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comment How to determine what event is disabling Sticky Keys?
Thank you Edward. There are no other signs of a corrupt file system, and in fact the symptom is not that xkbset q shows the feature as disabled but rather that the feature really is disabled! The kxbset check is just to let me know the exact second that it gets disabled, which I was hoping would lead me to discovering what causes it to get disabled.
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asked How to determine what event is disabling Sticky Keys?
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answered Alias with input. Unix
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comment Parsing CSV to list of tuples without using CSV module
@RandosaurusRex: See my edited answer which addresses your data.
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revised Parsing CSV to list of tuples without using CSV module
Address OP's concern
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comment Parsing CSV to list of tuples without using CSV module
@RandosaurusRex: I would prefer to see the example file before giving a yes or a no, can you please add a few sample lines to the question? Thanks.
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answered Parsing CSV to list of tuples without using CSV module
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comment Antonym of benefit
That won't work as I am using the sentence to provide a counterpoint to Who would benefit from... and the identical sentence structure is key.
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comment Antonym of benefit
@Graffito: Thank you, that just might fit!
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answered How safe are Firefox addons from official mozilla.org site?
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comment Antonym of benefit
@FumbleFingers: Yes, I think you're right again. I'll use suffer, and you might as well make that an answer. Thank you!
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comment Antonym of benefit
I've found hurt, languish, and agonize. None are perfect, but we're getting closer. I may have to settle on one of these. I'm sure that Edgar Poe wouldn't!
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comment Antonym of benefit
@FumbleFingers: You're right, but suffer is still too strong. I'll go look up synonyms of suffer for a more suitable word.
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comment Antonym of benefit
@FumbleFingers: Thank you, but suffer has very negative connotations. I suppose that a slight negative connotation is unavoidable, but certainly a word as strong as suffer is too far. I'll add that to the question, thanks.
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