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for IF in *.* ; do OF="${IF%.*}.txt" ; mv -n $IF $OF ; done


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I also put my coin on LibreOffice. Till now i have no complains about editing docx documents with it. So i would say try it out yourself.


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On my version of Evolution: dpkg --status evolution | grep -i version Version: 3.18.5.2-0ubuntu1 Local folders ("On This Computer"): ~/.local/share/evolution/mail/local/.<folder_name> ls -a ~/.local/share/evolution/mail/local/ . .. ._2EDrafts ._2EDrafts.cmeta ..cmeta cur .Drafts .Drafts.cmeta folders.db ..maildir++ new .Outbox ...


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I temporary fixed this by adding command to startup applications list: bash -c "sleep 2 && initctl restart unity-panel-service" You can also press ALT+F2 and execute: initctl restart unity-panel-service Ps: This will restart all indicators services and some of them will disappear if they started before.


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For a particular mime types default handling application you'd want to look in /usr/share/applications/defaults.list This file contains the default applications for all handled mime types. If an application isn't configured to open a file at all (not only as the default application for that type of file), you'd need to look in its desktop entry in ...


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I needed to split large flac and set file name and tag from the cue file, and this worked best for me: cd to a folder with one pair of cue and flac type this: shnsplit -f *.cue -t "%n - %p - %t" -o "flac flac -s -8 -o %f -" *.flac delete the original flac file tag the files using: cuetag *.cue *.flac Example of output: Splitting [Edvard Grieg - Complete ...


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Make sure you select File->Save as The more intuitive File-> Export does not provide the option to select the file type. [I lost hours trying to find out why I could not choose the file type when trying to export...]



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