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Yes, when invoked as sh, bash goes into full Bourne shell compatibility mode. From the man page: If bash is invoked with the name sh, it tries to mimic the startup behavior of historical versions of sh as closely as possible, while conforming to the POSIX standard as well. When invoked as an interactive login shell, or a non-interactive shell with the --...


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I managed to do this by first horizontally flipping both the input videos, and then combining them. Horizontally flipping the combined video results in a video where the inputs are combined diagonally from bottom left to top right: ffmpeg -i vid1.mp4 -i vid2.mp4 \ -filter_complex "[1:v]hflip[v1];[0:v]hflip[v2]; [v1][v2]blend=all_expr='if(gt(X,Y*(W/H)),A,...


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As a general rule, Commands in a sh-based shell script will run synchronously, with the command being executed sequentially, such that each command completes before the next is started. The primary exception to this is when the command is explicitly started in, or moved to "the background", generally by placing an & at then end of the ...


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You can run rm -r TestFolder/* The asterisk represents all the files inside "TestFolder" including folders and files. -r means "remove files recursively". If you are new in the terminal, run man rm for the manual of rm, there you will find all the commands in detail.


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This may not be the cleanest solution but it works: find . -type f -name ".*" | xargs -I{} cp {} destinationDir/


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You could use just use a variable: udir="/c/mnt/Users/%name%/program/directory/subdirectory" cp filename.txt $udir which isn't quite what you wanted because you need the '$', but still saves quite a bit of typing.


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I found the solution: Deleting the ~/.antigen directory. During the first start of zsh while using antigen something must have went wrong with loading the theme I preferred. This messed up the ~/.antigen directory and caused antigen to no longer automatically load the theme. Warning: Deleting the ~/.antigen directory may have side effects. It is probably ...


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Apparently the problem is caused by the conemu console buffer. After turning off the BufferHeight setting, the shell activity would not be removed when quitting a full-screen process on "cmder with ssh". However, this setting will disable the activity buffer for screen scrolling, which can be another problem.


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I had the same problem your'e facing. But I got my problem solved. So you can also give it a try what I did. So to fix that you can go to the "view" option at the very top of your terminal >> then you may find your "Hide Window Borders" selected, which is responsible for your problem. So just simply put off the tick mark to deselect ...


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Resolved by changing the configuration of a text-expander app causing "auto-capitalization" across all apps.


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I use "Directory Opus" {https://www.gpsoft.com.au/dscripts/download.asp} on windows instead of Explorer to enable searching and imaging. At the root search for .. This will display all files in the root directory. "Ctrl A" to highlight 'all' then Ctrl shift to remove the directories from this list. "Ctrl C" this list which now ...


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You probably meant: tldr - Homepage cheat.sh - Homepage quite-intriguing - Homepage


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They're slightly different. esc-backspace deletes an element, but ctrl-w deletes to the previous whitespace (or space character).


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