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location Berlin, Germany
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seen Nov 13 at 16:48

Oct
29
comment Can I display part of a window on the second device?
If this were an answer, I would mark it as the right one. Thanks :)
Jul
19
accepted Can I display part of a window on the second device?
Jul
19
comment Can I display part of a window on the second device?
In current showoff, the presenter-url opens a second window which reflects the state you see in the presenter-mode. This does not satisfy my curiosity, but solve my problem. :)
Jul
19
revised Can I display part of a window on the second device?
explain motivation for marking solution
Dec
14
revised Can I display part of a window on the second device?
update after first answer
Dec
14
comment Can I display part of a window on the second device?
Also, I am more interested in the X11 hackery as the presentation itself is over.
Dec
14
comment Can I display part of a window on the second device?
I have no problems with multiple displays, thanks to xmonad. Opening both modes in separate windows does not lead to them updating at the same time. At least not in my testing.
Dec
13
asked Can I display part of a window on the second device?
Nov
16
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
23
awarded  Editor
Oct
23
revised What does exit do in an if block in a shell script?
reformat script for readability
Oct
23
comment What does exit do in an if block in a shell script?
I assume that those semantics are specific to the used shell. Which shell is executing the script?
Oct
23
suggested approved edit on What does exit do in an if block in a shell script?
Oct
19
awarded  Student
Oct
19
awarded  Scholar
Oct
19
accepted refresh bash tab completion
Oct
19
comment refresh bash tab completion
neat, that replaces the current shell... In a way, that like opening a new shell, but still nice.
Oct
19
asked refresh bash tab completion
Oct
19
awarded  Organizer
Oct
19
revised Open application on custom desktop in xmonad
there seems to be a difference when a command is invoked from emacs