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Subject: [opensuse] Re: OpenSuSE 11.4: E17: carta: YaST (Administraitor Settings) FALLA
From: "Joe(theWordy)Philbrook" <jtwdyp@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2011 15:56:09 -0400
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Aparecería que en *Oct 1, Anton *Aylward dijo:

> Michael *S. *Dunsavage Dijo el siguiendo en 10/01/2011 02:32 PM:
> > En 10/01/2011 02:58 AM, Joe(*theWordy)*Philbrook escribió:
> > > * CRS : "no Puede Recordar *Sh^*Htuff" ----<*SNIP>----
> > hay ejercicios de memoria para aquello....Pero podrías, sabes, escribe
> > material abajo en un *notepad y mantener hojas de trampa....
> 
> *Ore Incluso *horror*de choque* hace las notas en un ordenador con un editor de texto[1]
> 
> [1] Si puedes recordar el *keystrokes y clave *bindings ...

Para un teclado *oriented persona no es tanto recordando el *keystrokes
y/o unos poseen escogidos clave *bindings que son duro de recordar.#default{^(Aunque admitiré que tengo un clave ligando que abre mi /.*e16/*bindings.*cfg Con menos
(en un *konsole) para recordarme de algunos del menos frecuentemente utilizado unos que yo
 haber *replicated tanto tan posible en *e17, y/o cualesquier versiones de *kde
o *xfce que pueden ser instalado.)}  Oh Y *BTW mi /.*vimrc Tiene un ligando que
abre mi .*vimrc Con menos para la misma razón... 

Qué "_ES_" duro de recordar es el *durned *pathname del *appropriate archivo
de notas... IE si no tuve el encima mencionado *shortcut, podría haber
tomado un rato para recordar el nombre de camino preciso del *e16 *bindings archivo.

No te puedo decir cuánto tiempo yo justo necesitado una mirada en alguna nota había
hecho#unknown{^*plus 5 más nom_to_inf
It would appear that on Oct 1, Anton Aylward did say:

> Michael S. Dunsavage said the following on 10/01/2011 02:32 PM:
> > On 10/01/2011 02:58 AM, Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote:
> > > * CRS : "Can't Remember Sh^Htuff" ----<SNIP>----
> > There's memory exercises for that....but you could, you know, write
> > stuff down on a notepad and keep cheat sheets....
> 
> Ore even *shock*horror* make the notes on a computer with a text editor[1]
> 
> [1] If you can remember the keystrokes and key bindings ...

For a keyboard oriented person it's not so much remembering the keystrokes
and/or ones own chosen key bindings that are hard to remember. {(Though I will
admit that I have a key binding that opens my ~/.e16/bindings.cfg with less
(in a konsole) to remind me of some of the less frequently used ones that I
would have replicated as much as possible in e17, and/or any versions of kde
or xfce that may be installed.)}  Oh and BTW my ~/.vimrc has a binding that
opens my .vimrc with less for the same reason... 

What "_IS_" hard to remember is the durned pathname of the appropriate notes
file... IE if I didn't have the above mentioned shortcut, it might have
taken a while to remember the precise path name of the e16 bindings file.

I can't tell you how many times I just needed a glance at some note I'd
made {plus 5 more minutes} to finish a 20 minute task (that I'd probably spent
an hour on) But had to give up, after 3 hrs of searching for the durned note
that I'm sure I wouldn't have deleted, when my non-computer literate lady
threatened to name my computer as corespondent in a divorces case {this in
spite of the fact that neither of us recycled divorcees believe in the
institution enough anymore to get legally hitched...} But looking at the
clock, I knew that trying to tell her I hadn't even found the time to check my
e-mail yet, just wasn't going to fly... 

True story, But I think this is getting way too off topic and I don't want to
annoy those people who seem to think that the OpenSuSE list should be for
discussion about using OpenSuSE, or at least the computer... After all some of
them might be the ones I need help from someday, so if anyone would like to
continue this discussion you are more than welcome to take it off list. Of
course since I'm using gmane... It's:  jtwdyp (at) ttlc.net 

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