Frisco's policy in this case is: "Punish what you can't understand".
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You mean like the "-private" command line switch in IE (http://www.windowsvalley.com/internet-explorer-8-useful-command-line-arguments/)? Looks the same to me...
Microsoft built its browser so that users must deliberately turn on privacy settings every time they start up the software.
And how exactly is this different than what Chrome or Firefox does? Last time I checked, you had to actively enable the privacy feature for each session in all browsers...
Well, I live in Europe, so I don't have a States Vehicle Code. Not yet, anyway, but for now traffic law mostly remains in the hands of each member state.
So, if you'd like to visit someday and dive around a little, please keep in mnd that hitting a pedestrian always results in full responsibility on your part, even if said pedestrian is drunk out of his mind and throws himself on your vehicle. We have that thing in our Code that says "the driver MUST remain in control of his vehicle AT ALL TIMES", and they really mean it.
That may sound stupid, but it's not, actually. We also have 30 km/h (<20 mph) speed limits around most residential areas. That helps a lot.
Not where I live. Here, the old lady may be walking, jaywalking, dancing, tumbling or crawling, be it inside or outside of crossing sections, if you hit her, you're fully responsible.
Makes sense, actually. What about young children? Is it also their responsibility to yield where you live?
Of course they did. And I did not kill this man, I just failed to keep him alive.
Maybe that's confusing the browser.
$ which talk
which: no talk in (/usr/lib/colorgcc/bin:/usr/lib/ccache/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin:/opt/bin:/usr/i686-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/4.3.2:/usr/games/bin)
I guess a replacement was needed.
Anybody know how to confine the mouse cursor movement to a window (ie like VirtualBox) in Ubuntu 9.04?
Xlib has XGrabPointer(). GTK+ has gdk_pointer_grab(). SDL has SDL_WM_GrabInput(). Don't know about QT.
The BSA does not sue you for millions of dollars if you're infringing.