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Well.. I am lazy to write one.
rooms with less than 15 (I think) messages get deleted if they are inactive
 
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer, username similar to website in answer (127): KDE wallaper spanning/streching by wallpaperwoo on askubuntu.com
 
 
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9:23 AM
CV please:
thanks terdon i have got the problem fixed just changed the folder name from Sublime text to sublime text 3 — BlockchainMage 41 mins ago
non-reproducible
 
9:44 AM
hmmm... I'm not sure that is no-repro - seems like OP found the answer and others may have the same difficulty
(also, I am glad we do not have the policy here that U&L have of considering problems caused by a typo to be no-repro because I think it's a bad policy)
seems more like a mistake of thinking than of typing anyway
 
9:56 AM
@Zanna Depends on the typo. If it's a syntax error that others could make that's one thing, but questions like "why can't I open /etc/sources.lyst" or whatever don't seem very useful. Also, we do have that policy, it just doesn't mention typos explicitly but it's the same basic idea:
 
In this case, it's a user trying to open a file and giving the wrong file name. You could try to make it a broader, canonical question explaining that unlike Windows, Ubuntu is case sensitive when it comes to file names, but that would be a different question.
 
 
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8:02 PM
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I'm not sure if this should be an answer or a comment.
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Similar to the above, I'm not sure about this answer.
 
8:22 PM
I cannot understand why this would not be an answer. It looked OK to me even before my edit.
Hmmm. Maybe because the OP of the question wants a terminal with a specific feature? "Amongst the many features it adds the one I'm after is the "hotkey window", where you can overlay/hide a translucent terminal window at the touch of a button on the keyboard."
Well, Deepin Terminal provides this feature, as it can be seen in its webpage.
I asked the reviewer for clarification.
 
 
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