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Metin Amiroff 7 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 7 years ago 3
Please add ability to optionally showi a vertical line (margin) when wrap_width is set to a particular width..
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katenhoo 4 years ago 0
Congratulations. You bought insurance through one of the online Affordable Care Act exchanges, possibly after days or weeks of trying to get the site to work.
Don’t relax. Joining the plan is only the first challenge. Now you have to understand it.
Policies sold through the online portals — to more than 3 million people so far — cover essential benefits and put a cap on your out-of-pocket medical costs.
But you need to follow the rules. And the boilerplate explanation you got from the insurance company may be hard to understand.
What do members need to know about these plans that they probably don’t?

Carry your membership card everywhere.
Make copies. It’ll save huge amounts of hassle if you have an unexpected doctor or hospital visit.

Understand your plan’s doctor and hospital network.
Insurance companies negotiate participation and payment rates with a network of providers to control costs.
“A lot of these exchange plans, in order to stay affordable, have much smaller networks than people are used to,” says Nancy Metcalf, a senior editor for Consumer Reports. For many new members, “just because their friend has a plan and can go to a particular hospital doesn’t mean that they necessarily can.”
You can check a plan’s directory – either online or often part of the documents you receive when you enroll – to find out if specific physicians are part of your network. You can call doctors’ offices to confirm, too.

Stay in the network!
The health law says that, once you join a qualified plan, you won’t pay more out of pocket per year than $6,350 for an individual and $12,700 for a family.
But this applies only to in-network care. Whether you’re in an HMO that pays almost no out-of-network benefits or a PPO that covers some, the pocketbook protections don’t apply if you use a non-network doc or hospital.
Non-network providers also frequently bill you far more than what they charge patients intheir networks for the same procedure.

Try to stay in-network even if it’s for emergency care.
Insurance plans do have to pay for non-network emergency visits under the health law. If you’re in a car crash far from home you can’t be picky about which hospital saves your life.
But non-network hospitals often “balance-bill” the difference between what your plan pays and what they charge, which is often much more.

Avoid all emergency rooms unless it’s really an emergency.
Traditionally, health plans came with a modest copayment for an emergency visit – maybe $150.
But many policies sold under the health law, even those in the more expensive “gold” category, not only have ER copays of several hundred dollars but also subject ER charges to the overall deductible. (Copays are flat fees for specific services. Deductibles are what you pay out of pocket before the insurance kicks in.)
That means you could be billed for the full cost of an emergency visit — up to the out-of-pocket limit.
“This is a huge difference and will really hurt the unsuspecting person,” says John Jaggi, an Illinois insurance broker. “We’re putting a lot more people into that exposure here.”
Broken leg? Head to the hospital. Sprained ankle? Maybe wait until the urgent care center or doctor’s office opens.

Pay monthly premiums on time and accurately.
Do not mess around. Pay your premium,” admonishes Karen Pollitz, a consumer specialist at the Kaiser Family Foundation. (KHN is an editorially independent project of the foundation.) “Otherwise that will be the end of you and you won’t get to sign up again until the next open season.”
(Open enrollment for 2014 coverage ends March 31. Open enrollment for 2015 begins Nov. 15.)
Even underpaying the premium by a few cents could give the insurance company grounds to kick you off, she said. Insurers allow a brief grace period if you get behind — somewhat longer if you’re receiving premium subsidies — but they will terminate coverage for nonpayment.

Register online with your new insurance company.
Insurance sites are good for tracking claims. Increasingly they also let you shop around for the best deals on non-emergency treatment.
“Your health plan might pay one imaging center half what it pays another imaging center,” Metcalf said. “That’s really important if you’ve got a big deductible.”

Save paperwork. Make sure you really owe what doctors and hospitals bill you for.
“Now is a good time to become a pack rat,” says Pollitz. “If you’ve got any concern, it really is worth it to make a call and get them to explain what they did.”

