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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there is tool similar to ShiftIt on OS X?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Additional keybinding combination to copy text to clipboard
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do I change the colour of text matching a regex in vim?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Linux Wifi High Power Consumption
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comment Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
:set noequalalways is exactly what i was looking for!
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accepted Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
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revised Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
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comment Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
Yes, I know that. I've just grown a little tired of having to do to things for one action.
Aug
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comment Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
@UVV no its not. I know how to supply the width for vertical splits and the height for horitonzal splits. I am asking for height for vertical splits.
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asked Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Reduce bad block retry / wait times in Ubuntu
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Quickly calculate date differences
Jul
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comment Fix terminal title after SSH remote logging to another machine
IT doesn't set the title though...
Jul
29
comment Writing a Bash script to run and end at specific times
If your OS has something like a cron daemon. Have cron start your script at what ever interval you please and also have cron kill all running instances of your program at a slighly shifted interval.
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Headless use of open office or libreoffice in Ubuntu 14.04
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on yaourt curl error: Couldn't connect to server
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comment how to detect what DISPLAY is active/has input focus?
I don't think such solutions exist, because there is no such thing as "input focus". Quite the contrary is the case. Multiseat setups seem very common for e.g. kiosk systems. Such decisions would always be heuristical approaches with a bunch of sources for errors. For instance, in your comment you talk about "the hardware keyboard", implying there is only one and it is read from by an X-Server. Both are assumptions that needn't be true. Then there are things like Xephyr and Xnest, which stack X-Servers into one another.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Configuring footnotes in emacs org mode
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a file be corrupted by copying from NFS to CIFS?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Make a deb package that installs data under /var/www/data