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Jan
26
revised How to create multiboot flash drive
make link, fix typo
Jan
26
comment How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
The answer that pointed to Easy2Boot that you linked was mis-typed, and also wasn't a link. In fact I just went in there and edited it so it is a better answer... Either way I'm more or less happy with my experience with E2B so far. So this question is answered now. Y'all can delete it if you want, I don't really care.
Jan
26
suggested approved edit on How to create multiboot flash drive
Jan
26
comment How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
I don't really understand why this is a bad answer but I've edited it some to show that it isn't a work-in-progress answer anymore. BTW I asked the question. I should be able to provide an answer to my own question...
Jan
26
revised How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
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Jan
25
answered How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
Jan
25
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Jan
25
revised How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
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Jan
25
asked How to *actually* make a multi USB bootable disk in a reliable way. Without ruining its USB mass storage capability
Jan
19
comment Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
Well the triple tap is the same as middle click inside of my head.
Jan
19
comment Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
Triple finger tap works on a Mac
Jan
19
comment Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
Dunno why it doesnt work for you, because im pretty sure it's supposed to work and has for six years: lifehacker.com/5585192/…. Well, thanks, you actually found a partial answer! Cmd+Click on it works, the only bummer is it doesnt bring back the original history chain like Chrome does. But it's still way better than nothing.
Jan
19
comment Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
Chrome lets you "bifurcate" or clone a browsing timeline by middle clicking back to keep your current page undisturbed while letting you browse backward in a new tab.
Jan
19
comment Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
No man, do you have Chrome? Follow my instructions
Jan
19
asked Safari version of Chrome's ability to middle-click back button?
Jan
18
comment AHK key combo, or an application which is capable of changing screen resolutions, in windows 7
well i have that gist where ive stashed my AHK script now. For everything I do outside of windows the configuration files (and notes which go in as comments all over the place) get checked into git.
Jan
18
comment AHK key combo, or an application which is capable of changing screen resolutions, in windows 7
Yep I'm done now and it works great! link to my ahk nircmd is great, I do recall using it in the past to have a command i can run to shut off monitors from the software side without having to worry about whether a timeout assertion was set by a media player application or somesuch. Naturally that knowhow was lost to me upon nuking that particular windows installation.
Jan
18
comment AHK key combo, or an application which is capable of changing screen resolutions, in windows 7
Still working on this, AHK script language is a really frustrating language, but I will be able to get a really usable message box or toggle interface for my custom resolutions so I think I'll be very happy very soon
Jan
18
asked AHK, where is the end if? (e.g. #IfWinActive keybinds)
Jan
18
answered AHK, where is the end if? (e.g. #IfWinActive keybinds)