I honestly can't get enough of soft rock. It's so cheesy but honestly.
I mean, Pass *is* usable, I'm just really bad at using it.
can not be changed after setting them once, making my multi-account management in rmail kinda "meh".
Sent a bug report, but I might be able to hack around enough in sendmail.el to see why it does that.
It's just a string variable, after all!
I just want things to work :blobcatcry:
Although I'll admit, the symbolic icon pack sure *looks* modern. I wouldn't mind a "Symbolic Colour" set, but I mean, I never contribute to the project, so I won't complain.
Alright. Going back to the "Colour" icon pack for #gimp
Too much time has been spent going "Uuuuuhhhhhh", trying to find the right tool when they're all the same tone & colour.
I've been using #Org mode to organize my cooking recipes for the past few months.
My laptop only has a *bit* of flour in it. Also I'll post the orgfile online when it has a decent amount of content in it!
The structure of the tags suggest it, honestly. It tends to promote <summary> and <link>, but putting an entire article requires some finagling (in my experience).
Mirrage is the one client I didn't try yet, haha!
Honestly I just started writing my own with fltk so that people with low-end hardware will at least have one option!
But we'll see how far I make it with that.
... Kinda feel dumb...
So, it looks to me like feeds are only supposed to contain a *summary* of the article, and a link to the full version online?
I sort of just hack around so that my entire article gets slapped into your reader, but I'm just starting to realize that that's probably not how it's intended to work...
No. In fact I'm on Linux Mint. It could just be the server I use, too (one of my accounts is on hackerspaces.be, which might be just a *bit* far from me, physically).
One thing I wouldn't mind is support for multiple accounts (which NeoChat looks like it has, so at least Matrix clients are progressing a *bit*!)
Aw yeeeeeah! Hard to hack when I'm grooving so hard, but I can definitely see the potential
Not to insult the devs or anything. It's just an early release and there's bound to be some bugs.
Also I kinda have a thing against matrix because no client I ever used worked on my computer.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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