@lee4hmz the very last time I saw a switch box with no neutral was in a house built in 1972. It also had aluminum branch wiring, and there had been a fire because of that.
At least the worst I have to deal with in this house electric wise is those stupid back-wired receptacles (and also "multi-branch" circuits)
@gudenau hedge fund bet that a company would fail using shares that had already been used to bet against the company
Reddit's action is the stock market equivalent to forcing the hedge fund to use something after it has been free()'d
and wow, unlike Fedilab, the notification disappears when I tap through it!
@unlofl that's probably part of the reason they "pivoted" to "PC Card" for the later Cardbus ones ;o)
I very much miss Subway. It's like finding a well-worn pair of shoes and feeling whole again.
@erinzer04 ohh.. that's probably because the software that last used that input (or some other software) fiddled with the levels without warning
@erinzer04 also, the input you want may not appear unless you're "recording" a thing, so there's that pitfall as well
@erinzer04 you've probably already been around this block, but have you tried looking at your inputs in pavucontrol? (In a GUI, this shows up as "PulseAudio Volume Control")
I've had similar problems, except with outputs, where pulse thinks my Blue Yeti mic is a great default output. I had to use pavucontrol to tell it which output to use.
@bclindner yes! Hats off to the non-glamorous work they've done, while "gamers" complain that "Valve haven't made any new games" and are "living off the Steam gravy train".
Turns out that "making things better" is a rather long-term position, and it'll pay off.
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