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asked Autocomplete in all KDE textareas
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Sync only a single bookmarks folder
Thank you, I do see that the question should have been asked on the software recommendation SE site. Here it is.
Jul
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revised Sync only a single bookmarks folder
Add bookmark to demonstrate clarification.
Jul
30
comment Sync only a single bookmarks folder
Thank you Rory, Iszi. I edited the question to clarify.
Jul
30
revised Sync only a single bookmarks folder
Clarify requirement.
Jul
30
asked Sync only a single bookmarks folder
Jul
23
comment Why does VIM show the Unicode code point and not the UTF-8 code value?
Your first sentence really made the point clear. Thanks!
Jul
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comment Why does VIM show the Unicode code point and not the UTF-8 code value?
Thank you romainl. Actually, I did read :h ga but did not read the g8 section that came after it. I quote from :h ga "Print the ascii value of the character under the cursor ... When the character is a non-standard ASCII character, ... the non-printable version is also given." I guess that the text of that document may have been written before UTF-8 support and since both the Unicode code point and the UTF-8 code value are the same hexidecimal value for code points <=127 there was no need to make a distinction at the time.
Jul
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accepted Why does VIM show the Unicode code point and not the UTF-8 code value?
Jul
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asked Why does VIM show the Unicode code point and not the UTF-8 code value?
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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comment Greasy water in laptop's DIMM slot
@MosheKatz: You owe me a T530 keyboard. Next time put the disclaimer at the beginning!
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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comment VIM only storing first 50 lines when yanking between files
Thank you Heptite. Other than the viminfo='100,<50,s10,h line, the only other line is Last set from ~/.vimrc.
Jul
2
comment Linux CLI: fail-proof way to check temperature
hwmon0 -> ../../devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:18.3/hwmon/hwmon0 This also is a real, non-virtualized system (MD A4-5300).
Jul
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comment Linux CLI: fail-proof way to check temperature
@dasup: Yes, it looks like that is what I will have to do. I'll see if I can keep a binary of sensors around to run from my personal ~/bin/ as well.
Jul
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comment Greasy water in laptop's DIMM slot
What type of laptop is this, so that I might avoid it? Any well-engineered laptop should channel spilled liquids away from critical components, not into them. Even cheap $10 keyboards are designed to channel liquids in a safe manner.