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Teaching house cats to perform cold fusion.


Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
8
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
25
comment Why is WebGL disabled in Safari
Interesting, if security is the reason then I'm surprised Java hasn't been killed with fire yet from all browsers. Thanks for the link, it's really useful; so many things I wasn't aware of.
Jun
25
asked Why is WebGL disabled in Safari
Feb
12
awarded  Caucus
Jan
3
comment How can I mount SFTP/SSH in Finder on OSX Snow Leopard?
Isn't fuse4x an updated version of MacFUSE? Macfusion is just the GUI for the mac port of FUSE.
Jan
3
comment Macfusion - how can I auto connect on boot?
What are the specific aspects that make of macfusion such an non-usable piece of software? Just curious.
Aug
15
awarded  Critic
Aug
15
comment Is there a way to convert audio files in Mac OS X or the command line without using iTunes?
This is a great solution, although ffmpeg relies on a lot of dependencies.
Jul
4
comment MATLAB and Objective-C in Sublime Text 2
Hello Charley, I did this though I didn't see any difference. Are you able to see this working? Are you able to open MATLAB and Objective-C files with their proper colorings? thanks
May
22
revised Error with MATLAB
added 139 characters in body
May
18
comment Linus Torvalds and the OS X Filesystem
He has been known for having really strong opinions about some things, for example when he gave a talk about git @ google, he spent a good part of the talk trashing the other systems. So I would say that he probably has a reason to believe what he thinks but he is also a very exaggerated person, even though he is a genius. youtube.com/watch?v=4XpnKHJAok8
May
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asked Error with MATLAB
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awarded  Editor
Apr
5
awarded  Scholar
Apr
5
comment MATLAB and Objective-C in Sublime Text 2
Yeah, I know that TextMate cannot do this but oh well, I guess I will have to wait for an update and see if this ever gets fixed, because I really hate when those two files get messed up. I currently have it default to highlight the MATLAB's syntax but every now and then I jump and see some Objective-C files outside from Xcode. Because Xcode is a mess when opening external files whilst working in a project.
Apr
5
accepted MATLAB and Objective-C in Sublime Text 2
Mar
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comment MATLAB and Objective-C in Sublime Text 2
I seem to recall that Text Mate would be able to differentiate between those two files using a "first line hint" %matlab at the beginning of all your MATLAB files. There are a few rules that a file could be subjected to to test it's origin. I don't really know how does VI do it but it freaking works :O ... problem is I'm beginning to like ST2.