Fix MS Office Double Notifications

If your install for Office 365 left around a bunch of unwanted Office 2011 stuff — in particular if you’re tired of getting two office reminders for everything — then you can ditch Office 2011 in your trash bin and never look back.

Note: Don’t delete Office 2011 if you don’t want to be rid of all those apps. Sounds obvious, I know. If you plan on using the old versions of the apps for old documents then just don’t do these things.

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Column Mode versus Slow Mo’

Sublime Text’s column mode makes it really easy to create multiple cursors and make repetitive edits. This comes in handy all the time. 

On Mac, Sublime Text’s default key-binding for entering column mode conflicts with the system’s default key bindings for the “slow-mo” version of mission control.

I like mission control. I hate slow mo. Apparently you can’t have one bound to ctrl-up without the other bound to ctrl-shift-up.

Luckily it’s pretty easy to modify the sublime text shortcut from ctrl-shift-up (and down) to ctrl-alt-up (and down).

Just add the following bindings to your user key-bindings:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+up"], "command": "select_lines", "args": {"forward": false} },
{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+down"], "command": "select_lines", "args": {"forward": true} }

Of course, take care to get the line-ending-commas right if you already have bindings in that file.

I hope that helps you.