So I finally gave in and installed Ubuntu 12.04 on my desktop computer. Until now it was running Ubuntu 11.04, because I loathe Unity and Gnome 3 but I was starting to feel the need to have more up-to-date libraries and programs.
Fortunately I found out that I can avoid going insane, having the "classic" Gnome interface with pretty much the same look-and-feel as I was used to from Gnome 2, with a very simple change:
sudo apt-get install gnome-sesion-fallback
So after some time bashing my head against the wall, I finally figured out how to override specific panel panes in Drupal.
Panels comes with a template file called "panels-pane.tpl.php" but you can't simply create a "panels-pane--my-pane.tpl.php" to override it, like you can with core template files or views.
This means you have to use a function to override the theme suggestion.
If you use Ubuntu (and this probably happens in other Linux ditros as well) and soapUI spits out a
Exception in thread "XpcMessageLoop" java.lang.NullPointerException, here's a simple "fix" for it: edit
bin/soapui.sh and uncomment the line
# JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Dsoapui.jxbrowser.disable=true"
so that it becomes
What is BCC?
BCC: (Blind Carbon Copy) is an email field to which you can add several recipients, while the addresses remain hidden from everyone, unlike the addresses placed in the To: or CC: (Carbon Copy) fields, which are visible to anyone who reads the message.
Why should I use the BCC field?
Update 19/05/2013: Andy pointed out in a comment here that there's an easier way to do this with current versions of Chrome.
- Go to
- Enable the flag "Override software rendering list".
- Restart Chrome
Just like Andy points out, this «accomplishes the same thing, but via Chrome/Chromium settings and it is saved so doesn't require running via terminal or editing a shortcut parameters.» Thanks for the tip, Andy!
- Turn on the Speakers and allow the page to load fully;
- Stare at the Picture without laughing for 60 seconds;
- If you start laughing, consider yourself legally insane.
This one is quite old but I find it such a precious gem, that I'm replicating it here, just in case it gets lost on the web. :)