@fribbledom clearly, people who want veggie burgers are not interested in eating four veggie patties slathered in cheese and mayo at once
Apparently some jackasses are passing around the idea that #COVID19 is spreading due to 5G cell towers. I don't know why or how they think that could be the case, and I don't want to.
A downside to the democratization of knowledge is that all ideas are *not* valid and worthy of discussion. A lot of them are flat-out stupid.
that joy of being able to read an article on a site that employs js based ad blocker detection but doesn't hide its content behind that js condition check. it's even more fun when you need not even turn on Reader mode and you can honestly see ADs...just empty placeholders with the word AD in them.
being able to disable js in a browser is a big plus
come to think about it, all that space of nothingness is what most sites (but not the examples I had in mind) leave out for advertisers to make some money...for them as well. what if the majority of the web turned out to be pay per view? do you think it will be the lack of content or lack of subscribers? it's always easy to shift the blame. I don't think the general population (me included) really knows how to price content as they should be...they have to ask upfront. a minimum at least.
You know that feeling when you get on a skateboard and you push yourself forward with that one foot on the road pushing back hard for maximum velocity?
Yeah, that's not how a user should aim to feel when browsing sites with a laptop with trackpad where important actionable or informative items are pinned right in the footer which is like 10 galaxies away from the header and main content. Those sites should warn about getting a scroll wheel..
Who writes an article without sub headings or in this case, the "ways" to lock zoom down. Why would everyone read the whole damn thing?
Thanks, Boris! Same Zoom Meeting ID tomorrow?
@fribbledom it's almost like they could use a vpn and a mumble server to accomplish the exact same thing without relying on nonfree software that hasn't been audited
I will be switching from an Nvidia GPU to an Amd GPU this year.
Nvidias proprietary driver is just lacking. Especially when it comes to Vulkan stuff.
One Example is DOOM Eternal (a demanding Vulkan game) running through Proton:
Nvidias GTX 1080Ti get's beaten by an Amd RX580 6GB:
- AMD RX580 scores 60-100FPS at high settings.
- Nvidia GTX 1080Ti is pushing out 20-40 FPS at medium settings!
The RX580 usually performs similar to a GTX 1660 or 1070.
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi/issues/403 has anyone fixed this? 2 years since the issue, i still see this issue. if only some were kind enough to help them fix this..
that blissful moment when you watch something in fullscreen on an i3 wm workspace and you open a small popup dialog box )such as a save file dialog) and you have just no way to get to it because it's behind the full screen window...you can't evven restore the full screen window to normal size because the dialog box behind won't leave the focus.
what is the unintuitive hack that you have to do? use Super+shift+(empty workspace number) to move the fullscreen window to an empty workspace.
Personal desk area. Manjaro KDE on desktop and laptop. Kenwood2000 Ham radio
DMR handhelds MD380/Anytone 868
Hamclock Rpi3 w/ 7" touchscreen
Several HDDs and SSDs
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