8
accepted How can I have a different width for each tab header?
May
8
comment How can I have a different width for each tab header?
@ChrisF Yes, exactly.
May
8
revised How can I have a different width for each tab header?
clarity
May
8
asked How can I have a different width for each tab header?
Mar
21
comment How can I commit all new folders and files in directory?
I managed to find the button due to your answer despite the 403. Not quite sure how I missed that... I just didn't think I could click it.
Mar
21
accepted How can I commit all new folders and files in directory?
Mar
21
comment How can I commit all new folders and files in directory?
403: Access Forbidden
Mar
20
asked How can I commit all new folders and files in directory?
Mar
8
comment How do I use options with time?
@grawity Okay, thanks.
Mar
8
comment How do I use options with time?
As a follow-up, how would I get this to work when running it in a a for loop? For example.. "for i in 1, 2, 3; do command time --format=%e ls" does not seem to work properly, but running the bash version of "time" works as expected.
Mar
8
accepted How do I use options with time?
Mar
8
comment How do I use options with time?
@DougHarris I know how to accept an answer, but there is a 15 minute delay between asking and when you can accept.
Mar
8
comment How do I use options with time?
This fixed my issue. I was unaware there was a difference between the man page and bashes version on any of the commands, add that to the things I learned today.
Mar
8
asked How do I use options with time?
Jan
13
comment Windows 7, 2 mice, 1 user, and “Switch primary and secondary buttons” on 1 mouse only?
+1 This program looks like the perfect solution to the askers problem. Also, welcome to Stack Exchange!
Dec
6
revised Does a computer use fewer resources when programs are minimized?
minor grammar fixes
Dec
6
suggested suggested edit on Does a computer use fewer resources when programs are minimized?
Nov
2
awarded  Commentator