In the Projects sidebar of Netbeans, when you start typing letters a partial name match is done on files being displayed the sidebar (a sort of quickfind just by typing, not the ctrl+f find dialog box).
My question is pretty straight-forward, is there a way in Notepad++ to expand and collapse blocks with keyboard shortcut? I already know about the alt+0 and alt+shift+0 to expand / collapse all blocks but i want to achieve this for a single block.
The behavior i want to reproduce is when you click the little +/- symbol near a code or xml block but with keyboard only.
In previous Ubuntu nautilus supports drag and drop folder adding a bookmark to left sidebar. But Ubuntu 12.04 Precise doesn’t support this drag and drop adding nautilus sidebar shortcuts. This brief tutorial will show you how to add bookmarks/folders to nautilus sidebar in Ubuntu 12.04.
1. Launch nautilus and open a folder, then press Ctrl+D or navigate to Bookmarks -> Add Bookmarks menu.
I have recently hidden my sidebar, and I cannot for the life of me figure out where its gone to. Any suggestions as where to find it. Not only is my sidebar gone, but dash software finder libre a whole slew of apps. Please help
I followed the tutorial lifehacker gave about dual-booting win 7 and ubuntu but when I come to ubuntu I can't remove my inner documents and music libraries in favour of my common libraries store in another partition. How can I remove them from sidebar? should I ask for extra permissions or type my password anywhere? thanks
edit: I have no problem accessing the storage or accessing my files.
How does one interactively rename an IMAP folder within the mutt MUA? Currently, if I want to change a folder name, I use the gmail web browser interface, but this is rather inefficient. Is there an equivalent of the unix mv command in mutt?
When I search for this topic on google, the search results pertain to renaming local mutt folders and files like .muttrc.