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  1. Sticky: Yeah, I dabbled with Mint a bit and I'm a much...

    Yeah, I dabbled with Mint a bit and I'm a much bigger fan of their Gnome setup than most others. Cinnamon looked promising at the time, although I think it was still beta so I wasn't willing to...
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    Sticky: Yeah, fortunately mine's not a rotator cuff so I...

    Yeah, fortunately mine's not a rotator cuff so I think the recovery won't be quite as bad. But when I dislocated it in my sleep I decided it was time to do something about it. :)
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    Sticky: Yeah, I'm still planning to get back to folding...

    Yeah, I'm still planning to get back to folding at some point, but a $5000 shoulder surgery in a couple of days has put my finances on hold for the moment, so I'm still limping along on my Q6600 that...
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    Sticky: To be fair, it is a pain in the neck that...

    To be fair, it is a pain in the neck that Microsoft won't let you create a true DOS boot disk from Windows. I ran into that way back in the 95 days when I had a virus and the AV software needed to...
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    Sticky: I'm still limping along on my dying Q6600, and...

    I'm still limping along on my dying Q6600, and the fact that my backup drive just died isn't helping my budgeting for a new system. On the plus side, I caught a WD Red drive on sale so hopefully it...
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    Sticky: Probably for the best. :)

    Probably for the best. :)
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    Yeah, I think that's probably the thing that...

    Yeah, I think that's probably the thing that bothers me most about this change. Sure, the save warnings were annoying, but that could have easily been fixed without adding a (slightly terrifying)...
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    While I expected there to be an easier way, it...

    While I expected there to be an easier way, it looks like you can do that with xcf's: http://billauer.co.il/blog/2009/07/gimp-xcf-jpg-jpeg-convert-bash-script/

    If you're converting between other...
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    Sticky: I wonder if I could use a 3d printer for that......

    I wonder if I could use a 3d printer for that... ;)
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    I've noticed some problems searching for older...

    I've noticed some problems searching for older posts too. Seems like maybe anything posted before the upgrade isn't in the search index.
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    Try something like: [...

    Try something like: [ url=http://biguglylongurlthatyoudon'twanttodisplay.com]Pretty name[/url]

    Note that I inserted an extra space before url so the BBCode would show up.
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    Hmm, I'm actually quite okay with the logic...

    Hmm, I'm actually quite okay with the logic behind having a separate export function. That's something that has bitten me a few times doing artwork for my game - I create a complex image full of...
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    Sticky: Agreed. I'm still not able to fold because new...

    Agreed.

    I'm still not able to fold because new computer parts haven't moved far enough up the priority list to get purchased yet, and I don't want to hasten the demise of the current ones by...
  14. Hmm, strange that the forum search page has the...

    Hmm, strange that the forum search page has the replies option enabled, but the general advanced search page doesn't. I would think that selecting Search All Open Forums would do the trick, but it's...
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    I haven't tried it yet, but if that's how it...

    I haven't tried it yet, but if that's how it works I'm not going to be a fan either.
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    Yeah, the timestamps are completely unreadable to...

    Yeah, the timestamps are completely unreadable to me unless I highlight them. Reply etc. is not much better.

    Also, the quick moderation links don't seem to work anymore. It looks like there is a...
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    Sticky: Yeah, I figured out once that it costs me around...

    Yeah, I figured out once that it costs me around $7 a month to fold on my Q6600. But as long as it's folding I don't feel bad leaving it on 24/7, so I figure it balances out in time not spent...
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    Sticky: I lost a non-mirrored hard drive in my main box...

    I lost a non-mirrored hard drive in my main box so I won't be folding for a bit until I can get it replaced. :(
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    Sticky: Yeah, torrents can blow through a lot of...

    Yeah, torrents can blow through a lot of bandwidth. I have one that was over 40:1 share ratio, which probably explains why my ISP doesn't want to give me more upload bandwidth. :)
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    Sticky: Honestly I don't see much point in having much...

    Honestly I don't see much point in having much faster than ~10 meg internet. Nothing I ever download maxes out my 18 meg that I have now, and even when I was on 5 meg it never felt particularly...
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    Learn something new every day. :)

    Learn something new every day. :)
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    The question is whether Bentham's Law also holds...

    The question is whether Bentham's Law also holds for made up data. I think further study is warranted. :)
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    I have nothing to contribute to the thread, but I...

    I have nothing to contribute to the thread, but I had to Google Benford's Law to understand this post and that's an interesting phenomenon. :)
  24. Thread: I miss Linux

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    I hear you. I ran Windows at work for a few...

    I hear you. I ran Windows at work for a few years, but eventually I got so tired of dealing with its shortcomings that I went to some pretty extreme lengths to get Linux installed and still be able...
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    Linux has had multi-core support for a long time...

    Linux has had multi-core support for a long time (it's why all of the supercomputers use it), so at least at an OS level it should work. Whether applications are designed to make use of it is a...
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