what does SHIFT-left-or-right of up-down-left-right do?
Well, I know about shift up-and-down:
shift-right ("red" or whatever) up and down on
choose-box, HIST, things like that, take the
cursor all the way to the beginning or the end.
shift-left ("white") on up and down scroll the
screen-full up or down (the FIRST such click
*stupidly* goes to the final CURRENTLY-ON-SCREEN
choice or whatever (meaning TWO double-button-pushes
to scroll-down that FIRST time.)
What are some of the OTHER possibilities, ie with the
left and right arrows?
Oh, apparantely undocumented, I...LEFT + LEFT vs LEFT + RIGHT
In order to do a full outer join in MySQL one must use a union.
Is there any good reason to do
with the tables swapped on the latter LEFT JOIN?
Paul Lautman wrote:
> In order to do a full outer join in MySQL one must use a union.
> Is there any good reason to do
> SELECT ...
> LEFT JOIN
> SELECT ...
> RIGHT JOIN
> rather than
> SELECT ...
> LEFT JOIN
> SELECT ...
> LEFT JOIN
> ...does PHP read left to right or right to left?
I've two functions. currentHeadline looks in $_GET for a variable
called 'image' and prints what it finds. showThumbnail takes an image
for a parameter and resizes it before sending it to the screen. But
when I do this:
<?php showThumbnail(currentImage(), 20, 20); ?>
showThumbnail is telling me that it is not being given a file name, and
currentImage is printing the file name to the screen. How is that
possible? What is the right way to do this?
lawrence k wrote:
> I've two functions. currentHeadline looks in $_GET for a variable
> called 'image' and pr...Changing x-axis plot from right to left to left to right
For mathematical reasons, I need to change the way that gnuplots my data along the X axis from right to left to left to right (that is, at the minute it plots from 20 down to 1, not from 1 to 20)
I am aware of set xrange reverse but this just inverts the whole graph and displays from 17 .... 1 down along the x-axis rather than plotting the other way round.
I'm rather stuck and would appreciate some advice.
On 14.08.2012 17:52, Jamie Rees wrote:
> For mathematical reasons, I need to change the way that gnuplots my
> data along the X axis from ri...Is a Mac Right For You? A growing number of entrepreneurs are deciding a Mac is the right computer for them.
Cuss and discuss.
Is a Mac Right For You? A growing number of entrepreneurs are deciding a
Mac is the right computer for them.
By Jason R. Rich �October 20, 2008
Not long ago, if you were to ask PC users what they thought about Apple
Macs, you'd probably get one of two responses: Either they'd say, "Oh,
those are the computers used by college students," or you'd hear,
"Aren't Macs used only by creative types, like artists and musicians?"
What today's�business�people and�entrepreneurs�are quickly ...Text widget with mixed left-to-right and right-to-left Unicode text abilities?
is there one of these? If not I might have a go at writing a simple
one of them.... Apologies if this is a FAQ, I did search the archive a
bit before posting.
...Skybuck presents ShiftLeft( Left, Right, Shift ) and ShiftRight( Right, Left, Shift )
I think these two functions will come in very handy to solving the "write
longword bits" problem.
ShiftLeft( Left, Right, Shift )
ShiftRight( Right, Left, Shift )
Shifting with extra inputs is what is required to solve it nicely.
// Begin of Code ***
Skybuck presents ShiftLeft( Left, Right, Shift ) and ShiftRight( Right,
Left, Shift )
version 0.01 created on 5 may 2008 by Skybuck Flying.
Be carefull though, the shift parameter must be 0 to 31.
// make overloaded versions for easy coding
// display in big e...problem with left+right mouse down+up on Mac
I'm having an issue with right and left mouse button events on OSX.
I use a two button mouse, and when both buttons are down at the same
time, the subsequent button up events get mangled. I looked at the
code in src/mac/carbon/toplevel.cpp, specifically the SetupMouseEvent
method, and see that there's a snippet in there that is trying to
adjust for control-clicks that are interpreted as right-clicks. this
appears to be by design but is causing me problems... I would even
call it a bug perhaps
void SetupMouseEvent( wxMouseEvent &wxevent , wxMacCarbonEvent...Changing M-<right,left> to C-<right,left>
I tried to change the word moving behaviour as shown in the post title and could not. Part of my .emacs is below.
(global-set-key (kbd "C-z") 'undo)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-<right>") 'forward-word)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-<left>") 'backward-word)
Finally, how could I open a new buffer proportionally in the same window? For instance, if I open a new buffer with C-x 2 and then open the new buffer the window is split in two equal halves. I'd prefer to have it 70%, 30%.
AndreLTR <andreltramos@gma...intermittent buzz on the Apple 20th anniversary MAC (TAM) in the right speaker: What to do?
from time to time, there is a buzz on the right speaker (when you are in
front of the TAM). I cracked it but without effect. Is it due the cable of
the computer unit: Sometimes when I touch the cable, the buzz disappear.
What can I do ?
Thank you for your help,
...Ibook G4, 14'1: the right speaker is louder than the left one
my Ibook G4 14'1 (late 2005) (MAC OS X.4) has one of the loudspeaker louder
than the other.
The slider of the balance in the Panel "sound" is in the middle.
What can I do to understand and solve this problem?
The little Elfe
The little Elfe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> my Ibook G4 14'1 (late 2005) (MAC OS X.4) has one of the loudspeaker louder
> than the other.
> The slider of the balance in the Panel "sound" is in the middle.
> What can I do to understand and solve this problem?
> The little Elfe
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...Right or Left ?
A simple multimedia setup can be a display monitor with
speakers positioned on both sides. Think of this equipment
as being on a 'stage' in a theater, and the user as being the
'audience' in that theater.
What is called the "left" speaker -- is it the one on the left
of the audience (as viewed by the audience), or the one on the
left of the stage (as viewed by an actor standing ON the stage,
facing out towards the audience) ?
Mikus Grinbergs wrote:
> A simple multimedia setup can be a display monitor with
> speakers positioned on...left, right?
What function returns some number of characters on the right or left
of a string? i.e. if I have the string 'filename', is there a command
like Left('filename',4) = file? Thanks.
> What function returns some number of characters on the right or
> of a string? i.e. if I have the string 'filename', is there a
> like Left('filename',4) = file? Thanks.
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