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comment Gmail blocking mutt
Are you using an application specific password? I haven't run into this issue yet.
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comment How can I remove the window padding on GTK3 apps in Awesome-WM?
That did the trick. Now I'm scared! Since when did the window properties start getting defined in CSS?
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accepted How can I remove the window padding on GTK3 apps in Awesome-WM?
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revised How can I remove the window padding on GTK3 apps in Awesome-WM?
add note about creating file and clean up formatting
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comment How can I remove the window padding on GTK3 apps in Awesome-WM?
@DKBose I don't think that's the right track as it's not actually the decorations in my case that are an issue. I don't have or want any decorations at all, so what is shown in that article as "incorrect display" is actually exactly what I'm going for---no decorations.
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revised What do square brackets in bash case statement mean?
in this example "in" is also part of the syntax, not the metasytax, so format it like the others
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answered How to add an ip range to known_hosts?
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comment How did `git pull` eat my homework?
@Volker no. The only time I mess with those values is with vcsh managed repos of which this is not one. Those env vars would have been per default git behavior in this scenario.
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comment Why is ImageMagick's `compare` command so slow and is there an alternative?
@StéphaneChazelas Maybe it is (I wasn't aware of that project) but can I feed motion arbitrary static image frames as opposed to a direct video feed and and still have it do its job? My morbid curiosity also wants to know exactly what could hog 25 seconds of CPU cycles across 4 cores analyzing a pair of images with a grand total of 48 pixels between them (6x4*2).