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comment How can rearrange my columns to rows in Excel?
Thanks, I just tried making a Pivot-table. Never really understood the concept - probably because I did not need it, but I see how powerful it could be in this setting. However, I would need to change the way data is stored in the 'raw data' tab, as I have multiple theories comma separated in the same cell at the moment, so data is not 'atomic'.
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comment How can rearrange my columns to rows in Excel?
Thanks a lot! It did the trick! ...just had to remember changing the font to something readable, rather than wingdings :)
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comment Terminal unzip outside default directory
You seem to be right. I will keep using the mv command after the unzip command.
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comment Terminal unzip outside default directory
I know the -d option, which enables me to extract to a different directory than the source of the zip-file, a new file with the name of the zip-file will still be created.
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comment From Ubuntu to OS X - can't fix permissions
Most of the files I try to edit are rwxrwxrwx and they are all (apparently) owned by me and editable by my group (and others). But in reality I cannot edit them - that's what makes it so strange. It seems something is happening "beyond" the permissions system or that the permissions are in reality not what terminal or "get info" tells me?
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comment From Ubuntu to OS X - can't fix permissions
Problem is I am already the owner, but I still cannot delete or edit files, no matter if I sudo or not. Only way to get rid of them again is to format the volume. This is a short extract of what ls -l shows when copied to the external volume ("zaki" is my user and "zaki" (UID 501) is member of "staff" (GID 20): -rw-r--r-- 1 zaki staff 897 21 Nov 2010 kommandolinje.jar -rw-r--r-- 1 zaki staff 83 23 Nov 2009 nxj.cache -rw-r--r--@ 1 zaki staff 519192 28 Mar 16:36 src -rw-r--r--@ 1 zaki staff 24938 4 Jan 2011 template-b.html
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answered Thinking of migrating from Windows to OS X Lion. Some programs I'm accustomed to on Windows on Mac?