Facts, though. http://www.threepanelsoul.com/comics/1564982827-651.png
LibreWolf: like Firefox, but better! - Linux app pick https://share.tube/videos/watch/a8493008-a9b9-4de6-8e8a-5aac70f6e45a
I got a badge on my #GitHub profile for contributing source code to their Arctic Code Vault.
I'm assuming some version of SwashRL was archived. I couldn't find a way to browse what code repositories are actually being stored or what version of the source code has been recorded, and I'm pretty small fish compared to most of the other people who got archived, so I don't know for sure. Still, it's pretty cool to know that five years of off-and-on work will be preserved, even if it's unfinished.
🍂 I'm enhancing old artworks for a special artbook project: tweaking color for CMYK, adding bleeds, painting more details and resizing them for my desktop publishing in Scribus. It's a long process but very rewarding. Here is one of my fav with a new background:
I love how #xfce allows me to find simple solutions to common display problems.
I have a second monitor that I plug into my laptop for Discord chats and gaming, but it's not always plugged in and the system isn't great about saving configurations, so occasionally adjusting it causes windows to migrate outside of my screen slightly.
On Windows this would require I restart the programs for those windows, but on an xfce interface I just right-click in the taskbar and press "move" and it works.
unpopular opinions, fearmongering
Speaking as a homosexual, please stop trying to make me fear straight people. It's insulting. Stop trying to correct homophobia by generating a culture of fear. You're not helping anyone.
Furthermore, stop trying to make straight people feel guilty for shit they didn't do. These people are my friends and they have done nothing to me; they've gone to great pains already to make me feel welcome, unlike the people who want to make us afraid to live in this world.
Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to well-known software
How to switch from goog, bezos, fb, msoft, twit et alia.
Some people still don't know. Help them out.
I tried three goddamn times to compile a fresh copy of #Godot and it failed at the last hurdle every time. Apparently it can't find a certain OpenGL library or something. If I try with the #LLVM compiler instead it says it can't find clang++, a program I've never heard of and which apt apparently can't find.
I could use the Steam version, I suppose, but I lose a lot of convenience if I can't compile my own versions without any of the modules I don't need, so this is really frustrating.
Had a bunch of problems figuring out what partitions I needed. The installed system booted, but for some reason I couldn't run any applications.
I'll try again later. I'm pretty sure I can get Void working, I just need to do more research.
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