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Jan
20
comment Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
@KyleStrand Yeah, couldn't use git there, though. Codebase too large to fit in git. And I can't really branch with perforce. Maybe make a few shelvelists. But that sucks and is not as nice as a git branch. My actual solution to things like that was to run git on top of p4.
Jan
18
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
31
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
22
asked Programmable Bluetooth Keyboard
Sep
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
30
accepted Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
Aug
30
comment Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
yep that's gotta be it, on account of 2776 and 1774 (i must have made 2 phantom edits). Thanks for the tip! comments need a "make this an answer" button.
Aug
29
comment Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
Yes. I have been retroactively loading up the vim revisions and inserting them into a git repo. We use p4 because the codebase is too big and interconnected for git to deal with it effectively, but tracking individual files manually using git works very well
Aug
29
revised Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
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Aug
29
asked Lift Vim undo-tree file size limit?
Aug
29
comment Is it possible to change safari scrollbar behavior?
Will it let me hide them always and forever? Doesnt look like it
Aug
29
asked Is it possible to change safari scrollbar behavior?
Aug
12
answered In Sublime Text 2, how do I make a key mapping to move the cursor up or down multiple lines?
Aug
8
comment Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
Ah. I see. Thanks for explaining! Btw unfortunately I wasnt able to get your userscript working when I tried it.
Aug
7
accepted Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
Aug
7
comment Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
Fantastic!! Any chance you can provide functionality to search across tabs? That would be ordinarily for another question but this seems like a prime opportunity. (It would surely be a pretty heavyweight task but I have been known to keep 100+ tabs open and it would be much appreciated for users like me)
Aug
5
comment Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
Ah! right, F3 is usually the counterpart to Cmd+G. It's a good one and I usually forget about it. Well, I'll make do with this, at least c, f, and v are close together.
Aug
5
comment Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
This does work, but is not ideal because it takes 5 steps (must select in the beginning, which is at least a mouse double-click, and hit Enter to actually search at the end) and it's just too long a sequence. On OSX for instance it's 3 steps, not 5. Also the step of finding the next one is 1 step (Cmd+G) instead of 2 (Ctrl+F, Enter)
Aug
5
revised Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
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Aug
5
revised Is there a way to yank the selected text into the search field in Chrome?
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