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bio website quickmediasolutions.com
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Email: admin@quickmediasolutions.com

I use Ubuntu as my primary operating system and absolutely love it. I am also a software developer fluent in C++, PHP, and somewhat-fluent in Python.

Some links:

  • StackApplet - a Gnome applet for keeping track of your activity on this site! Included in Universe for Ubuntu 10.10+.
  • StackExchange Data Dump Browser - a browser for viewing the offline data dumps from this site
  • StackMobile - view the questions, answers, etc. on this site with a smartphone-friendly interface
  • OpenTracks - an open source railway simulation game I started

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awarded  Nice Question
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reviewed Close How can I get the internal microphone of a laptop to work on 14.04?
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reviewed Close HELP i cant install anything
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reviewed Edit im guessing Grub is not food here?
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revised im guessing Grub is not food here?
Adjusted formatting.
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reviewed Close oracle mariaDB installation on ubuntu 14.04
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reviewed Close About User LoginNo Accounts to Log in With?
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reviewed Edit Intel HD Audio, HDMI/DisplayPort is not working. But Analog Output is working in Ubuntu 14.10
Dec
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revised Intel HD Audio, HDMI/DisplayPort is not working. But Analog Output is working in Ubuntu 14.10
Adjusted formatting.
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reviewed Close What is GPG error?
Dec
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reviewed Close Set different java version for different programs
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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answered How to add some padding between a ListView and its footer?
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comment How to add some padding between a ListView and its footer?
This is what I tried. The major difference is that I didn't specify a height for the footer component - I'd prefer not to hardcode a height value since it will cut off content if it is larger than the specified value.
Nov
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comment How to add some padding between a ListView and its footer?
@Sylvain: sorry, I forgot to reply. I tried your suggestion but still could not get it to work. I ended up using a transparent rectangle to add padding. I'm not at a computer at the moment, but when I am, I'll add a comment to your answer and explain what I ended up doing.
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awarded  Popular Question
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answered Why I can't start demo application on ubuntu-touch emulator
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asked How to add some padding between a ListView and its footer?