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Do you use VS Code?
  • Not the OP, but I switched to helix, because I always wanted to learn something vim-like, and helix is just perfect for that. It’s simple, working great without any configuration, and has nice keybindings.

  • Do you use VS Code?
  • Not the OP, but I switched to helix, because I always wanted to learn something vim-like, and helix is just perfect for that. It's simple, working great without any configuration, and has nice keybindings.

  • About plans to put ads on bg3.wiki

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    Release 24.07 · helix-editor/helix
  • I just updated, thanks for sharing the news!

    BTW, I wonder why there is no information about this release here: https://helix-editor.com/news/.

  • What life hack is so simple yet so effective, you're shocked more people don't know about it?
  • your brain and body are predictable

    Now that implies a lot

  • Andrew just wants to open his files on Windows 10

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-10-why-dont-i-have-permission-to-open-my/6f33e814-3cc6-4ce6-993c-dffcf1bb5b75

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    Btw, I don't use Arch
  • I don't like Anduril either, but what's wrong with taking their money and using it for good purpose?

  • Flatpak haters seem to believe that if an app isn't on their distro's repos, it's the developers' fault.
  • Exactly. And even if one doesn't know how to package it, they can just open a request issue.

  • [css-only] I made a thing
  • Nice thing

  • Can I share my Signal username publicly?

    I'd put it on my website, which contains my real name anyway, but Signal says that I should only share it with people I trust. Also, the link (signal.me/...) contains long base64 string with unknown content. What do you think?

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    Anon thinks about Google

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    Anon dislikes reddit
  • FYI: Not only polish ancestry. The suffix -ski (feminine: -ska), has been restricted to the nobility.

  • I'm getting old
  • There is a difference between well-written female characters that also happen to be strong vs hollow, soulless, undeveloped charachters whose only defining feature is being a "strong female character".

    See the difference beetween Ellen Ripley, Sarah Connor, Leia, Padme, Rita Vrataski, Gamora, Nebula, Naomi Nagata[1], and so on vs Galadriel (rings of power), Capitan Marvel, Ironhearth (MCU), She-hulk and whatever happened in Star Wars Acolyte (I could go on like this for a long time, but I think that you get what I mean already).

    [1] I even included modern examples, to highlight that it's not old good, new bad

  • App development
  • Thanks for explanation.

    high jacked by sexist dudes who see “taking the red pill” as waking up to (perceived) social injustice against men

    l just never seen it in this context.

  • App development
  • redpill?

  • Anon dislikes reddit
  • What a hypocrite. You're talking about trust and saying things like this?!

    E

  • Anon criticise Google

    Sorry for bad image quality

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    Anon visits gamestop

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    Anon dislikes reddit

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    What's the greatest invention of 21st century, in your opinion?
  • The first successful transfection of designed mRNA packaged within a liposomal nanoparticle into a cell was published in 1989. "Naked" (or unprotected) lab-made mRNA was injected a year later into the muscle of mice.

    But on the other hand, first human test was in 2001

  • What's the greatest invention of 21st century, in your opinion?
  • Yeah, I was thinking about it and then asked here. It seems like most of nice stuff was invented in the 19st century, and in the past 24 years we just improve it.

  • What's the greatest invention of 21st century, in your opinion?

    By greatest invention I mean something that had big and positive influence.

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    Flathub has passed 2 billion downloads
  • Still not as good as native package

  • COMEFROM
  • Looks like C# 12 interceptors:

    [InterceptsLocation(@"C:\testapp\Program.cs", line: 4, column: 5)]
    

    I know it looks awful, but it's not intended for direct use, but rather for source generators for native ahead of time compilation.

    https://andrewlock.net/exploring-the-dotnet-8-preview-changing-method-calls-with-interceptors/

  • The EU are voting on Chat Control this Wednesday 19th June
  • It doesn't make a big difference. You are going to send emails to Gmail most of the time anyway.

  • frame.work Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing

    We’re excited to share a preview of a Framework Laptop 13 Mainboard with a new CPU architecture.

    Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing
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    frame.work Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing

    We’re excited to share a preview of a Framework Laptop 13 Mainboard with a new CPU architecture.

    Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing
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    frame.work Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing

    We’re excited to share a preview of a Framework Laptop 13 Mainboard with a new CPU architecture.

    Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing
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    frame.work Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing

    We’re excited to share a preview of a Framework Laptop 13 Mainboard with a new CPU architecture.

    Introducing a new RISC-V Mainboard from DeepComputing
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    Anon makes fun of @ebassi

    Edit: I forgot to add context: Emmanuele Bassi (@ebassi) (pejoratively called here ebussy) is one of GNOME developers, known for removing "unnecessary" features.

    !screenshot from gitlab featuring ebassi

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    Anon makes fun of @ebassi

    Context: Emmanuele Bassi (@ebassi) (pejoratively called here ebussi) is one of GNOME developers, known for removing "unnecessary" features.

    !screenshot from gitlab featuring ebassi

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    determinate.systems Nix as a WebAssembly build tool

    Making Wasm's potential portability a reality

    Nix as a WebAssembly build tool
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    determinate.systems Nix as a WebAssembly build tool

    Making Wasm's potential portability a reality

    Nix as a WebAssembly build tool
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    BudgetAudiophile @lemmy.world starman @programming.dev

    Sony WH-CH720N

    Hello guys.

    What do you think of Sony WH-CH720N headphones? I can get them for $82. Is there anything better for this price?

    Things I want to have:

    1. Good ANC
    2. Bluetooth and wired connection
    3. Comfort of wearing them for, let's say 2 hours

    Thanks in advance.

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    Zero-JavaScript View Transitions in Astro

    astro.build Zero-JavaScript View Transitions | Astro

    Part one of our series on The Future of Astro. Browser-native page transitions are now possible with zero JavaScript required.

    Zero-JavaScript View Transitions | Astro

    This is really cool, however I still wait for Firefox to support it.

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    Zero-JavaScript View Transitions in Astro

    astro.build Zero-JavaScript View Transitions | Astro

    Part one of our series on The Future of Astro. Browser-native page transitions are now possible with zero JavaScript required.

    Zero-JavaScript View Transitions | Astro

    This is really cool, however I still wait for Firefox to support it.

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    interestingasfuck @lemmy.world starman @programming.dev

    The Time I Built an Remote Operated Vehicle to Solve Missing Person Cases

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