I've been upgraded to gnome-shell 3.11.2 for several weeks now but have been unable to install any extensions through the gnome extensions website. I usually wait several days for the extensions devs to update the extensions to the newest gnome shell, but I have been unable to even view any extensions for a few weeks now.
Please bear with me; I'm a developer, not a server admin. My company wants to explore using Magento. They've handed me a pre-configured Linux server with apache and PHP installed, but when I try to run the Magento setup, it tells me that there are PHP extensions that need to be loaded.
I have an app that shows some videos, some of them have capital letters extensions and the app requests the video as they have small letters extensions
Is there any way to make ".mp4" equals ".MP4" ?
so when the app looks for ".MP4" the video which has ".mp4" will be played
I want to hide all file extensions except for certain extensions/types. Is this possible?
I don't like the clutter of file extensions but as a developer I find it helpful to know the extensions of some types, like .htm vs. .html, and sometimes I change the extensions of certain types, like .apk to .zip.
Every few weeks, I like to browse the OpenOffice.org Extensions site to see what is available, and what people are using.New extensions that are both useful and well-designed seem to be getting few and far between. However, if you search patiently, you can still find extensions worth trying.Below, i ...