Hej @selea ,
I just read your post about the future of linux.pizza, and I'm sad to hear, that some services will disappear. But I completely understand why you are doing this, and I think it's the right step.
Tack för allt och lycka till!
I'm obsessed with Knight Rider for 8
Hej! Mitt namn är inte Gunter och jag lyssnar inte på gabber musik. Tysk från hamburg. Jag känner bara till tre ord på svenska. Förlåt! #introduction
Immer wieder faszinierend, in welch hinrerweichenden Bereichen Computer arbeiten:
Please consider writing your hashtags in upper camelcase so screen readers have a chance at figuring them out.
#whyistayonmastodon sounds like an giant undecipherable mess of sounds.
#WhyIStayOnMastodon reads out "Why I Stay On Mastodon" 😄
(Reason #44 I stay here: my previous requests like this have been generally well-received, proving that most people are awesome.)
Srsly #github?. Who ffs thought it would be a good idea to change an images aspect ratio just to get it on the screen?
I can absolutely confirm this. Lubuntu brings all niceties of a full fledged, qt/KDE based desktop environment, and has great out if the box support for different window managers like awesomewm
fun with linux
I have the Zoom client installed on my computer (the only things I use it for don't need encryption). And every time I leave the computer for any length of time, when I come back, the Zoom client has started on its own.
It's not a specific interval. It's not a specific time. It just seems to be any time I'm away from the computer for more than 15 minutes; when I wake the computer back up, Zoom's sitting there, waiting.
I check running daemons, I poke at background tasks - nothing.
Finally, it occurs to me: "when I wake the computer up". So on a hunch, I check xscreensaver - which has an oooold screensaver called "zoom". I don't have that screensaver installed, but it's listed in the possible screensavers, so xscreensaver checks for it - and it doesn't just check the screensavers directory, it checks $PATH too.
I remove the "zoom" line from ~/.xscreensaver - and the problem goes away.
#vim quickie: You can set up abbreviations, which will be expanded automatically by #vim.
Set up with `iab abbr Abbreviation`. When you type 'abbr' in insert mode, #vim will expand 'abbr' after a <spave> with the long word, in this case 'Abbreviation'.
Set up different abbreviations for ftypes by adding them to the respective files in `$VIM_CONFIG/ftplugin/`, for example `~/.config/nvim/ftplugin/markdown.vim` for markdown files.
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