If you don’t get satisfaction from providers or insurers, try regulators.
Check the insurer’s explanation of benefits detailing your claims. It may show a phone number for a consumer assistance program in your state to help deal with medical coverage.
Here is a list of consumer assistance programs. This list has contact information for state insurance departments and other regulators.

Do read the plan’s summary of benefits and coverage.
“Get it and print it out, because that has the details of your plan,” says Metcalf. “How it works. What do you have to pay in order to go to a primary care doctor? Is it before or after the deductible?
“How big is your deductible? How much does it cost to go to the emergency room?”
It’s not like reading John Grisham. But the subjects – your health and your money — are really important.

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Алексей Архипов 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
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723760950 5 years ago 0

Program to start too slow

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Juarez Mota 6 years ago 0

I'm a heavy user of Notepad++, and the thing I miss most in Sublime Text 2 is Shift+Tab 

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Scott Bowers 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
The IBM shortcuts for cut/copy/paste doesn't work.  I started having this problem with a build within the past month, but it took me a while to realize that I wasn't finger-fumbling and its actually a bug in sublime 2.

cut: Shift + Delete
copy: Control + Insert
paste: Shift + Insert

These shortcuts are a must-have for programmers. Ubuntu 11.10 x64, build 2190.
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Alex Pirine 6 years ago • updated by Joel Thornton 6 years ago 3
As a TextMate user, a great feature I am missing in Sublime Text 2 is a clipboard that remembers previously copied items.

In TextMate it is very easy to select a few words you need to copy from one document, and then paste each one of them at the right place using Cmd + Shift + V.

I would buy if this feature, among with other improvements, was implemented.
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Daniele Conti 5 years ago 0

for example, plugin installing, plugins infos and such

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-ML- 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
after changing a word with "cw" (change word) the command-repeater "." only repeats the last character instead of changing the next word. Same is for "ct" (change to). Is this possible to fix with the vintage implementation?
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Anouchka van Riel 5 years ago 0
We imported the video as a quicktime and imported the text as a txt file. At the beginning of our feature, some of the text does not match picture in the viewer and we cannot fix it manually. The viewer shows video in the wrong order for the first 2 minutes. Can anybody help with this? Thank you
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peaks 5 years ago 0
After the latest update I can't type semicolons in PHP files anymore. When I try to type in one, it just selects some text above in the document.
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Peter K 5 years ago 0


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Joe DF 5 years ago 0

For example, some don't like autocomplete tips, tabs in titlebar, and others do..
But if its optional, anybody can choose what they want! :D
It would satisfy everybody! Adding profiles, saving these optionss. :)
This will be very interesting!

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Martin Mitáš 5 years ago • updated by Chris Broumley 5 years ago 1

Most API documentation today is available on the net. It would be cool to support web search for this. For example consider this use case:

Step 1) In some config file, user can define new seach pattern, e.g. "https://www.google.com/webhp?q=site%3Amsdn.microsoft.com+@SelectedText@" and assign it some hot-key (e.g. <alt>+<f1>)

Step 2) Select some text in a source code (e.g. CreateWindow)

Step 3) Activate the search by hot key.

Step 4) SublimeText would open a browser with the URL defined by the pattern and the currently selected text.

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Dragan Espenschied 5 years ago 0
The Kate text editor for KDE uses a similar layout of the sidebar, displaying a list of files. Based on their last modification time, the files get different background colors. The most recently edited gets a quite bright background color that fades when edits are made in other files. This is very handy to quickly the spot the two or three files inside a project that need editing today.
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Pouledodue 5 years ago 0

Sometimes the password prompt pop and I enter the admin password.

It it ok.


The problem is it seems the prompt pop every 5 minutes. Why?



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Kris Rye 5 years ago • updated by Fredrik Ehnbom 5 years ago 1
Search the header files which are included (specifically C and C++) for the keyword which is partially typed, akin to the feature which is already added which displays only those which have already been typed, but only broadening the search scope to the headers which were included.
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chloe conway 4 years ago 0
http://www.quora.com/Anny-Blake/Posts/10-tips-to-make-sure-Obamacare-works-for-you

What do members need to know about these plans that they probably don't?

