Oooh! Our long national nightmare of Safari tabs not looking like tabs may be over:
@shom I'm reading through your blog now and see that you're also into darktable and somewhat video editing.
A bit late but I do have a dirty #ffmpeg script that cuts and combines (and compresses) videos. As well, I like using openshot if I have lots of cutting/attaching to do.
As for #darktable I've been using it since I got my camera, so no real experience with lightroom. It's an awesome program. I use it for all my raw files.
#git advice please?
in my .git folder, there are trash files, sync-conflict created by #syncthing . Usually I delete these in other directories and move on. Will deleting these files inside .git mess git (and my remote repo) somehow?
Also: I want to create a local copy of my repo. The idea is to have one for my live site, one for experimental site. Is there a way to do this locally without copying the files I want &leaving the git ones out? I want 2 different repos on local and on the remote.
"You have won the release of her soul," the God of Death said. "I will give her a hale body, clothes and provisions. Where should I say she can find you, should she wish to?"
"What? She must come with me."
"I did this for her!"
"That was your choice. Her choices are hers."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
What is art's supposed to do, and why instagram is not for for art as far as I'm concerned...?
hope you don't mind I'm tagging you here @jackbaty , I "found" your account as I was writing this :)
Apple's new #safari is bad enough even Daring Fireballs is yelling at it (https://daringfireball.net/2021/10/the_tragedy_of_safari_15_quote_unquote_tabs).
But don't worry, there's a fix! For only $2 you can install this Safari extension (https://apps.apple.com/app/activetab/id1588852241?mt=12).
the UI just sucks. Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucks.
Good time to try #firefox ?
Here's to a productive, nice day you all.
things for me to look into in no particular order:
- fix connection between pixelfed and mastodon (pixelfed links shows old account settings)
- write more about the emacs mac experience
- update darktable on the laptop for upcoming trip
- see about creating a function for org-id that creates IDs from date, not just a random string (might require some time)
I thought the transition from Emacs on Linux to Emacs on macOS would be smooth sailing. Well, not so much.
Here's part one:
Techies of #linux some advice/direction with permissions:
I want to #darktable to organize my photos. For this, it needs to access my files on my synology.
#ssh connection: fine.
sshfs connection: fine, can mount.
Darktable still complains about access on the mounted folder. It also complains about access on my other internal hard drive (mounted in my fstab, no issues otherwise).
I'm thinking the user Darktable runs as doesn't have access? but top shows me as the user.
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