Okay, so I've looked everywhere. I've even looked at videos that SHOW where the setting is supposed to be. When I look myself, it's not there. My provider is Sprint. What should I do?
I've always used the provider their dns CP for my domain zointer ...,
but now I want to use it through DA so I checked the setting and leave it for what it is, as I noted in the beginning setup in DA.
But the site zointer.be is not reachable for a few days(4days), i set it back to provider cp because it has to work for my mails.
I check through intodns then I have some errors, the first
The title basically says it all - in Vim, my tab's show up as ^I, and I'm wondering if anybody knows why this might be. This is especially annoying when using :o to open a file, as the autocomplete does not function. I've looked all over but haven't been able to find anything, it even occurs with a blank .vimrc file.
So I was in the Crapple store (I really REALLY hate that place) trying to find a stable OS that has support for everything I need for a business. I want an OS that feels like Gnome3, but will run Peachtree, Quickbooks, Photoshop (Wine support is meh right now), pretty much the entire CS3 suite, and other stuff.
Somewhere there is a setting that allows me to choose between the <alt> key and the "windows logo" key as the <super> key. The upgrade from v11.2 has changed it to the default <alt> key and I cannot find where the setting is.