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comment How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
@edwin Got it, done.
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revised How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
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revised How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
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Jul
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comment How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
I was able to massage your code to do everything I wanted. I'll post the full app as a separate answer. Thanks again!
Jul
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answered How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
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accepted How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
Jun
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comment How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
Thanks so much. This code has been very instructive to me.
Jun
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asked How would I make a simple indicator program to record timestamps?
Jun
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accepted How do I launch a web browser on my local machine that visits websites through the ip of a remote machine?
Jun
16
comment What Application Indicators are available?
The link to the configuration example is broken. Could someone post another or fix the link?
Jun
15
comment How do I launch a web browser on my local machine that visits websites through the ip of a remote machine?
So if I wanted to go to http://www.google.com in my browser but (hypothetically) Google only lets people go to that page if they have an IP from example.com, I'd ssh into the computer I know at example.com, log in, then use the ssh command in your answer, open my browser, and go to http://www.google.com?
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asked How do I launch a web browser on my local machine that visits websites through the ip of a remote machine?
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Jun
15
accepted How do I “:set prompt” by default for a particular program?
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15
asked How do I “:set prompt” by default for a particular program?