Does anyone versed in gvim know where I'm supposed to put color schemes if I want them under my home folder instead of under the program directory? Everything I read online suggests $HOME/_vim/colors (underscore instead of dot on windows) but nothing happened when I put the color scheme there. I wound up having to put it directly in $VIMRUNTIME/colors for it to work, and that bothers me.
The heroes in my DnD group accidentally jumped forward in time 7 years. In that internal, a lich took over the continent. I'm planning out all the bad stuff that has happened to the world, and it's truly heartbreaking to have to hurt all these characters the party met over two (real life) years of playing.
I decided to take a stab at cleaning up a bash script at work, cleaning up a ton of code duplication, etc. And I guess it's *better* now in that you only have to make changes in one place, but something about it isn't sitting right with me. You can't just say "what is the script doing in this situation?" and jump to that case block anymore, you have to read through the whole thing. I don't like it.
I feel like an idiot for asking this, but:
I've been messing around with making simple electronics projects w/ perfboard and microcontrollers. I'd like to move on to getting stuff mounted in a project enclosure.
Unfortunately, I can't for the life of me figure out how to find the exact right spots to cut holes in the enclosure for things like buttons, LEDs, and the power adapter.
Do I need to measure the location of my components on the board and then map that out on the surface of the box?
Middleware admin. Artist, programmer, occasional game dev. DMing D&D5e and Dungeon World. Playing FFXIV. Learning Japanese and Toki Pona. Maybe gray ace. Fat. He/him.
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