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Dec
31
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
14
comment How to supress “Terminate batch job (Y/N)” confirmation?
I was hoping this would be easy, but as usual Microsoft has made something simple a pain in the ass. The answers below are all expending way too much effort to avoid this minor annoyance. I'm just annoyed that there's no simple way to resolve this. Seriously Microsoft, what is the point of this prompt? Yes I'm sure, that's why I hit Ctrl + C...
Mar
12
accepted Where can I download a legitimate copy of Windows 8 without having to supply an activation key?
Nov
14
comment tmux configuration conditional to OS
This should be accepted; it's the proper way to do it.
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
4
comment How can I perform a second grep on the files returned from a previous grep?
Gotcha. Thank you :)
Aug
4
accepted How can I perform a second grep on the files returned from a previous grep?
Aug
4
comment How can I perform a second grep on the files returned from a previous grep?
Awesome thank you. Can you enlighten me as to what xargs is?
Aug
4
asked How can I perform a second grep on the files returned from a previous grep?
Jun
25
comment How can I copy and paste text out of a remote vim to a local vim?
I like. Nice and simple.
Jun
23
comment Quickly Empty Trash in Mac OS X
Okay, this time I did. Depends on the permissions of the files thrown into the trash :)
May
15
comment Quickly Empty Trash in Mac OS X
I didn't have to use sudo.
Jan
23
awarded  Excavator
Jan
23
revised How do I move around and otherwise rearrange splits in vim?
Added links in order to make the answer actually useful beyond RTFM.
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on How do I move around and otherwise rearrange splits in vim?
Dec
19
comment Cannot find where this colorscheme setting is being set for vim on OS X
I'm sorry but that's not the issue. I'm using it in a GUI. I already fixed the issue. It was that the variable in the color scheme file didn't match the file name. When VIM tries to reload the set colorscheme later it uses the value in the variable to retrieve it. When it doesn't match the file name it can't find the colorscheme. See my answer before yours.
Dec
18
comment Cannot find where this colorscheme setting is being set for vim on OS X
I appreciate it but as you can see above I did find the answer already. Though this may help future Googlers :)
Dec
18
accepted Cannot find where this colorscheme setting is being set for vim on OS X
Dec
7
answered Cannot find where this colorscheme setting is being set for vim on OS X
Dec
7
asked Cannot find where this colorscheme setting is being set for vim on OS X