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Іван Франко

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19 June 2015


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Banalize: Bash static code analyzerDBIx::Report::ExcelShell settings, AKA dotfilesNagios Monitoring for Couchbase serverNagira: RESTful API for NagiosStartpack for Github pages developmentWeb iPhoto

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Україномовний блог Витрішки - блог про все, крім роботи. Цикл статей "Літо на півночі Японії" з цього блогу тепер опублікований у Витрішках

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iPhoto and files permission Is MacOSX 10.9 == MacOS 9.x? Running Chef roles from Capistrano und Capiche Github & Jekyll: Speeding up Jekyll siteGithub & Jekyll: More experience with Jekyll and setup changesBuild new hosts with Capistrano and Chef Request Tracker: More about custom CSS for RT4Ruby 2 test drive Nagira v0.2.5 release It's UNIX my dear Watson

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Nagira @TLUG, 2012Rspec and Guard


Ярило Yarylo, Jarilo me @ github me @ CPAN Dmytro (CV)

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Series: Request Tracker

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RT, Request Tracker is a great tool but not the easiest one to use, and certainly not among the prettiest. Some custimizations and development for RT made by me in the course of using and adapring RT for my own taste.

RT4 can be less ugly

This article is Part 1 in a 2-Part Series. (18 July 2012)

RT4 has added possibility to have custom user CSS. This addition to CSS make system actions to stand out less: smaller fonts, and less contrast.

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More about custom CSS for RT4

This article is Part 2 in a 2-Part Series. (15 May 2013)

I've received a question to my previous blog - [RT can be less ugly](/2012/07/18/rt-custom-css.html). Question basically was, OK I have CSS, now where do I add it?

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дмитро ковальов
dmytro @ github