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7:39 AM
Does anyone know where to place the code in this answer:


It allows "shift + space" to scroll up in `less` inside a terminal
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8:47 AM
@Riveascore The link you posted above is not complete.
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9:57 AM
@BeastOfCaerbannog Sorry about that, here it is:

10:32 AM
@Riveascore What terminal are you using?
BTW, in case you haven't found out, you can scroll back in less by pressing the b key.
As noted in other answers in the thread you posted, since this is a terminal setting ans not a less setting, setting Shift+space for scrolling back would break the feature of typing space while holding down the Shift key.
10:54 AM
I definitely feel you on that.
Though, what's the use of typing a space while holding shift?
Also, how do I set that terminal setting?
I tried using ~/.Xdefaults
But that didn't do anything for me.

I'm on Mac, but I use Ubuntu and CentOS frequently.
Instead of pressing the Caps-lock key, many people (many times myself included), press down Shift to type caps in the terminal and sometimes a space is needed to be typed. Keeping Shift pressed to type a space is handy in this case. If you are not one of those people, then it wouldn't matter for you, so you won't lose any functionality.
@Riveascore It depends on your terminal, that's why I asked about what terminal you are using.
The answer you posted works if you use urxvt as your terminal emulator.
11:16 AM
why is firefox not release cache in memory from long closed tabs
11:27 AM
@nobody No idea. Perhaps a leak? Have you tried the OneTab extension?
yes it seams to be a leak. Mabe it ist time to draw a newer version.
Nov 27 at 14:34, by nobody
I'm a little bit bored. Nothing to repair in my 3 OS.
@nobody I suppose you won't be bored now :)
@BeastOfCaerbannog me and my big mouth :(
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6:14 PM
Hey, guys what's up? Hope you are all doing well. I am going to set up a pc for myself and I wanted a little help. I have chosen this motherboard( Asus PRIME B250-PRO) Can someone review it? I just want to know other people's ideas about it. Especially the upgradability.
6:58 PM
Hi @Pythoniscool! I don't know much about motherboards, but from what I found online it looks like it is a relatively old model, which supports 6th and 7th generation Intel Core CPUs and a variety of GPUs, such as NVIDIA GTX 1050-Ti, NVIDIA GTX 1070, etc. These are not the best right now, but, depending on your needs, they might be more than enough. So, all depends on what you need to do with your setup and how much money you're willing to spend.
For generic tasks, programming and gaming with games of about two years ago it looks good to me. But I'm not an expert, so don't take my word for granted.

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