Mei Personal houd me scho wieder afgweckt, hmmmm....
My butler woke me up... again... hmmmm...
I've been running firefox as my main browser for years, but I've always kept chromium around for a handful of semi-trusted sites where I knew ahead of time the "block all the scripts" setup I have in firefox would cause trouble and I didn't want to bother adding to the whitelist.
well, as of yesterday morning, chromium has been crashing on launch 100% of the time, so I think that's the nudge I finally needed to dump it completely.
Helge Horch had a version of the font that could be loaded into Squeak. No idea whether it loads in Pharo.
I really like the upright italic face available on #Smalltalk-76 and the #Xerox #Alto seen here mostly in the class browser. It looks like it’s called Cream, but I can’t find much about it on the Web.
Screenshot by user ‘SUMIM.ST’ on Wikimedia Commons used without endorsement via CC-BY-SA-4.0 (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Smalltalk-76.png).
Many websites already support TLS 1.3 (including our blog). TLS 1.3 is currently the most secure TLS version.
You can check all websites you frequently visit by (temporarily) switching to TLS 1.3 only:
– Chrome/Chromium: Set "--ssl-version-min=tls1.3" in chromium-flags.conf
– Firefox: Go to about:config in FF and switch "security.tls.version.min" to 4.
Feel free to reply to this post to list other websites with support for TLS 1.3. 🙂
I tried to .Net Core and then I reported some issues. One of them is not fixed yet. (link: https://github.com/dotnet/cli/issues/10582)
So I postpone using .Net Core.