Also something about the function I just added to my code that seems pretty straightforward to me caused my USB port to unmount itself and I'm not even sure wtf even.
I've been given an arduino project to play with at work- It's a lot of fun, but coming from a primarily Python background, I keep forgetting you have to declare variable types in C family languages and it's driving me crazy.
In Boston you can easily find yourself paying $1300 for a room in a 3 bedroom house with a bunch of strangers, but then you also have to live in Boston.
"The cost of living in paradise does not prove cheap. The average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Honolulu comes in at $1,231"
Bostonians: *laughing and crying at the same time*
Did you know that the phrase "balls to the wall" isn't at all sexual? It actually refers to old steam engines.
It appears as though Opera's auto-updates are what keeps breaking the code signature. Something broken on their end?
I have a bunch of friends from Twitter joining Mastodon tonight so I made a quick guide to how the site works. Making it public so anyone can see/boost it if it's helpful. If you have any questions feel free to ask!
My actual dayjob is now playing with a 3D array of pixels- Life is pretty good.
If somehow you're also having problems with a Mitsubishi MRCH1 wall mounted wireless control unit for your mini-split, the extra secret menu opens when you hold "up" and "fan" for a few seconds. You have to find config option 136 and toggle its value from "1" to "0".
Now you too can set a temperature for more than 3 hours at a time.
I can't believe it's 2018 and I have to know any of this.
That option is in a separate secret options menu, more secret than the regular secret options menu. But I found it, and now I actually have control over the temperature in this room again.
For the record I'm staring at a PDF of the manual (because this is how I party at 2am on a Friday morning), and it tells me to do what I need to do I need to switch to residential mode, and then has no instruction for doing so.
Nevermind, I don't even need it. I need a different video that covers how to switch the unit from commercial (its default mode??) to residential so I can finally just set a damn temperature and leave it.
Yassssss It's taken 12 hours and a /lot/ of reading, but I finally got my own mastodon instance running.
Getting paid to technomance in the comfort of my own home today
The end of a long day.
Are there any Moviepy experts here on Mastodon? It's currently a major bottleneck in a thing I'm working on and I have questions.
Desperately torn between going for a drive, starting a new Unity project, making some music, or finally finishing BOTW