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comment Centering section with label and title on separate lines
[block] was the trick. Thanks for the answer
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accepted Centering section with label and title on separate lines
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revised Centering section with label and title on separate lines
formatting
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asked Centering section with label and title on separate lines
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answered Focus-follows-mouse (plus auto-raise) on Mac OS X
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comment How to add an extra column to an numpy array
This is more straightforward than the answer by @JoshAdel, but when dealing with large data sets, it is slower. I'd pick between the two depending on the importance of readability.
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revised Use terminal scrollbar with tmux
update for yosemite
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comment c++ thread-local storage clang-503.0.40 (Mac OSX)
@Michel: what version is that fixed in? Looks like there is still a problem in 3.5svn according to sft.its.cern.ch/jira/browse/ROOT-6524 .
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comment Why does Xcode 5 crash when debugging a Python C extension in a virtual env?
The edits to the script didn't work for me, but your advice is spot on: after signing the .Python and python files, Xcode behaved itself
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comment Error with appendPixelBuffer: withPresentationTime:
any comment back, or do you have the bug # to track?
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comment Format stdout as multi-column text
I'm trying to deal with single column data that I want to put into multiple columns. column is only useful for arranging multi-column data. ie: ls -1 | column -t doesn't re-arrange things to look like ls
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