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PumaStoleMyBluff @lemmy.world
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Andrew just wants to open his files on Windows 10
  • How did his user account lose permissions to a folder of pictures?

    He didn't "discover owner" by opening any permission settings. He is simply asserting that he is the owner of the pictures he took, in a non-technical sense.

  • Andrew just wants to open his files on Windows 10
  • The fact that Andrew might have to run this at all means Windows (or possibly the manufacturer of his camera) has fucked up. He should not need to learn about this to use his files. Obviously he shouldn't have permissions to system files but that's clearly not what he actually wants.

  • Elden Ring's developers know most players use guides, but still try to cater to those who go in blind: 'If they can't do it, then there's some room for improvement on our behalf'
  • The graces pointed me up the gulch to the north, after first pointing to the encounter with what's-her-name. They did not at any time point at the map fragment. It wasn't big and glowing, it was quite tiny when I finally went back to investigate.

    Maybe something they've changed with patches 🤷🏻

    Also it's "marked" on the unrevealed map, but unless you know what the mark means, it doesn't look anything like a map.

  • Elden Ring's developers know most players use guides, but still try to cater to those who go in blind: 'If they can't do it, then there's some room for improvement on our behalf'
  • Tangentially related, I played over 30 hours of Elden Ring before learning there were Map Fragments. The first one I found was way up north. I just assumed the world map was supposed to be dogshit.

    I wasn't happy for having gotten through without them, I was honestly just kinda pissed that they didn't do some minimal nudging towards the first one.

  • Developer posts secret key on GitHub, loses $40K in 2 minutes
  • Instead of just adding whole changed files, it starts an interactive mode where it shows every hunk of diffs one by one, and asks you to input yes or no for each change. Very helpful for doing your own mini code review or sanity check before you even commit.

  • EFF "cover your tracks" browser privacy test
  • Be aware that any sites using HTML5 Canvas will probably be broken now. It breaks some other niche things too that may not be obviously related, so just keep that in mind if any site starts acting up.

  • What vegetables and fruits do you wish were commonly available in the US?
  • I have a 6 foot by 6 foot patch of rhubarb in Wisconsin that's completely gone to seed because I don't have enough freezer space to keep any more of it. It makes a great simple syrup for cocktails and of course classics like crumble and pie.