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  1. Re: Creating script to adjust the brightness level of the monitor

    I use this script I call 'powermode'. I call it with either:

    disable
    powermode d

    partial
    powermode p

    all
    powermode a
  2. [other] mod4/modkey problems with fresh awesome install on jaunty

    I'm trying to upgrade my laptop to jaunty and decided to do a fresh install. Running awesome 3.2.1 from a PPA.

    This is an upgrade from my intrepid install running 3.1-rc2.

    The problem is that...
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    [all variants] Re: HOWTO Build Awesome 3

    There's a PPA in launchpad that works great. I just started using Awesome this week.

    https://launchpad.net/~ericdrex/+archive
  4. Re: [Python]Pythonic multi-line comments?

    It's the convention.

    http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/

    Check out the section headered "Comments"
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    [ubuntu] Re: Really slooooow 8.10 upgrade

    As long as it's in the downloading stage you're fine. Just kill it and start the upgrade again later.

    If it's actually applying the updates, let'er roll.
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    [all variants] Re: openbox with urxvt

    Thanks for the tip. How do you get your url handler to work? What is the key or action needed to fire it for a url? I have the config lines for it and see in your config it's button 1...but what is...
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    [all variants] openbox with urxvt

    I've got two problems working on getting my openbox setup in hardy.

    First, I'm trying out rxvt which seems to rock. I just can't get the scrollback working at all. I can find no keystroke or...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up AwesomeWM 2.1

    Yea, it's 2.3.2. I've submitted a bug to the package and see if anything comes of it. I had hoped to just try it out a bit before deciding if it would be worth it to go through the additional work to...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up AwesomeWM 2.1

    Anyone tried out the package in Intrepid? I've installed awesome and I'm working on some of the config tweaks, but it doesn't seem like it's reading my .awesomerc on load. I can select the awesome...
  10. Thread: Php Classes

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    Re: Php Classes

    If you don't have any really heavy speed requirements, also check out some of the existing DB libraries. I like Doctrine, http://www.doctrine-project.org/

    but it can be a bit slow if you do a ton...
  11. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    Yea, there's a known cpu bug that is fixed in dev, but not released yet. Hold on or try it from bzr.
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    Re: Webkit for python

    Check out gwibber: http://launchpad.net/gwibber

    I uses pywebkit to render and should be a good example for you
  13. Re: [Python] is building strings with append really best?

    Here you go, direct reference to the patch:
    http://www.python.org/dev/summary/2006-10-01_2006-10-15/#string-concatenation



    which seems to stand up to your observations.
  14. Re: [Python] is building strings with append really best?

    From what I'm reading it looks like they made some big improvements to string concat in 2.5. This seems to be the cause of the difference from what you're expected.
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    Re: [python]logging output and displaying

    I don't know about that, I mean why find/replace through your code when you can just redirect stdout and avoid all that?

    http://www.faqs.org/docs/diveintopython/kgp_stdio.html

    Definite thing...
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    Re: [Python] Easy Date Arithmetic?

    This is my favorite date/time python bookmark and it should show you the date diff stuff you want:
    http://pleac.sourceforge.net/pleac_python/datesandtimes.html
  17. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    Gnome Do uses the gnome-open command line tool to open files and such. gnome-open uses your /etc/alternatives and such for determining which application to use for different file types. You'll need...
  18. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    Feel free :)
  19. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    doh, yea sorry. Was blazing through posts there and I see you want is desktop shortcuts not Gnome Do shortcuts. Glad you got it working.
  20. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    Yes, there are issues with other WM. There's a bit of hackery to do things like grab the keyboard focus, show over all windows, etc. It doesn't do well on other window managers and there just aren't...
  21. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    I don't know that nautilus changes the settings in /etc/alternatives. Stick to checking out update-alternatives and it should work out.
  22. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    The nice thing is that Gnome Do is more than just a launcher. Even at that, it learns your actions over time so I can run firefox with just

    ctrl-space f <enter>

    Check out the list of plugins...
  23. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    If you're using 0.5, launch Gnome Do and look for the arrow in the upper right corner of the screen. In there should be a "preferences" menu and the second tab is for shortcuts. Setup a new shortcut...
  24. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    1) It's because of the defaults setup in the OS. We use gnome-open to figure out which app to launch things with. Google /etc/alternatives and update-alternatives for methods of updating that list to...
  25. Thread: Gnome-Do

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    Re: Gnome-Do

    Try it, just don't go asking for features in QS. The team has maintained from day 1 that Gnome Do != Quicksilver and has its own goals/methods.

    The ui and the general concept if very similar...
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