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Developer working on mobile applications. I've used Python, C, C++, ObjC, C#, Java, Assembly, and a little bit of batch and bash scripting.

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May
16
comment Update available message after installing update
Just FYI, there do appear to be bug reports in for it - here's one. Looks like there's a fix in for 13.10.
Mar
22
comment Stuck in window resize on resume
@fossfreedom Apparently all this did was remove the orange overlays - I still somehow ended up stuck in the resize function and had to reboot.
Mar
20
comment Stuck in window resize on resume
@fossfreedom So far it appears to be working, but it tends to be a somewhat intermittent problem (likely due to some hotkey being pressed).
Mar
20
comment Stuck in window resize on resume
@fossfreedom I wouldn't say it's strictly a duplicate, but what you've posted looks very close to what I'm seeing. Not sure why I'm having this issue with them, especially since I don't seem to have ccsm installed... and now that I've installed it they appear to be enabled by default, but without the internal items enabled. I'm going ahead and turning it off, maybe that will help.
Mar
20
comment Stuck in window resize on resume
@BlueXrider Unfortunately I still am. The only other thread I've managed to find on the subject is gathering tumbleweeds in the Ubuntu forums, so it doesn't seem like a common problem...
Jan
27
comment Touchpad not working on MSi U130 after login in
What is this actually doing? Removing the overall mouse module or just the PS-2 mouse module?
Jun
17
comment How do I partially suppress the command-line output of zip?
Wow, that's pretty much exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
Jun
17
comment How do I partially suppress the command-line output of zip?
I'm doing that now and that works fine. If you want to post it as an answer I can accept it.
Jun
17
comment How do I partially suppress the command-line output of zip?
For some reason that's suppressing the -T output line as well. Is the >/dev/null maybe applying to the output of both zip and grep?