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- What Happened to the Propagation of Dates in Project?
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- Undelay Typing in Office 2013
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I use Rhythmbox to play music on my hi-fi system. There is a command line element for Rhythmbox called rhythmbox-client. This element can be used to initiate a series of commands in Rhythmbox. The problem is that these commands end … Continue reading
I have already written posts on splitting and converting from either album-length APE files or album-length FLAC files into track-length FLAC files. (My post on converting APE files; my post on splitting APE files; my post on splitting FLAC files. … Continue reading
I have been earnestly studying BASH for a while now, but I recently came across something that will be very useful and I thought I’d pass it along. Famously enough I run Ubuntu (a Debian-based distribution of Linux). This is … Continue reading
I have written a few backup scripts by now. Every time I do I find a new interesting challenge somewhere in the task. As such I’d like to talk a little about my most recent backup script and offer my … Continue reading
I fixed my dad’s Windows box and after getting it all set up I figured I would create a backup image based on the completed build, installations, and updates. A nice best-of restore point, eh? So I booted the machine … Continue reading
A while back I wrote a post on renaming FLAC files to include their associated disc numbers. For example, if you have a file from disc 1 named “01 – Track Name.flac” my script would change it to “01.01 – … Continue reading
You may come across individual APE files which you would like to convert to FLAC files. This can be especially useful if you have an album FLAC and an accompanying CUE file and you are having trouble getting the APE … Continue reading