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Srsly ?. Who ffs thought it would be a good idea to change an images aspect ratio just to get it on the screen?

@shine @m455
Oh yeah, didn't read everything before posting.. :D

Other possibility is to create a file in $VIMCONFIG/ftplugin/txt.vim or markdown.vim
These files are only loaded for the specific file types

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Oh we go again with the berries and the life cycle. Another whoknowshowmanyboostscomingup


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

via @lubuntu

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OH: "If the USA saw what is going on in the USA, the USA would invade the USA to free the USA from the USA."

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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.

quickie: You can set up abbreviations, which will be expanded automatically by .
Set up with `iab abbr Abbreviation`. When you type 'abbr' in insert mode, 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.

@meine Thats exactly what I always need but never remember.

@dschense Sag bloß nicht "das bisschen Software' zu :D Egal wie lange man damit arbeitet, man findet immer wieder was neues. Z.B. kann man mit `ge` an das Ende des vorherigen Wortes springen. Oder mit `iab abk Abkürzung` kann man eine Abkürzung erstellen, die nach der Eingabe von 'abk <Space>' automatisch das lange Wort einfügt. Und und und :D

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This is a great way to present your content 📚 and ideas 💭 on the Internet: Web Design in 4 minutes 🐝

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" aims to be musician friendly database of linux available software and plugins (taking kvr as an example but with better linux world coverage)
Only linux native software/plugin are in database, we dont wanna focus on wine-related stuff, as we would fall into every other vst database.
Each software/plugin in the database was runned successfully under either ardour, carla (DSSI) or standalone."

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„Alle Berliner, die sich schnelleres Internet wünschen, können sich hier im Portal melden.“

Wäre es andersherum nicht sinnvoller gewesen?

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Dear USGS, why do I have to first download a tool before I can download files from your site 'in bulk'? What is so wrong about plain old HTTP(s) downloads and zipping several files on the server on the fly?

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So many people around me unixize their thinkpad i forget they come with windows

Varför använda du $(whoami) och inte bara ~ eller $HOME? Har det en speciellt skäl?

Man darf aber auch nicht vergessen, daß Arbeit nur ein Teil (wenn auch großer) des Lebens ist. Nach der arbeit geht's dann (hoffentlich) in ein gefestigtes soziales Netz, auch um sich wieder zu erholen. Das kann man beim Umzug nicht einfach mitnehmen.
Persönliche Erfahrung: ich bin einmal für einen Job umgezogen (war auch wirklich weit :D), dort wurde ich dann aber nicht glücklich, weil mir das soziale Umfeld nicht gefiel. Nahe der Arbeit zu wohnen ist Luxus.

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Just found out that Sweden once had emergency storage of food, water, medicine, fuel, and gas masks enough to last the entire population for 6-12 months in the event of war or natural disasters. I mostly knew that part.

I didn't know they had a whole system of making sure it was kept fresh and usable, which is great obviously, but crucially it only cost 20 SEK per person and year. That's around ~2 EUR/USD, or a total of around 200 million SEK at current population levels.

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