1. Carry your membership card everywhere.
Make copies. It'll save huge amounts of hassle if you have an unexpected doctor or hospital visit.

2. Understand your plan's doctor and hospital network.
Insurance companies negotiate participation and payment rates with a network of providers to control costs.

"A lot of these exchange plans, in order to stay affordable, have much smaller networks than people are used to," saysNancy Metcalf, a senior editor for Consumer Reports. For many new members, "just because their friend has a plan and can go to a particular hospital doesn't mean that they necessarily can."
You can check a plan's directory - either online or often part of the documents you receive when you enroll - to find out if specific physicians are part of your network. You can call doctors' offices to confirm, too.

3. Stay in the network.
The health law says that, once you join a qualified plan, you won't pay more out of pocket per year than $6,350 for an individual and $12,700 for a family. But this applies only to in-network care. Whether you're in an HMO that pays almost no out-of-network benefits or a PPO that covers some, the pocketbook protections don't apply if you use a non-network doc or hospital.
Non-network providers also frequently bill you far more than what they charge patients in their networks for the same procedure.

4. Try to stay in-network even if it's for emergency care.
Insurance plans do have to pay for non-network emergency visits under the health law. If you're in a car crash far from home, you can't be picky about which hospital saves your life.
But non-network hospitals often "balance-bill" the difference between what your plan pays and what they charge, which is often much more.

5. Avoid all emergency rooms unless it's really an emergency.
Traditionally, health plans came with a modest copayment for an emergency visit - maybe $150.
But many policies sold under the health law, even those in the more expensive "gold" category, not only have ER copays of several hundred dollars but also subject ER charges to the overall deductible. (Copays are flat fees for specific services. Deductibles are what you pay out of pocket before the insurance kicks in.)
That means you could be billed for the full cost of an emergency visit - up to the out-of-pocket limit.
"This is a huge difference and will really hurt the unsuspecting person," says John Jaggi, an Illinois insurance broker. "We're putting a lot more people into that exposure here."
Broken leg? Head to the hospital. Sprained ankle? Maybe wait until the urgent care center or doctor's office opens.


6. Pay monthly premiums on time and accurately.
"Do not mess around. Pay your premium," admonishes Karen Pollitz, a consumer specialist at theKaiser Family Foundation. (KHN is an editorially independent project of the foundation.) "Otherwise that will be the end of you and you won't get to sign up again until the next open season."
(Open enrollment for 2014 coverage ends March 31. Open enrollment for 2015 begins Nov. 15.)
Even underpaying the premium by a few cents could give the insurance company grounds to kick you off, she said. Insurers allow a brief grace period if you get behind - somewhat longer if you're receiving premium subsidies - but they will terminate coverage for nonpayment.

7. Register online with your new insurance company.
Insurance sites are good for tracking claims. Increasingly they also let you shop around for the best deals on non-emergency treatment.
"Your health plan might pay one imaging center half what it pays another imaging center," Metcalf said. "That's really important if you've got a big deductible."

8. Save paperwork. Make sure you really owe what doctors and hospitals bill you for.
"Now is a good time to become a pack rat," says Pollitz. "If you've got any concern, it really is worth it to make a call and get them to explain what they did."

9. If you don't get satisfaction from providers or insurers, try regulators.
Check the insurer's explanation of benefits detailing your claims. It may show a phone number for a consumer assistance program in your state to help deal with medical coverage.
This list has contact information for state insurance departments and other regulators.

10. Do read the plan's summary of benefits and coverage.
"Get it and print it out, because that has the details of your plan," says Metcalf. "What do you have to pay in order to go to a primary care doctor? Is it before or after the deductible? How big is your deductible? How much does it cost to go to the emergency room?"
It's not like reading John Grisham. But the subjects - your health and your money - are really important.

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Gernot Kogler 6 years ago 0