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Canvas has ended! 🎨 - final canvas

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While I am refactoring the code to new features from Bevy 0.14, my wife continues making models.

I think Bevy can look attractive. However, I am still not fully satisfied with my lighting configuration and will come back to it later.

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Crowdstrike (sh.itjust.works)
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  • Make installation and updates easy & quiet by adding “Yes (Silent)” button. (Fix #8514)
  • Add new options ‘/closeRunningNpp’ & ‘/runNppAfterSilentInstall’ in the installer. (Implement #15230, implement #15280)
  • Fix crash of “Next Search Result” command on the empty search result. (Fix #15247)
  • Fix the regression where the Find dialog size is not remembered across sessions. (Fix #15294)
  • Fix the regression of content lost by using Encoding “Convert to…” commands. (Fix #15324, #15271, #3054, possibly #9426)
  • Fix the regression of exception/crash on Windows Server Core 2022. (Fix #15313)
  • Prevent DirectWrite from being enabled under Windows Server. (commit)
  • Enhance the quality of Fluent toolbar icon sets for different DPI settings. (Fix #15253)
  • Improve the look & feel of tabbar close button in dark mode. (Fix #15321, implement #15326)
  • Improve the dark mode tab bar icon in the search results panel. (Implement #15286)
  • Add ability to pre-populate the predefined color sets for custom tones. (Fix #15055)
  • Add “Show All Character” popup menu on toolbar button. (Fix #14832)
  • Fix the rectangular selection copy-paste bug. (Fix #15139, #15151)
  • Allow opening shortcut files (*.lnk) directly if the file extension is changed. (Fix #9643, #11089, #10139)
  • Fix the lost panels issue. (Fix #13084)
  • Add Backspace unindent option. (Fix #15180)
  • Fix CSS more indentation bug. (Fix #14962)
  • Include F13-F24 keys in Shortcut Mapper. (Fix #11975)
  • Fix the problem where the last empty clean untitled tab cannot be closed after renaming. (Fix #15306)
  • Add plugin a command (NPPM_SETUNTITLEDNAME) to rename untitled tab. (Fix #8916)
  • Display a message box with information about disabled backward regex searching. (Fix #15239)
  • Fix the display glitch for unsaved tabs containing tab characters. (Fix #15202)
  • Fix status bar and tab bar flicker during the GUI updated (fixed only for dark mode). (Fix #15260)
  • Fix the issue with “Begin/End Select” command after deletion. (Fix #15221)
  • Resolve the integer overflow problem in the Column Editor. (Fix #15167)
  • Adjust the position of hits text in the File Progress dialog. (Fix #13426, #15244)
  • Fix the deployment of other software blocked due to NppShell. (Fix #62)
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Features

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  • Save videos for later
  • Filter out #shorts
  • Custom playback speed per channel
  • (pre-select) chapters
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It‘s free & open source

I‘m not extremely experienced, so any kind of feedback (especially code related) is very welcome :)

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Seeing the crowdstrike solution reminded me of the old memes

Go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\CrowdStrike

Locate and delete file matching "C-00000291*.sys"

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Googling (programming.dev)
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Projects, Scripts, and Modules

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  • A PowerShell Form Generator
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Books, Media, and Learning Resources

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Community

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Events

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Hardware issue (lemmy.world)
submitted 7 hours ago by [email protected] to c/linux
 
 

Today, i turned on my Mint pc and it wouldn't let me type in a passpowrd. Even the mouse was not reacting.

So i rebooted, got a massive text wall that mentioned something about not syncing

When i rebooted again, it wouldn't start up only a few rotations with the fans and then it restarts and repeats this loop

I assume that this is a hardware issue but what should i be looking into and how do i make the recovery as smooth as possible?

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Activate Bluetooth (programming.dev)
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cross-posted from: https://programming.dev/post/17013197

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2024-07-15 Emacs news (sachachua.com)
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