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UPDATE 07/03/2013: Fixed a big problem, the backslash wasn't working on v 0.9b, please update to 0.9.1b, still a few bugs around. You can also change the Backslash entry by copy & paste: ASCII_5C = KEY_NON_US_100, MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT // 92 \ Hi I recently created a ch.properties file since the de.properties file is very different from the Layout in Switzerland, the official name for this Keyboard Layout is DE_ch / the one de.properties uses is DE_DE. Well, heres the Link if anyone has questions just ask. Git Link: https://gist.github.com/powerslaver85/5908465 Homepage: http://www.powerslave.ch/?p=146 The description is written in german, well i don't think someone who doesn't speak german uses a german Keyboard layout, so... Viel Spass Greetz Powerslave Visit http://www.powerslave.ch
Hi guys, I'm trying to learn bash scripting and I've got a little problem that I thought maybe you could help with. Here's the jest of it.... I have a command line tool called "xprop"that displays the properties of an image file. "xprop" results look something like this... Image_name: This is the file name. Image_Resolution: This is the image resolution. Image_Channels: This is the number of image channels. Channel_Types: This is the channel types. Bit_Depth: This is the bit depths. My question is, using this "xprop" script file, what do you think the best way would be to display only the File name and Resolution that the "xprop" script returns for all the image files in my current directory, and then send that output data to a new text document? Any help would be amazing! ;) Thanks for this channel. It's amazing! peace