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awarded Supporter
Apr
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answered Linux Mint 12 - how to open a .zip file in terminal
Mar
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answered Using Live Reload with Jekyll
Mar
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awarded Supporter
Mar
21
comment Order an array with Jekyll / liquid template
Jekyll 1.4.3 depends on liquid 2.5.5 and apparently it has not been implemented yet. github.com/Shopify/liquid/pull/304
Mar
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awarded Yearling
Mar
18
comment RubyMine ignoring my Gemset
This answer worked well in my case - stackoverflow.com/a/10942563/297679
Mar
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awarded Announcer
Mar
14
comment ActiveRecord date format
It works on Rails3.2.17 + Mongoid.
Mar
10
comment Lock screen from command-line as same as Keychain Access does on OS X
On Xcode, I got No known instance method for selector '_lockScreenMenuHit:' by default but with compiling clang it worked!
Mar
10
accepted Lock screen from command-line as same as Keychain Access does on OS X
Mar
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comment iTerm 2 profiles
Apparently SetProfile=\a gives me the default profile back.
Feb
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awarded Caucus
Feb
11
comment Rails/Mongoid error messages in nested attributes
Note that this code will add the nested attributes to the end of the array of errors.
Feb
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awarded Necromancer
Feb
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comment Rails : new asset path for PDF's not being recognised
asset_path("xyz.pdf") worked with Rails3.2.
Feb
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comment Add folder to asset pipeline path?
Even though you have a subdirectory we only need its file name in view: link_to -, asset_path(filename)
Jan
22
comment How do you change the width and height of Twitter Bootstrap's tooltips?
In my case, setting both max-width and width worked well since .tooltip-inner was less than max-width (200px) although it had plenty of texts.
Dec
5
comment Lock screen from command-line as same as Keychain Access does on OS X
As the original answer mentioned the code brings sleep mode, not exactly the Lock Screen which normally would ask you password whether you've unchecked 'Require password' on Security & Privacy from System Preferences. Thanks for the comment though.
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